Video: Online Culture of User Comments (LOL, pwnage, nsfw, etc)

A must-see, hilarious and naughty video reflecting the online culture of commenting. From Amazon to Digg to Slashdot, a lot of times user comments do end up being more interesting than the original post. If you are a regular on a really (really) popular blog, you’d typically see these in the comments (as enacted in the videos)…
– “First posts”
– *spoiler alerts*
– ~~ LOLcats ~~
– # grammer nazis #
– Digg-ers / Slashdotters
– [ Wikipedian eggheads ]
– @#%$-ing offensive flamers
– PWNages, n00bs, artards
– hot girls making out (I wish)
– too late: you can’t edit your comment
– and finally, impossible captcha codes

What you see above is from College Humor’s Commenter Business Meeting 2 (NSFW). If you like it, also check out Commenter Business Meeting 1 (the prequel). [via Gizmodo]

4 thoughts on “Video: Online Culture of User Comments (LOL, pwnage, nsfw, etc)

  1. Fabulous fun there!! Makes you wonder if all this new social networking technologies do really make us more effective communicators, with the gazillion different ways of saying hi.

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