Ciro Santilli publishes videos of this not-so-common visual programming experiments on his YouTube channel occasionally: https://www.youtube.com/c/CiroSantilli. Ciro should however not be lazy and also upload each video produced to wikimedia Commons, since YouTube does not offer a download option even for videos marked with a Creative Commons license: https://www.quora.com/Can-I-download-Creative-Commons-licensed-YouTube-videos-to-edit-them-and-use-them/answer/Tarmo-Toikkanen!
Ciro developed one interesting technique: while scrolling through YouTube's useless recommendations, when he understands what a channel is about, he either immediately:
This helps to keep this feed clean of boring stuff he already knows about. There is unfortunately an infinite amount of useless videos out there however on the topics of:
- subscribes if it is amazing and then "Don't recommend channel"
- otherwise just "Don't recommend channel" immediately
and no matter how much you say you don't want to hear about them, YouTube juts keeps on sending more.
- music, mostly idiotic top of the charts
- news and political commentary
- programming tutorials. Meh, got Stack Overflow.
- stuff that is not in English, and notably languages that Ciro does not even speak!
- cute animals
- gaming and movie commentary. Ciro is interested only in a very specific number of video games
- nature life, e.g. hiking, cycling, or living in isolation, this Ciro enjoys
- science for kids (popular science)
Things Ciro hates about YouTube:
- you can't follow or ignore a subject, only indirectly tell the algorithm about that. Once you click a popular cat video, you will be forced to watch cat videos for all eternity.
Likely FFmpeg is the backend of YouTube.
Bought by Google in 2006.
- Ciro Santilli's bicycle wisdom
- Ciro Santilli's cycling
- Don Lincoln
- Entropy of a chemical reaction
- Facebook profile face dump
- FFmpeg is the backend of YouTube
- How can a chemical substance be unstable but not flammable?
- Kung Fu
- Large cohesive game world for robotic-like artificial intelligence development
- Magic: The Gathering
- Mamonas Assassinas
- Where to store images
- Nintendo 64
- Television series
- Web technology
- Total Blackout Cassette Roller Blind from Order Blinds Online