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  1. Welcome to Night Vale‘s Got an Official YouTube Account; Time to Re-Listen to the Whole Show

    No dogs allowed.

    Welcome to Night Vale, the immensely popular podcast that's perhaps best described as what would happen if Twin Peaks and Prairie Home Companion had a baby, now has its own YouTube channel.

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  2. Youtube’s Grace Helbig Will Star in Her Own TV Show on E!

    We are really excited about it, but the channel name also just ends with an exclamation mark.

    The Internet's own Grace Helbig, who first rose to prominence with her "DailyGrace" web series through the My Damn Channel network and later through her own "It's Grace" channel, is now officially making the jump to actual television. You know, that thing where you don't get to click through the ads after five seconds.

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  3. “Hide Fedora” Is A Browser Extension That Blocks Le Reddit Armie’s Meta-Trolling

    Can we get one for life?

    There's good news and bad news: The bad news is that no one has managed to make Youtube comments a good place for humanity quite yet. The good news is that at least some incremental progress has been made, in the form of a new browser extension called Hide Fedora.

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  4. Man Arrested for YouTube Comment Threatening Cops, Claims He Never Intended to Follow Through

    The excuse that keeps on excusing.

    Tensions have been high around law enforcement lately, to say the least. So when a YouTube commenter left a fairly specific murder threat in a comment thread, Google took it very seriously, despite his claims about its intent.

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  5. The Project For Awesome Is Happening This Weekend & It’s Got A $1 Million Charitable Goal

    The suspense!

    This time around the Project for Awesome has its loftiest goal yet: They're trying to raise a million dollars.

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  6. Youtube Singer Jonathan Mann Continues To Fight Gamergate Harassment With Music

    Now, imagine if he was a woman...

    You might remember Jonathan Mann from the autotuned rebuttal he made in September to a conservative group's claim that women should stop criticizing video games. Now, almost a month and a half since then, GooblyGobblies are unfortunately still vocal, and the "Song a Day" singer has made nearly an album's worth of songs smartly subverting the logic of harassers.

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  7. Woman Who Featured In Street Harassment Video Receives Online Rape Threats

    Oblivious, thy name is man.

    Yesterday Hollaback, a nonprofit advocating to end street harassment, published a recording of the 100-plus unwanted comments received by actress Shoshanna Roberts during a ten-hour span. The video quickly went viral, receiving over a million views and 27,000 comments in less than a day, as well as its fair share of criticism--Bad Feminist author Roxanne Gay had some reservations. Unfortunately, scum-of-the-Earth asshats did as well.

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  8. Things We Saw Today: Ronan and Nebula Make A Killer Cosplay Couple

    If I were cosplaying Thanos, I'd be worried.

    NYCC cosplayers LallyCosplay and Elendriel got their Guardians on when cosplaying everyone's favorite dysfunctional Thanos-haters, Ronan and Nebula. The world needs more Nebula everything.

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  9. YouTube Star Who Harasses Women Is Now Being Accused Of Rape

    Ah, Sam Pepper. First, you were just a guy who harassed women for YouTube views. Then, you were a guy who allegedly harassed women just because. Now, you're being accused of raping a girl the last time you were in Toronto. Next time, some advice you may want to consider: don't sexually assault people for any reason. Just a thought.

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  10. Learn Yourself Some Geography With an 11 Minute Updated Version Of Wakko’s State Capital Song

    I'm tired just watching it.

    Animaniacs taught us the capitals of every state in the U.S. and the name of (almost) every country in the world, but it didn't teach us both—probably because it would have taken half an episode to get through them all. But on Youtube, there's plenty of time for foundring to get through all of them, organized by continent for added musical flare. Just don't run out of breath there, buddy.

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