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  2. Jul 2021
  3. Jun 2021
  4. May 2021
    1. YouTube, which has long given regular video-posters a 55% cut of ad revenue, is developing new features including tips in the form of paid “applause”.
  5. Apr 2021
    1. Yet our investigation revealed that YouTube blocked advertisers’ ability to find social justice content, potentially restricting ad revenue for those YouTubers.

      Check the gif from the Google-Ads blocking #BLM, but not "all lives matter"!

  6. Mar 2021
    1. Ravi outlines some of how he syndicates from his Drupal website to Twitter.

      I particularly appreciated that he's using a sort of taxonomy within Drupal to add some of his particular content to "books" which aggregate related content together. If this were done in an editable outline then it should be easier to aggregate and edit later into an actual book. This would be a cool UI to have within a website for writing and creating.

    1. ReconfigBehSci. (2020, November 11). RT @EpiCOVIDCorps: The COVID Corps YouTube channel is live! Here’s who we are and what we’re about. New videos every Wednesday. Https://t.c… [Tweet]. @SciBeh. https://twitter.com/SciBeh/status/1326848746093752321

    1. Substack’s nice interface and large community made it easy for content to go viral. And that’s what I wanted. I didn’t need to be paid, but I wanted to get some of my weirder ideas in front of a broad audience. What I’m saying is that Substack suckered me in with the promise of growing my readership, and the bait was that they had so many great writers with huge followings. But now I’m left wondering how many of those huge followings were made possible by payouts from Substack. 

      YouTube's model is certainly more mature, but is very similar. Some very high profile creators get paid very well and act as scions for hoi poloi who also think they can replicate the same system and become rich themselves. The incredibly vast majority will never come close.

  7. Feb 2021
    1. [pub_2021] 5 important concepts

      1. Equality == vs. === (primitives, object "mem ref")
      2. Async JS (callbacks, promises, async/await)
      3. Error Handling (try..catch, writing defensive code)
      4. ES6 Syntax (destructuring, spread operator, string interpolation)
      5. Array Methods (map, filter, reduce, sort, some, every)
    1. [2020] Basics of Module Bundlers for web development

      • Provides a number of uses, most commonly used to compile multiple .js files into a single file for browser to load when users visit a website
      • Terms: Code Splitting, Loaders, Plugins, Dev Server
      • Bundlers: Webpack, Rollup, Parcel, Snowpack
      • Snowpack - only rebuilds files that have changed vs. rebuilding the entire project
    1. [2021] "Clubhouse...Twitter and Facebook working on similar figures where users can jump into live conversations...the beginning Social Audio"

    1. Optimize your learning on YouTube.

      Take notes on videos and capture the key takeaways.

      Similar services:

    1. Web Assembly (WASM) is an official W3C standard

      • Running apps on the web with close performance to native apps (i.e. Figma)
      • Compile target for other languages to run on modern Browsers (.wat -> .wasm)
      • Code can also be written using AssemblyScript
  8. Jan 2021
    1. Muzzey had hoped that the advancement of technology might make the process easier over time, that tools like ContentID could streamline things for artists. But he says it hasn’t. “I’ve had to come to terms with the fact that this isn’t a blip: this is the new normal, and it’s getting worse, not better,” he says. “Part of that problem is that people like me don’t realize their stuff is out there or think I’m not famous, so how can it be possible, not realizing that if you have a Soundcloud page, your music has been ripped, put into torrents, probably in a TV show in China somewhere, and that’s just how that world works. You don’t realize it until it’s revealed to you layer by layer.”

      There's an interesting information imbalance that creators have with online content. It's easy for their content to travel around, but it's much harder for them to tell where that content has been.

      It would be interesting if more systems used webmention then text creators could include invisible links as a possible solution for those who are too lazy to reformat or strip them out in content farm manner.

  9. Dec 2020
  10. Oct 2020
    1. YouTube doesn’t give an exact recipe for virality. But in the race to one billion hours, a formula emerged: Outrage equals attention.

      Talk radio has had this formula for years and they've almost had to use it to drive any listenership as people left radio for television and other media.

      I can still remember the different "loudness" level of talk between Bill O'Reilly's primetime show on Fox News and the louder level on his radio show.

    2. A 2015 clip about vaccination from iHealthTube.com, a “natural health” YouTube channel, is one of the videos that now sports a small gray box.

      Does this box appear on the video itself? Apparently not...


      But nothing on the embedded version:

      A screengrab of what this looks like:

    3. When Wojcicki took over, in 2014, YouTube was a third of the way to the goal, she recalled in investor John Doerr’s 2018 book Measure What Matters.“They thought it would break the internet! But it seemed to me that such a clear and measurable objective would energize people, and I cheered them on,” Wojcicki told Doerr. “The billion hours of daily watch time gave our tech people a North Star.” By October, 2016, YouTube hit its goal.

      Obviously they took the easy route. You may need to measure what matters, but getting to that goal by any means necessary or using indefensible shortcuts is the fallacy here. They could have had that North Star, but it's the means they used by which to reach it that were wrong.

      This is another great example of tech ignoring basic ethics to get to a monetary goal. (Another good one is Marc Zuckerberg's "connecting people" mantra when what he should be is "connecting people for good" or "creating positive connections".

    4. The conundrum isn’t just that videos questioning the moon landing or the efficacy of vaccines are on YouTube. The massive “library,” generated by users with little editorial oversight, is bound to have untrue nonsense. Instead, YouTube’s problem is that it allows the nonsense to flourish. And, in some cases, through its powerful artificial intelligence system, it even provides the fuel that lets it spread.#lazy-img-336042387:before{padding-top:66.68334167083543%;}

      This is a great summation of the issue.

  11. Sep 2020
    1. I think a lot of educational Youtube channels aren't that great in actually teaching you anything. What they are great at is sparking the interest and planting the seed for your own work. At least my experience is that actually doing things is how I learn them. Youtube can be a great springboard for that.

