It used to be that we sat around wondering whatever happened to child stars or one-hit wonders. These days, we wonder about celebrity webizens and what happened beyond their 15 minutes of viral fame. Susan Boyle we know about. But what about that Numa Numa dude? And David, the little drugged-up dental patient? Now the good people at Business Insider have provided the answers. Numa guy, a.k.a. Gary Brolsma, left, is involved in something called the Numa Network (natch), which is described as sort of a CollegeHumor clone. It cranks up on Friday, so check it out. As for the incoherent David (don't get moms going over this, please!), his dad, David DeVore, told Business Insider that the family made $150,000 from the Flip video, most of it from YouTube revenue. They gave $7,000 to their church and to charity, he said, and 9-year-old David, right, is living a normal life and even recently attended football camp in Tampa Bay. Want to find out about other Web celebs? Go to businessinsider.com and search "David after dentist."