Matthew Ernisse

July 27, 2021 @21:12

Here we are at the fourth installment in the ongoing series where I list a bunch of of bizarre and eclectic of YouTube channels that I enjoy. The theme for this edition seems to be the algorithm sought to surprise me. I found many of these channels just clicking on random videos.

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December 31, 2020 @23:29

It's been... quite a year. I've probably watched more hours of YouTube this year than any other year. I updated my original list about halfway through the year so I figured I'd do one last update as the year winds out (at least in the US/Eastern time zone).

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July 12, 2020 @09:20

I recently found myself overcome by a brief spat of boredom. A general haze of nostalgia accompanied the boredom and it got me thinking of earlier days of the Internet. A number of mostly-forgotten fads came to mind, the web counter, the under construction gif, the best viewed with browser logo, and the venerable webcam. The webcam itself was an evolution of other, more pratical network connected cameras and they have continued to progress farther than I would have expected. A quick search of my archives revealed that I still had the very last frame captured from my webcam.

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July 06, 2020 @14:15

It has been a while since I wrote one of these. Honestly for a long time I didn't really have anything to add to my previous post. I still routinely watch the channels previously listed and still highly recommend them. The following are channels I have found since that I would add to the list, in no particular order.

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November 25, 2018 @23:40

I know it's not particularly uncommon for web sites these days to drastically change things and in fact most people consider this a feature. The fail fast mentality is great and all except that it means you are often failing more than not and the general consensus seems to be that it's perfectly acceptable to do it in public to the detriment of your users.

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September 30, 2017 @00:02

So I Heard You Like Videos

As a follow up to my Favorite Podcasts post, I figured I would talk a bit about my favorite Youtube channels. A while back I wrote a Flask app to take a bunch of different web services that I didn't feel like having accounts on and turning them into RSS feeds. In the case of Youtube I combine the RSS feeds of each channel into a single RSS feed that I subscribe to. This makes it a lot easier to keep up with the periodic deluge of videos without having to fool around with a bunch of bookmarks or having a Google account.

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