      Well said

  12. Aug 2020
  13. Jul 2020
    1. The Fractured Internet: Is It Too Late For Humpty Dumpy? -


      Once upon a time, the Internet operated more or less under the same rules everywhere around the globe. In principle, anyone, anywhere in the world, with access to the World Wide Web, could access the same content in the same way. That is no longer true.

      Internet balkanization, or the "Splinternet," that many warned about for years is now becoming the status quo. Differing rules around the world regarding privacy and hate speech, law enforcement, China's Great Firewall, copyright and other IP protection, and individual countries' particular views on how they should be able to govern the Internet inside their borders means that, as a practical matter, we may no longer have a single Internet, but many Internets operating under different rules, with those connected unable to access certain content available elsewhere.

      ​Fiona Alexander, Distinguished Policy Strategist in Residence, School of International Service, American University

      ​Christopher Martin, Head of Region, Asia and US, Access Partners

      Masahiko Nittono, General Manager and Chief Corporate Representative, NTT Corporation

      ​Shane Tews, Visiting Fellow, American Enterprise Institute

      David Gross (moderator), Partner and Co-Chair, Telecom, Media and Technology Practice, Wiley Rein LLPBold

    1. Splinternet: The World Wide War for the World Wide Web


      Gideon Rose, editor at Foreign Affairs magazine and Peter G. Peterson Chair, discusses the global war being fought for the regulation and future control of the internet. He speaks on "Bloomberg Surveillance."

    1. Internet balkanization: why are we raising borders online?

      Internet balkanization: why are we raising borders online? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pK0Z7nDBnVM

      This paper by Stefan Tanase (Ixia) was presented at VB2018 in Montreal, QC, Canada.

      Internet balkanization: why are we raising borders online?

      Less than three decades after the Berlin Wall collapsed and ended an era of division between the East and the West, the world seems on the brink of making the same mistakes all over again, only this time in cyberspace. Walls and borders not only promote segregation, but have a negative impact on economy, creativity and technology, slowing down progress on every level. Nowadays, walls are not just being raised in the real world, but on the internet as well. Countries want to isolate themselves and shut down the information they are not comfortable with, or the companies they don't want to do business with.

      The 'Great Firewall of China', which blocks access to websites considered dangerous by the Chinese government, is not an isolated phenomenon – it was the domino which set a trend in motion. In the last decades, more and more countries and organizations have taken to following this Internet censorship and digital mass-surveillance trend.

      Many times, the people who are affected are journalists or activists who are just trying to do their job. As surveillance technologies are rapidly becoming more sophisticated and the internet is becoming more fragmented, we are still trying to grasp the real-life consequences of digital balkanization - a double-edged sword which is insufficiently debated.

      Just as doctors on the battelfield have sworn to protect soldiers and civilians no matter which side of the border they are, security researchers do the same in cyber-space – being neutral in the face of threats against security and privacy. Freedom of expression and unrestricted access to the internet should be non-negotiable. They are basic human rights which we all should fight for. It's time to ponder seriously the implications of mass-surveillance, censorship and internet balkanization. We have to decide now what kind of internet we want our kids to use - a free internet, or one in which everything you say or do is monitored? https://hyp.is/o73HEMbmEeqHA69O6yuROA/www.youtube.com/watch?v=pK0Z7nDBnVM

  14. Jun 2020
  15. May 2020
  16. Apr 2020
    1. YouTube Video Builder: İşletmeler İçin Hızlı, Kolay ve Ücretsiz Video Oluşturma Aracı Google gibi büyük şirketlerin koronavirüs salgını devam ederken değişen dijital ortama uyum sağlamaları ve yeni yollar oluşturmaları için işletmelere sağladığı imkanlar devam ediyor. İşletmelerin hızlı ve sorunsuz bir şekilde video oluşturmalarını sağlayan Youtube Video Builder beta sürümüyle artık daha çok işletme için kullanılabilir durumda.
    1. Başarılı Bir Tanıtım Videosunun 5 Özelliği Video reklamların kullanımı, satın almayı %97 ve reklam-marka ilişkisini %139 artırıyor. Daha az teknik terimler kullanarak hazırlayacağınız tanıtım videolarıyla, kitlenizin sizi hatırlamasını ve sattığınız ürünü satın almasını sağlayabilirsiniz. Kimi hedefliyor olursanız olun, başarılı tanıtım videolarının paylaştığı 5 evrensel özellik vardır. Bu blog yazımızda, bu özelliklerin her birini daha ayrıntılı olarak inceledik.
  17. Mar 2020
    1. If other third-party tools guarantee not to use cookies, perhaps by providing specific configuration options, they too can be considered to be exempt from prior blocking. This is the case namely with YouTube, which provides a specific feature to prevent the user from being tracked through cookies.
    1. YouTube will not collect and store info on the users, that are visiting your site, on its server unless they view the video
    1. YouTube’s privacy-enhanced mode basically means they do not store visitor’s information if you have a YouTube video on your website, unless they actually click on the video to view it.
    1. Leg.

      Just kidding. This is an AWESOME video! Very funny and wonderfully simple animation :)

  18. Jan 2020
    1. One of the key critiques of the study is that the researchers didn’t log in. That is to say that they could not experience the full impact of the algorithm as it impacts their findings.

      As Becca Lewis suggests, is the problem associated with methodology? This reminds me of some of the discussions associated with [social media and teens] (https://collect.readwriterespond.com/social-media-has-not-destroyed-a-generation/)

  19. Nov 2019
    1. Dynamic Programming Tutorial with Fibonacci Sequence

      Naive Recursive Approach O(2^n):

      def fib(n):
          if n == 1 or n == 2: // base case
              return 1
              return fib(n-1) + fib(n-2)

      Dynamic Programming Solution O(n):

      def fib(n): // assuming  n > 2
          seq = zeros(n)
          seq[0] = seq[1] = 1
          for i from 2 to (n-1):
              seq[i] = seq[i-1] + seq[i-2]
          return seq[n-1]
    1. BFS looks at each adjacent node and doesn't consider the children of those adjacent nodes. DFS looks at each adjacent node, and looks at all the children of the current adjacent nodes. It again, looks at the children of the next adjacent node (adjacent to the children of the prevoius)

      Difference between BFS (Breadth First Search) & DFS (Depth First Search)

    1. Which Planet is the Closest?

      Thanks to its shortest orbit time, Mercury is the "mostest" closest planet to all the planets that orbits the sun

  20. Oct 2019
  21. Jul 2019
    1. Open ListenOnRepeat.

      ListenOnRepeat web site allows one to loop only a section of a video.

