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Internet anomalies produce data and images beyond any authorship or source. They seem to compute and display the depths and potentials of the net "as such." Explanations and theories surround and attempt to account for anomalies, from ARGs to NSA recruiting tools. Examining three such anomalous YouTube channels, this essay does not propose a solution but rather maintains the anomalous as the constituent aesthetic and community of the net.doi:10.3390/h6010010 fatcat:vervylobwjgb3jd6bzzftlzw6i