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The Mega Pistol: DIY 3D-Printed 40-Round .22LR Semi-Auto Pistol

I was recently bumming around on YouTube when I came across an interesting video from May 26th featuring a supposedly 100% original design of a semi-automatic .22LR pistol. Coming from the YouTube channel Humphrey Wittinsworth IV, the so-called “Mega Pistol” features a 40-round fixed rotary magazine that would only really be possible to the common […] Read More … The post The Mega Pistol: DIY 3D-Printed 40-Round .22LR Semi-Auto Pistol appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
Tags: Guns, Youtube, Humphrey Wittinsworth


YouTube Wins Key Copyright Ruling by Top European Court

YouTube and other internet platforms are not liable for copyright-protected content users upload as a general principle, the European Court of Justice ruled — a big win in the EU for the Google-owned video giant. “As currently stands, operators of online platforms do not, in principle, themselves make a communication to the public of copyright-protected […]
Tags: Google, News, Youtube, Eu, European Union, European Court Of Justice, Top European Court


Comment on chocolate ice cream sandwiches by Alison

Hey, congratulations on the YouTube channel – I can’t wait to check it out! Also, I’m so pleased to see this recipe. I made the brownie ice cream sandwiches a few years ago, and while they were very tasty, the effort/messiness/deliciousness ratio was a bit out of balance – i.e., I didn’t feel compelled to give it another go. A few years and a celiac diagnosis later, I miss the taste of a classic ice cream sandwich.** And here you are with a recipe! I look forward to trying this when I return fr...
Tags: Food, Youtube, Alison, Metro Vancouver


PlanetScale raises $30M Series B for its database service

PlanetScale, the company behind the open-source Vitess database clustering system for MySQL that was first developed at YouTube, today announced that it has raised a $30 million Series B funding round led by Insight Partners, with participation from a16z and SignalFire. With this, the company has now raised a total of $55 million, according to Crunchbase. Today’s announcement comes only a few weeks after PlanetScale launched its new hosted database platform, also dubbed PlanetScale. The company ...
Tags: TC, Youtube, Cloud Computing, Tech, Mysql, Software, Computing, Square, Andreessen Horowitz, Github, Database, Lambert, Praveen Akkiraju, Vitess, Sam Lambert, Vaidya


16 Creative Ways to Repurpose Sermons for Greater Impact

My marketing team and I big believers in repurposing content. It allows us to share more content, in formats that match different preferences, is great for SEO and can lead to some surprising discoveries and ideas. The same can be true for Churches. As there is a unique sermon each week, it can provide a resource you can adapt, reuse and share in a wide range of formats. Here are some creative ways you can repurpose sermons. You don’t have to do it all––these are ideas for what you cou...
Tags: Google, Spotify, Youtube, Seo, Web, Creativity, Content, Seth Godin, YouTube YouTube, Preaching, Sermons, Mike Rohde, Church Life


Swizz Beatz and D-Nice to Be Honored at Culture Creators Awards Brunch

Culture Creators will honor Swizz Beatz and Derrick “D-Nice” Jones at the fifth annual “Innovators & Leaders” Awards Brunch in partnership with YouTube. The ceremony will take place on June 26 at the Beverly Hilton Hotel and will be livestreamed on the YouTube channel for Culture Creators, an organization that puts a spotlight on the […]
Tags: News, Youtube, Beverly Hilton Hotel, Swizz Beatz, D-Nice, Culture Creators, Derrick D Nice Jones


How much money YouTube stars earn, according to dozens of creators

Kelly Stamps has earned thousands of dollars from YouTube's AdSense program since 2019. Courtesy of Kelly Stamps YouTube creators who are part of the Partner Program can monetize their videos with ads. The amount of money different creators make per video varies based on a variety of factors. We spoke with dozens of creators who shared how much money they've earned on YouTube. See more stories on Insider's business page. This is the latest installment of Insider's YouTube m...
Tags: Google, Media, Youtube, Advertising, Trends, Influencers, Brien, Lauren, Pruitt, YouTube YouTube, Partner Program, Hildebrand, Tech Insider, YouTube Partner Program, RPM, Amanda Perelli


Record Of Ragnarok Anime Denied Release on Netflix in India

The Shuumatsu no Valkyrie (Record of Ragnarok) anime has been denied release on Netflix in India, presumably because of its depiction of Hindu god Shiva, with the god even being removed from the trailer on the anime’s official Netflix page. A trailer for the anime available on YouTube shows off Shiva’s face at around 0:40 […]
Tags: Politics, Trailer, Youtube, India, Censorship, Religion, Netflix, Anime, Comparison, Shiva, Shuumatsu no Valkyrie