    2. Right-click the video area, or long-press if you're using a touch screen. Select Loop from the menu.

      Loop a YouTube video.

  22. May 2019
    1. “On the ground in Syria,” he continued, “Assad is doing everything he can to make sure the physical evidence [of potential human-rights violations] is destroyed, and the digital evidence, too. The combination of all this—the filters, the machine-learning algorithms, and new laws—will make it harder for us to document what’s happening in closed societies.” That, he fears, is what dictators want.
    2. Google and Facebook break out the numbers in their quarterly transparency reports. YouTube pulled 33 million videos off its network in 2018—roughly 90,000 a day. Of the videos removed after automated systems flagged them, 73 percent were removed so fast that no community members ever saw them. Meanwhile, Facebook removed 15 million pieces of content it deemed “terrorist propaganda” from October 2017 to September 2018. In the third quarter of 2018, machines performed 99.5 percent of Facebook’s “terrorist content” takedowns. Just 0.5 percent of the purged material was reported by users first.Those statistics are deeply troubling to open-source investigators, who complain that the machine-learning tools are black boxes.
    3. “We were collecting, archiving, and geolocating evidence, doing all sorts of verification for the case,” Khatib recalled. “Then one day we noticed that all the videos that we had been going through, all of a sudden, all of them were gone.”It wasn’t a sophisticated hack attack by pro-Assad forces that wiped out their work. It was the ruthlessly efficient work of machine-learning algorithms deployed by social networks, particularly YouTube and Facebook.
  23. Feb 2019
    1. In other words, when YouTube fine-tunes its algorithms, is it trying to end compulsive viewing, or is it merely trying to make people compulsively watch nicer things?

      YouTube's business interests are clearly rewarded by compulsive viewing. If it is even possible to distinguish "nicer" things, YouTube might have to go against its business interests if less-nice things DO lead to more compulsive viewing. Go even deeper, as Rob suggests below, and ask if viewing itself can shape both how (compulsive?) and what (nice or not-nice?) we view?

    1. Algorithms will privilege some forms of ‘knowing’ over others, and the person writing that algorithm is going to get to decide what it means to know… not precisely, like in the former example, but through their values. If they value knowledge that is popular, then knowledge slowly drifts towards knowledge that is popular.

      I'm so glad I read Dave's post after having just read Rob Horning's great post, "The Sea Was Not a Mask", also addressing algorithms and YouTube.

  24. Nov 2018
    1. At the same time, a large share of YouTube users say the site is important for helping them figure out how to do things they haven’t done before. Fully 87% of users say the site is important for this reason, with 51% saying it is very important. And the ability to learn how to do new things is important to users from a wide range of age groups. Roughly half (53%) of users ages 18 to 29 say the site is very important to them for this reason, and that view is shared by 41% of users ages 65 and older. In some cases, users’ responses to these questions show substantial variation based on how frequently they visit the site. Most notably, people who use the site regularly place an especially high level of importance on YouTube for learning about world events. Some 32% of users who visit the site several times a day – and 19% of those who visit once a day – say it is very important for helping them understand things that are happening in the world. That compares with 10% of users who visit less often.

      87% of users say that YouTube is an important outlet for informal learning (51% say it is very important).

    1. One of the reasons why we’re all so addicted to YouTube is because it has nearly perfected the algorithm to get you to watch videos on the platform which didn’t even exist a few minutes ago as well as the ones which its sure you’ll be interested to watch. It surely isn’t a surprise to know that one billion hours of YouTube video content is watched by people all around the world on an average day. At CES 2018, Neil Mohan (Chief Product Officer, YouTube) revealed that 70% of the videos watched by the people are recommendations of YouTube’s advanced algorithm. He also added that these recommendations keep mobile users watching videos for more than 60 minutes at one time, on average.

      5 Tips To Get Your Channel Videos In The YouTube Recommendations Section

  25. Oct 2018
    1. 5/20 一小时理解Bayes统计

      方差、平均值这些统计量的计算,都只能算是【叙述统计】。真正统计的核心在于【推理统计】,推理统计有两个学派:frequentist vs. bayesian (频率统计学派 vs. 贝叶斯学派)。

      bayes 实际解决的是一个【推论 inference --- 我们想知道大自然是什么样子的,于是 collect 很多 data,根据这些data做推断,这就是 Inference】的问题。

      【注意:教授说,预测和推断是有区别的, prediction and inference is different】

      什么是 bayesian statistics?

      different target between bayesian and frequentist

      【注:这里从参数模型parameters model 来考虑】

      • a particular mathematical approach to apply probability to statistical problems.

      • incorporating our prior beliefs and evidence, to produce new posterior beliefs.

