How have you used YouTube to learn something that proved valuable?
A couple of weekends ago, I used YouTube to learn how to repair my car. I saved almost $1,000. I wonder what you learned from YouTube that made money, saved money, or otherwise proved valuable.
When my Cub Scout den was studying rope tying & knots, I used YouTube to learn a couple of magic "rope tricks" that I could show them. Not exactly useful or valuable, but it entertained the kids.
I've also consulted some "walkthrough" videos on YouTube to learn how to get through parts of certain video games that were proving difficult.
I would say that there is a lot of value in impressing the kids. Maybe not monetary, but value none-the-less.
by paarsurrey6 years ago
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by sibtain bukhari4 years ago
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by Thomas Byers5 years ago
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