Google Meet is more secure, easy to use and engaging

Over the past year, video conferencing became essential for teaching, learning and staying connected. Whether you’re still teaching remotely, in a hybrid setting or have returned to in-person instruction, Meet provides an easy, reliable and secure way for your school community to connect. Today, we're announcing new features to Meet to continue supporting the evolving needs of school communities.  Secure by design Meetings initiated from Google Classroom will soon be safer and more secur...
Tags: Google, Education, Youtube, Meet, Google Cloud, Google Workspace, Maryam Sanglaji, Education Standard and Education Plus, Teaching and Learning Upgrade


Paris Hilton: ‘I’m Sick of People Using Me’

In Paris Hilton’s “This Is Paris,” the hotel heiress and entrepreneur says her work ethic is driven by money. She says she won’t slow down until she makes one billion dollars. The doc, available on YouTube, was shot two years ago. Now, at age 40, Hilton tells me she truly feels that money isn’t everything. […]
Tags: News, Podcasts, Youtube, Paris, Hilton, Paris Hilton, This Is Paris, Just For Variety


Helping schools prepare for what's next in education

Today at The Anywhere School, we shared great new ways to use Google Classroom, Google Workspace for Education, Google Meet, and Chrome OS - all focused on helping teachers and school leaders continue to do the amazing work they do. Classroom is adapting for the future of learning and teaching Classroom strives to be the simplest, easiest to use learning platform, but we’re continuously making improvements to make it even better. Roster Import will enable admins to set up classes at scale (a...
Tags: Education, Youtube, Chromebook, Chromebooks, Meet, Classroom, Shantanu Sinha, Google Workspace, Google Workspace for Education, Education Plus and Education Standard


India orders antitrust investigation against Google over smart TV market

India’s antitrust watchdog has ordered an investigation into allegations that Google has abused the dominant position of Android in the country’s smart TV market. The news comes hours after the European Union opened a formal antitrust investigation into allegations that Google abuses its leading role in the advertising-technology sector. In its initial review, the Competition Commission of India, which began looking into these allegations last year, said Google had breached certain anti-competit...
Tags: Google, Amazon, Android, Asia, Youtube, Government, India, Tech, Walmart, European Union, Competition Commission of India, Google India


"Building a brand starts with creating a culture. Play with rituals, memes, catchphrases, and inside jokes that'll consistently delight both old and new fans."

YouTube sends me advice. From my email (click to enlarge and clarify): I brushed it off as stupid, but it also made me think. Are people enjoying the rituals, memes, catchphrases, and inside jokes around here? Do I have enough rituals, memes, catchphrases, and inside jokes?Blogging is its own ritual, but there's also the ritual of the sunrise. As for memes, catchphrases, and inside jokes, there's... what?... men in shorts, the word "garner"... [Author: [email protected] (Ann Althouse)]
Tags: Law, Youtube, Blogging, Ann Althouse


The DOJ's top national security official seriously considered resigning amid Trump's pressure to overturn the election

John Demers. Thomson Reuters John Demers, the DOJ's top national security official, considered resigning amid Trump's pressure to overturn the election. But Demers decided to stay on to oversee the department's day-to-day business. He also told The Wall Street Journal he was "relieved" and "pleased" that the acting AG resisted Trump's pressure to overturn the election results. See more stories on Insider's business page. John Demers, the Justice Department official who ...
Tags: Politics, News, Youtube, US, Trends, Rome, Fbi, Cia, Johnson, Biden, Giuliani, Donald Trump, Doj, Wall Street Journal, Justice Department, Rudy Giuliani


YouTube Monetization: Ads, Merch, and More

YouTube is a great way to share your videos with the world. It’s also an excellent way to monetize those videos and make money. YouTube monetization allows content creators to generate revenue from ads that play before or during their videos, and most channels can earn between $1-$5 per thousand views on average.  While the primary way of monetizing a YouTube channel is with ads, there are additional ways including merchandise, eCommerce, and affiliate links. Whether YouTube is your bus...
Tags: Google, Amazon, Movies, Youtube, Marketing, Monetization, Ad Revenue, Merch, CPM, YouTube SEO, YouTube for Business, YPP YouTube Partner Program Requirements Have, YouTube Monetization Advertisement, YouTube Premium Viewers, YouTube Channel Memberships Memberships, Selling Merchandise YouTube


How Much Money do YouTubers Make?

