Look at the hand-sketched wireframe above from Viget Labs. I find it so much more compelling than the computer-generated wireframe below. The sketch has an energy that can't be replicated by a computer program.
Yes, I'm old school. I don't believe that a computer is always the better option.
A Fast Company article reveals what makes some Internet stories go viral, including some of the science behind it. In a nutshell:
Recent research suggests that emotions hold the secret to viral web content. Articles, posts, or videos that evoke positive emotions have greater viral potential than something that evokes negative feelings, but both do a better job recruiting clicks than neutral content.
Nick Santonastasso has one arm, no legs and an awesome sense of humor. Examples here.
Recently the teen was recruited by Walking Dead TV show to help remind viewers the zombie series resumes February 10th. And to scare the crap out of actor Norm Reedus who plays Daryl Dixon on the show.