Come explore and celebrate the quirky online communities that make the Internet an interesting and diverse place - especially during a pandemic.
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With the entire music industry forced into quarantine, a once-niche community of gamers suddenly finds itself hosting the only festivals of 2020.
The ancient art of going places you're not supposed to - abandoned buildings, sewer drains, crumbling factories - changes forever with social media.
Want to become an emperor? Why not start your own country from the comfort of your living room! These micronation leaders did exactly that.
Someone has to review weed on YouTube, and the weedtubers are here to sacrifice their lungs for the greater good.
The pandemic forced a lot of work online - including sex work. These cammers open up about the pleasures and perils of getting naked on the internet.
A South Korean livestream phenomena has slowly taken over the internet - eating food on camera. It’s not as simple as it sounds.
D&D is one of the last IRL hobbies left. Can this 70s suburban basement staple adapt to the internet age?
Video games are supposed to be fun. For these gamers, “fun” means navigating the diplomatic relations between Peru and Lebanon in 1949.
With nerd culture dominating the box office, fan conventions have become big business - but a new era of DIY online events are bringing “costume play” back to its roots.
Metal’s mainstream image might be “macho,” but a dedicated queer metal community has emerged to challenge that stereotype, led by a local JUNO-nominated doomy duo.