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JibJab (2004) It had been a long time since a genuine Internet phenomenon hit the e-waves, but the 2004 election was a fat target, and JibJab hit the bull's-eye. The site actually started in 1999, but it didn't reach phenom status until its parody of Woody Guthrie's song, "This Land Is Your Land," as performed by fantastically funny George W. Bush and John Kerry caricatures. One lawsuit (won by JibJab), millions of crosslinks, multiple news appearances, and at least two successful follow-ups later, and it's clear that Web fads won't be going away, as long as we still have the Web.

[1] — This Web site's Flash animation "This Land" became wildly popular for its satirizing of the 2004 Presidential Election


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