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Offline drussell

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Re: List of demonetised EEVblog videos
« Reply #50 on: December 01, 2017, 02:44:58 am »
Point is, why can YT search algo return boobs and crimes videos mixed with EEVblog videos on a search for EEvblog videos? Clearly the YT algo has a hypocrisy mode if i use Chrome, FF and IE.  :)

There must be something up with your computer.  I would do some serious checking for viruses and malware (especially tracking stuff).  I tried searching for eevblog on several different (7 or 8 different places) computers yesterday at customer sites and such, places where there would be random previous history and never have gone to EEVblog before from that IP, different OSes, etc. both in private windows and their usual profiles.  Never once did it pull up anything weird.  EEVblog channel at the very top every time and a bunch of popular EEVblog videos below. 

I simply cannot reproduce anything even remotely like MT is seeing.
 

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Re: List of demonetised EEVblog videos
« Reply #51 on: December 01, 2017, 10:11:34 am »
I just did a search on "eevblog" using Chrome.

The top 29 results were for:
 - eevblog.com
 - Twitter
 - Youtube channel
 - Youtube video
 - Wikipedia
 - Patreon
 - Linkedin
 - Facebook
 - Hackaday
 - Flickr
 - Twitter
 - iTunes
 - Socialblade
 - Amazon
 - Kodi Wiki
 - Vimeo
 - Kickstarter
 - Teespring
 - Kodi
 - Meetup
 - Dailymotion
 - Pozible
 - Electronex
 - Podtail
 - Podchaser
 - forums.xilinx.com
 - aimtti.com
 - jeremyblum.com
 - Circuit Cellar

... and they were ALL for Dave.

The 30th entry was for a Thunderbird add-on "For fans of the EEVblog website" on addons.mozilla.org
 

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Re: List of demonetised EEVblog videos
« Reply #52 on: December 01, 2017, 04:49:03 pm »
I just did a search on "eevblog" using Chrome.

What do you mean "did a search using Chrome".  Were you searching google or something?!

I thought we were talking about going to youtube.com and then entering eevblog into the search box...  On youtube...  Searching on youtube.  Why would it say anything about twitter...  or kodi...  or wikipedia?!  I've never seen YouTube try to redirect me to Wikipedia!

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Re: List of demonetised EEVblog videos
« Reply #53 on: December 01, 2017, 06:11:41 pm »
Sorry.

I meant a Google search using the Chrome browser.
 

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Re: List of demonetised EEVblog videos
« Reply #54 on: December 01, 2017, 06:32:21 pm »
Dave also has another channel which I either recently discovered again or completely forgot about, don't tell anybody I mentioned it. There are also a couple of included electronics episodes which as far as I know are not on either of the main channels.

Altzone Videos.
http://www.youtube.com/user/Altzone/videos
One smart cookie, better make that two for good measure.
 

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Re: List of demonetised EEVblog videos
« Reply #55 on: December 01, 2017, 06:34:53 pm »
Doing a search on Youtube for "eevblog" gives me an Ad for Cloudberry, followed by this:

