Alright, assuming most of my readers are prospective MIT students or current MIT students, you've probably heard of XKCD.
If not, XKCD is a webcomic with themes geared towards "geeks" including mathematicians, physicists, and people who just enjoy technology. It's written by a guy named Randall Monroe and has a relatively large cult following. I've written about various XKCD encounters I've had, here and here.
Several weeks ago Randall published this comic:
Last week, lo and behold, a new button appeared near the comment box on YouTube:
That's right, a joke in a comic was implemented a week later on YouTube, making Randall Monroe inadvertently semi-more famous than he already is. I guess you can take two things away from this.
1) If you write a really funny comic about something you may incite change on one of the internet's most famous and popular websites.
2) Always audio preview your comments so you don't sound stupid.