Is it just me or are YouTube's recommendations totally broken. I'm talking about the recommendations + the default YouTube start page.
First: Social stuff being embed alright, but at least give me the option to exclude them. Not everything someone is sharing on YouTube is something to recommend. YouTube for me is primarily for fun, music and not for most of the things shared via G+ with me, which includes a fair amount of work related stuff. (to be fair you could go to http://www.youtube.com/feed/recommended to keep the social stuff away)
Second: When I delete a recommendation... WHY THE HELL is it showing up on every reload. I said I don't like it! So remove it and not show it again!
Third: When I watched something, then I probably liked it, but recommendations should give me new stuff and not about 95% of stuff I watched more than once!
Any good site for great onsite music discovery?
“Once you have a very, very large budget, you actually look for expensive things to spend it on.”
So perhaps it could be a more innovative and effective path being not well funded...
Just saw a "new" video of him, which I found quite amusing:
Eat, Fry, Love: A Cautionary Remix
For other awesome videos check out his YouTube channel:
Let's get the music started and procrastinate...
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