If you spend any time on social media sites or anywhere on the internet, you will have encountered “click bait”. Click bait is the internet slang term for online media or news content with sensationalist headlines. The CBC radio show “As it happens” did a short interview with Laura Seay, a Texas assistant professor who hit on an idea: “what if she wrote her syllabus in the style of click-bait internet headlines?” Her #clickbaitsyllabus went viral.
The cartoon was taken with permission from www.lefthandedtoons.com. The cartoons are drawn with the left-hand although both website cartoonists are right-handed. There are over 1,500 different cartoons at this website.
I am a chemist by profession and I have been making YouTube videos of my dogs as long as I've had them in my life. Some videos have become more popular than others, but nothing to the extent of our chemistry video.