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Thanks for posting!

On a different note, does it bother anyone else that so many of these review videos would be 1000x more efficient if they were on a webpage that you could easily scroll through vs. watching a ~15 minute video?

I feel this way about most sites too: just give me one page and let me keep scrolling!
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Thanks for posting!

On a different note, does it bother anyone else that so many of these review videos would be 1000x more efficient if they were on a webpage that you could easily scroll through vs. watching a ~15 minute video?

I feel this way about most sites too: just give me one page and let me keep scrolling!
for me it is the same unless you are bandwidth restricted... then yes a page is better.But you can check the timestamp's thumbnail and the video skips to there when you click it and forward with the right side arrow
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for me it is the same unless you are bandwidth restricted... then yes a page is better.But you can check the timestamp's thumbnail and the video skips to there when you click it and forward with the right side arrow
I just like one handed browsing (I rest my chin on my left hand), so I find scrolling a lot easier than moving mouse and skipping/moving hand to keyboard to hit the arrow keys (yes, I'm lazy).
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I don't know what is wrong with enthusiasts but some tech youtube channel has 8.9 million subscribers. Guess Telemundo técnica [soap opera that is tech themed] sells.
15-45 minuets for something that would take a single page on forums. I really don't get the appeal of watching the popular youtube tech channels.

Some people that create content are enthusiasts that do proper testing and even have lab equipment. But those are not the popular ones. If you never where on enthusiasts forums that I could understand that.
But going forum to watching these tele[tech]tubbies for anything besides comic relief doesn't compute.
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I don't know what is wrong with enthusiasts but some tech youtube channel has 8.9 million subscribers. Guess Telemundo técnica [soap opera that is tech themed] sells.
15-45 minuets for something that would take a single page on forums. I really don't get the appeal of watching the popular youtube tech channels.

Some people that create content are enthusiasts that do proper testing and even have lab equipment. But those are not the popular ones. If you never where on enthusiasts forums that I could understand that.
But going forum to watching these tele[tech]tubbies for anything besides comic relief doesn't compute.
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Zoomers can't comprehend anything over 140 characters and have the attention span of a butterfly. That's why those useless "tech tubers" are popular.

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for me it is the same unless you are bandwidth restricted... then yes a page is better.But you can check the timestamp's thumbnail and the video skips to there when you click it and forward with the right side arrow
please there is no way you can tell what they said and when they said it by looking at a thumbnail on the timeline.
the written word is far superior over a video.

and i'll add a foreign language. translated closed captions are a huge fail over a translated page.

people are getting lazy and illiterate.

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I don't know what is wrong with enthusiasts but some tech youtube channel has 8.9 million subscribers. Guess Telemundo técnica [soap opera that is tech themed] sells.
15-45 minuets for something that would take a single page on forums. I really don't get the appeal of watching the popular youtube tech channels.

Some people that create content are enthusiasts that do proper testing and even have lab equipment. But those are not the popular ones. If you never where on enthusiasts forums that I could understand that.
But going forum to watching these tele[tech]tubbies for anything besides comic relief doesn't compute.
Because they play a large part in how these products sell.

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Because they play a large part in how these products sell.
Just so, lets all go wait inline at a expensive food truck for 45 minuets rather than go to a proper restaurant that cost the same.


I don't think it is a generation issue just everyone copying each other and afraid to ask why are we doing this. Fear of missing out on a global scale ?!?


I recall there was an interview of military personal training sideways shooting. When asked why they wanted to learn that style they responded with because they seen it in Hollywood movies so it must be better.



For tech news like a real news I tend to go internationally. Long live fake tech news till they ban it.

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