EEVblog #1043 - Mailbag
eevBLAB #40 - Let's Talk About My Content
EEVblog #1042 - Siglent's $499 SDS1104X-E 4CH Oscilloscope Teardown
MCAD Shootout! - Rhino vs Solidworks vs OnShape
EEVblog #1041 - Keysight Calibration Lab Tour
EEVblog #1040 - Caesium Beam Frequency Standards
EEVblog #1039 - Keysight Metrology Standards Lab
EEVblog #607 - Agilent B2912A Source Measure Unit SMU Teardown
EEVblog #555 - 555 Timer Kit
EEVblog #717 - How To Hack Vacuum Fluorescent Displays
EEVblog #859 - Bypass Capacitor Tutorial
EEVblog #600 - OpAmps Tutorial - What is an Operational Amplifier?
EEVblog #1034 - Mailbag
EEVblog #1042 - Siglent's $499 SDS1104X-E 4CH Oscilloscope Teardown
EEVblog #1035 - Flaming DIY Power Supply!
EEVblog #1038 - Uni-T UPO2104CS Oscilloscope Teardown
EEVblog #993 - Mailbag
EEVblog #984 - World's Best Dumpster Find! ($300k!)
EEVblog #1003 - Mailbag
EEVblog #837 - Reverse Engineering A Valve Headphone Amplifier
EEVblog #1030 - $20 DIY Bench Power Supply!
EEVblog #1020 - Is A $7 LCR / Component Tester Any Good?
EEVblog #1032 Part 1 - John Kenny Keysight Interview
EEVblog #180 - Soldering Tutorial Part 1 - Tools
EEVblog 121GW Custom Multimeter Prototype Unboxing
EEVblog #927 - Insane Jaycar Dumpster Sale!
EEVblog #1043 - Mailbag
eevBLAB #40 - Let's Talk About My Content
EEVblog #1037 - Solving Ceramic Capacitor Cracking
EEVblog #671 - White Van Speaker Scam Teardown
EEVblog #887 - The Economics Of Selling Hardware
EEVblog #1019 - Mailbag
EEVblog #1028 - What's All This PC/104 Stuff Anyhow?
EEVblog #414 - Apple Macintosh SE Teardown
EEVblog #1014 - Masterlock Bluetooth Padlock Teardown
EEVblog #1027 - Implantable NeuroStimulator Teardown
EEVblog #2 - Burden Voltage, HP Multimeter review
EEVblog #954 - How To Setup An Electronics Lab For $300
EEVblog #762 - How Secure Are Electronic Safe Locks?
EEVblog #991 - Mailbag
EEVblog #b10000000000 - 1K Micro Magic
EEVblog #1022 - How To Find A $50 Oscilloscope On Ebay - REDUX
EEVblog #998 - How To Program ESP8266 WiFi With Arduino
EEVblog #598 - Sony DME7000 Video Multi Effects Processor Teardown
EEVblog #1033 - Sony WatchCam Pocket Flat CRT Monitor Teardown
EEVblog #982 - HP54616B 500MHz Oscilloscope REPAIR
EEVblog #1036 - PSU Fire PCB Repair
EEVblog #1026 - Mystery Dumpster Diving PC
EEVblog #1032 Part 2 - John Kenny Keysight Interview
EEVblog #980 - RoboMaid Automated Vacuum Cleaner Teardown
EEVblog #1013 - Mailbag
EEVblog #999 - Youtube Silver Award Live Subscription Counter!
EEVblog #748 - How Do Transistors Work?
EEVblog #1012 - Best Bargain Ebay Bench Meter? - Fluke 8842A
EEVblog #1029 - BGA PCB Fanout
EEVblog #1017 - Enter The World Of Atto Amps
EEVblog #1041 - Keysight Calibration Lab Tour
EEVblog #1025 - Minute Physics + Bill Nye Promoting Rayton Solar
EEVblog #1021 - Retro Radio Shack TRS-80 Color Computer
EEVblog #1039 - Keysight Metrology Standards Lab
EEVblog #138 - Top 5 Tips for Graduate Engineers
EEVblog #996 - What Is The CE Mark On A Product?
EEVblog #1002 - Trump's Solar Freakin' Wall DEBUNKED!
EEVblog #1001 - uBeam Ultrasonic Wireless Charging DEBUNKED!
EEVblog #1032 Part 3 - John Kenny Keysight Interview
EEVblog #1015 - Beware Evil (But Clever) DC Jacks!
EEVblog #1040 - Caesium Beam Frequency Standards
EEVblog #955 - World's First Portable Computer Teardown
EEVblog #938 - Tesla Solar Roofs - Are They Viable?
EEVblog #859 - Bypass Capacitor Tutorial
EEVblog #951 - Mailbag
EEVblog #994 - CERN/Fermilab Particle Accelerator Boards!
EEVblog #884 - EEVBlog BM235 Multimeter REPAIR
EEVblog #959 - How Much I Make On Youtube REVEALED!
EEVblog #1031 - $25 DPS3003 PSU Module Characterisation
EEVblog #790 - Lecroy Wavejet 354 Touch Oscilloscope Teardown
EEVblog #919 - How To Charge Li-Ion/LiPo Batteries With A Power Supply
eevBLAB #38 - Digikey & The US Government Watchlist!
EEVblog #964 - Mailbag
MCAD Shootout! - Rhino vs Solidworks vs OnShape
EEVblog #926 - Introduction To The Oscilloscope
EEVblog #1009 - Voltage vs Power vs Energy
EEVblog #595 - World's Worst Shittiest Camcorder: Teardown