      这是bayes学派的思路。而频率学派的思路是:对于模型的某个参数,先得到其【点估计】,然后给出这个点估计的【准确度 confidence?】, bayes 不是得到一个点估计,而是得到一个【distribution】

      bayes 的来源

      \(P(A|B) = \frac{P(B|A)P(A)}{P(B)}\)

      \(P(B|A) = \frac{P(A|B)P(B)}{P(A)}\)

      bayes 来自于 bayes' Rule --- 一个条件概率计算式子。

      顺序:今天下雨,我带伞的概率; 逆序:今天带伞,外面下雨的概率;

      bayesian inference


      • posterior: \(P(\Theta|D)\)
      • likelihood: \(P(D|\Theta)\) ,通过数据可以学习到。
      • prior: \(P(\Theta)\)
      • evidence: \(P(D)\)

      因为 evidence 可以消掉,所以我们经常把 bayesian inference 写作:

      \(P(\Theta|D)\propto P(D|\Theta)P(\Theta)\)

      posterior propto likelihood * prior

      Frequentist vs. Bayesian

      频率学派和贝叶斯学派最大的不同在于,random 来自哪里,前者认为其来自 data,后者认为其来自 parameter

      • Frequentist statistics: the probabilities are the long-run frequency of random events in repeated trials

      一般大学的统计学教学都是 频率学派,杜克大学是个例外,他是bayes学派。MLE 就是典型的频率学派的研究对象。这个学派的特点是得到的是模型参数的【点估计】,它认为在宇宙表象之后有一个【绝对的公理】在支配宇宙万事的运行,它认为 random 来自于 data,比如 linear model 只有两个参数 w and b,\(y = wx+b\),这个 linear model 的 w 和 b 是有两个绝对正确的量的(标准答案)。那为什么我学习or估测的这两个参数的结果会与标准答案不符合呢,是因为我的 data 来自于 random sample。

      亦即:parameter is fixed, data is random.


      • where error come from --- random sample;
      • why get a value not a distribution --- parameter is fixed.

      • Bayesian statistics: preserve and refine uncertainty by adjusting individual beliefs in light of new evidence.

      bayes 学派得到的是模型参数的【分布】,认为这个参数并不是一个 fix 的值,这体现了统计学中 random 这一概念。与频率学派不同的是,bayes学派认为 data 已经在那了,我不可能去改 data 来 fit parameter,所以它认为: data is fixed, parameter is random. 它认为 parameter 不是固定的,而是符合某种分布的。比如 Linear model 的两个参数 w 和 b, bayesian 认为他们【没有绝对正确】的值,所以我寻找他的先验估计,通过 fitting 不同的 data 对其进行 update (ps:怎么看着有点像是 iterative 优化方法)从而得到 posterior, 而 posterior 就是模型对这个参数的估计。

      Frequentist vs. Bayesian 举例 Linear Regression

      Linear Regression model: \(y_i = w_0 + \sum_jw_jx_{ij}=w_0+w^Tx_i\)

      Maximum Likelihood Estimation(MLE):

