For an additional $5 million, the LOLcat empire can now continue its expansion onto phones, microsites, and more.
The new API will help developers build a share-to-Cheezburger button in content creation apps ... and help Cheezburger publish more silly cat pictures to a wider audience.
If you could bottle the essential startup advice of some of the best founders and VCs in the world, what would it look like? Pretty much like this.
Fifty-plus sites, 375 million page views a month, 4.5 million contributors, and $30 million in venture capital: Ben Huh's Cheezburger Network has come a long ways from one little cat cartoon site, I Can Haz Cheezburger.
Who cares about good design or bad design, Ben Huh of the wildly successful Cheezburger network of comedy sites said today at GROW 2012. According to Huh, you don't need great design to have a successful design. "We have one of the worst-looking sites on the planet," Huh admitted.
Cheezburger Network is planning a major shift in how it grows and adds new sites and categories. The humor network is building functionality that will allow the massive Cheezburger community to create its own sub-sites and communities based on emergent crowdsourced categories.
Essentially, the web's comedy community is giving the keys of the kingdom to its users.
Domain and hosting site Go Daddy just announced that it no longer supports the recently proposed Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA).
The statement (pasted below) comes after the intense backlash Go Daddy received yesterday from customers and Internet critics after …
Cats. The iPhone haz them.
The Cheezburger Network, a group of websites highlighting silly picture, has launched its first iPhone application, porting thousands of ridiculous photos from its array of sites onto the iPhone’s 3.5-inch screen.
The application lets iPhone …