With more than 2 billion registered users each day, YouTube is the top video platform in the US. Lots of businesses already use it for marketing videos. And some may even browse content for helpful tutorials or information. But it can also be a source of revenue. Content creators, influencers, and companies make lots of money on YouTube each day. But the exact amount varies based on numerous factors. Here’s an explanation for those interested in starting a YouTube channel. Minimum Requirements...
Tags: Google, Youtube, US, Sales, Social Media, Middleton, Cpc, PAUL, Jake, Logan, Amazon Associates, Nastya, Fong, Logan Paul, Partner Program, Daniel Middleton


10 things you need to know before the opening bell

The New York Stock Exchange stands in lower Manhattan. Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images Welcome to 10 Things Before the Opening Bell. Sign up here to get the day's top stock and crypto news in your inbox every morning.Sign up for Insider Investing for your weekly markets analysis.Here's what you need to know before markets open.1. Global stocks wobble and bitcoin keeps sliding. Investors are focusing on post-pandemic growth after reassuring comments from Fed speakers. 2. Mark Cub...
Tags: Congress, Youtube, Trends, Tesla, Shipping, Reddit, Manhattan, New York Stock Exchange, Federal Reserve, Goldman, Fed, Jerome Powell, Ricky Gutierrez, Tony Greer, Spencer Platt Getty Images Welcome, Sophie Kiderlin


Global stocks edge higher as investors focus on post-pandemic era growth, while bitcoin continues to slide

Johannes Eisele/AFP/Getty Images Global stocks rose slightly on Tuesday after investors digested the Fed's messages. Chairman Jerome Powell reiterated economic support and said the job market should pick up. Bitcoin continued to slide after China ordered banks to block crypto-related transactions. Sign up here for our daily newsletter, 10 Things Before the Opening Bell. Global stocks rose slightly on Tuesday even after a number of key Federal Reserve speakers reminded market particip...
Tags: Hong Kong, Europe, London, Youtube, China, Nikkei, Trends, Frankfurt, Bitcoin, Williams, Shanghai, Ubs, Deutsche Bank, Tokyo, Boris Johnson, Federal Reserve


Global stocks wobble as investors focus on post-pandemic era growth, while bitcoin continues to slide

Johannes Eisele/AFP/Getty Images Global stocks showed signs of choppiness on Tuesday after investors digested the Fed's messages. Chairman Jerome Powell reiterated economic support and said the job market should pick up. Bitcoin continued to slide after China ordered banks to block crypto-related transactions. Sign up here for our daily newsletter, 10 Things Before the Opening Bell. Global stocks wavered on Tuesday even after a number of key Federal Reserve speakers reminded market p...
Tags: Hong Kong, Europe, London, Youtube, China, Nikkei, Trends, Frankfurt, Bitcoin, Williams, Shanghai, Ubs, Deutsche Bank, Tokyo, Boris Johnson, Federal Reserve


Comment on broccoli slaw by April

Ok so… I watched your YouTube video on this and was intrigued. At first, I was not – because I’ve never been a broccoli salad person. Buuuut the toasted almonds, cranberries & red onion looked like this could be do-able for me. I made it, watched along with your video, and OMG….. it is so delicious!!!! And thanks for the tip on the broccoli stems. I will no longer throw those out, and what fun flower shapes! Thanks Deb, so happy you have a YouTube channel now!!!
Tags: Food, Youtube, Deb


YouTube: People Turned to Live, Simultaneous Viewing During the Pandemic

YouTube released a new Culture and Trends Report at Cannes Lions Monday that examined how people used video to connect and find community during the pandemic and zeroed in on three key trends for marketers. Google product marketing manager for YouTube ads marketing Gina Shalavi wrote in a blog post, "Feeling connected is a core...
Tags: Google, Youtube, Advertising, Cannes Lions, Social Pro Daily, Gina Shalavi


YouTube Shares Cannes Lions Edition of Ads Leaderboard

YouTube unveiled a special edition of its Ads Leaderboard for Cannes Lions, featuring the 10 most popular ads on its platform worldwide between June 1, 2020, and May 30, 2021. The Google-owned video site said the 10 ads tallied more than 635 million views globally, and they were chosen by an algorithm that factors in...
Tags: Google, Youtube, Advertising, Cannes Lions, Social Pro Daily, YouTube Shares Cannes Lions


