any website that puts ads inside a video player window is not deserving of my money. Thus, youtube will get none of it.
very much this. i want to support the authors, not a company that seems to be designed to fuck people over (newsflash: youtube is broken)loa said:I want to subscribe to the drunken peasants, jim sterling, total biscuit etc.
I DON'T want to subscribe to "youtube", hoping that google may or may not forward my subscription to the drunken peasants, jim sterling, total biscuit etc.
Googles track record of treating content creators doesn't make them trustworthy in that department at all.
Also I guess that means google will start blocking adblockers and possibly make ads even more obnoxious to "incentivize" people to subscribe to their "service" soon.
the problem with cable TV is that you pay for it to have no ads and it STILL has ads. Also that its severely outdated where you not only cannot pick content you want to watch, you cant even pick channels you like.Nurb said:I don't want the internet turning into cable TV. Cable TV is currently failing.