If you're unfamiliar with the https://tilvids.com/ peertube instance, you are advised to peruse it
YesterKitchen is a cooking channel about the history of food, with the presenter explaining the history of each dish as she prepares it. You can follow at:
There's a focus on the origins of American comfort food, and it has a general retro aesthetic harking back to a 1950s USA.
The full selection of videos is visible at https://tilvids.com/accounts/yesterkitchen/videos
#TubeLab 1.8.0 has been published. Full release notes at https://framagit.org/tom79/fedilab-tube/-/tags/1.8.0
I've set up a third account which will boost interesting videos from across the Fediverse. It's a brand new account so fairly empty, but if this kind of thing interests you please feel free to follow:
Inaugural boost is for the incredible Ed Wood horror sci-fi classic "Plan 9 From Outer Space", hosted by public domain and creative commons video site vidcommons.org
For anyone watching North American football out there, wondering what the heck is going on on the field...here's a video for you!
Another #PeerTube exclusive!
I share my thoughts on PeerTube's first search engine, Sepia Search.
🌟 @olimex - Makers of open source hardware
🌟 @theartshole - Quirky and interesting video essays about the history of art
🌟 @feditips - Hints and tips about how to use Mastodon and the Fediverse
🌟 @ONLYOFFICE - Online office suite, FOSS alternative to Office 365
🌟 @framethegame - Videos about gaming and game design
🌟 @alliterative - Exploring the history of words
If, like me, you've heard of IPFS but never really knew much about it, this is a pretty good intro!
For any Reddit users out there (yeah, I know, not open-web, but you can't ignore millions of users), TILvids has a sub-reddit at /r/tilvids Feel free to join us there, where I also post TILvids videos of the day, just like on Mastodon!
You should consider starting your own instance, and try to recruit others making similar content and build a community around it. Hosting is not very expensive (at least initially) nowadays. I'd be happy to give you any advice I can to get started!
Yeah, your idea of creating a place for edutainment content was great. We need more like this, different instances for different type of content, that attracts a group of people with same interests into that site.
This doesn't have to be centralized as well, there can be many instances about an interest and they can all follow each other.
This is worth a read.
Relating to the article, one of my goals for tilvids.com is to build a smaller video community. People often ask me, "Are you trying to replace YouTube?" and the answer is, honestly...no. Not really. I don't think you beat YouTube by recreating YouTube, I think you beat it by building thousands of mini-YouTubes that are smaller and cater to the community. This creates a much higher level of engagement between creators and viewers alike.
Dear Mastodon community,
I joined you because I support open-web, and also because people in our #tilvids #PeerTube community wouldn't shut up about you. I now feel that the community here, and the engagements I have, are far-superior to most of what I find on Twitter. Thanks for being a good home for social media!
YouTube forcing ads? Thoughts on PeerTube and the alternatives https://share.tube/videos/watch/06071f59-01be-448e-8b02-951e553f07b3
A new type of video community. It's free, with no ads, no data-harvesting, just the best in edutainment content! Visit at http://tilvids.com to start watching!
Discover & explore Mastodon with no ads and no surveillance. Publish anything you want on Mastodon: links, pictures, text, audio & video.
All on a platform that is community-owned and ad-free.