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This paper examines how speed shapes internet culture. To do so, it analyses 'memetic moments' on Twitter, short-lived and rapidly circulated memes that quickly reach saturation. The paper examines two 'memetic moments' on Twitter in 2018 and 2019 to assess how they develop over time. Each case study comprises a week's worth of relevant tweets that were analysed for temporal patterns. We analyse these 'memetic moments' through Lefebvre's (2004) work on rhythmanalysis, arguing that the temporaldoi:10.33621/jdsr.v4i1.95 fatcat:5nhdkgfvo5fv3osvk23utjs7se