Category Archives: Youtube

From Blogosphere to Vlogosphere

Anatoly Karlin writes: times the views as writing out a more labor intensive and K-selected blog post. The Alt Right child prodigy “soph” – recently profiled by Mr. Bernstein – is currently just shy of a million subscribers on YouTube. … Continue reading

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New York Times Doesn’t Get The Joke

Comments at Steve Sailer: * Except if you read the article carefully, it is clear he was never actually a member of ‘the alt-right’. He was always a leftist who just used to watch alt-light youtube videos and who fancied … Continue reading

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Anatoly Karlin: YouTube Is Basically Killing Everyone

Anatoly Karlin has a long thoughtful post on the latest Youtube crackdown: It’s worth pointing out that demonetization is nearly as bad as an outright ban, as it demoralizes creators, and in some cases, cuts off their main source of … Continue reading

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Youtube Cracks Down On Dissident Voices

My Youtube channel was demonetized yesterday and eight of my videos were removed for violating their community guidelines (no specifics were provided, I appealed all of them). Michael Tracey writes: “Online journalists and their activist friends lack any awareness that … Continue reading

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Code Of Conduct

I have a code of conduct for people who appear on my Youtube channel (either as guests or in the chat and comments). * Be civil. Be righteous. * I regard the internet as part of the real world and … Continue reading

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