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    The Guild

    The Guild

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    The Guild
    This comedic web series, brainchild of Felicia Day, is about a group of socially maladjusted online gamers, "The Knights of Good." It chronicles the drama that happens in-game and in their real lives. As they begin meeting up in person, the complications multiply. (Last edited by hnarayan at 8:26 PM 11/6)moreless
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    The Nostalgia Critic

    The Nostalgia Critic

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    BLIP.TV
    This show features Doug Walker as the Nostalgia Critic and each week he reviews entertainment topics, TV and movies from the 80's and 90's. It airs on http://thatguywiththeglasses.com.
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    TED Talks

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    TED
    TED Talks is a series of educational videos from the TED conference, where speakers focus on creativity, the brain, and other "ideas worth spreading". Over 600 talks are available online, and have become very popular, getting millions of viewers from around the world. The annual conference began focusing on technology and design, but through the years has expanded to science, culture, and more general topics. Curated by Chris Anderson, TED is a non-profit organization which puts on the conference as well as giving grants to people to encourage world-changing action. Guests of the TED conference who have contributed talks include Bill Clinton, Sir Ken Robinson, Elizabeth Gilbert, Hans Rosling, Jill Bolte Taylor, Al Gore, and Bill Gates.moreless
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    The Totally Rad Show

    The Totally Rad Show

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    Revision3
    The Totally Rad Show is a Revision 3 news show hosted by Alex Albrecht, Dan Trachtenberg, and Jeff Cannata. The weekly pop culture-based show finds the three personalities in front of a camera discussing the latest tech and geeky news, previewing upcoming films and TV shows, and reviewing the latest gadgets, videogames, movies, and everything else relevant to popular culture. The show has a lighthearted vibe, and the guys are extremely honest about what they are passionate about, be it the latest movie, TV show, videogame, or gadget. Alex, Jeff, and Dan have great chemistry with each other, and are all very opinionated, so their takes on whatever subject they are discussing is varied, thought-provoking, interesting, and best of all, fun.moreless
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    Pure Pwnage

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    Duopoly (ended 2010)
    This show follows Jeremy (played by Jarett Cale), a Canadian self-proclaimed "pro gamer", his friend Doug who is addicted to FPS games, October, an employee of the Mouse & Pad, an internet cafe that Jeremy and Doug frequently visit. It's all shown from the perspective of Kyle, Jeremy's brother, who's recordid his brother in his everyday game activities.moreless
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    Leap Year

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    Produced exclusively for Hiscox, Leap Year tells the story of 5 friends and first-time entrepreneurs facing the highs and lows of starting a business. Hiscox focuses on providing small business clients like Aaron, Jack, Brynn, Derek and Olivia the specific insurance they need direct and online so they can start and grow their startups.moreless
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    ThatSnazzyiPhoneGuy

    ThatSnazzyiPhoneGuy

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    ThatSnazzyiPhoneGuy This is the channel where we talk everything tech! With the primary focus on Apple and its devices such as the iPhone, Mac, iPad, and iPod line, this is the place to be! From reviews, to tutorials, to speculation, you can't go wrong with ThatSnazzyiPhoneGuy. That isn't all though! You'll be able to find tons of tutorials, headphone reviews, Android reviews, Windows Phone 7 reviews, general tech reviews, and more! Founded in December of 2008, TSIG, LLC has triumphed on bringing the most honest tech reviews to the net.moreless
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    Zero Punctuation

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    Escapist Magazine
    The Escapist's Zero Punctuation is an animated video game review show hosted by Yahtzee, a British-born, Australian-based writer and gamer. Yahtzee seems to have a bit of a chip on his shoulder, as he takes every game and rips it to shred in hopes of finding truly original, revolutionary video games. His animation is crude, quick and precise, and Yahtzee pulls absolutely no punches in his reviews. Sony's Playstation 3, Microsoft's XBOX 360, and Nintendo's Wii are all addressed by Yahtzee, who seems to have an affinity for PC Games. Good ones, that is.moreless
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    Atop the Fourth Wall

    Atop the Fourth Wall

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    My first foray into reviewing and recapping bad comics through video instead of text.
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    Tekzilla

    Tekzilla

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    Revision3
    Tekzilla is a Revision3 weekly video podcast hosted by Veronica Belmont and Patrick Norton, focusing on technology reviews, news, and viewer questions. Each week the hosts dive into tech news, covering topics like the iPhone, iPad, tech business news and announcements, and software and hardware solutions. Users can submit questions, and the show often has special guests to answer specialized questions that the hosts might not know the answers to. Producer Roger Chang and Garnett Lee are frequent guest hosts. If you want the latest tech news, product reviews and previews, and innovative how-to's, check out Revision3's Tekzilla, and if once a week isn't enough, also check out the Tekzilla Daily Tip for your daily tech fix.moreless
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    The Tester

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    The Tester is a reality web series which first premiered in 2010 and is provided exclusively by the PlayStation Network. The show is a competitive game, hosted by Meredith Molinari, where 11 to 12 contestants compete for a career at Sony Computer Entertainment as a quality assurance technician/game tester - plus a $5,000 bonus just for signing on. During each episode, the contestants compete against one another as they are tested on numerous tasks such as attention to detail, communication, and speed. At the end of each episode, the judges - Brent Gocke, Hal Sparks, and Adrianne Curry - gather around and chose to eliminate one contestant. In the last round, the finale, the remaining 3 contestants compete to complete several chapters of an intense video game. The first to complete all the chapters wins the crown of "the tester." There have been 2 seasons to date. Tune in to watch these video geeks compete for their future!moreless
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    Indy Mogul - Backyard FX

