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  1. Since Tools In Action is such an excellent conglomerate, with the main site, these forums, a newsletter, and YouTube channels, I wanted to ask who out there has affiliated YouTube channels and/or websites. I recently subscribed to the JimboS1ice channel and notice that the main TIA channel has ToolGuyd, Pro Tool Reviews, Oz Tool Talk, and others listed under the Channels tab. Are there any others? I ask that you not share unaffiliated channels or sites that have content similar to TIA unless Eric or a Moderator specifically authorize it. This thread isn't designed to divert traffic from the TIA Crew. I gave up cable TV a few years ago and couldn't have a dish installed at my current residence. That combined with little to no time to watch TV and an ever-decreasing attention span found the lowly TV antenna reenter my life for the first time since the 80's. I tried Hulu for a while but didn't bother to renew, especially since YouTube began dominating my viewing preferences over the summer. Let's face it, YouTube has become so immense that it's hard to believe that it didn't exist thirteen years ago. I first started binge watching it shortly after its debut, spending periods watching music videos and even using add-ons to download videos before those capabilities were disabled. After a couple of years, though, I grew away from it and hadn't really watched more than the occasional music video or other content required for college. Anyway, on to my current favorite channels. My two oldest subscriptions are channels that started elsewhere: Cinnemassacre and Channel Awesome. I started watching the Angry Video Game Nerd (AVGN) on the Cinnemassacre website, and the Nostalgia Critic on thatguywiththeglasses.com. Both were and remain excellent shows and the channels offer a number of other outstanding shows. Since then I've subscribed to somewhat similar (and usually much smaller) channels offering reviews and comedic opinions of mostly older games and movies. A few that come to mind are Dongled, Top Hat Gaming Man, The Kilian Experience, Game Theorists, and Decker Shado. The ironic thing about enjoying game and movie focused content is that I almost never play video games and rarely sit all the way through a movie. Other channels I frequent are usually history or firearms related, and some seem odd but can prove extremely useful. The Great War offers a week by week summary of what happened 100 years ago, while Forgotten Weapons explains rare, historic, and military arms in great detail. Military History Visualized is another great channel. Emma Saying was recently found, and isn't exactly a channel that most people will watch for hours (even wordier types like myself). I found it after viewing a Supa Pixel Girl video where she uses the word "hyperbole". She pronounced it "hy-per-bol-ee" while like many others I've always said "hy-per-bole". Sure enough, Emma Saying and some brief research proved that the YouTuber was right. Anyway, despite having subscribed to a few of the larger channels and even a few that only produce Top Ten or similar lists, I generally watch little of their content. One list channel I do watch regularly is Rabbid Luigi. With that said, it's impossible to list every channel I watch, especially since I'll jump genres quite often and usually only really pay attention to the tool and history channels. The size of the channel and production values don't matter much to me so long as I find the presenter bearable and the content interesting. Videos that are under 30 minutes are my preference, though those over five minutes are usually listened to as I do something else. Well, what are your favorite YouTube channels? Based on those I shared above, can you recommend related content that I or others may enjoy? Remember, please refrain from sharing channels that release content similar to that produced by Tools In Action, unless it is affiliated with the site.
  2. This has been brought up on several occasions, here on the forum and on periscope. To create a " forum members YouTube topic ". This would be specific to posting forum members YouTube videos and pictures. In doing so, fellow crew members can view, and support them. The intent would be for fun only and not for profit, to allow the crew to show off items of interest. This would not and should not hinder or diminish, what TIA is doing on a daily basis. I for one, would love to see what content fellow crew members have to offer, and maybe not just YouTube videos, but also pictures as well. I would love to see what Eric and Dan have to say about this idea and what you guys think ( The Crew ). So please comment and make suggestions. Thanks Crew!
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