Thunderf00t: YouTube Has Started Banning Religiously Offensive Videos

Spread it before it gets removed by YouTube. YouTube needs to learn that not everyone has a moral right to be offended by just anything and make their policies accordingly. H/T: Al Stefanelli Your Thoughts? ___________________ In the comments, TomeWyrm offers helpful advice: If you’d like to download it, you can use the bookmarklet and [Read More...]

YouTube’s Margaret Stewart Explains Their Approach To Copyright

Margaret Stewart explains how rights identification is allows copyrighted videos uploaded by users to be accepted or rejected by the rights owners and makes the pitch to rights holders to let their material get uploaded onto YouTube: Your Thoughts? [Read more...]

YouTube As Naturally Evolving The Future Of Television And How Google Benefits Off Of YouTube

Neat video on how YouTube puts out so much material that we can discover what people actually will choose among a myriad of options and model TV off of it and then on the reach of Google and YouTube’s role in that: Your Thoughts? [Read more...]

Top 10 Favorite Atheist/Rationalist YouTube Channels

This last three months I’ve spent blogging, I’ve learned my away around the atheist internet and been delighted by how many wonderful resources there are, between websites, blogs, videos, discussion forums, etc.  And not only the videos but some of the video channels run by extraordinarily creative or at least patiently argumentative creators of original [Read More...]

Wikipedia Is Written By Bitter Losers

Nicholas Carr on “sour Wikipedians”: In their report on the results of the study, the scholars paint a picture of Wikipedians as social maladapts who “feel more comfortable expressing themselves on the net than they do off-line” and who score poorly on measures of “agreeableness and openness.” Noting that the findings seem in conflict with [Read More...]

Brigham Young Ends Three Year Youtube Ban

The story. Sigh, banning things doesn’t make people morally good, it takes away even the opportunity for exercise of moral judgment. And, quite often it chokes off more good than it prevents evil. [Read more...]


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