EEVblog #541 - Mailbag
EEVblog #831 - Power A Micro With No Power Pin!
EEVblog #861 - Rigol DP832 PSU FAIL & REPAIR
EEVblog #110 - Let's Design a DC to DC Switchmode Converter
EEVblog #975 - Human vs Autorouter
EEVblog #440 - Atten PPS3205T-3S Triple Output Power Supply Teardown
New EEVblog Lab!
EEVblog #751 - How To Debunk A Product (The Batteriser)
EEVblog #941 - Schmitt Trigger Tutorial
EEVblog #517 - Car Airbag Controller Teardown
EEVblog #42 - Exploding Capacitors in High Speed
EEVblog #1004 - Owon XDS3202A 14bit Oscilloscope Teardown
EEVblog #874 - World's Oldest Electronics Hobbyist!
EEVblog #709 - EDC 4601 AC Voltage Standard Teardown
EEVblog #419 - Thermocouple Tutorial
EEVblog #986 - Mailbag
EEVblog #463 - More Dumpster Diving
EEVblog #509 - Rigol DP832 Lab Power Supply
EEVblog #453 - Mysteries of x1 Oscilloscope Probes Revealed
EEVblog #1006 - Trezor Bitcoin Hardware Wallet Teardown
EEVblog #1032 Part 4 - John Kenny Keysight Interview
EEVblog #448 - New PICkit 4 & AVR Dragon
EEVblog #480 - 300MHz Owon SDS Oscilloscope
EEVblog #450 - Ebay Unboxing
EEVblog #813 - Mailbag
EEVblog #127 - PCB Design For Manufacture Tutorial - Part 1
EEVblog #971 - Zero Standby Power TV - BUSTED!
EEVblog #279 - How NOT To Blow Up Your Oscilloscope!
EEVblog #852 - Multimeter Mass Turbulence
EEVblog #427 - HP 3478A Multimeter Teardown
EEVblog #221 - Lab Power Supply Design - Part 1
EEVblog #168 - How To Set Up An Electronics Lab
EEVblog #278 - Elmo Visual Presenter Teardown
EEVblog #506 - IR Remote Control Arduino Protocol Tutorial
EEVblog #939 - How Is A PCB Manufactured?
EEVBlog #930 - Mailbag
My New Youtube Channel BANNED!
EEVblog #176 - Lithium Ion/Polymer Battery Charging Tutorial
EEVblog #828 - Siglent SPD3303X Precision Lab PSU Teardown
EEVblog #712 - Uni-T UT71E Multimeter (Why Uni-T Meters Suck)
EEVblog #822 - World's Worst Tablet Computer Teardown
EEVblog #596 - World's Cheapest Soldering Station - Yihua 936
EEVblog #363 - Gold Phone Teardown
EEVblog #754 - Altium Circuit Maker First Impressions
EEVblog #340 - USB 3.0 Eye Diagram Measurement
EEVblog #26 - Multimeter Tutorial - Counts, Accuracy, Resolution & Calibration
EEVblog #961 - Monkey Debouncing
EEVblog #45 - Arduino, PICAXE, and idiot assembler programmers
EEVblog #528 - Opamp Input Noise Voltage Tutorial
EEVblog #132 - Delusional Dyson Marketing
EEVblog #632 - Solar Roadways Are BULLSHIT!
EEVblog #502 - $19 Hameg Analog Oscilloscope
EEVblog #315 - Korad KA3005P Review/FAIL
EEVblog #797 - Siglent SDS1000X Oscilloscope Review
EEVblog #818 - Embedded Electronics With Jack Ganssle
EEVblog #946 - Apple (Raspberry) Pi Cluster - PART 2
EEVblog #270 - µCurrent Test Jig
EEVblog #567 - Precision 1A Current Source
EEVblog #43 - Fluke 233 Multimeter Review
EEVblog #54 - Electronics - When I was a boy...
EEVblog #775 - Mailbag
EEVblog #676 - RANT: FTDI Bricking Counterfeit Chips!
EEVblog #908 - Zener Diodes
EEVblog #906 - Mailbag
EEVblog #338 - DIY Electric Bike
EEVblog #230 - ArduCopter ArduPilot Troubleshooting
EEVblog #972 - Operating Chips Outside Their Spec
EEVblog #575 - DIY 1970s Spectrum Analyser
EEVblog #486 - Does Current Flow Through A Capacitor?
EEVblog #495 - World's First DSLR Camera - Kodak DCS315 Teardown
EEVblog #334 - History of PDA's in Teardowns
EEVblog #935 - Solar Roadways Installation BUSTED!
EEVblog #49 - Decibels (dB's) for Engineers - A Tutorial
EEVblog #843 - David's rPrint 3D Printer Design
EEVblog #978 - Keysight 1000X Oscilloscope Hacked!
EEVblog #397 - Turnigy Accucell 6 Charger Teardown
EEVblog #733 - Mailbag
EEVblog #213 - New EEVblog Lab Tour
EEVblog #789 - Batteriser Monkey BUSTED!
EEVblog #847 - Mailbag
EEVblog #686 - Mailbag
EEVblog #536 - HP35670A DSA Repair
EEVblog #947 - Chronos High Speed Camera Review
EEVblog #970 - Mailbag
EEVblog #854 - B52 Bomber Automatic Astro Compass Teardown
EEVblog #569 - Tour of an Analog TV Transmission Facility
EEVblog #717 - How To Hack Vacuum Fluorescent Displays
EEVblog #771 - Electronic Safe Lock Powerline Attack Part 2
EEVblog #845 - Oscilloscope FFT Comparison
