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David Holmes

  1. In Honor of Tumblr and the Guardian, We Made Some GIFs of History's Most Memorable Debate Moments

    In a major step in the Internet's inexorable march toward "peak GIF," Tumblr and the Guardian have teamed up some of the Web's most prolific GIF artists to "live-GIF" the presidential debates. That got us thinking: what would some of the most memorable moments in debate history look like when GIF-ified?

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  2. PandoHouse Rock -- "The Patent Song"

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  3. Friday Fifteen -- September 28, 2012

    Welcome to the Friday Fifteen: 15 GIFs, images, videos, and links that tell the story of the week that was. This week's biggest news involved self-driving cars, an apology from Apple, and a Blackberry promo video too bad for words...

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  4. Want a Spiffy New RebelMouse Page? Let Paul Berry Know, and He'll Build One For You

    When you meet someone new, a professional contact, a prospective employer, or even a new friend who's just not ready to see your nature on Facebook, which website do you send them to? You could give them your Twitter page, but that only provides a snapshot of what you're doing, sharing, and talking about right now. You could send them to your personal blog but, honestly, when was the last time you updated that? I'm sure your thoughts on the Lost finale were mind-blowing and elegantly-stated, but that's old news, pal.

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  5. One Million Tweets Can't Be Wrong: How the NFL Failed a Major Social Media Test

    With over one million Tweets generated by a chain of events that lasted less than ten seconds, you don't have to be a fan of "sport" to know that something really off happened during last night's Packers-Seahawks Monday Night Football matchup.

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  6. How Facebook Got Pummeled Over a Fake Privacy Scandal

    Earlier today, Techcrunch wrote a post with the headline, "Facebook Users Report Seeing Old Private Messages Showing Up On Timelines As ‘Posted By Friends.’" (The story and headline have since been updated.) The story sourced three French newspapers that reported the same thing was happening across the pond. While TechCrunch's Colleen Taylor didn't confirm the reports outright, she did write, "Anecdotally, this appears to be true, at least for me — I am currently seeing what appear to have been private messages on friends’ Timelines. My own Timeline also now is showing pre-2009 direct messages. Not all users, however, are seeing the bug."

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  7. Friday Fifteen -- September 21, 2012

    Welcome to the fourth installment of the Friday Fifteen: 15 GIFs, images, videos, and links that tell the story of the week that was. This week, Sarah Lacy interviewed Buzzfeed's Jonah Peretti (resulting in a temporary Buzzfeedification of our site) while Twitter and Apple each received lukewarm responses to product updates.

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  8. Here Are The 13 Most-Viewed Buzzfeed Posts Ever (And Its 13 Best-Reported Posts Too)

    If you've been watching PandoDaily's homepage or Twitter feed over the past 24 hours, you'll know that our fearless leader Sarah Lacy interviewed Buzzfeed CEO/co-founder Jonah Peretti last night as part of our Pando Monthly event series. Earlier today, we took a page from the Buzzmaster General's viral handbook and put together the 21 best nuggets of wisdom from last night's chat, accompanied by the requisite cat pics, image macros, and at least one handless celebrity.

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