The Scourge of Tumblrinas and Ideological Feebleness

They’re not the totality of early Tumblr graduates, but their influence on online public discourse is hard-to-miss.

Courtesy of Flickr by Peter Kaminski. Licensed under CC BY 2.0.

Think about the most obnoxious group on the internet and you’d be hard-pressed to come up with a better answer than Tumblrinas–rivaled only by channers in negative affect, the reason…

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A. Khaled

A. Khaled

Internet culture scribe with an interest in the digital economy, content creators, media and politics.

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