EEVblog #922 - Mailbag
EEVblog #378 - Dumpster Diving Teardown Repair
EEVblog #247 - Anti Static Bag Myth Revisted
EEVblog #765 - LED Panel Lighting Switching Noise
EEVblog #27 - More Engineering Job Interview Tips!
EEVblog #659 - Medical Plugpack Teardown
EEVBlog #438 - Amiga 500 Retro Computer Teardown
EEVblog #314 - Korad KA3005P PSU Teardown
EEVblog #836 - Tour Of The Australian Synchrotron
EEVblog #788 - Apple IIC Teardown
EEVblog #525 - Bank Note Acceptor Teardown
EEVblog #559 - Auction Score
EEVblog #662- How & Why to use Integration on an Oscilloscope
EEVblog #72 - Let's Design a Product
EEVblog #948 - Nixie Tube Display Project - Part 1
EEVblog #692 - Digilent Analog Discovery Review
EEVblog #380 - Sony CCD Sensor Teardown
EEVblog #557 - Retro Sinclair ZX Spectrum Computer Teardown
EEVblog #75 - Digital Multimeter Buying Guide for Beginners
EEVblog #306 - Jim Williams Pulse Generator
EEVblog #763 - Dumpster Plasma TV Bad Cap Repair
EEVblog #262 - World's Simplest Soft Latching Power Switch Circuit
EEVblog #388 - Fake Apple USB Charger Teardown
EEVblog #267 - Voltage Detection Stick Teardown
EEVblog #655 - Auction Score
EEVblog #600 - OpAmps Tutorial - What is an Operational Amplifier?
EEVblog #675 - How To Reverse Engineer A Rigol DS1054Z
EEVblog #674 - Rigol DS1054Z Teardown
EEVblog #724 - Home Solar Power System Analysis & Update
EEVblog #60 - Fluke 117 Multimeter Review and Teardown
Amazon Kindle Fire Tablet Teardown - EEVblog #219
EEVblog #253 - KiCAD Install & Schematic - First Impressions
EEVblog #532 - Silicon Chip Wafer Fab Mailbag
EEVblog #685 - What Is Oscilloscope AC Trigger Coupling?
EEVblog #679 - How To Build A Small Electronics Work Bench
EEVblog #61 - Crystal Oscillator Drift
EEVblog #381 - How Do Ultrasonic Delay Lines Work?
EEVblog #629 - How To Design a Microphone Preamplifier
EEVblog #29 - Audiophile Audiophoolery
EEVblog #102 - DIY Constant Current Dummy Load for Power Supply and Battery Testing
EEVblog #282 - DIY Video Soldering Microscope
EEVblog #855 - Ceramic Capacitor Piezoelectric Effect
EEVblog #958 - Mailbag
EEVblog #441 - How To Track Down Common Mode Noise
EEVblog #981 (EEVacademy #1) - Introduction To Digital Logic
EEVblog #487 - Tekway DST1102B Oscilloscope Review
EEVblog #602 - Introduction to Microphones
EEVBlog #792 - Lecroy Wavejet Touch 354 Oscilloscope Review
EEVblog #452 - Stanford Research SR430 Teardown
EEVblog #868 - Keysight U1282A Multimeter Torture Test
EEVblog #491 - Nintendo 64 Game Console Teardown
EEVblog #737 - World's Biggest Collection Of Electronics Components
EEVblog #635 - FPGA's Vs Microcontrollers
EEVblog #747 - PC Based Logic Analyser Project
EEVblog #901 - Raspberry Pi 3 Photoflash Problem
EEVBlog #819 - Kirchhoff's Laws Tutorial
EEVblog #979 - Mailbag
EEVblog #130 - The µCalc Credit Card Scientific Calculator / Computer
EEVblog #713 - Voice Recognition - 1980's Style
EEVblog #490 - Peak Detector Circuit
EEVblog #1 - Rigol DS1052E Oscilloscope Review
EEVblog #739 - Ebay Hardware Tin Collection
EEVblog #303 - Photocopier Extreme Teardown
EEVblog #826 - Siglent CEO Eric Qin Visits The EEVblog Lab
EEVblog #743 - Solar Roadways Test Results
EEVblog #840 - Yamaha M3000 Mixing Console Teardown
EEVblog #7 - Electronics Engineering Job Interview tips galore
EEVblog #658 - Mailbag
EEVblog #714 - Metal Detector Reverse Engineering
EEVblog #820 - Mesh & Nodal Circuit Analysis Tutorial
EEVblog #542 - ZD985 Desoldering Station
EEVblog #900 - STM32 ARM Development Board
EEVblog #183 - Soldering Tutorial Part 2
EEVblog #573 - Mailbag
EEVblog #444 - Car Lane Guidance Camera Teardown
EEVblog #963 - Batteriser / Batteroo Passive Toy Test!
EEVblog #782 - The Dangers Of Reflow Soldering
EEVblog #422 - How To Calibrate A Calibrator
EEVblog #903 - HP85 Vintage Computer Teardown
EEVblog #719 - Sony Low Noise Audiophile SDXC Memory Card
EEVblog #606 - Mailbag
EEVblog #832 - Keysight U1282A Multimeter Teardown
EEVblog #317 - PCB Tinning Myth Busting
EEVblog #33 1of2 - Capacitor Tutorial (Electrolytic, Tantalum, & Plastic Film)
