"The antisocial has become social" -- Kobe Bryant.
Nothing too revolutionary here, but a very interesting take on how the internet has made us laugh a bit differently--how comedians have had to adjust to the changing ways, and how the medium has created new methods and content opportunities for people to *try* and be funny. From twitter to podcasts to sketch videos, this is an examination of how we've been trying to adapt to this new frontier. The new wild west of comedy isn't always pretty (we all know that for every funny facebook status update there are at least 15 unequivocally infuriating ones), but this is the world we live in.
In other news, internet comedy is also great for people's egos.
[H/T: The Atlantic]