I’m sending a compliment to YouTube if their readers are reading this, and algorithms/Google rankings determine that. I have had issues with YouTube over censoring people and inserting advisory notes from the CDC about the virus and abortion, but one could very nearly obtain a complete education on YouTube if selective.
Many creative people are producing videos on YouTube (and Patreon) on a variety of topics, such as English, math, Latin, history, and all the other subjects I cover, and to them I must give a huge thanks. YouTube, which is based in South San Francisco and is about one mile from where I used to live, provides the forum.
“The Channel of a Disappointed Man” is the name one tuber gave his place, something to do with books. It made me laugh.