Tasty News: Mark Vigeant’s INTERNET EXPLORERS 11.22 at Caveat Plus NEW Video Series!

Tasty News: Mark Vigeant’s INTERNET EXPLORERS 11.22 at Caveat Plus NEW Video Series!
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We’ve got a spicy dollop of news to drop on you today. Your interweb guru and comedy inhaler MARK VIGEANT will is bringing you more than just extreme grins and mismatched socks this month. In addition to another installment of that monthly webMr. Robot deep dive known as INTERNET EXPLORERS, Mark has unleashed a new VIDEO SERIES that chronicles his summer journey being “Extremely on YouTube.” OK, now let’s get back to that Caveat show. November 22nd Internet Explorers traverses that social media open conversation or hellscape known as Twitter. You know, the one where everybody gets along and exchanges ideas in a thoughtful, non-judgmental, loving manner. Mark will demystify the Twitter-verse with the aid of guests Nathan Allebach (manages Steak-Umm Twitter account, @steak_umm) and Ryan Broderick (Senior Reporter, BuzzFeed News, @BuzzFeedNews) and more! Look forward to their highly informative and relevant “state of the union” address on the social media giant, as well as more Twitter-centric hijinks. Did we mention the show will now take place Friday nights for the rest of the year? W00t!

Now back to that sweet video series. You are about to watch PART ONE of the series where Mark gives his undying attention to a new channel on Youtube, revealing the vulnerable side of an artist in the throws of his art. In other words, what do people REALLY want to find on that behemoth of an time suck known as YouTube? (Just remember, Mark, cats will always own the internet. ALWAYS! Now bow down before the kitty army before it’s too late!) Enjoy Extremely on YouTube!

Mentions: Doors 6:30 PM, show 7:00 PM. Tickets $10 in advance, $12 at the door. 21+. Also available, a special fundraiser ticket for WhyHunger (presented by Rob Barnett Media) that will provide $20 donation to the charity. More deets here. You can catch the event simultaneously on the Web for free on Mark’s live-streaming Twitch channel. IE image by Anil Sang-Urai.

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