“The current Ebola outbreak is the worst in history, and there are a lot of myths about this virus floating around. Julian is here to figure out what is fact, and what is fiction.” – YT
Educational internet TV channels and videos
Apple has released iOS 8, and anyone with a newish iDevice — the iPhone 4s and up, the iPad 2 and up, the iPod touch (fifth generation) — will be able to download and install it.
But what’s in iOS 8 to get excited about? This video shows Apple announcing iOS 8, and includes a lengthy rundown of the new features and changes it brings with it.
A video for those who are happy to admit that you are tempted to do things you’re told not to do.
“Join Jonathan Strickland and Cydia developer Jay Freeman to learn all about “jailbreaking” your device’s OS to gain a more useful, personalized experience.” – YT
“Epilepsy is a chronic disorder, the hallmark of which is recurrent, unprovoked seizures. Many people with epilepsy have more than one type of seizure and may have other symptoms of neurological problems as well.
“Navigating social cliques can be one of the toughest parts of middle and high school. Cristen explores why they happen and are practically impossible to get rid of.” – YT
Anyone who has ever flown in the cheap seats on a airplane knows how annoying it is when the person in front decides to recline their seat so much it invades your personal space.
The answer to this problem is the Knee Defender, which stops people from reclining their seats. Unfortunately, some people don’t take kindly to having their personal freedoms stripped away.
“Quick Questions explains what alcohol does — and doesn’t do — to your brain cells. Enjoy this episode responsibly!” – YT
“How poking holes in your earlobes — aka ear piercing — became a girl thing.” – YT
“Have you ever taken a shower, and randomly come up with a great idea? William Haynes from SourceFed is here to discuss why this happens.” – Yt