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  1. We Had a Baby Rank the Top 6 Best Pomplamoose Videos to Celebrate Their New Album Season 2

    Jeez. Everyone's a critic.

    Pomplamoose is a YouTube band with millions of views comprised of the incredibly talented musicians Nataly Dawn and Jack Conte. They just released their new album Pomplamoose Season 2 this week, and to celebrate I thought I'd share some of their best videos as ranked by The Mary Sue's newest music critic, my one-year-old daughter Amelia.

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  2. The Doubleclicks Explain Growing Up…With Dinosaurs!

    Dinosaurs are just really big chickens, after all.

    The Doubleclicks released a new song using dinosaurs to explain that growing up doesn't mean having to act like it.

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  3. Ladies of YouTube: Kate Wetherhead’s Pulling Back the Broadway Curtain with Heart and Humor

    "You root for her, and you want to punch her a little."

    As a platform, YouTube has opened up new opportunities for filmmakers, writers, pop culture critics, and other creative talents to share their work with the world. In this new series Ladies of YouTube, I sit down with writers, camera women, and prominent personalities to discuss their work as well as the advantages and disadvantages of YouTube culture.

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  4. Suck, Squeeze, Bang, and Blow With Baratunde Thurston in GE’s Master Class Webseries

    We're talking about science. Why? What did you think we meant? ...oooooohhhh

    Comedian Baratunde Thurston is a really smart guy -- philosophy degree from Harvard, Director's Fellow for MIT's Media Lab, best-selling author -- but as far as we know jet engine physics aren't really his field. That's why he went to GE's Global Research Center to learn about sucking, squeezing, banging, and blowing... for science.

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  5. Were the Rugrats All Dead? YouTube Channel “Cartoon Conspiracy” Investigates

    Today in Depressing

    What, you don't remember this conspiracy/urban legend about Nickelodeon's Rugrats? You said you were how old? Nevermind. Go away. Watch the rest of Cartoon Conspiracy here. Are you following The Mary Sue on Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, & Google +?

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  6. Teens React to a 90s Internet Instructional Video, Make Fun of 90s Kids Before Saying Dumb Stuff Themselves

    Surf's up, kids! Let's check out this series of tubes!

    If you're old enough to the remember the early days of the World Wide Web early Internet-speak in old videos full of nostalgia. If you're under 20, it's apparently complete gibberish that needs ridiculing. That's what we learned in the latest Fine Brothers video, Teens React to 90s Internet.

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  7. Ladies of YouTube: Nika Harper, Mighty Pen, Mightier Swords

    Interview

    As a platform, YouTube has opened up new opportunities for filmmakers, writers, pop culture critics, and other creative talents to share their work with the world. For female creators, YouTube and internet culture has often been a double-edged sword, allowing them to bypass the usual gatekeepers but often exposing them to hateful feedback online and even harassment in real life. In this new series Ladies of YouTube, I sit down with writers, camera women, and prominent personalities to discuss their work as well as the advantages and disadvantages of YouTube culture. As a YouTube personality, Nika Harper is, in a word, unique. Her shows for Geek & Sundry range from recreating video game weaponry in Arcade Arms to imagining stories in story-less video games in Story Mode and creative writing advice in Wordplay. She took a break from her writing (and taking a bar mace to the chest) to talk about Geek & Sundry and finding her voice as a writer and vlogger.

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  8. Ladies Of YouTube: Hannah Hart on Booze, Books, and Being Happy (With Gifs!)

    Interview

    As a platform, YouTube has opened up new opportunities for filmmakers, writers, pop culture critics, and other creative talents to share their work with the world. For female creators, YouTube and internet culture has often been a double-edged sword, allowing them to bypass the usual gatekeepers but often exposing them to hateful feedback online and even harassment in real life. In this new series Ladies of YouTube, I sit down with writers, camera women, and prominent personalities to discuss their work as well as the advantages and disadvantages of YouTube culture. With over a million subscribers, Hannah Hart is one of YouTube’s most recognizable (and adorable!) faces. In the past year, she has traveled the world and visited the White House to meet with President Obama, and this August, her new book My Drunk Kitchen: A Guide to Eating, Drinking, and Going with Your Gut will be available in bookstores across the country. She took a break in the midst of her recent travels in London to chat with The Mary Sue about meeting the President and her love of books and booze.

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  9. Ladies of YouTube: Nostalgia Chick Lindsay Ellis Talks New Media

    Interview

    As a platform, YouTube has opened up new opportunities for filmmakers, writers, pop culture critics, and other creative talents to share their work with the world. For female creators, YouTube and internet culture has often been a double-edged sword, allowing them to bypass the usual gatekeepers but often exposing them to hateful feedback online and even harassment in real life. In this new series Ladies of YouTube, I sit down with writers, camera women, and prominent personalities to discuss their work as well as the advantages and disadvantages of YouTube culture. Lindsay Ellis is most well-known online as the Nostalgia Chick, and her reviews of film, TV, and even junk food of her childhood have earned thousands of fans. In recent years, her videos have branched out to more experimental projects like 50 Shades of Green, a web series that in its first season asked its viewers to help Lindsay and her co-host Antonella “Nella” Inserra in developing their own romance novel. Recently, Lindsay sat down with The Mary Sue to share her thoughts on the rise in production quality on YouTube, the entitled attitude of internet commenters, and her deep, abiding love for Cabaret (and the great Alan Cumming).

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  10. This Tiny Hamster Eating a Tiny Pizza Proves the “Tiny Hamster Eats Tiny _____ = Adorable” Formula Works

    Quick! We need more tiny food!

    HelloDenizen's "Tiny Hamster Eating Tiny Burritos" video was a big hit on the Internet last week, and rightfully so. It's adorable. So, as it turns out, is feeding a tiny hamster tiny hamster pizza, as proven by April's Animals. It's not as cute since the hamster doesn't stuff the whole thing in its little face, but still. Adorable.

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