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The Top 25 Greatest Internet Memes of 2010

2010 was a huge year for internet virality in general, from Conan O'Brien to Wikileaks, but the funniest parts of it all were the memes. This was an amazing year for memes. From Sad Keanu, to endless auto-tune remixes, to people making fun of the real-life events of human beings in peril (or going insane) or even just harmless image memes that made all of us smile, here are the 25 greatest internet memes of 2010, how they started, what they mean (what does it mean?) and why they're so funny.

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Church Bells To Doorbells: 8 Churches Turned Into Homes

Churches are some of society’s most stylistically beautiful buildings. A large amount of building design comes down to functionality and affordability, so churches, built for a spiritual purpose rather than a materialistic one, tend to include elements that highlight beauty and detail. When these churches grow old, or are purchased, they can then be renovated into amazing houses that uniquely introduce religious elements into a pedestrian environment. Willis Greenhalgh Architects, known better as WG Architects, transformed this Brisbane church into a gorgeous home full of light. Built in 1867, this is a heritage site, and thus required a very delicate renovation. The unique elements of an old style church were maintained, while contemporary elements were introduced to bring the church house “up to speed.”

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10 Celebrity Sex Tapes That Should Have Made Millions

Ah the celebrity sex tape. Right now it seems that if you’ve never had a sex tape, you’ve never been famous. The speculation of celebrities with sex tapes reads like a who’s who of famous fornicators and the trend doesn’t seem to be stopping any time soon. So today I give you a list of what some of the most notable tapes should have made and why.

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Powerhouse Ideas: 10 Futuristic Clean Power Concepts

Producing power used to be so simple when it seemed like fossil fuel would last forever. But since we’ve wised up and realized that finding and developing viable alternatives is a rather urgent priority, amazing concepts have abounded. From wind power to foot power and from the predictable to the slightly insane, these 10 concepts could one day power our world.

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77 Last Meals Before Execution

The last meal is a customary part of a condemned prisoner's last day. Often, the day of or before the appointed time of execution, the prisoner receives a last meal and religious rites, if they desire. In the United States, inmates generally may not ask for an alcoholic drink. Other countries have different traditions, such as the "little glass of rum" granted to the condemned in historical France in the minutes before execution; but no formal last meal as they were told of the impending executions only on the fatal morning, generally minutes before the actual event. In many countries the prisoner may, within reason, select what the last meal will be and the authorities do their best to satisfy the request.

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9 Apps To Make You Super Productive on Windows, Mac and Linux

You may think you’ve reached the peak possible productivity on Windows, Mac and Linux, but if you haven’t tried this collection of timesavers, it’s time to think again. We found software that will help you type less, enhance your efficiency, help you find a needle in a haystack, keep track of the world and probably even help you sleep better. Many of these apps are cross-platform for Windows, Mac or Linux — and best of all, most are free.

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7 Antiquated Illness Names and Their Meanings

Throughout the ages, people have hung some pretty weird names on what’s ailed them. While many diseases took their monikers from a primitive understanding of the human body and the burgeoning scientific practice of using Latin and Greek nomenclature as the basis of medicine, others emerged colloquially as, more or less, the symptoms the affliction presented. Here are a few of the stranger ones, and how we know them today.

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6 Creepy Jobs and What They Pay

In the spirit of Halloween, we’ve compiled a list of some of the spookiest jobs around. The workers in these careers deal with things that would make the typical office worker shudder, from corpses to dead animals and all the darkness in between. “The jobs on this list are not for the faint of heart, but if you find one that aligns with your personality and skill set, you can be successful and earn pay that is relatively high compared to other jobs with similar educational requirements,” says Katie Bardaro, lead analyst at online salary database PayScale.com. So as you consider the frightening things these workers deal with on a daily basis, be thankful that the scariest thing you may face in the course of your workday may be whatever’s fermenting in the office fridge.

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5 Apps That Drove the App Store's Success

"App" has been a computing term for a lot longer than five years. But, on July 10, 2008, it began its journey to becoming a household word. That's when Apple, a year after launching the iPhone, introduced its App Store to the world. The online marketplace launched with 500 apps, mostly for established Web companies such as Facebook, eBay and Yelp. Today, it has more than 850,000. And, a couple of months ago, it passed a mind-boggling threshold, marking the 50 billionth app to be downloaded. Apple can no longer claim proprietary ownership of apps, those mini-programs that continue to push the boundaries of what a mobile phone can do. Google launched its own app store, now called Play, less than a year after Apple. Today, it's on a path toward surpassing Apple's number of downloads.

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27 Dating Tips for Frugal Men

Frugal dating sounds like a sure way to not get a second date. But what do you do when you’ve met someone you’d like to know better and your budget doesn’t stretch as far as it used to? To be sure, dating in a strangled economy is a challenge. You want to make a good impression, and coming off like a cheapskate is not going to accomplish that. It’s not all that different when you’re in a long-term relationship. Just because you’re an established couple doesn’t mean you get to put dating on hold until the recession ends. That just won’t fly.

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