A decade of Internet superstars: where are they now?

Whatever happened to the Evolution of Dance guy or that kid who loved Britney Spears so much he cried for her under his sheet? We'll fill you in on what happened to them and other Web celebrities when their 15 minutes of fame ended.

Kent Nichols and Douglas Sarine: "Ask a Ninja"
A ninja with knowledge changed Kent Nichols's and Douglas Sarine's lives forever. The comedy duo's "Ask a Ninja" Web site, in which a ninja answers all sorts of e-mail queries from viewers, took off in 2005. No matter the question, the outfitted ninja always seemed to have an answer related to his singular passion. (You know...ninja-ing.)
Nowadays, the ninja is doing better than ever. The initial buzz may have died down, but Nichols and Sarine have built a full-time business from their zany idea. They've even produced a book that's already available in stores: "The Ninja Handbook." "The book is awesome," Nichols says. "It's a full parody of the 'Boy Scout Manual' and guides the non-ninja along the ninja path to enlightenment."
Be prepared!

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