A response to the claims that Zoe Quinn's allegations are false.
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Scott Benson's Medium post:
Alec's Facebook post from 2016:
Destiny was criticized extensively in this debate.
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YouTube has significantly changed over the years and has witnessed the rise and fall of numerous genres. However, there is one form of content that has managed to adapt to these changes: commentary. The YouTube commentary community is one of the most popular and relevant genres on the platform today. In this video, we will be discussing how the community and some of its most prominent members rose to popularity, and why it is important to this very day.
With the rise of political partisanship comes the rise in popularity of the American political center. The concept of taking viewpoints from "both sides" and forming a cohesive political opinion from those views seems like a good concept at first, but is this type of thinking actually counter-productive to public discourse?
About 3 years ago, the Team Fortress 2 community say the loss of a prominent member named Sketchek after he announced he had a most likely fatal terminal illness and completely left the internet for 3 years. About a month ago however, Sketchek revealed that it was all fake, and in this video, we dive into his reasoning for doing so.
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The YouTube series “Content Cop” created by idubbbztv, in which he dives into the issues with someone or a genre of content, has gained almost universal acclaim for it’s solid production, intriguing analytical points and comedic style of idubbbz himself. Today we will be analyzing as to why the Content Cop series is so popular and answering the question of whether it is worthy of the endless praise it has received from both fans and YouTubers alike.
Danarchy Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yUWiKJGIvLg&t=501s
Tears of Fire Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VjsAg6f6xG8&t=194s
With the advent of social media, corporations have struggled to evolve their marketing techniques to fit the ever changing demands of the modern market place. This has resulted in the birth of an entirely new medium of advertising in which companies attempt to fit in with the average social media user through sarcastic and self-referential humor. But what are the true intentions of these companies?
Reaction Commentary has taken over the YouTube scene recently with a surprising resurgence after the fall of Leafyishere. There has been a lot of criticism levied against it such as the lazy editing and bandwagoning that occurs within the genre. but how much of that criticism is justified? Let's find out.
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High Guardian Spice is a show recently unveiled by crunchyroll, and the internet is up in arms about it. But how much of that hate is justified?
Justin Sevakis article: https://www.animenewsnetwork.com/answerman/2018-08-29/.136030
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