      • Frequentist approach
      • \(y_i=w^Tx_i+\epsilon,\ where\ \epsilon \sim N(0,\sigma^2)\)
      • choose paramters which maximize the likelihood of data given that paramter
      • \(w_{MLE} = argmin_{w}\sum_i(y_i-w^Tx_i)^2\)
  26. May 2018
    1. Tudo começou como um site de namoro há 13 anos. O que hoje conhecemos como o YouTube surgiu como um espaço para homens e mulheres compartilharem vídeos contando quem eram e o que buscavam no amor. Seus criadores, Steve Chen, Chad Hurley e Jawed Karim, registraram o nome do portal no Dia de São Valentim, o dia dos namorados em diversos países do mundo, em 2005. Em 23 de abril daquele ano, Karim publicou o primeiro vídeo do YouTube, intitulado "Eu no zoológico", um clipe de meros 18 segundos que não era nada romântico. "Bem, estamos aqui, em frente aos elefantes. O legal desses caras é que eles têm trombas muito, muito, muito grandes. Isso é legal. E é basicamente o que tenho a dizer." Não levou muito tempo para que os rapazes vissem que sua ideia havia sido um fracasso. Mas nem tudo estava perdido. Eles se deram conta que tinham em mãos uma plataforma valiosa em uma época em que publicar vídeos caseiros na internet começava a decolar. Nesse momento, o trio resolveu acabar com o lado romântico do negócio e aceitar qualquer tipo de vídeo no portal, explicou Chen há alguns anos em uma conferência no Texas. E isso se provou um grande acerto. Um ano depois, em outubro de 2006, os três fecharam o negócio de suas vidas ao vender o site para o Google por US$ 1,65 bilhão (à época, o equivalente a R$ 3,55 bilhões). Hoje, o YouTube tem mais de 1 bilhão de usuários em 88 países e 76 idiomas, segundo o Google. A chegada ao Vale do Silício Os três cofundadores do YouTube não têm origens em comum, mas seus caminhos se cruzaram ao sair da universidade. Chen nasceu em 1978 em Taiwan. Quando era adolescente, se mudou com a família para os Estados Unidos, onde se formou na Universidade de Illinois. Karim também é imigrante. Nasceu em 1979 na então Alemanha Oriental e chegou com a família aos Estados Unidos no início da década de 1990, onde estudou na mesma universidade de Chen. Hurley nasceu no Estado da Pensilvânia em 1977 e estudou na Universidade de Indiana. O trio se conheceu em 1999 em seu primeiro dia como funcionários do site de pagamentos PayPal no Vale do Silício, na Califórnia. Como engenheiros, Chen ajudou a desenvolver o serviço, enquanto Karim trabalhou no seu sistema antifraudes. Hurley, formado em Belas Artes, colaborou com o desenho da interface de uso do portal. Em 2005, eles criaram a primeira versão do YouTube. Novos negócios Os três continuaram como executivos do YouTube após a venda, mas, com o passar dos anos, saíram da empresa para empreender novamente. Chen e Hurley se uniram em 2011 para fundar a AVOS Systems, uma empresa que ajuda a desenvolver aplicativos para celulares e serviços online. Também se envolveram novamente no mercado de vídeos com dois programas, o Mixbit, que facilita a edição de clipes, e o Wanpai, para compartilhar vídeos curtos. Também estiveram à frente, entre 2011 e 2014, da plataforma Delicious, um dos serviços pioneiros para salvar e gerenciar links, mas que já não existe mais. Chen ainda faz parte da Google Ventures, um braço da Alphabet, a matriz do Google, dedicada a investimentos em novos negócios. Ele já atuou como consultor para diversas companhias, segundo a Bloomberg. Hurley também integrou a Google Ventures, mas deixou a companhia. Atualmente, segue na AVOS como diretor-executivo. Seus negócios se expandiram para a área de esportes, e ele se tornou membro da diretoria da equipe de basquete Golden State Warriors e um dos donos do time de futebol Los Angeles FC. O discreto Jawed Karim Apesar de ser o primeiro rosto que apareceu no YouTube, Karim mantém um perfil bem mais discreto em seus negócios, sem muitas aparições públicas. Depois de participar do conselho do YouTube, ele criou em 2008 sua própria empresa, a Youniversity Ventures, para ajudar universitários a tirar suas ideias de negócios do papel. Atualmente, é conselheiro da TokBox, empresa dona da plataforma de vídeos e mensagens OpenTok. Também é sócio do fundo Sequoia Capital, que teve entre seus clientes o próprio YouTube em 2005 e que já investiu em empresas como Google, Apple, Yahoo!, LinkedIn, Cisco, Airbnb e Atari.
  27. Apr 2018
    1. Remember Justin Bieber? He was a YouTube star and he’s no short of becoming a 21st-century musical legend! Ever heard of PewDiePie? The YouTube Vlogger has more than 3 billion views and has made around $21 million with his YouTube content. BlueXephos, Disney Collector BR, Smosh, Ray William Johnson are some other YouTube Success stories who have made millions with their fresh, original, entertaining YouTube content that found audiences worldwide. YouTube is certainly seductive as a career. Access to a global audience and the alternative of pursuing your interests with creativity. Isn’t that something worth working for! But not every channel has a billion views and there are some cons to YouTube too. But first, let’s take a look at some of the pros of having a YouTube career: It lets you follow your passion Unless you are working for the National Geographic or Discovery, desk jobs are really mundane. Not every graduate or educated professional ends up working for fun lifestyle channels. Not every show producers get the chance of producing interesting shows like Buffy the vampire slayer or Pushing daisies. Some projects never even find success, some scripts go straight to the dustbin. Whether you are a writer, producer, entertainer or director, Youtube gives you the choice of following your own passion, unleashing your creativity. Got an idea? Just write a script, self-produced and broadcast. Youtube career is not just about a steady paycheck. It’s about finding your audience, getting them to resonate with you while you follow your passion. It lets you connect with strangers with shared passions and drives from all over the world. No degrees needed, no minimum age Want to make videos for Youtube? Just get your phone out and start shooting. Want them to look a bit more professional? Get a DSLR and some other YouTube Equipment. You don’t need a lifetime of debt and a snobbish college degree to get a Youtube career. Talent alone is enough. If you know what resonates with your audience, you can start creating video content for your Youtube channel, strategize your posts and start connecting with your audience. The idea is that if you are starting a Youtube Channel, you are your own boss. People online are searching for relevant, entertaining, educating and inspiring information. As long as you can create content that your audience finds powerful and motivating, you can enjoy a youtube career without needing a college degree. You don’t need to be a specific age to start your own channel either. You may want to pursue discretion regarding your channel content depending on your age and your audience’s age. But other than this, anyone, young or adult can start a youtube channel. Youtube has helped a lot of musicians and artists find an audience online and close deals with mega recording companies. No need for a physical office Got a brilliant idea? Want to set up your Youtube channel? Don’t worry. You can start it anywhere, anytime without any specific capital or partners. You can start it from your bedroom or your kitchen with just some decent video shooting stuff and interesting scripts. You don’t have to invite your crew to an office every Monday-Friday and work from your home or even when you are on vacation. You may expand later and set up a physical office but if you want to take a slow, no need to go for the big decision. Just work from home! No Pressure Youtube is sure competitive and it’s hard to make your mark but all you need is conviction and understanding. You need to understand your audience, learn what they search and what topics are most revered. And, there is no pressure. You don’t have to worry about medical leaves or too much paperwork. You don’t need to write case studies on weekends or study top business blogs every Monday morning. Just get started with your scripts and work them whenever you like. As long as you have powerful content that moves your audience, you won’t face any pressure. There are plenty more advantages like Youtube serves as a great portfolio option for videographers and directors who want to keep practicing before making the big career move. So, professionals can post weekly or monthly videos to upload fresh, original content even when working other jobs. Depending on the analytics and success of the videos, channel owners can make the big move to pursuing the channel full time. User-generated content is given preference in the times when even reality shows are scripted. So, there is quite a wide scope for Youtube as a career. However, one just needs to find and cultivate the audience with original, fresh, engaging and entertaining ideas. Now let’s take a look at some of the cons of pursuing YouTube as a career: The cost of producing fine content It’s good to have a million dollar idea but you need funding to propel it forward. Producing Video content on iPhone or Android phones is great and DIY but if you are aiming for the stars, you really need decent gear. Gear alone could cost you a fortune. A studio setup is usually owned by big channels who invest once, upgrade frequently and reap ROI with regular results through consistent series and shows. If you are really keen on producing top quality content, you need costly gear. Hiring talent for your videos may cost you money too. You need to hire scriptwriter/dialogue writers for scripted videos, directors, and director of photography for shooting the content and lighting equipment for well lit indoor videos. Moreover, you need video editing done so that costs too. Consistency Youtube has millions of makeup tutorials, all of which use high end, luxury makeup products. Not many video channels have the capital to invest in the materials needed like makeup or phone for phone review channel. Establishing yourself to qualify for free samples initially may give channels a tough time. Producing videos consistently with the same quality is another challenge as developing the right script may take time. Channel owners may not have sufficient content to go onboard with another video or a follow up in the series. Or the content may not be as powerful as the prequels, losing audience’s interest. It takes time Viral videos are otherworldly. It’s hard to tell if the viral factor is wholly organic in cases of viral videos. Perhaps forces of SEO and other tactics are at work there. But the idea is that it’s hard to get your Youtube channel some takes with organic content. Even if your content is focused on trends, it’s hard to find an audience altogether. 300 hours of videos are uploaded to Youtube every minute. Just imagine the choice YouTubers have! So, it’s really hard to be among the 5 billion videos that are watched every day on YouTube. Cultivating an organic audience of hundreds of thousands of viewers may take time. Ideas get copied Starting a Youtube Channel is easy. What if your idea gets copied and the copied video finds the momentum that you couldn’t? A lot of brands pursue plagiarism cases aggressively but small-time channel owners aren’t able to keep track of the new content so there’s no way of finding out if the idea got copied unless it blew up. Conclusion Youtube is another coin with two sides and the choice really depends on you if you are prepared for the hard work or would like a steady paycheck. It sure takes money to make impressive videos with high quality and there is no shortage of haters and trolls. But you really do need conviction and vision. Are you sure you possess the talent that will make viewers stop and stare? How much faith do you have in your content? Will it set a bar, up the standards and challenge the mainstream and traditional video content? Do you enjoy working late nights, not having a regular paycheck, shooting and editing videos frequently, developing scripts, coordinating with entertainers, broadcasting cutting-edge content? If yes, Youtube is for you.

