Infochammel is magical place. We talked about this site briefly on our Cellar Door as one of the few cool sites out there. But we feel it deserves its own article! The activity of that site is booming and shaking. To top it all off we had decided to advertise there now too!
Oh man, he we go about talking about the furry fandom. This will probably be one of those blog articles that will be driven to the depths of the internet as it really doesn’t deal with technical ability or is all that exciting when it comes to graphics. But after watching a YouTube video about the Psychology of Furry Fandom 2015 . I felt it was appropriate to throw out my little commentaries and viewpoints about the fandom. Upon such note it is now disclaimer time:
Disclaimer: The thoughts, views, and opinions of this blogger does not represent the entire fandom and has no intention or will to represent the entire fandom. Any psychological, emotional, or physical damage that occurs when reading this cringe-tastic entry we at s-config.com are not responsible for.
I have already published an article a while back about how YouTube’s practices are terrible in terms of content creators with the classical slogan of “Where’s the fair use?” Now for those who care you can check out that article before this one. But normally a company that does something inherently flawed and against its content creator base would attempt to fix the problem they started. At least I thought that was happening due to the last copyright claim that we fought (and won) on YouTube. But YouTube has decided instead of cooling down the situation that instead they’re going to add some gasoline to the mix! Read on!
Let us go into further detail as to why we “walked away” from YouTube.
YouTube at the time of this posting is the number 1 video service that the entire internet goes to for all of its user-created content media needs. There was a time where even we used it. We now host almost all of our video blogs locally. This decision was mostly for a different problem dealing with links dying/moving around. But lately another problem has come up dealing with a tactic known as “Content Citation.” YouTube even hit me over a demonstration video we wanted to show to people who responded to this blog. That one of my hacks indeed does work.
Lately, I’ve been getting some e-mails and some comments that the best way to put it would be categorized as pure aggression. That everything that you read/hear/think has to be placed into this blurry red haze of anger where you can no longer control your hands as they smash keyboards, LCD screens, your grandma, clones of your grandma until you are drowning in a pool of your grandmas blood screaming your last breath for more. Blacking out into a coma only to wake from a cold sweat to repeat this vicious cycle once more! Read on to see more rant-level action.
In my previous article, I have discussed a lot of AirPlay and DNLA action with AirPin for Ouya. But what if you don’t have an Apple phone? What if you got a Android phone or even a laptop which is running Google Chrome? This is where installing another service onto your Ouya called “CheapCast” will aid you in your multi-platform streaming woes.