Something needs to be done to save YouTube from its ongoing path to destruction.
What are we doing with our lives?
YouTube was founded by three former PayPal employees in 2005, after they saw a gap in the market for a video sharing website
Relatability might be the influencer's currency, but it's also part of the problem. Consumers will sit in online queues for hours to get tickets to Adele's new tour or the upcoming Harry Potter play, but they resent sitting through a 30 second ad in order to watch their favourite vlogger broadcast from their bedroom.
YouTube has brought us videos of cats and dogs, re-runs of classic TV shows and established the A-list stars of our generation. It has brought world events into our living rooms and onto our phones at the touch of a button. It will be exciting to see how the platform evolves over the next 10 years; I have no doubt that it will continue to change the way we watch, learn and interact with the world around us. Happy Birthday, YouTube.
Earlier this year an attorney based in Savannah, Georgia produced what has to rank as one of the most cost effective commercials of all time. Originally broadcast on his local TV station during the Superbowl, Jamie Casino's ad went viral overnight and became a global sensation. It's easy to see why.
To make the most of your weekend, and say a sorrowful/welcome goodbye to the World Cup for another four years (delete where appropriate), we've a whole host of Matchday Munchies on Food Tube!
The mighty DJ BBQ will be taking to the rooftop to give you the best BBQ pointers from his new, best-selling book! Trust
Just seen a particularly chucklesome 'fail', a spectacularly cute cat or a waving bear that stands above all the others? Want
It seems Luis Suarez is not the only one with a penchant for biting after footage emerged appearing to show a woman sinking