      Ever heard of PewDiePie? The YouTube Vlogger has more than 3 billion views and has made around $21 million with his YouTube content. BlueXephos, Disney Collector BR, Smosh, Ray William Johnson are some other YouTube Success stories who have made millions with their fresh, original, entertaining YouTube content that found audiences worldwide.

  28. Mar 2018
    1. Complexity Theory - Dynamical Systems Theory

      If we want to make change we should come at a problem from as many different areas as possible.

      We should be wary of the magic bullet. Complexity theory may be seen as post-structuralist or even further?

      This is part of an agency structure debate.

      There are varied factors that contribute to change.

      The connections of neurons are more important than the number of cells are more important for consciousness or the mind. This is a good analogy for why complexity theory is so essential.

      Consciousness emerges when critical mass is reached in a system.

      It's hard to know how much of a factor something can be in a causal system. For example, how much do we cause do we attribute to butterfly wings causing a storm in India.

      What causes change in the education system?

      We need to use words like compounding effects to explain change.

      We need to conceive of change in terms of speed and direction, like a mathematical function.

      We need to be wary of one dimensional change or one kind of initiative. You need to think of multiple factors.

      Effective intervention means intervention from every possible angle.

      We need to pump resources until we have autocatalysis.

      International Journal of Education Development Mark Mason

    1. A majority of Americans use Facebook and YouTube, but young adults are especially heavy users of Snapchat and Instagram

      social media use

  29. Jan 2018
    1. The world of YouTube is not complete without a controversy. This can be about a father forcing his kids to vlog daily and earn monetization money, or a prankster killing himself accidentally just for the sake of a YouTube video. Usually, a successful YouTube video is not a viral story unless it’s part of creative brainstorming which provides something new that their audience never saw. But in this situation, experiences that don’t become content is what Logan Paul is looking for his next video. It’s because, for his latest vlog, Logan Paul uploaded a video showing the body of an apparent suicide victim on YouTube in Japan’s Aokigahara forest which is also known as Japanese Suicide Forest. A video which he deleted afterward and apologized for uploading it, claiming he was trying to raise awareness of suicide.
  30. Dec 2017
    1. How YouTube is saving radio FM stations all over the world Akshay ChandraDecember 4, 2017Video Marketing YouTube is the free platform where an artist can use it to create content, upload music, and even turn the YouTube channels into active radio stations. Although radio stations are bound to be “on-air;” American syndicated radio shows like The Breakfast Club, and Power 106 Los Angeles is changing whole focus. For musicians and artists, these radio stations act as a discovery platform, provides consistent commercial airplay that accompanies significant record sales, and generates public performance royalties for the artist. If people hear a song often enough to get familiar with it, they may like it and want to buy it. And if you get to watch that artists perform in the radio control room; the popularity of the music artist raises significantly. In the 30-page report published by the head of New York University’s Steinhart Music Business Program argues that traditional radio has failed to engage with Generation Z — people born after 1995 — and that its influence and relevance will continue to be subsumed by digital services unless it upgrades. SOURCE – PARADIGM SHIFT: WHY RADIO MUST ADAPT TO THE RISE OF DIGITAL As per the report, it is projected that Generation Z holds an account for 40% of all consumers in the U.S, and are trailing towards YouTube for music discovery by the year 2020. SOURCE – PARADIGM SHIFT: WHY RADIO MUST ADAPT TO THE RISE OF DIGITAL So, if you think that YouTube is helping the renew the interests of today’s youngsters in watching and listing their local radio stations, then here are the top radio FM channels on YouTube for music. BBC Radio 1 BBC Radio 1 is a British radio station operated by the British Broadcasting Corporation which also broadcasts internationally, specializing in modern and current popular music and chart hits throughout the day.  This station’s first broadcast was on 1967, and that means this was the platform that helped many legendary music artists to spread their music.  With more than 1.4 billion viewership, BBC Radio 1 is the top radio FM channels on YouTube. Djvlad DJ Vlad, is an American disc-jockey and executive vice president at Loud.com. His radio interviews are straight and often make many of his guests uncomfortable. His style of asking questions just seems more confrontational than necessary and always want the details behind really mundane talking points. Among privately held radio stations, DjVlad is the most viewed American syndicated radio shows at present with more than 1 billion views. Capital FM Unlike BBC Radio 1, Capital FM is a regional radio station in the greater London area.  Capital doesn’t just play the hits – it makes and breaks them. It was the UK’s first national, commercial, hit music radio station, and today reaches 8.1 million people every single week. HOT 97 WQHT (97.1 FM) – also known as Hot 97 – is the world’s biggest, oldest and most well-known Hip Hop radio stations. This channel was a pioneer on playing Frank Sinatra every Saturday and helped to propagate “Motown songs” like the Beatles, the Beach Boys, Fleetwood Mac, the Eagles, and many more. This radio channel was featured in lyrics of songs by many popular music artists like Jay-Z, Mos Def, Prodigy, and Puff Daddy. Radio Mirchi This is the only radio station that’s on this list of best-viewed radio stations from India on YouTube. For all who don’t know about this channel, Radio Mirchi is a nationwide network of private FM radio stations in India. Currently, Radio Mirchi has a presence in 37 cities and is regarded as India’s Number 1 radio station. Radio Mirchi is one of the top radio FM channels on YouTube in India. Breakfast Club Power 105.1 FM The Breakfast Club is an American syndicated radio show based in New York City hosted by DJ Envy, Angela Yee, and Charlamagne Tha God. Breakfast Club Power 105.1 FM’s YouTube channel is filled with 30 min’s long interviews where they discuss common topics like celebrity gossip (especially in the hip-hop industry), and the long struggle of racism among African American citizens. On Air With Ryan Seacrest We all know Ryan Seacrest from his 15-year stint at American Idol, but after this immensely popular reality show came to an end, he became the host of “On Air With Ryan Seacrest.” This show is one of the most popular American syndicated radio programs and is widely listened among female demographics. TimWestwoodTV He is one of the most respected and noted English DJ and a presenter of radio shows for BBC Radio 1 and BBC Radio 1Xtra for more than 20 years. It’s his YouTube channel where you can see popular hip-hop artists like Eminem, Kid Cudi, Rae Sremmurd, Migos, Snoop Dogg, Will Smith and many others doing freestyle solos when they were just starting their careers. NPR Music NPR Music is a project of National Public Radio, an American privately and publicly funded non-profit membership media organization, that launched in November 2007 to present public radio music programming and original editorial content for music discovery. On its YouTube channel, NPR Music Hosts Tiny Desk Concerts where many indie and mainstream bands perform at the desk of Bob Boilen. In 2011, NPR Music won an Emmy in the category “New Approaches To News & Documentary Programming: Arts, Lifestyle & Culture,” for the “Project Song” video in which Moby and collaborator Kelli Scarr created a song in two days. As of 2017, there are more than 526 Tiny Desk Concerts with an average video viewership of at least 1 million. Power 106 Los Angeles Adding another age-old commercial radio station in this list, Power 106 Los Angeles (A.K.A KPWR 105.9 FM) is a longtime leader in hip-hop music and culture. This channel is popular for fetching young talent from the streets, and also invites novice YouTubers to be a part of their growing popularity.

