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YouTube Final Presentation

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Brent Hartman

on 4 May 2010

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Transcript of YouTube Final Presentation

YouTube How and what is YouTube used for?

YouTube is used to post videos online for all to see. People use YouTube to post personal things involving themselves, to post informational things such as walk throughs or guideline videos, and to communicate with each other. YouTube is used by having an internet connection and a quick and easy YouTube Account to post videos. If you have a computer capable of an internet connection, you can easily use YouTube to "broadcast yourself". Who uses YouTube?

Anyone can use YouTube. You can be any age, race, or gender. It does not matter who you are. There are no limitations that YouTube has that says someone cannot use their website. Once again, if you have an internet connection, you can use YouTube. Where is YouTube used?

YouTube is used on the internet. You can view YouTube's website with any internet connection capable of streaming video. These types of technologies would include computers, laptops, cell phones, etc. Pros/Advantages

easy access
can use to find information on How to's
free promotion to advertise yourself Intellectual Property Issue:

YouTube is related to the issue of intellectual property when it comes to the question of who owns the digital property. There is a thin line between who owns published works when they are posted on the Internet. There are many illegal copyrights and posts that are all under conflicts. The videos with copyright problems are even altered to mute music or even get removed from YouTube's website totally. The final question asked is, "Who owns what anymore?" Cons/Disadvantages

Once it is posted, it is out there forever
It is only on the internet, so if your internet is down you can't access YouTube
Copyright laws have forced YouTube to alter posted videos by deleting music used in videos that have been posted, resulting in the ruining of the video by muting it Is YouTube easy or difficult to use?

YouTube is deffinately very easy to use! All you have to do is type in keywords in a search box for something that you want to find a video for, and click on search. Millions of videos matching the keywords will show up as the results for the search. All you have to do then to view the video, is just simply click on it. Related Links to YouTube

http://ytbizblog.blogspot.com/ http://www.commonsensemedia.org/website-reviews/youtube http://www.blippr.com/apps/336658-YouTube
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