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.

Noah Kalina: "Everyday" Photos
One guy who still keeps careful records is Noah Kalina. Kalina's face became awfully familiar when he started his "Everyday" project back in the year 2000. He took a photo of himself daily for six years, leading to ample attention and even a parody of his endeavor on "The Simpsons."
The daily photos haven't stopped, but a lot of other things have started. Kalina now works as a professional photographer, snapping shots for such publications as "New York" magazine, "Forbes Life," and "Blender." "I do a mix of work — portraits for some magazines, interiors for others," he says. As for the Everyday exhibit, it's currently traveling around the world — and continuing to grow. The project is now up to eight-and-a-half years' worth of morning mugshots.

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