“I Live In YouTube” — 12 year old boy
Over the holidays I mentioned YouTube to a 12 year old member of our family. Without hesitation he said: “I live in YouTube.”
A bit later I asked him what he meant by that. He explained that he views several YouTube clips almost every day. He’s interested in movie making, and is creating some clever stuff.
Speaking of YouTube, rarley does a day go by that I don’t view at least one YouTube clip. This phenomena crept into my life somehow over the past few months.
Mark Cuban critiques YouTube, which he prefers to call GooTube now that Google bought it.
He points out that a lot of YouTube content is now commecials, and that there’s plenty of what he calls “fake porn.”
But I think Mr. Cuban doth protest too much. I’ve watched quite a few clips. None were commercials, and none were fake (or real…) pornography.