EEVblog #638 - Apollo Saturn V LVDC Testing
EEVblog #711 - Mailbag
EEVblog #649 - Power Designs 2005 PSU Teardown
EEVblog #561 - Mailbag
EEVblog #347 - Bad Cap LCD Monitor Repair
EEVblog #398 - Lecroy 9384C Oscilloscope Repair
EEVblog #212 - DIY Decade Resistance Substitution Boxes
EEVblog #415 - SMD Stencil Reflow Soldering Tutorial
EEVblog #860 - Mailbag
EEVblog #544 - Fluke 5450A Resistance Calibrator Teardown
EEVblog #470 - Agilent N9344C 20GHz Spectrum Analyser Teardown
EEVblog #284 - Braun Toothbrush Teardown
EEVblog #646 - Gravity Detection Using A Frequency Counter!
EEVblog #801 - How To Design A Digital Clock
EEVblog #485 - Agilent TrueVolt 34461A Multimeter Teardown
EEVblog #883 - Orange Pi One vs Raspberry Pi 2
EEVblog #601 - Why Digital Oscilloscopes Appear Noisy
EEVblog #842 - Rohde & Schwarz HMO1202 Oscilloscope Teardown
EEVblog #962 - Hacking A Calculator Into A Counter
EEVblog #254 - KiCAD PCB First Impressions
EEVBlog #543 - PCB VIA Current Investigation
EEVblog #881 - Fontus Self Filling Water Bottle BUSTED!
EEVblog #645 - TRS-80 Model I Retro Computer Teardown
EEVblog #721 - Globalstar Satellite Phone Teardown
EEVblog #770 - Rockband 3 Stratocaster Guitar Teardown
EEVblog #140 - Battery Capacity Tutorial
EEVblog #360 - Rigol DS2000 Oscilloscope Teardown
EEVblog #281 - BK Precision 8500 Electronic Load Teardown
EEVblog #436 - Saleae USB Logic Analyser Review & Teardown
EEVblog #708 - Free Energy Overunity BULLSHIT!
EEVblog #636 - FPGA Demo Boards - DE0 Nano
EEVblog #499 - What is JTAG and Boundary Scan?
EEVblog #272 - Manson 9400 40A 3-15V Switchmode PSU Teardown
EEVblog #337 - HSC School Electronics Projects
EEVblog #411 - MiniPro TL866 Universal Programmer Review
EEVblog #625 - Retro Teardown: Sony's First Digital Camera
EEVblog #841 - Microchip MPLAB X PICkit 3 Woes
EEVblog #549 - Rigol DP832 Lab Power Supply Followup
EEVblog #94 - Near Death Multimeter Experience
EEVblog #320 - Mailbag Monday
EEVblog #611 - Electret Microphone Design
EEVblog #382 - Cambridge Z88 Teardown
EEVblog #395 - World's Most Expensive Hard Drive Teardown
EEVblog #902 - Solar Roadways Route 66 BUSTED!
EEVblog #689 - Back To The Future Time Circuits Troubleshooting
EEVblog #472 - JBC CD-2BB Soldering Iron Teardown
EEVblog #373 - Multimeter Input Protection Tutorial
EEVblog #562 - More SMD Oven Reflow
EEVBlog #426 - HP 3457A Multimeter Teardown
EEVblog #410 - Microtek 8086 In-Circuit Emulator Teardown
EEVblog #554 - Sinclair FTV1 TV80 Flat Screen Pocket TV Teardown
EEVblog #687 - EFTPOS PIN Pad Terminal Teardown
EEVblog #916 - Work Bench Lighting From A Dumpster LCD TV
EEVblog #504 - UPS Tutorial & Teardown
EEVblog #585 - Lab Bench ESD Matting Upgrade + Tagarno HD Microscope
EEVblog #167 - Atten 858D Hot Air Rework Review
EEVblog #264 - SMD PCB Pick & Place Machine Assembly
EEVblog #366 - USB PSU Troubleshooting
EEVblog #731 - Keithley DMM7510 7.5 Digit Multimeter Teardown
EEVblog #255 - DIPtrace PCB CAD - First Impressions
EEVblog #346 - MLF/QFN SMD Reflow Soldering
EEVblog #681 - More Solar Roadways BULLSHIT!
EEVblog #857 - High Speed Camera Fun
EEVblog #211 - IET Decade Resistance Substitution Box
EEVblog #746 - Sharp X68000 Retro Computer Teardown
EEVblog #594 - How To Measure Power Supply Ripple & Noise
EEVblog #51 - A tour of the EEVblog Electronics Lab
EEVblog #313 - Bus Pirate LCD Debugging
EEVblog #460 - Mailbag - Plasma Speaker
EEVBlog #704 - Rigol DS1054Z Oscilloscope Features Review
EEVblog #389 - Casio Calculator Investigation
EEVblog #33 2of2 - Capacitor Tutorial (Ceramics and impedance)
EEVblog #633 - Mailbag
EEVblog #612 - Mailbag
EEVblog #634 - Analog Multimeter Teardowns
EEVblog #787 - Mailbag
EEVblog #186 - Soldering Tutorial Part 3 - Surface Mount
EEVblog #616 - How Microphone Phantom Powering Works
EEVblog #917 - Mailbag
EEVblog #620 - Repair: Stanford Research SR650 Programmable Filter
EEVblog #816 - Chinon Film Camera Teardown
EEVblog #545 - Vintage Design Rant
EEVblog #451 - Rigol DS1052E vs DS2072 Oscilloscope
