Re: YouTube archive?
2009-12-01 01:56:38 GMT
Also, this guy:
Well these are the ones I most want to stay on youtubeOn Sat, Nov 28, 2009 at 10:52 AM, Kevin Janssen <kjanssen13 <at> gmail.com> wrote:
Ben only u would want to do something
Like this... I'm proud of u
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On Nov 27, 2009, at 11:23 PM, "Ben P." <blersia <at> gmail.com> wrote:
> I wish to create a sizable YouTube archive over time. I want variety,
> but I'm not after just anything... this isn't meant to be
> representative of ratios.
> * Videos should be mostly exclusive to the internet. Nothing that was
> ever on TV or in film. No mainstream music vids.
> * Many of the videos will be very obscure, with only a few hundred
> views, if even. They don't have to be that way, but I also don't want
> to include anything which was ever fairly popular online, such as
> Leeroy Jenkins or Chocolate Rain.
> * The videos don't have to interest me, but they have to be "worthy"
> of archive. I don't want a bunch of shaky, low-quality phone videos
> of asshats laughing for no apparent reason. I'd happily d/l sped up
> videos of drawing detailed sports cars in MS Paint, however.
> One thing that inspired me to start on this is that I've seen many
> good, creative videos disappear over the years, and YouTube was the
> only place they were hosted, leaving them inaccessible to the world.
> Thoughts? Questions? Ideas?
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