I found/used youtube pretty late in the game, but still before the forced goolag account. In my defense, I listend to music (albums) on Radio3Net and watched videos on Megaupload/videos and Divx stream (I think that's how it was called) RIP. I was given a task in middle school to make videos using (good ol') Windows Movie Maker and upload it to youtube, so of course like any respected weeabo I made AMVs which were long copyrightstriked by goolag and my non goolag account was deleted.
Shockingly, my two favorite AMVs still exist somehow
>Akira - Come Out and Play by The Offspring
80's anime, 90's song , uploaded/made in the 2000's- perfection!
>Death Note - Every Me And Every You by Placebo
I was obsessed with both Death Note and Placebo at that time, great band until they went full emo
and great anime until Near showed up
It also worth mentioning ashens channel as one of the oldest youtube channels that stayed the same despite all the bs youtube pulling and the internet becoming more cancerous in general.
I was almost fooled to believe that it's completely pre-cancer/cancer free site! They do follow the copyright mafia rules, but considering how obscure it is I doubt copyrightniggers looking after it. I mean I saw there are full anime episodes on bitchute and they're probably bigger than vidlii.
>I still don't get the purpose of video responses
It's adding value to the overall experience and it can be fun to interact either with the other people who also watch it or the creator of the video.
>maybe people will gradually flock to it? Note that by "people" I mean creators who don't care about monetization and only want to share their content
P.S. Thanks for mentioning this site, I'll try to visit it more often.
Is it even possible to watch any online video without javashit?
From my poor understanding, flash wasn't that secure either even before it's end-of-life.