Between Baby Yoda, LOLCats, Rickrolling, and Doge, it sometimes seems like a different language.
If you spend any amount of time on social media, places like Facebook and Reddit, you've seen your share of memes.
And if you see them enough, you've probably noticed patterns to how they're made, images that get used more than others, even a language associated with them.
If you're mystified by any of this like I am, Rachel Eichen is here to fill us in on the history and usage of memes. She also discusses how you can use memes in your training, and not just any memes, but the RIGHT memes.