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YouTube Bans Some Gun Modification Tutorials, But Plenty Remain YouTube Bans Some Gun Modification Tutorials, But Plenty Remain

Fifty-eight people were killed in the Las Vegas massacre last week, the deadliest mass shooting in modern US history. Seventeen guns were found in gunman Stephen Paddock’s hotel room, including a dozen that had been modified with a “bump stock,” an added part that allowed the guns to fire more rapidly. And up until…

Watch this video to see how incredibly awesome people were in 2013

The end of the year is here and hopefully you did something awesome in 2013. And if you didn't, that's okay because you have one more day to get crazy. Actually, you have a brand new year ahead of you to do something memorable. Luc Bergeron compiled 253 YouTube videos that popped up in 2013 and made this incredible…

How to Make the Worst YouTube Video in the World How to Make the Worst YouTube Video in the World

Have you noticed this trend in YouTube? You watch a video on YouTube. Maybe it's a minute, maybe it's two. Maybe you laughed, maybe you didn't. But then there are 5 minutes of additional post-video video that tells you to either subscribe to their other channel, add them on Facebook, tweet out a shoutout, click on…

YouTube Will Make You Watch a 5 Minute PSA if You Break Copyright Laws YouTube Will Make You Watch a 5 Minute PSA if You Break Copyright Laws

You may want to rethink posting those Mad Men episodes you downloaded on YouTube—unless you are interested in spending five minutes of your life watching an animated PSA. YouTube is going to make anyone who posts a copyrighted video watch it and take a short quiz, or you won't be able to upload any more videos.…

Google Opines On Flash and HTML5, But Defers to its Own WebM Project's Favor Google Opines On Flash and HTML5, But Defers to its Own WebM Project's Favor

In a blogpost titled "Flash and the HTML5 tag," YouTube has detailed its (slightly fence-sitting) thoughts on the ever-present Adobe Flash/HTML5 issue, saying that while both offer pluses, it's really Google's own WebM project that we need. [YouTube]

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