    Indy Mogul - Backyard FX

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    Indy Mogul
    Indy Mogul - Backyard FX is the online destination for do it yourself filmmakers. Who needs film school when you've got some of the most intuitive "how-to" videos on the web? Join host Zack Finfrock as he shows you the secret of creating a grappling hook gun, just like Batman! Speaking of superheros, how about making your very own mask? To all the aspiring Martin Scorseses out there: now's your chance to move your camera like the master himself. Create dollies, steady cams, and jibs on the cheap. To date, Indy Mogul - Backyard FX has filmed over 200 episodes. About the host: Zack Finfrock became hose of Backyard FX during April 2010. Before the show, Zack worked as a freelance artist and actor in Florida. He is the creator of the web based comic Warbot in Accounting, and is part of the production group Wayside Creations. Zack was nominated for Best Visual Effects in the 2010 Streamy Awards. Indy Mogul - Backyard FX is distributed by Next New Networks.moreless
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    Motherboard

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    VBS.TV
    Motherboard is a news web series from VBS.TV that looks at everything technology related for the average VBS fan, full of news on sound technology, internet trends, video game design and more. The show looks in depth into each topic by going to specific newsworthy events and interviewing several relevant subjects to add insight for the viewer. The series is notable for following stories that the mainstream tech media does not, forgoing showcasing the newest consumer technology in favor of niche markets and unknown innovators. Several of the episodes follow musicians who are pushing the limits of technology in music to further their craft, including RJD2 and Brian Gibson of Lightning Bolt. The stories span the entire US and beyond to find the most interesting technology related stories and highlight the men and women who are pioneers doing truly unique things with technology. Episodes range from short clips of 5 or 6 minutes to longer pieces that last for 30 minutes.moreless
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    That's Awesome TV

    That's Awesome TV

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    That's Awesome.TV is an online HD show aimed at teaching awesome things. What do I mean by awesome things? You will learn everything from taking awesome pictures to securing a router to getting the perfectly cut lawn... A virtual cornucopia of awesomeness! This will mainly be a tech show, as that's what I am into, but I have a lot of other awesome things I want to share and will dive into other subjects as I see fit.My goal is to have you thinking, "That's Awesome!" after each show. Because remember, Its not about knowing everything, its about knowing awesome things!moreless
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    AppJudgment

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    Revision3
    AppJudgment is a product review show from Revision3 Networks in which hundreds of apps for iPhone, Android, BlackBerry, or Windows are reviewed. For practically whichever smartphone you may have, AppJudgment carefully reviews each app and tell you what is worth downloading and even offers better alternatives for apps that are not quite up to par. In addition to reviewing apps, AppJudgment brings you first looks into future products and apps currently in beta so that you are kept in the loop of the latest and greatest. AppJudgment engages it's viewers with poll questions, encourages viewer email, and will make a great effort to review apps you are interested in. AppJudgment is here to be your three times a week mobile phone app review source.moreless
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    ViroPop - Zaproot

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    Viropop
    Viro Pop features "green" videos about the most exciting and entertaining things happening in our growing, environmentally conscious world.
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    Circuits With David Pogue

    Circuits With David Pogue

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    New York Times
    The New York Times' Circuits with David Pogue is the personal technology columnist's weekly video review blog. David Pogue's reviews focus on new and exciting technologies recently released, and his reviews focus mostly on the everyday technology consumer, not the hardcore electronics fan. Known as a prominent Apple journalist, David Pogue is usually given early access to new Macs and Apple releases.moreless
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    Bytejacker

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    Bytejacker is a web show that caters to the dedicated gamer, offering quick, funny and honest reviews of video games for a variety of popular gaming platforms. Whether for Xbox, Wii, Playstation, computers or smartphones, Bytejacker exclusively reviews downloadable games, making sure that gamers have the right idea about a game before spending the time and money to download it. Host Anthony Carboni and writer Nick Robinson understand that gamers usually have short attention spans and want to get right to the point, so the reviews are short, humorous and designed with the busy gamer in mind. With hundreds and hundreds of downloadable games to review, there is something for every gamer and mood. From retro classics to first-person shooters, from puzzles to time management games, Bytejacker's staff is ready to do the game-playing legwork and offer reviews that are less than 15 minutes each but packed with plenty of detail and firsthand advice.moreless
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    Digg Dialogg

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    Digg Dialogg is a spinoff of Diggnation that allows the Digg community and its users to submit questions to celebrities, leaders, and luminaries. It is a talk show that uses the community features of Digg, mainly voting on the most popular questions to be asked, to determine its format. By using this Digg format, Digg Dialogg returns to power of the interview to the community and the viewers, letting them determine the flow of the conversation and the sort of questions the guests have to answer. This allows for a more lively discussion, as the interviewees get more interesting questions based on what people actually want to talk about.moreless
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    MediaBytes with Shelly Palmer

    MediaBytes with Shelly Palmer

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    MediaBytes with Shelly Palmer is the perfect show for people who want quick but highly informative updates on what is happening in the arena of new media news. The three-minute episodes feature Shelly Palmer, a powerhouse tech pundit who hosts several different televisions shows, a syndicated radio show, has authored many books on living in a digital age and is a frequent keynote speaker and moderator of technology and new media conferences. In every episode, Shelly delivers a fresh serving of the latest breaking news in technology, media, social networking and entertainment. He has a solid enough footing in the media world to feature guests who can give an insider's take on the biggest stories. As an industry insider himself, Shelly brings both insight and humor to his technology news highlights. If you are looking for the best micro-reports on the world of digital living, MediaBytes with Shelly Palmer delivers.moreless
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