When I first started I learned to link to RSS feeds for current updates. Now we have migrated away from that.
I am seeing less and less links at the end of Hubs which gives a much cleaner presentation.
Yet with the push toward video which I foresee, I am wondering IF I create a "playlist" out on YouTube whether that will help me or hurt me?
This works best for long stories on communications or perhaps on celebrities or music.
Your thoughts and suggestions please!
PS Personally, I would like a playlist of music at the top of the hub so that while I am reading I have the music or the video playing so I can multitask - read and listen too.
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