      YouTube is the free platform where an artist can use it to create content, upload music, and even turn the YouTube channels into active radio stations. Although radio stations are bound to be “on-air;” American syndicated radio shows like The Breakfast Club, and Power 106 Los Angeles is changing whole focus.

  31. Nov 2017
    1. 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Akshay ChandraNovember 22, 2017YouTube Series If you look back 10 years from now, almost every engineering or management student was thorough with western telly soaps like “How I Met Your Mother, FRIENDS, The Walking Dead, Mad Men and Breaking Bad.” Ask them about Indian television soaps and you will be judged on your watching habits and T.V series you like. It was and it is obvious that millions of young Indian millennials don’t have anything to watch on Indian television except watching mother-in-laws who loves overthinking and daughters-in-laws who are classified as typical Indian women from the 19th century. With this age-old scripted clone shows of one another, who needs television right now? If these shows still generate viewership from adults between the age of 30 to 65, what are Indian millennials are watching now? The rise of Netflix in India paved the way for various competitors trying to create content that is inclined towards young adults and millennials of India. Amazon Prime came up with some fresh web series like Inside Edge featuring established actors like Vivek Oberoi. But the one platform that stood out of the competition luring young viewers in India was YouTube. This year, YouTube reported a massive surge in India with 180 million monthly active users on mobile devices alone where handsets account for 80% of total watch time. Since 2011, YouTube has worked with regional studios to help them get a wider distribution. In 2014, content creators from Mumbai including TVF and AIB were making waves on YouTube and gaining traction. We can say that TVF is the pioneer of Indian Web series on YouTube. A large portion of this content was a mix of Hindi and English, which proved to be popular in the metropolitan cities including Mumbai, New Delhi, and Bengaluru. Thus, in order to check the effectivity of these Indian YouTube web series, Vidooly took the responsibility to check the total viewership of every YouTube web series ever uploaded on YouTube platform. After documenting more than 130 + Indian web series playlists on YouTube, here are the most watched Indian web series on YouTube aligned as per their viewership. Channel TitleWeb series Title Viewership BeingIndianMumbai On41,070,790 Shitty Ideas TrendingMen The Real Victims36,864,336 TheViralFeverVideosTVF's Permanent Roommates31,322,645 YFilmsSex Chat with Pappu & Papa30,310,109 VB On The WebTwisted28,082,221 YFilmsBang Baaja Baaraat25,112,907 YFilmsLadies Room24,832,571 VB On The WebMaaya22,193,313 East India ComedyEIC Vs Bollywood21,677,800 TheViralFeverVideosTVF Tripling19,297,772 Purani Dili TalkiesPDT Bewadey18,853,230 Dice MediaLittle Things18,556,856 The TimelinersThe Aam Aadmi Family18,275,268 Purani Dili TalkiesPDT GyANDUpanti18,102,590 YFilmsMan's World17,877,347 NOTE: You have to understand the difference between a sketch and a webseries in India. A web series is a series of scripted or non-scripted videos, generally in episodic form, released on the Internet. Most of the playlist we jotted down have “Webseries” in their title. A sketch, on the other hand, is a short form of video without any continuation. For example, YouTube channels like Filter Copy, BB Ki Vines, and Ashish Chanchlani Vines are the pioneers of the short form of comedy sketches. Also, we avoided the content that was posted on TV first followed by their YouTube channel. Bindas YouTube channel possess. The ranking is based on overall viewership and not average views per episode. HERE ARE THE INSIGHTS The most viewed web series playlist – Mumbai On | YouTube channel – BeingIndian YouTube channel with most web series – TheViralFeverVideos | 12 web series Most disliked Indian YouTube web series – What If | YouTube channel – SnG Comedy Most liked and engaged Indian YouTube webseries – EIC Outrage | YouTube channel – East India Comedy Most watched Indian Web series on YouTube. 2017-11-22T17:32:09+00:00 2017-11-27T17:57:10+00:00 Akshay Chandra People Also ReadBranded content on Webseries – YouTube IndiaIndian web shows in 2016 – Beginning of a new era of entertainment in the countryAnalysis of All TVF Original Web SeriesSacred Games- The First Netflix Original Series from India13 Indian Web Series that you can Binge Watch for Free on YouTubeSex Chat with Pappu & Papa Finale Review + Web Series AnalysisYouTube Red originals – Ghostmates (2016) with T-pain and SmoshWill online video eventually kill TV in India? Comments comments indian web series on youtubeAkshay ChandraContent SpecialistBeing an artist, movie buff and a media enthusiast, content writing is my career train. I am a proud alumni of Symbiosis Institute of Media Communication (Pune) and currently working for Vidooly. 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      If you look back 10 years from now, almost every engineering or management student was thorough with western telly soaps like “How I Met Your Mother, FRIENDS, The Walking Dead, Mad Men and Breaking Bad.” Ask them about Indian television soaps and you will be judged on your watching habits and T.V series you like.

