Last night, I got an email from YouTube saying they're planning to drop their community contributions feature. The feature is what allows the YouTube community to create accurate, word-for-word captions on videos, which can be subject to the video creator's approval. The captions are designed to asssist viewers with hearing difficulties and/or audio-processing issues. The … Continue reading We Got a YouTube Situation Over Here. I Need Your Help!
Yesterday, I made a commentary video on "More than a Feeling", a song by a band called Boston. It happens to be the greatest song that ever existed. At least it is in the world of Corey Toomey. My Marianne Walking Away Brad Delp's voice was simply powerful in this one ("I closed my eyes … Continue reading YouTube Copyright Claim…
To date, I have posted two book reviews on my YouTube channel. Unkillable Joe by Joe Vallen and Edge of the Breach by Halo Scot. It seemed appropriate considering these books were the first two I read since joining the #WritingCommunity on Twitter. Both books are great in their own way. I made my issues … Continue reading Book Reviews and YouTube
Yesterday, I blogged about PewDiePie (Felix Kjellberg) and how badly I was in the dark about him and other YouTube personalities. Felix Kjellberg, aka PewDiePie I briefly mentioned the year-long Sub War between Felix and Indian corporation T-Series. As a major music label with film production studios under its belt, think of T-Series as the … Continue reading Why T-Series Being the Number One YouTuber Doesn’t Matter
PewDiePie (real name: Felix Kjellberg) is the most subscribed individual on YouTube with 103 million subs. His channel started around 2010 and was the most subscribed channel overall from 2013-2019. For much of the 2010s I didn't even know who he was. It's like there was a whole side to life I was hiding from. … Continue reading Why PewDiePie is Actually Brilliant