8 College Tips I wish someone had told me when I started!

Starting university? Don’t want to freak out? This is the video for you! Now that I’m starting my last term of my masters, I wanted to share a bunch of things that I wish someone had told me back when I first started my undergrad. They’ll save you time, money, and heartache, and make sure that at the end of it all you’ll have something positive to show for it!

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Amazon has No Business Replacing Public Libraries

I never thought I’d have to make a video called “Should Amazon Replace Libraries?” But then a certain poorly-written and not-researched op-ed in Forbes came out, and I was left with no choice.

Contrary to popular beliefs, libraries are not — I repeat, NOT — dying. Nor are they obsolete. And we certainly shouldn’t be replacing them with anything by Amazon, or any other commercial entity.

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Tattoos, Mr. Rogers, and the Case for Responsible Information

Where do tattoos come from, and why do we get them? Folks usually get tattoos to reflect something about themselves — but that’s not always the case. This video looks at some examples of that over the past six millennia, medical tattooing, tattooing in Polynesian cultures, the Holocaust, Mr. Rogers, and the internet’s effect on empathy.

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