I admit I like watching videos on YouTube.  There's a lot of great information that is available, along with lots of entertainment available as well.  I would say the majority of my viewing is done on my iPad, and I have quite a few channels that I subscribe to so I'm always up to date on the latest videos from the people or company that uploads to it.

Some of mine:

  • Sensible Prepper - Good channel for practical prepping and general outdoor gear reviews.
  • Sootch00 - Same guy that runs the above channel, but focuses more on guns.
  • Adorama - Good channel for photo and editing tips.

Those are just a few of my favorite subscriptions.  Have any you'd like to share?


on May 22, 2014

For gaming 

Strategy Games

quill18 - Strategy games

SBFMadDijinn - Strategy games, some FE/LH video Let's Play videos

Das24680 - Strategy games, also very good FE/LH videos for people that are new 

Beaglerush - XCOM 

Day9TV - SC2, I would recommend him even if you don't play Starcraft. He has a number of good videos on improving gameplay in general and game-life balance.

totalhalibut - Total Biscuit, VERY honest reviews. Can be a bit of a shock jock.

NanosuitNinja - Anno 2070, Brits are awesome. If you ever want to try Anno 2070 you should check his videos out. 


Otherwise, check out Geek and Sundry 

on May 22, 2014

Several good ones:

tutvid - nice source for tutorials

HD Universe

Best of Science

Space Rip

Nova PBS

Sixty Symbols

Blue Lightning TV - more tuts

Deep Astronomy

National Geographic 

ch-ch-checkit - again nice tutorials

Just for laughs

on May 23, 2014
on May 23, 2014

Actually only one ATM: https://www.youtube.com/user/windowsthemes[/quote]

Trying to score points, eh?


on May 23, 2014


on Jun 22, 2014

Zefrank1: This guy has some of the most amazing funny and feelgood movies i've ever seen. Cannot recommend this guy enough.

AweMe: Blacksmith who makes weapons from games, movies, anime, etc.

BroScienceLife: Dude who makes parody videos about weightlifting.

Hannah Cho: Girl who can sing, does quite a lot of Disney songs.

Mehdi Sadaghdar: Engineer who imparts wisdom and electrocutes himself in the process.

TommyEdisonXP: Blind guy who talks about being blind.










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on Jun 23, 2014


Quoting WOM, reply 5



on Jun 23, 2014

I am from Vancouver, but live in Shanghai for work. I watch Chengman and Peter Chao's videos to get a taste of home. Sniff.