best only known as the breakout star of Apple's 2002 "Switch" campaign, has made the Editor's list of the Top 10 Web fads to date.
CNET says: "It's possible that Apple's 'switcher' campaign would have become a cult hit (or at least, a target of parody) all on its own. But we like to think that Ellen Feiss pretty much made the whole thing. In a short-lived commercial (Apple yanked it after too much attention and speculation), 15-year-old Feiss told a sad tale of stoner-sounding woe about a PC eating her paper and having to rewrite it. 'It was kind of,' she declared in red-eyed dismay, 'a bummer.' Oh, how we laughed. Oh, how we still do. "
Ellen comes in at number 7, just 3 slots ahead of (or is it behind?) the Dancing Baby (#4). The coveted # 1 spot is occupied by everyone's favorite rodent: Hamsterdance.
Be afraid, folks. Be very very afraid.