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Catcallers, please think twice

“What kind of feminist shit is this!”Continue...

Examining the ethics of family vlogging

We’re all familiar with YouTube; boasting about every genre known, its videos range from beauty tips and toy unboxings to gaming videos and everything else in between. One genre which has cropped up in recent years is family vlogging, racking up millions of views and attracting a number of families to give the format a shot.Continue...

Hidden Gems: British Panel Shows are the best thing you’ve never heard of

If you turned on the television, or “tube,” in Britain, you’d find TV programs similar to those we have on this side of the pond. The Brits have many genres you’d recognize: sitcoms, dramas, sci-fi epics, and trashy reality shows. They also have delightfully odd crosses between a talk show and a game show called “panel shows.”Continue...

Gaels going viral: Four Queen’s YouTubers get candid

Apart from academics and part-time jobs, most Queen’s students pursue a handful of hobbies. From joining clubs that satisfy our interests to going for runs along the waterfront, we fill our spare time with simple activities that make us happy.Continue...

Thanks to online players, 'Dungeons & Dragons' makes a comeback

Vintage tabletop game Dungeons & Dragons isn’t fading into obscurity anytime soon.Continue...

How YouTube creates a community of learners amid controversy

Over the past year, it’s been hard to escape the detriments of YouTube.Continue...

Demonetization alone won’t solve YouTube’s content issues

When YouTube was launched as a video sharing site in 2005, it was meant to be a platform for anyone to create content free of charge.Continue...

New year, same YouTube

Less than a month ago, YouTube superstar Logan Paul rang in the new year by posting a video that featured a dead body hanging in Japan’s Aokigahara forest, a site commonly known for its high suicide rates.Continue...

Women videotaped speak out about Drunk Times Homecoming video

The Sunday after Homecoming, a video surfaced on YouTube and various Queen’s Facebook groups entitled “Drunk Times with College Girls: Queen’s Homecoming”, featuring a male in his twenties interviewing intoxicated students, particularly women.Continue...

QJ Pop: YouTube meets print

I like to picture the publishing industry as a middle-school girl just on the periphery of the cool kids.

She’s very ambitious, lovely and intelligent, but infinitely dependent on...Continue...

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