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Video: Reddit user Stupot McDoodle made clever software that could turn any GIF into a flip book by turning the frames of a GIF into easy-to-put-together squares that could be printed on paper. It's a fun project — I mean, turning a bit of the internet into a physical object is weird and silly, but what's even more fun is to turn that video of him flipping through the flip book of a GIF he made into a brand new GIF... so he could turn into another flip book.

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Video: Los Angeles is a pretty easy city to stereotype. You're stuck in eternal traffic on the 405 while wolfing down a burger from In-N-Out. Or you're sipping green juice at a cafe next to an actor from that one movie. Or you're listening to someone discuss their screenplay. Or you're at the beach.

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Our eyes got fat in 2015. With all kinds of yummy GIFs and daring food porn and meals that looked so good we considered eating our laptops and monitors in hopes of tasting the visual deliciousness, it was a hunger inducing year for eyeballs. Here are some of the best food GIFs we made in 2015.

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Those wonderful looping animations we call GIFs are an unlikely story of survival in an age when digital formats come and go like the wind. The lure of the decades-old GIF format has caused people to ignore its flaws, but those looking to bring the format into modern times might just be inadvertently drowning its very soul.

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Making short GIFs of YouTube videos is a pretty well-established practice now — so much so that there's dozens of websites dedicated to this finest of art forms. But YouTube might be about to make them all obsolete, thanks to a new built-in GIF maker.