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 Early
 Golden age
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 Impact Text)
 MORE MEMES
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 Golden Age memes use specific
 photos which have specific
 memetic "translations of
 Late
 Golden age
 (Just Photo, Impact
 Text)
 Transitional
 meme
 (Photo from tumblr,
 instagram, twitter or
 facebook, with an
 accompanying text,
 often added just for
 emphasis)
 At the transitional stage,
 memes here include "reactions"
 that encourage the reader into
 what it means or how it is
 1'm sure this means something, but don ask me what
 dog
 When you show your mom a pic on
 your phone and she starts swiping
 Silver Age
 meme
 When Back to School commercials start
 coming on but you're not a teacher or a
 kid so you don't give a shit
 (photo with text in
 arial-design is
 reminiscent of a twitter
 post)
 At this age, the photo is the
 supplement rather than the
 defining characteristic. The
 text, rather than the photo,
 provides meaning.
 UBER
 eats
 New Age
 meme
 (Photos only, very little
 text)
 At this age, the meme no
 longer requires text for
 definitive suppliment. The
 meaning is expressed by
 memetic definition and
 The photos are
 self-explanatoriy and the
 meaning is expressed by
 multiple connected frames.
 Text, if used, gives context
 only
 Are you smart? Spelit
 Late Stage
 meme
 (nuked memes, deep
 fried memes, surreal
 memes
 These are not meant to pass
 on memetic meaning, but
 instead are entirely based on
 absurd and contextual humor
 They are often not made to
 communicate thought.
 No
 only be
 on
 ou
 ust
I am currently studying memes academically. I thought you might enjoy the current proposed ages of internet memes by PonyToast
MORE MEMES

I am currently studying memes academically. I thought you might enjoy the current proposed ages of internet memes by PonyToast MORE MEMES

Amazon, Apparently, and Bae: bryce @BryceRoy22 Alexa, you're doing amazing sweetie. FOX 4 NEWS@FOX4 Police: Alexa calls cops on man beating girlfriend dlvr.it/PTrbXO naamahdarling: bae-in-maine: wantshimsorely: kittleimp: iopele: chrisdigay: A.I. is coming in more sympathetic than some people…it’s 2017 according to Amazon, the Echo (Alexa) CANNOT actually do this unless the woman set it up beforehand–just like you can put in a phone number so it’ll dial it when you say “Alexa, call mom” or whatever. the woman apparently programmed it to dial 911 when she said “Alexa, call 911″ (which the woman is heard saying on the 911 recording). so why am I nitpicking about such a tiny distinction? because Alexa WILL NOT call for help unless you’ve set it up this way first! this woman was REALLY smart to do that, because otherwise the Echo thing would’ve done nothing. don’t think your Echo will respond to “call 911″ or “call the cops/ambulance/fire department” unless you’ve set it up with the numbers first, and certainly don’t think it’ll hear sounds of a struggle and call for help without a direct command. otherwise think of how many false reports it would make just from overhearing TV and movies being on!  so instead of this being shared as “Amazon’s AI is going to hear that you’re in trouble and will call for help by itself!” this story should really be shared as “hey if you have one of these things, set it up to respond to a voice command CALL 911 before you’re in that kind of situation!” Also, for those in abusive situations, consider setting it up so you don’t have to say 911 to get it to call 911. You could program it so “call nina” calls 911. Sharing for the clarification and tip needing to pre-program Alexa beforehand. You could program it to “call nina,” “get help,” or some more obscure safeword command. Brilliant thinking on this woman’s part; a pity she was in such a situation she needed to do that. BOOSTING! Also boosting so that people won’t worry about accidentally having 911 called on them by their spybot and getting shot by police.
Amazon, Apparently, and Bae: bryce
 @BryceRoy22
 Alexa, you're doing amazing sweetie.
 FOX 4 NEWS@FOX4
 Police: Alexa calls cops on man beating
 girlfriend dlvr.it/PTrbXO
naamahdarling:

bae-in-maine:

wantshimsorely:

kittleimp:

iopele:

chrisdigay:
A.I. is coming in more sympathetic than some people…it’s 2017
according to Amazon, the Echo (Alexa) CANNOT actually do this unless the woman set it up beforehand–just like you can put in a phone number so it’ll dial it when you say “Alexa, call mom” or whatever. the woman apparently programmed it to dial 911 when she said “Alexa, call 911″ (which the woman is heard saying on the 911 recording). so why am I nitpicking about such a tiny distinction?
because Alexa WILL NOT call for help unless you’ve set it up this way first!
this woman was REALLY smart to do that, because otherwise the Echo thing would’ve done nothing. don’t think your Echo will respond to “call 911″ or “call the cops/ambulance/fire department” unless you’ve set it up with the numbers first, and certainly don’t think it’ll hear sounds of a struggle and call for help without a direct command. otherwise think of how many false reports it would make just from overhearing TV and movies being on! 
so instead of this being shared as “Amazon’s AI is going to hear that you’re in trouble and will call for help by itself!” this story should really be shared as “hey if you have one of these things, set it up to respond to a voice command CALL 911 before you’re in that kind of situation!”


Also, for those in abusive situations, consider setting it up so you don’t have to say 911 to get it to call 911. You could program it so “call nina” calls 911.


Sharing for the clarification and tip needing to pre-program Alexa beforehand. You could program it to “call nina,” “get help,” or some more obscure safeword command. 
Brilliant thinking on this woman’s part; a pity she was in such a situation she needed to do that.


BOOSTING!

Also boosting so that people won’t worry about accidentally having 911 called on them by their spybot and getting shot by police.

naamahdarling: bae-in-maine: wantshimsorely: kittleimp: iopele: chrisdigay: A.I. is coming in more sympathetic than some people…it’s 20...

Target, Tumblr, and Blog: h-smart: I feel like this is the realest most exposing moment of the 21st century
Target, Tumblr, and Blog: h-smart:

I feel like this is the realest most exposing moment of the 21st century

h-smart: I feel like this is the realest most exposing moment of the 21st century