YouTube probably has the biggest selection of online video in the world. The site offers everything from user-generated videos to popular movies to episodes of TV shows to SuperBowl commercials. While YouTube is one of the biggest video sites in the world, finding the video you want to watch isn’t always easy. It’s so easy to spend time endless hours on YouTube clicking from video to video. It’s not surprising to start with a search for funny cat videos and an hour later you find yourself still glued to computer screen and watching videos of something entirely different.
We know YouTube is loaded with great content and we wanted to make it easier for you to find all those fabulous videos. That’s why we’ve rounded up YouTube videos on just about every topic. Whether you want to find space videos, watch artists as they create masterpieces using everything from light to sand, learn how to cook low-carb party favors, or just watch funny YouTube videos these posts can get you started. We’ve rounded up some of the best YouTube videos by topic and included them in these posts.
YouTube recently crunched their own numbers and found that their huge audience of YouTubers is uploading 100 hours of video every single minute. That’s four days worth of videos being posted to YouTube every 60 seconds. That’s almost 16.5 years worth of video posted on YouTube every day. Just for kicks, that’s 5,993 years worth . . .
When you think of TV on the web, you probably think of sites like Hulu and Netflix that stream previously aired network and cable shows. When you think of YouTube, you probably don’t think of TV shows at all. But the truth is that the Internet is rapidly becoming a platform for original programming. YouTube . . .
Ever want to catch an event as it’s happening live, but didn’t have the time to post up in front of the TV for hours on end? While you can always record the live event it, there’s always the risk that everyone will be talking about the outcome before you can watch the event. There’s . . .
By Will Stevens Gaming has come a long way in a very short time and people picking up a control pad for the first time in 2013 may be surprised by the progress that has been made in just 30 years. Thanks to YouTube, we can take a quick trip back in time to see . . .
U.S. students are falling behind international students in science rankings, but that won’t be the case if a group called the Ecogeeks has its way. This gang of engaging young scientists and web video producers has turned their Ecogeeks science video podcast into a cult hit among kids, teachers, and anyone with an interest in . . .
By Bradley Taylor In the world of casual living comes times of extreme moments that lead to incredible controversy. In the world of driving, car crashes become a generated fear that hits the hearts of anyone who can imagine experiencing what they are seeing. There’s something about watching a car crash; you may want to . . .
With so much web video content produced every day you’re probably thinking it can’t be that difficult to do it yourself. And you’re right. Shooting and uploading video to YouTube and other sites full of user generated content such as Metacafe and Vimeo isn’t rocket science, though there are a few things you should know . . .
With an asteroid whizzing past the earth and pieces of a meteorite raining down on Russia in recent weeks, it’s hard not to be aware of what’s going on in outer space. Although we hear of space activity in the media from time to time, many of these spectacular space activities are never visible with . . .
Grains of sand are usually thought of as impermanent. They are quick to fly away with the wind and change shape when covered in water. Yet, it is the temporary medium of sand in which some artists create their works of beauty. Most of us are reminded of childhood when we think of playing in . . .
There have been 40 missions to the red planet and 24 of the spacecrafts have failed in their attempt. It’s a tough mission, but we keep on trying and at last – a success. To put it in plain terms, the atmosphere around Mars is super thin, which makes slowing down to land extremely difficult; . . .