EEVblog #390 - Mantis Elite Microscope Review
EEVblog #592 - Mailbag
EEVblog #568 - Solderless Breadboard Capacitance
EEVblog#160 - 555 Timer Easter Egg?
EEVblog #503 - RoboWars 2013
EEVblog #430 - Fluke 91 Scopemeter Teardown
EEVblog #90 - Linear and LDO regulators and Switch Mode Power Supply Tutorial
EEVblog #228 - New Lab Progress...
EEVblog #84 - High Energy Multimeter Destruction
EEVblog #660 - Electrocardiogram (ECG) Experiments
EEVblog #583 - Wyong HAM Radio Field Day 2014
EEVblog #215 - Gaussian Resistors
EEVblog #965 - The (Autodesk) Eagle Has Crashed
EEVBlog Brymen BM235 Multimeter Review
EEVBlog #862 - BK Precision 8601 DC Electronic Load
EEVblog #827 - Mailbag
EEVblog #91 - $50 Multimeter Shootout - Extech EX330, Amprobe AM220, Elenco, Vichy VC99, GS Pro-50
EEVblog #618 - Mailbag
EEVblog #896 - Space Electronics
EEVblog #216 - Gaussian Resistor Redux
EEVblog #458 - Industrial Computer
EEVblog #155 - ITead Studio PCB Prototype Goof
EEVblog #507 - The First ARM Processor Computer - Acorn Archimedes A3000
EEVblog #391 - Rigol DSA815 Spectrum Analyser Teardown
EEVblog #701 - Keysight 3000T Oscilloscope Review
EEVblog #858 - Red Pitaya
EEVblog #693 - AVO Transistor Analyser Teardown
EEVblog #726 - Dual Xeon Video Editing Machine Build
EEVblog #482 - Retro Iskra Multimeter Teardown
EEVblog #235 - Rubidium Frequency Standard
EEVblog #609 - Condenser Microphone Design Tutorial
EEVblog #768 - Cordless Anti-Static Wristbands BUSTED!
EEVblog #678 - What is a PCB Spark Gap?
EEVblog #133 - Dodgy Digikey Components
EEVblog #722 - Mailbag
EEVblog #848 - Home Energy Savers BUSTED!
EEVblog #552 - DFM Automated PCB Panel Testing
Open Source Hardware Explained - EEVblog #195
EEVblog #808 - Fluke 196 Scopemeter Repair
EEVBlog #473 - Microcontroller Voltage Doubler
EEVblog #46 - Gossen Metrawatt Xtra Multimeter Review
EEVblog #66 - Death & Destruction of a Fluke Multimeter
EEVblog #950 - Nixie Tube Display Project - Part 2
EEVblog #850 - French Wattway Solar Roadways BUSTED!
EEVblog #191 - Mouse Trap Triggering
EEVblog #617 - Tektronix Oscilloscope Anomaly
EEVblog #170 - Agilent U1272A Multimeter FAIL
EEVblog #867 - The Search For The First TTL Chip
EEVblog #891 - Siglent SSA3021X vs Rigol DSA815 Spectrum Analyser
Microchip Response to PICkit 3 Review from EEVblog #39
EEVblog #353 - Mailbag
EEVblog #738 - Yamaha DME32 Digital Mixer Teardown
EEVblog #872 - Mailbag
EEVblog #588 - How To Do PCB Production Testing
EEVblog #312 - Photocopier Teardown Follow-up
EEVblog #39 - Microchip PICkit 3 Programmer/Debugger Review
EEVblog #105 - Electronics Thermal Heatsink Design Tutorial
EEVblog #759 - Mailbag
EEVblog #776 - World's Smallest Digital Dosimeter
EEVblog #825 - Your Printer Is Spying On You!
EEVblog #41 - Pigs fly at Microchip in HD
New EEVblog Lab Time Lapse Build
EEVblog #396 - Bode Plotting on Your Osciloscope
EEVBlog #408 - Schmart Board 0.4mm QFN SMD Soldering
EEVblog #432 - Brymen Multimeters
EEVblog #779 - Batteriser: How To Measure Battery Cutoff Voltage
EEVblog #648 - Mailbag
EEVblog #250 - Anti-Static Mat Myth
EMC RF Anechoic Test Facility Tour - EEVblog #202
EEVblog #181 - Dead Bug Prototype Soldering
EEVblog #579 - Precision Low Current Source
EEVblog #538 - HP35670A DSA Repair - Part 2
EEVblog #287 - Handifax 1000 Teardown
EEVblog #652 - Oscilloscope & Function Generator Measurement Trap
EEVblog #663 - Compucorp 322G Calculator Teardown
EEVblog #266 - Mailbag
EEVblog #63 - Microchip PIC vs Atmel AVR
EEVblog #812 - Varta 15min NiMH Charger Part 2
EEVblog #124 - A Tour of Apex Electronics
EEVblog #683 - Rigol DS1000Z & DS2000 Oscilloscope Jitter Problems
EEVblog #590 - DIYINHK 1080P HD USB Soldering Microscope Review + Tagarno FHD ZIP
EEVblog #684 - Ness SMT Manufacturing & Assembly Factory Tour
EEVblog #374 - DIY Multimeter Calibration
EEVblog #368 - EPIRB Teardown
EEVblog #696 - Apple Lisa Retro Computer Teardown
EEVblog #323 - Rigol Scratch'n'Sniff
EEVblog #839 - Mailbag
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Is this what you meant?

