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The following is a summary of the review with responses by the author, Michael Strangelove. Unlike more frivolous commentators, such as Andrew Keen, Pevere treats the subject of Watching YouTube — amateur videographers — with the respect they often deserve. Pevere kindly acknowledges that I carefully avoid the often-seen error of proclaiming yet one more internet revolution.

Why write a book about something that is of no consequence? Having followed the internet and related media theory for almost twenty years now, I tried to make it clear in the text that I am not cut from the same cloth of techno-utopians or technological determinists.

There is money to be made in selling silicon snake oil to a public that wants a clear picture of the digital, networked future, but the reality is that most of YouTube and its future is still drawn in grainy low-resolution images. While YouTube is of great significance, we do not yet fully understand the nature of its significance, its final state, or all of its probable consequences. Yet the reviewer gets distracted by the entertainment value of YouTube and misses the main points about its social significance that I delineate in Watching YouTube, an issue to which we shall return shortly.

Nonetheless, he acknowledges that: [W]hat is shaping up there [on YouTube], to the tune of billions of user-made, -generated and -traded home videos, is what may be the most spectacular manifestation so far of the digital technology-driven shift from what has been called the old read-only RO technology to the new read-write RW forms of media. Rethink indeed. YouTube and amateur online videography more or less completely shatters the old coordinates of professionally-made, privately-owned, and broadcast-based that were used for close to a century to explain media, content, and audiences: But if the old.

Michael Strangelove has been called a "guru of Internet advertising" Wired and "the man who literally wrote the book on commercialization of the net" Canadian Business. Account Options Sign in. My library Help Advanced Book Search. Get print book.

Shop for Books on Google Play Browse the world's largest eBookstore and start reading today on the web, tablet, phone, or ereader. Michael Strangelove. In Watching YouTube , Michael Strangelove provides a broad overview of the world of amateur online videos and the people who make them. Strangelove, the Governor General Literary Award-nominated author that Wired Magazine called a 'guru of Internet advertising, ' describes how online digital video is both similar to and different from traditional home-movie-making and argues that we are moving into a post-television era characterized by mass participation.

Strangelove draws from television, film, cultural, and media studies to help define an entirely new field of research. Online practices of representation, confessional video diaries, gendered uses of amateur video, and debates over elections, religion, and armed conflicts make up the bulk of this groundbreaking study, which is supplemented by an online blog at strangelove. An innovative and timely study, Watching YouTube raises questions about the future of cultural memory, identity, politics, warfare, and family life when everyday representational practices are altered by four billion cameras in the hands of ordinary people.

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No eBook available Amazon. An anonymous musician plays Pachelbel's Canon on the electric guitar in a clip that has been viewed over sixty million times. The Dramatic Gopher is viewed over sixteen million times, as is a severely inebriated David Hasselhoff attempting to eat a hamburger. Over variations, parodies, and parodies-of-parodies are uploaded of Beyonce Knowles' Single Ladies dance.

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