It sucks to use YouTube on its front-end. Seriously. It’s a wasteland of some sort, a sort of tech-dystopic echo-chamber of nothing but talk-radio heads (a.k.a. podcasts) and how-to jockeys (a.k.a. advice givers/gurus). The alternatives (i.e. Bitchute) are not better either, as you are automatically considered “Political” for utilizing any alternative networks per most TV-watchers opinions/mindsets. It just makes the whole idea of being entertaining a vacuum of blah and further sucking.
There is no “mainstream”.
There is no ‘underground’.
Not online, on the internet; it’s all just stuff to see, hear, and consume?
How are people having discussions about something not being mainstream-enough over the internet??
As many of you know, we’ve struggled off and on to leverage ‘so-called’ “social-media” usages that par directly inline with our ambitions to expand our awareness and outreach beyond our own .com websites and associated domains. Primarily, we had focused on Twitter and then studied YouTube to see how we could substantially differ our Music (i.e. MP3) offerings but alas, it bored us to tears to only review gimmick after gimmick of mimicking-prowess and junk-spam blasting tactics (even when they were cleverly disguised).
We’re just too focused on our production-values that we ultimately don’t care and don’t want to adopt silly-antics just to ‘seemingly’ “appear” ahead of others whom are trying to maintain the same.
All that said, whether people want to believe in particular ideas or not, for us, we feel that items like Twitter (and even YouTube to a degree) are ‘mostly’ now, “Legacy” networks vs. outright tools for succession.
Many people disagree with us but, there are a lot of reasons why these are possibly truer statements than all the up-sell monikers that people try to rage into audiences around the globe.
It’s kind of like how people perceive individuals such as Warren Buffet or Bill Gates to be the almighty, powerful controllers of the planet when in fact, there has always been richer, more powerful, and savvier people in existence, throughout the Earth’s time.
Facebook? Aye, don’t get us started…
Anyhow, in conclusion, as far as Legacy networks are concerned, we shall continue to support YouTube and Twitter, but likely at a different capacity and for very specific purposes.
There hasn’t really been any value in Facebook usage for us but, we’ll keep looking into it for the moment (it is however, still disabled/enabled sparingly as of this article’s publication).
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Okay, we don’t know if the article title is stating exact truth but, some of you have said that you go to YouTube, hoping to hear our awesomeness when all of a sudden, you see the message, “This video is not available in your country,” (or similar).
As well, there is nothing we can do about what ‘The Big G’/YouTube does.
On the flip-side, we’re going to include some videos from an entirely different platform (from here on in, and not just YouTube). Maybe this will help alleviate this issue for some of you. If not, we have another step in mind, and while it would likely fix everything all around, in favor of saving on bandwidth etc., we’re going to try the first method and see.
In particular, if you’re from the Philippines then please tell us right away if you are able to see the videos we post.
For everyone else, if you suddenly find yourself unable to view our videos, please tell us ASAP.
New Video Platform Test:
Scroll down to the comments section below and tell us about the first time you had ice-cream (after you tell us if you could see the video of course)…
Or tell us about the first time you got abducted by aliens…..