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THE TINY REVOLUTION:

THE RHETORICAL POWER OF INTERNET MEMES

Have you seen the overweight cat with the blank stare asking, “I can has cheezburger?” Has Willy Wonka patronizingly said, “Please tell me more”? Did you see the determined toddler enthusiastically fist-pumping his latest success? If so, you are familiar with the world of Internet memes, those photos, images, hashtags, or videos that spread virus-like, via the Internet. Memes have become a part of our lives and their growing presence and rhetorical effectiveness has the power to influence our world. To continue reading, please click Memes: The Tiny Revolution.

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