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YouTube’s First Video Turns 10, in Case You Weren’t Feeling Old Today

If you woke up in a good mood, feeling young and spry, you’ll hate to know that YouTube’s inauspicious first video turns 10 years old today. “Alright, so here we are in front of the, uh, elephants. Uh. The cool thing about these guys is that, is that they have really, really, really long, um, trunks, and that’s, that’s cool. …

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YouTube’s Ad-Free Subscription Offering Is on the Horizon

Apart from Justin Bieber videos and comment trolls, ads are the most annoying thing about YouTube. But most of us have come to accept that we’re going to have to watch five, 15, or god forbid 30 seconds of an ad before our video plays – and even during our video plays if the video is long enough. It’s just …

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Netflix Makes Fun Of Apple With ‘Netflix Watch’

After Amazon unveiled its Prime Air drones in 2013, Netflix released a parody video showcasing its own vision for drones, which would see the devices delivering DVD envelopes. Now, Netflix has a new video lampooning the Apple Watch: Like the Netflix drones, the Netflix watch also makes an appearance in the restroom. I guess Netflix doesn’t envision the Apple Watch …

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Vine Videos Will Soon Be Much Prettier

Vine is turning up the quality on your videos. “When you watch Vines on our iOS and Android apps, you’ll see these quality improvements — they are rolling out over the coming days. You’ll also see higher quality Vines embedded in sites across the web,” says Vine. But in terms of making these higher-quality Vines (720p), you can only do …

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Facebook Finally Lets You Embed Facebook Videos

Facebook has just fixed something truly irksome. Starting now, you can embed Facebook videos on your website. But Josh, you could always do that! Wrong. You have been able to embed entire posts for some time now, like this: Don't Wear Flip Flops If You Are Going To Drink Posted by Meetville on Wednesday, March 18, 2015 But as you …

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YouTube Kids Launches as Google’s ‘First Building Block in Tech for Tykes’

YouTube is one of the biggest resources on the planet for content that can entertain, educate, and in the best cases, entertain and educate your kids. Of course, YouTube is also filled with a lot of stuff you probably don’t want your four-year-old watching – at least enough of it to make any parent wary of handing their kid an …

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David Cross, Amy Sedaris Talk ‘HITS’ In Google Talk

David Cross and Amy Sedaris recently appeared at Google’s NYC headquarters to participate in an “At Google” talk. The two discuss Cross’ new film HITS, which is his directorial debut. The plot is described as: “Municipal worker Dave’s life changes completely when videos of his rants about potholes at City Hall go viral on YouTube.” The talk was recorded last …

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Facebook Organic Reach Compared By Post Type

On Monday we heard about data from SocialBakers finding that photos, which used to be the most engaging type of Facebook post and perform the best, are now the kind of post that is seeing the least amount of organic reach. Since we wrote about it earlier, SocialBakers has made its data more easily accessible. Take a look at how …

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Man Filming Crash Catches Own Near-Death Experience

Blocked by an accident on an ice-covered New Jersey turnpike, a man takes out his phone to record the scene. Little did he know, he’d actually catch a terrifying near-miss, right behind him. “I was blocked by two trucks on south bound I-95 at exit 9 in NJ (New Brunswick exit). I only wanted to take a picture while i …

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Facebook Gives Pages Featured Video Feature

Facebook has been testing a new design for the Videos section of Pages. This is reportedly expected to roll out to all Pages in the coming weeks. The new look, first reported by TechCrunch (via AllFacebook), puts a “Featured” video at the top with sections for “Playlists” and “All Videos” below. You can currently see it on the ABC News …

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Google Talk Discusses Living On A Dollar A Day

Google recently hosted The Forgotten International founder and president Thomas Nazario for a talk, in which he talks “Living on a Dollar a Day,” which is the title of his book about that very subject. “Slightly over one billion people on the planet live on a dollar a day,” the video description says. “While the reasons for their poverty may …

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YouTube Trends Team Picks Best Of 2014

Google’s YouTube Trends team is sharing its picks for the best videos of the year. Seven members have compiled playlists to give us a look back. “Here at YouTube Trends HQ, when we weren’t logging “Ice Bucket” views, watching PSY smash records, and fastidiously cataloguing trending videos, we were watching a nauseating amount of web video,” the team writes. “In …

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