A lot more people, proportionally, dislike this video than Gangnam Style.
Google just released its 2012 Zeitgeist, its annual collection of trending search topics across the globe.
The result is a fascinating insight into not just what people are searching for, but why. And what, specifically, they want to know about a person, event, or concept.
The Biebs may want to brush up on his dance moves. In just four months, Korean pop star Psy has outdanced the teen heartthrob to the top of YouTube’s charts.
If there’s one way we’d like to send you off into your weekend, it’s with a little Star Trek love. The send-off is even better when it’s the 25th anniversary of The Next Generation and someone sings a full Klingon version of Gangnam Style.
Many have tried, but Deadpool does it best.
How long does it take to become a major Internet sensation? Many say “overnight,” but in the case of Gangnam Style, two months of YouTube hits, parody videos, and fan re-dos made one band and their “horsey-dance” more relevant to pop culture than Call Me Maybe.