YouTube & Self Expression

YouTube & Self Expression
Piers Fawkes, PSFK
  • 4 august 2008

Dr. Michael Wesch presented at the Library of Congress recently and gave this fascinating presentation on how YouTube has led to the development of new forms of self expression.

At one point he looks at memes that spread around YouTube and how the creators seem to be spreading happiness. He also explains how a video of his got to number one on YouTube on SuperBowl Sunday despite every advertisers’ video being uploaded on that day.

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