I thought we were talking about going to youtube.com and then entering eevblog into the search box...  On youtube...  Searching on youtube.  Why would it say anything about twitter...  or kodi...  or wikipedia?!  I've never seen YouTube try to redirect me to Wikipedia!
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Re: List of demonetised EEVblog videos
« Reply #56 on: December 06, 2017, 02:29:48 pm »
Another one

 

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Re: List of demonetised EEVblog videos
« Reply #57 on: December 06, 2017, 09:38:29 pm »
The craziest thing is that anything religious is allowed, even if it's sick shit like this:

VIDEO REMOVED

Not even an age advisory on it.  :-X

Would be an interesting experiment to see if a video of a dead mouse being nailed to a plank would be pulled. If yes, why is this allowed?  :-//

No offence intended to non BDSM-oriented Christians, BTW.
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Re: List of demonetised EEVblog videos
« Reply #58 on: December 06, 2017, 10:47:51 pm »
I recommend the transcripts to everyone

"pulled out of my ass 40mm thank you"
"the primum ones are just more rubbery the the the trout on the end"
"that's why I haven't really whipped them"

 

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Re: List of demonetised EEVblog videos
« Reply #59 on: December 07, 2017, 05:34:46 am »
Thought everyone would be interested to know that it isn't just fun words like Dave uses.

Here a link to one of a series of public service video's updating the Oroville dam repair in California that have been made by a guy that never says any thing bad.  He mentions his youtube problems at about 17:06.

 
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Re: List of demonetised EEVblog videos
« Reply #60 on: December 07, 2017, 05:37:30 am »
Crazy, I wonder what algorithm they use to decide it.
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Re: List of demonetised EEVblog videos
« Reply #61 on: December 07, 2017, 09:12:42 am »
Here a link to one of a series of public service video's updating the Oroville dam repair in California that have been made by a guy that never says any thing bad.  He mentions his youtube problems at about 17:06.

Yeah, Juan Browne has had by far the most informative coverage of the situation, yet falls victim to YouTube's sillyness.  Absolutely absurd!
 

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Re: List of demonetised EEVblog videos
« Reply #62 on: December 07, 2017, 12:00:30 pm »
This was possibly the most inexplicable example I have seen. (which is still not that many)
I think his point about loss of the first spike in viewing and hence ad revenue should mean YT must introduce a method to get the video processed before the video is made public.

That is exactly what many creators seem to be doing right now.  They're posting their videos, unlisted, for several days to allow the algorithm to flag the video, request a manual review, get it re-monetized, then release it publicly.
 

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Re: List of demonetised EEVblog videos
« Reply #63 on: December 07, 2017, 12:41:20 pm »
Yep, that is exactly what I have been doing, and recommending to others to do.

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Re: List of demonetised EEVblog videos
« Reply #64 on: December 07, 2017, 09:24:00 pm »
That blancolino example is hard, i knew his videos as well, impossible for me to tell why youtube would do that.

OTOH youtube seems to try automating moderation, wasn´t there something on the news about someone making big claims about doing so a while back? I thought here. I moderate next to 20-50 others in a huge forum (>2,8M users, ~10k posts/d) as well and know the challenges associated with that, in short: forget it, even for solely text based content with user generated alarms there is always wisdom/reasoning/fact checking required to solve disputes. Thanks to libwwwperl I can and do automate a few things regarding sorting of content, but it will always be fuzzy and requires human oversight, otherwise it will go crazy - of course my solutions are nowhere near a semantic analysis approach of google, but i do the work manually on a daily basis.
I.e.: If one user ill-advises people and another loses temper and calls BS on that... the algorithm (or moderators with a low specific weight between ears) might probably try to keep the nicer sounding explanation and that creates a nice little echo chamber full of manure. I guess rise of such ecosystems in certain communities explains why e.g. Thunderf00t @ youtube has so much to do these days :-)

It´s hard to tell if youtube is inclined to do something about that algorithm going wild, they seem to still monetize off the video.