    1. UploadingaVideofromYouTube

      Kaltura does not actual upload YouTube videos. This might be better described as "Embedding YouTube in Kaltura".

  32. Oct 2017
    1. I like the "Stranger Things" AR stickers for the Google Pixel camera.

      I'm glad I can use Hypothes.is for page notes like this, because Google disabled chat for this live stream. (Did you know that in YouTube live streams, chats are destroyed when the event is no longer live? They don't become video comments.)

      I've noticed that if I share this annotation, when the via.hypothes.is link is opened, YouTube gets confused and shows the message: "Your browser does not currently recognize any of the video formats available. Click here to visit our frequently asked questions about HTML5 video.". It includes a link to: https://via.hypothes.is///www.youtube.com/html5

  33. Jul 2017
    1. "You shall not download any Content unless you see a “download” or similar link displayed by YouTube on the Service for that Content.You shall not copy, reproduce, make available online or electronically transmit, publish, adapt, distribute, transmit, broadcast, display, sell, license, or otherwise exploit any Content for any other purposes without the prior written consent of YouTube or the respective licensors of the Content. YouTube and its licensors reserve all rights not expressly granted in and to the Service and the Content."
  34. Mar 2017
    1. Comme toute marque, enfin, les youtubeurs sont tendus entre répétition et innovation : si la première est nécessaire, pour être identifiée sous une catégorie (« humour », « cuisine », « beauté », « jeux vidéo », etc.), elle peut conduire à la lassitude et trahir un manque de créativité.
    2. Elles sont notamment tributaires des conditions d’utilisation de YouTube et de leurs fluctuations. En 2013, la plateforme durcit sa politique juridique : un extrait d’une œuvre (une musique de film, un jeu) intégrée à une vidéo peut faire l’objet d’un retrait par ses ayants droit. Les revenus publicitaires des youtubeurs sont également affectés : ils sont redistribués aux ayants droit éventuels. Comment, dans ces conditions, peuvent vivre des chaînes dédiées au commentaire de jeux vidéo ? Les éditeurs se sont cependant montrés « cléments », conscients de la publicité, du ciblage et de l’éditorialisation gratuite dont ils bénéficiaient.
    3. Cette initiative met implicitement le doigt sur le fonctionnement de YouTube[+] NoteCette partie s’appuie sur un article universitaire : Agnès GAYRAUD et Guillaume HEUGUET, « De l’industrie musicale à la rhétorique du "service". YouTube, une description critique », Communication & Langages, 184, 2015, p. 101-119. [6] : présenté comme un « service », qui se contenterait de donner un espace d’expression aux internautes, le site est en fait un rejeton des industries culturelles et du capitalisme néolibéral. A priori, YouTube neutralise pourtant toute critique idéologique. Il « a quelque chose d’un dispositif utopique d’accès partagé à la culture »[+] NoteAgnès GAYRAUD et Guillaume HEUGUET, op. cit. p. 102 [7] : l’utilisateur, devenu roi, a le pouvoir de consommer, de commenter, de partager des productions audiovisuelles en apparence diversifiées et personnalisées ; rien ne lui serait imposé. Mieux : le rapport entre les industries et le consommateur semble inversé : c’est maintenant lui qui détiendrait le pouvoir. Pour bénéficier de cette « personnalisation », il doit cependant sacrifier un peu de ses données personnelles : la gratuité tant vantée par les industries dites « 2.0 »[+] NoteSur cette épithète, voir Franck RÉBILLARD, « Du Web 2.0 au Web2 : fortunes et infortunes des discours d'accompagnement des réseaux socionumériques », Hermès, 59, 2011, p. 25-31. [8] n’est que partielle. En s’appuyant sur ses routines de navigation, de consultation, YouTube oriente bien plus qu’il ne propose : c’est toujours sur le mode répétitif que se fait la consommation.
  35. Nov 2016
    1. The online platform has changed the social scenario in various contexts. Mainly with the help of online platform, the people are able to connect to each other. In the field of education also lots of changes have been witnessed by the society. It has changed the dimensions of study. http://blog.selectmytutor.co.uk/youtube-tutoring-a-leap-change/

  36. Sep 2016
    1. But fandom without limits makes Team Internet vulnerable.
    2. This kind of dynamic -- between a digital influencer and a fan -- has become commonplace in the “Team Internet” community. Over the last few years, dozens have come forward to share stories of creators who have had inappropriate relationships with those who see them as bona fide celebrities.