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Using YouTube

Mar 23, 2010
Anthony Transou
 
Our computers have become multi-purpose tools, including an on-demand TV. The YouTube phenomenon has been around for a few years now (eons, in tech-time), and videos have become common on websites and as e-mail links. Do you watch them? 
 
Video hosting sights like YouTube contain incredible footage of your college team’s new recruit or the choreographed wedding dance surprises. But they also include information useful to the ag industry. For example, there’s this fall herbicide application video from Ag PhD on YouTube, or the video archive I help maintain on FarmAssist.com
 
If you like to get information as-needed, such videos can be very helpful. A basic search on YouTube can bring up all kinds of videos. But you always want to note the source. You will also find plenty of negative or questionable information, because anyone can post a video. If you want reliable information, you can visit a magazine or industry site you trust and look for their video archives.

What kind of videos do you find helpful? How long do you want them to be? And where do you want to find them?
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