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Alex Tew

My homepage has not earned nearly as many dollars as his. Go »

Allie Brosh

The praise for her drawings in Microsoft Paint has been hyperbolic. Go »

Alyssa Bereznak

When you go on a blind date and the magic's just not there, it's probably a bad idea to geek-shame him online. Go »

Andrew Sullivan

This new Republican believes the revolution will be... gooed? Go »

Andy Milonakis

The older you get, the easier it is to feel like a kid again. Go »

Ben Huh

im in ur goo game, makin u gess Go »

Biz Stone

@GOOplayers it's appropriate that his name is an abbreviation of business #thisgoo Go »

Blake Ross

The world wide web is new again thanks to this fiery young fox. Go »

Caterina Fake

Your only flicker of hope with this goo may be to guess on a hunch. Go »

Charlie Davies-Carr

This English kid doesn't want you to point out the answer to your friends, because he may just bite down instead of using a Micro Machines car to run you over. OOOOOOUUUUUUCCCCCHHHHHH!!!!!!!! Go »

Charlie Todd

Fans of his brand of mass improvisational comedy are everywhere. Go »

Chris Crocker

Leave this goo alone! He's a human! All you players want is more more more more more! Go »

Chris Hardwick

He's a nerd advocate, judging from the name of his podcast, but he also enjoys talking about The Walking Dead on TV. Go »

Col Needham

Every form of entertainment has fans that obsess over the details, but none like this. Go »

Cory Doctorow

The bouncing blog is not a science-fiction invention. Go »

Craig Newmark

Back when the Internet was the newest thing, he proved it could communicate all kinds of information, such as, well, lists. Go »

danah boyd

This social media expert knows how teenagers use the Internet, but not how to capitalize. Go »

David DeVore

Is this game real? Is this round going to be forever? Go »

Elise Andrew

This Facebook user has an obscene interest in empirical knowledge. Go »

Elwood Edwards

This voice actor is a man of few words, but he's spoken to both Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan. Go »

Felicia Day

A codex of gaming references might help you understand a webisode the popular web series starring this Buffy the Vampire Slayer actor. Go »

Flying Spaghetti Monster

Kansas students hungry for knowledge might soon be learning about this sacrilicious deity. Ramen! Go »

Fred

For hyperactive 6-year-olds, by hyperactive 15-year-olds. Go »

Harry Knowles

It wasn't cool to make your butt numb from watching so many movies until this critic hit the Internet. Go »

Heather Armstrong

You won't get fired for playing the goo game. Go »

James Karl Buck

Not just any twit can get out of prison. Go »

Jeeves

Ask the butler where to find celebrity+goo+game. Go »

Jeff Bezos

Probably the only thing you can't buy at his online A-to-Z store is the answer to this goo. Go »

Jen Yates

Did you think this game was going to be a cakewalk? Go »

Jenny Lawson

She would probably like to pretend that some of her more embarrassing blog posts never happened. Go »

Jerry Yang

Someone took this yahoo seriously enough to buy the firm, and he bought the farm by taking yahoo seriously. Go »

Jessica Hagy

Comedy is hard to diagram, especially in a 3" by 5" space. Go »

Jimmy Wales

His Wikipedia page, like everyone else's, would not have been possible without him. Go »

Julie Powell

Following in a child's footsteps can lead you to a book deal. Go »

Kim Dotcom

Information wants to be free, and so does this copyright-infringing mega-entrepreneur. Go »

Kozo

The thong industry has never been so rocked by poor PR. Go »

Larry Page

Other tech startups have taken a page from his playbook after he co-founded the massively successful Google. Go »

Lil Bub

This might be the first YouTube star to have their entire genome sequenced. Go »

Luvvie Ajayi

She has done an awesome job of judging the Internet for over a decade. Go »

Maggie Goldenberger

Ehrmahgerd! Mah fravrit cehrlerberty gehr! Go »

Mark Frauenfelder

When Billy Idol wanted to go cyberpunk, he consulted this editor of Wired and Boing Boing. Go »

Mark Zuckerberg

Someday, this inventor's goo might appear in a book of famous faces. Go »

Mark Zuckerberg

Is it good luck to be born during an eclipse? It was for this social media CEO, one of the five richest people on Earth. Go »

Markos Moulitsas

gives the left a voice every day Go »

Maru

Some YouTube stars really throw themselves into their work. Go »

Matthew Inman

His surreally-drawn commentary on life makes for good reading over breakfast. Go »

Michelle Malkin

You could call this xenophobic journalist as crazy as Dr. Demento for making television appearances. Go »

moot

rendering the Internet meaningless Go »

Perez Hilton

Who better to become a celebrity goo than a celebrity gossip? Go »

Peter Thiel

The money that he got through PayPal helped a wrestler defeat an online tabloid, and helped a real-estate mogul win the White House. Go »

PewDiePie

Playing video games can indeed make you a millionaire. Go »

Randall Munroe

This comic artist sticks to what he knows: Computers, math, and science. Go »

Ricky Van Veen

his sense of humor is best appreciated if you're still in school Go »

Robert Scoble

big blogger for a tiny company Go »

Samuel Halpern

You're guessing celebrities? Who gives a shit? ... Son, nobody's going to give you a prize for knowing who Dennis Hopper is. Even your mother knows that. ... You think it's me? Well, it sure isn't you. You have to do something with your life to be famous. Go »

Sanmay Ved

He earned six thousand six dollars and thirteen cents for owning one of the world's most famous domain names for one minute. Go »

Shane Dawson

Anybody can complain on YouTube about how uncool it is to take a selfie. It takes more effort to write a book about hating yours. Go »

Strong Bad

Be careful if you're typing your guess with boxing gloves on. Go »

Tay Zonday

While guessing this goo, you move away from the keyboard to breathe in. Go »

Thomas Kyte

Ask this guy a question, and he'll predict the future. Go »

Tim Edwards

Even MacGyver couldn't do this much with a sharpie, some cardboard, and a website. Go »

Tucker Max

This writer takes kissing and telling to the limit. Go »

Vani Hari

Getting Subway to stop using the "yoga mat chemical" in their bread and Kraft to stop using artificial dyes in their macaroni & cheese does not require you to have a medical degree, if you have hundreds of thousands of followers who sign your petitions. Go »

Wil Wheaton

He wasn't a starship pilot, but he blogs about playing one on TV. Go »

Zach Weiner

Like Matthew Inman, he writes and draws a webcomic named for breakfast cereal, but his is best read on Saturday mornings. Go »

Zeev Suraski

This Israeli programmer (and his company) might be last in the alphabet, but he's foremost among those working to make PHP the leading language of the World Wide Web. Go »