BTS Spot for Hyundai Is No. 1 on YouTube Global Ad Ranking

BTS, record-breaking K-pop sensations, have claimed another title: The group’s appearance in Hyundai Motor Co.’s Earth Day-themed ad last year is No. 1 on YouTube’s latest global advertising leaderboard. The minimalist Hyundai spot, released in celebration of Earth Day 2020, features BTS members in natural settings, as part of the Korean automaker’s global hydrogen campaign. […]
Tags: Asia, News, Youtube, Hyundai, Cannes Lions, Bts, Hyundai Motor Co


Scotland’s Stephen O’Donnell on using Aston Villa star’s advice to get at Jack Grealish: ‘I love your calves’

 A series of quotes on the part of Scotland star Stephen O’Donnell have gone viral across social media on Sunday, after the stopper provided an insight into his efforts to deal with England’s Jack Grealish. Spoils shared O’Donnell and co. made the trip to Wembley on Friday night, for a crucial Euro 2020 outing.The Tartan Army headed into proceedings desperate to avoid a 2nd-straight defeat, after being put to the sword by the Czech Republic in the nation’s Group D opener.And, when all was said a...
Tags: UK, England, London, Youtube, Scotland, Sport, Czech Republic, Soccer, Aston Villa, Motherwell, Wembley, Romania, Gareth Southgate, John Stones, Harry Kane, Jack Grealish


Top Stories: Beats Studio Buds Announced, Apple Watch Series 7 Rumors, and More

The Apple news cycle started to move beyond WWDC this week, but that doesn't mean there still wasn't a lot to talk about, led by the official debut of the much-leaked Beats Studio Buds that might give us a hint of what to expect for the second-generation AirPods Pro. With no hardware announcements at WWDC, we also took a look at when we might finally see the long-rumored redesigned MacBook Pro models, while Apple this week launched its annual Back to School promo in the U.S. and Canada. Other...
Tags: Apple, Featured, Youtube, US, Bloomberg, Canada, United States, Top Stories, Mark Gurman, Wwdc, Macbook Pro, U S, Debby Wu, MacRumors Newsletter Each


‘I put my life savings in crypto’: how a generation of amateurs got hooked on high-risk trading

Online trading apps are drawing in novice investors willing to risk everything on volatile stocks. Do they really know what they’re doing?Noor is whispering so her boyfriend won’t hear her. The 30-something designer from London is down about £14,000 as a result of her decision to get into investing, in addition to another £8,000 profit she made on bitcoin last year, but then lost. Nobody knows the full extent of Noor’s losses – hence the whispering. “I feel so stupid,” she says. “I can’t talk ab...
Tags: London, Money, Internet, Youtube, Investments, US, Social Media, Investing, Life and style, E-commerce, Bitcoin, Reddit, Cryptocurrencies, Trump, Noor


YouTube Will Roll Out Picture-in-Picture Support to iOS Users Starting with Premium Subscribers

At long last, the YouTube app on iOS is getting picture-in-picture support, allowing users to continue watching videos in a small pop-up window while scrolling on their iPhones and iPads.Read more...
Tags: Iphone, Apple, Ios, Science, Youtube, Smartphones, Ipads, Software, Computing, Tablet Computers, Operating Systems, Ios 9, Alphabet Inc, iPad 2, YouTube Premium, Mobile Operating Systems


YouTube brings picture-in-picture to iOS users

Picture-in-picture comes to the YouTube app
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Should You Have a Portfolio: Regrets of a Single Tweet

Welp. Apparently I tweeted something yesterday that caused a small brushfire on Twitter. Since Twitter has a limit of character you can write, I wanted to take what i’ve learned and expand on it here. First, here’s the tweet: If you are a front end developer, PLEASE have a portfolio. When I evaluate front end devs it’s one of the first things I look for. — Jason Alba (@jasonalba) June 17, 2021 Seems like a pretty harmless statement. Turns out it was pretty, um. hurtful. This has gotten the w...
Tags: Youtube, Careers, Hermione, Welp, NDA, Personal Branding, Joe Job Seeker, JibberJobber, Jason Alba


YouTube Says iOS Picture-in-Picture Coming to All US Users

After a long wait, YouTube for iOS is officially gaining picture-in-picture support, allowing all users, non-premium and premium subscribers, to close the YouTube app and continue watching their video in a small pop-up window. In a statement to MacRumors, YouTube says that picture-in-picture is currently rolling out to all premium subscribers on iOS and that a larger rollout to all US iOS users will take place soon. It's worth noting, again, that this feature will be available to all users, d...
Tags: Youtube, US, MacRumors YouTube, YouTube Picture, Picture In Picture