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YouTube appears to be down, please don’t call the police

YouTube appears to be down, and the internet doesn’t know what to do. The video platform was inaccessible on Tuesday night, either showing a server error, a blank page, or broken images when people tried to load the website.  The YouTube app also showed the same problems. SEE ALSO: YouTube accounts for 47 percent of...CONTINUE READING
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The ‘Potion Seller’ guy is still making videos, and it’s glorious

There are few millennials who can utter the words “Potion Seller” without bursting into giggles. “Potion Seller” is a 3 minute, 8 second video depicting an unnamed knight’s determined quest to obtain the eponymous Potion Seller’s strongest potion. Published in 2011, the short depicts the knight, played by Justin Kuritzkes, continually getting rebuffed by the...CONTINUE READING
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Jake Paul responds to his ex Alissa Violet appearing in Shane Dawson’s series

Jake Paul released a reaction video to Alissa Violet’s appearance in Shane Dawson’s upcoming installment in his popular docu-series all about Jake, so buckle up for … genuine self-reflection?  The controversial vlogger took a rare approach to his ex-girlfriend’s cameo. Alissa, who dated Jake from 2015 to 2016, publicly accused him of physically and emotionally...CONTINUE READING
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YouTube gives the boot to Partners who post ‘duplicative content’

If you’re a YouTube Partner uploading someone else’s work, beware. YouTube is checking in on you and might revoke your Partner privileges. In a post on the company’s official help forum, YouTube announced that it’s doubling down on efforts to curb abuse within the YouTube Partner Program. Specifically, a YouTube spokesperson outlined in the post...CONTINUE READING
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YouTube launches 9 new playlists on taking care of your mental health

Millions of Americans are affected by mental health conditions every year, according to the National Alliance on Mental Illness. Even if you haven’t personally experienced mental illness, chances are you know someone who has.  That’s why World Mental Health Day is so important. The annual event was created by the World Federation for Mental Health...CONTINUE READING
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YouTube accounts for 47 percent of music streaming, study claims

People are streaming more music than ever. The problem for the music industry is that the majority of streamers are listening for free on YouTube. A full 47 percent of global music consumption is now happening on YouTube, according to a new report published by the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry. The IFPI’s Music...CONTINUE READING
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Internet steps up to help YouTuber robbed of $18,000, 14-year Lego collection

Strangers are stepping up to help a YouTuber rebuild his Lego collection after thieves made off with thousands of dollars worth of Lego sets and destroyed years of his hard work. The YouTuber, who goes by republicattak, is known for his intricate videos of elaborate Star Wars Lego sets. On Friday, he took his 12,000...CONTINUE READING
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Shane Dawson looks into Jake Paul’s enemies in part 4 of his docu-series

Is Jake Paul a scam? In the fourth episode of his docu-series investigating the infamous vlogger, Shane Dawson lands an interview with Team 10’s former COO Nick Crompton.  “House” doesn’t even begin to describe Crompton’s massive residence — he lives in some sort of influencer collective in a modern mansion with a full gym, a theater,...CONTINUE READING
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Please watch this video of a deer paired with Phil Collins’ ‘In the Air Tonight’ immediately

Here’s a clip that will instill immense, inexplicable joy within you. In the short, 18-second clip uploaded by Josh Ballico on Monday, a deer walks out from the woods and climbs through a child’s play-set, and a few seconds of Collins’ original “In the Air Tonight” music video plays at the end. That’s pretty much...CONTINUE READING
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