Many have failed in trying to work without content moderation of some form, if they are not outright ignoring any problem and get a big slap and a fine by a judge for having done so. Facebook, Twitter or Google all met a legal barrier of some form for whatever ill content people do upload. It is the base of why some even started to become so fast so big, they rushed these legal issues and never cared about such things that would give other people nightmares about what they publish.
Of course Freedom of speech is a thing in most countries, but it is that usually toward the government or between each other at your own cost, not limitless on a private entity´s server that takes a publishers role. It would be like suing a newspaper for not printing/publishing whatever you wanted them to print/publish.

Criticism of these companies should in my mind however also regard that youtube does host content for free, even if not monetized. See e.g. this by Louis Rossmann.
 

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Re: List of demonetised EEVblog videos
« Reply #65 on: December 09, 2017, 08:56:59 am »
Another one.
And before people ask, no I can't just upload the video and wait a bit and then file dispute before releasing. It seems to take a day or two after release to trigger it.

 

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Re: List of demonetised EEVblog videos
« Reply #66 on: December 09, 2017, 10:32:34 am »
Dave - Do you have any stats on your videos to show the monetisation value of a video on a daily basis - perhaps views per day for, say 30days.  I would imagine the first days after release would show a climb as people became aware, followed by a period of significant numbers and then falling over time.

The thought that occurs to me is that this demonetisation sounds like the perfect recipe to chop out some revenue from the most valuable period of a video's release.

I would be curious to see a bar chart of views per day - with the demonetised days (as you might typically experience) in a different bar colour.
 

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Re: List of demonetised EEVblog videos
« Reply #67 on: December 09, 2017, 11:10:34 am »
If it hasn't already been done somebody should make a completely inane and inaudible video like record a clock for ten minutes or something and see if it gets demonised by these evil fiends.
One smart cookie, better make that two for good measure.
 

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Re: List of demonetised EEVblog videos
« Reply #68 on: December 09, 2017, 11:15:51 am »
More!

 

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Re: List of demonetised EEVblog videos
« Reply #69 on: December 09, 2017, 12:16:15 pm »
Another one.
And before people ask, no I can't just upload the video and wait a bit and then file dispute before releasing. It seems to take a day or two after release to trigger it.



What about uploading it, letting it go live for a couple of minutes, then making it unlisted, to see if that causes the demonetized issue to show up?

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Re: List of demonetised EEVblog videos
« Reply #70 on: December 09, 2017, 12:21:46 pm »
None of mine seem to have been affected - maybe the auto-transcript thing can't understand what I'm saying..!
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Re: List of demonetised EEVblog videos
« Reply #71 on: December 09, 2017, 12:24:00 pm »
Another one.
And before people ask, no I can't just upload the video and wait a bit and then file dispute before releasing. It seems to take a day or two after release to trigger it.



What about uploading it, letting it go live for a couple of minutes, then making it unlisted, to see if that causes the demonetized issue to show up?
Not sure how that would help as making it public sends out the notification emails, so wouldn't affect the view profile of subscribers
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Re: List of demonetised EEVblog videos
« Reply #72 on: December 09, 2017, 12:28:22 pm »
More!


Well, if you are going to make videos that show bias, you must expect trouble.  :)

Seriously, from some of the things I've seen recently, "bias" could well be a trigger word.
 

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Re: List of demonetised EEVblog videos
« Reply #73 on: December 09, 2017, 12:29:04 pm »
Another one.
And before people ask, no I can't just upload the video and wait a bit and then file dispute before releasing. It seems to take a day or two after release to trigger it.



What about uploading it, letting it go live for a couple of minutes, then making it unlisted, to see if that causes the demonetized issue to show up?
Not sure how that would help as making it public sends out the notification emails, so wouldn't affect the view profile of subscribers

Not everyone uses email notifications, I don’t, I just thought doing that would reduce the impact, those that get notified will see it, if it gets hit then at least less views will be demonetized, so ithose that view it from twitter notifications or browsing to the channel/Subscriptions page will watch it later after the demonetization is fixed.

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Re: List of demonetised EEVblog videos
« Reply #74 on: December 09, 2017, 01:53:43 pm »
Here's a theory that just came into my head:

What if, due to all the pressure from major corporates, press, government, etc. to expunge the 'bad stuff' ("remove copyrighted content!", "remove terrorist propaganda!", "remove content exploiting children!", and so on) on their platform, YouTube are performing radical experiments with regard to content recognition and filtering algorithms, and are using the whole 'request a manual review' process as some kind of feedback or training for these new algorithms?

Alternatively, another thing that comes to mind is that perhaps their hand has been forced into relying too much on algorithms because of trouble Google have been having with their outsourced moderating and review staff? Google apparently has (or had) a huge number of staff they call 'Raters' that provide human feedback to all their ranking, categorisation and filtering algorithms all across Google's services. It surely can't be coincidence that this YouTube 'Adpocalypse' comes at a time during which a (or the?) major company providing staff for this stuff, LeapForce, has tanked and been taken over by a rival.

https://arstechnica.com/features/2017/04/the-secret-lives-of-google-raters/
https://arstechnica.com/gadgets/2017/12/google-raters-at-leapforce-settle-legal-complaints-over-abuse-wages-owed/
 
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