Binge worthy YouTube channel's

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  1. LiveOVErdrive

    LiveOVErdrive CNC hack

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    Every frame a painting and lessons from the screenplay are great if you like movies and the mechanics that make them work.
     
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    I don't have many channels I watch religiously. I've started adding various in-depth movie interview channels. I really like roundtables, and then I really like interviews with the more likable and intelligent actors/directors out there. I'll have to check out those two channels you mention. I am interested in mechanics, but it's really easy for me to lose interest if I don't like the pacing or the person doing the narration on videos, etc. I often end up just searching the name of some celeb I like and watching everything that pops up (ex, Guillermo Del Toro).

    One station I have an inexplicable fondness for is Jenny Nicholson, who's just some nerd that talks into the camera about a handful of very mainstream pop-culture products in a boring voice, but is really sharp and really snarky in a way that doesn't annoy me. Her 3 minute "play" about Suicide Squad might be my favorite "review" ever. I sure do skip everything related to My Little Pony, though. Yep, she's one of those. She and RedLetterMedia are the only two I eagerly await new content from. :( Besides some of those channels with musicians, etc that upload like one video every three months.
     
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    I definitely second YSAC, he's got such a great channel along with the music he makes just for his videos!

    Another one I can suggest is Sam O'Nella Academy. He's got many hilariously informative videos on topics you've probably never heard of before.
     
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    Lofty Pursuits is pretty entertaining if you want to watch food related stuff. They have a lot of videos on obscure candies and sweets and the history behind them.
     
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    RedLetterMedia, Regular Car Reviews, and Mighty Car Mods are one I regularly binge through.
     
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    food busker and eater are also really good food channels
     
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    exurb1A - hilarious/sarcastic takes on humanity, almost from an outsider's perspective sometimes, or from a deeply-inward-looking perspective.
    https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCimiUgDLbi6P17BdaCZpVbg

    Kurzgesagt - fascinating, well-researched, animated mini documentaries, usually digging into how technology will help or harm humanity into the future...sometimes the far-off future.
    https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCsXVk37bltHxD1rDPwtNM8Q

    Wintergatan - Did you ever see the "Marble Machine Song" video that went viral a couple of years ago? He's been putting out weekly videos of the process of designing and building an updated "Marble Machine X". Lots of great music, and lots of in-depth talk about how he's designing things in CAD, CNC mahcines, 3d priting, prototyping, etc. It's been a long process, but fascinating to follow. A part of this series last year, be visited a museum in Europe dedicated to musical machines, and some of these things were amazing...like...room-sized machines that played a dozen instruments at once. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCcXhhVwCT6_WqjkEniejRJQ

    bill wurtz - fun, strange videos, with some music...not sure how to explain it...here's his most viral video that blew up last year:
     

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