Innocence of Muslims is a crude and trashy video that portrays the Prophet Mohammad as a hate-mongering bum who approves of violence and sexual child abuse. Considered by Western audiences that adores the popular cartoon South Park, which mocks many religions on a regular basis, Innocence of Muslims is clearly insulting, but it's too boring to be worth a second … [Read more...] about Murder, YouTube, and Censorship
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YouTube is home to a plethora of videos, from cats to political blunders and how-to guides. It enjoys 800 million unique visitors per month, and in 2011, the streaming site had more than 1 trillion views -- or around 140 views for every person on Earth. Localized in 43 countries and across 60 languages, YouTube's global following makes it a force to be reckoned with. With such … [Read more...] about Is YouTube evolving into a competitive news outlet?
My UC Berkeley programming students often ask me which programming language is the most popular. It's a simple question with a far-from-simple answer. Let's start with why people want to know. Usually, at least when it comes to students, they ask which language is the most popular because they want to learn subjects where there are jobs. For most people, it makes very little … [Read more...] about Which programming languages are most popular (and what does that even mean)?
posted on 08 Nov 2013, 21:26 6 1. alpinejason (Posts: 262; Member since: 06 Sep 2011) Yeah it's bull google posted on 08 Nov 2013, 22:22 31 9. Mxyzptlk (unregistered) The slow death of YT continues under google. Google needs to stop trying to force G+ onto everyone. posted on 08 Nov 2013, 23:32 6 15. StevenFranklin (Posts: 22; Member since: 05 Jul 2012) … [Read more...] about Comments for : Google+ comments already added to YouTube app; YouTube creator hates it
YouTube is about to get a whole lot more kid-friendly in India. Google launched the YouTube Kids app in the U.S. a while ago, but now the app is making its way to India, allowing Indian children to enjoy YouTube without stumbling onto something they shouldn’t.Of course, YouTube Kids is about more than just blocking inappropriate content — it’s also about … [Read more...] about With India now in the mix, YouTube Kids app is available to children in 20 nations
Facebook has already proven that lightweight versions of popular apps can be a hit in developing markets — just ask its now 200 million monthly users in those markets. And now, YouTube is hoping to take a page out of that book with the inconspicuous launch of YouTube Go. On Wednesday, a version of the app appeared on the Google Play Store. It weighs in at less than 10MB, … [Read more...] about Lightweight YouTube Go app, planned for release last year, is now available
Cory Doctorow is an activist in favor of liberalizing copyright laws, a proponent of the Creative Commons, and a celebrated author of many science fiction books that revolve around the same ideals for which he fights. He is also the co-editor of the popular site Boing Boing.Doctorow will be attending SCaLE 14x later this week to deliver a keynote presentation. I spoke with him … [Read more...] about Interview: Cory Doctorow on digital locks and the threat to free and open source software
First Disney and now YouTube. It’s been a bad week for Felix Kjellberg, the vlogging sensation known online by his more famous alias, PewDiePie. The popular YouTuber lost his deal with Disney on Monday after a report by The Wall Street Journal discussing several PewDiePie videos with anti-Semitic content.On Tuesday, Variety reported that YouTube is also dumping the … [Read more...] about PewDiePie dumped by Disney and YouTube over anti-Semitic stunts
The New York Times recently talked about people making a living (read six-figure income) from their videos on YouTube through advertisements but what they probably missed is this part where YouTube stars are getting featured in TV commercials due to the right popularity of their videos.Matt Harding, popularly known as Dancing Matt on YouTube, is one such unique example. His … [Read more...] about YouTube Star Dancing for Visa Currency Cards
You can watch some of the popular Bollywood movies on YouTube for free using Zero Dollar Movies. These are full-length files available in Hindi and other Indian languages. Other than full-length movies, film trailers and Indian TV shows are also available on YouTube.The collection is currently limited to movies from film producers like Shemaroo … [Read more...] about Watch Bollywood Movies on YouTube