YouTube Channel of the Month: Half as Interesting

One of my favorite books of all time is The Wise Man’s Fear by Patrick Rothfuss. If you haven’t read it and the first book in the series (The Name of the Wind), and you are into fantasy, I highly recommend to read it. But why do I start this article with a reference to…

YouTube Channel of the Month: Thoughty2

Each month, I present one of my favorite YouTube channels. This month’s channel is again one of the channels I am subscribed to for quite a while. It might not surprise you that is also has something to do with learning new things. Or well, understanding new things, as without practice there is no learning…

YouTube Channel of the Month: Tim Pool

Fake news. A term which is already annoying to hear. However, it is easy to underestimate the influence our news-intake has on us. If you hear something once, you might not react to it. Hear something several times and you will start to form an opinion. Hear something every single day and the voice from…

YouTube Channel of the Month: Chris Ramsay

Sometimes I want to wonder. That is one of the reasons why I like Harry Potter and other fantasy novels. Magic is always a great source of wonder. It surprises the mind and it leaves me in awe and puzzled. That is why I want to introduce one of my more recent discoveries: Chris Ramsay…

An Idea to Meet the Changing Corporate Training Demands

Corporate training is changing. Sure, there is still a need for system trainings and simulations to convey necessary skills to operate a new system for example. However, more and more employees are used to and ask for self-paced learning nuggets to educate themselves in their own time. An idea to is to use social learning,…

YouTube Channel of the Month – The School of Life

This month’s YouTube channel is a long-time favorite called The School of Life. To my knowledge, the initiator of the channel is Alain de Botton, who is a modern philosopher. They also have a website where they sell books and other items. There are many reasons why I subscribed to the channel.

YCOTM – Full Frontal with Samantha Bee

I like to watch political satire like Late Night with Seth Meyers, or The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, or The Daily Show with Trevor Noah. They all have two things in common. They are funny, and they are male. But, there is a female perspective on things, too: Full Frontal with Samantha Bee.

YCOTM – Kurzgesagt – In a Nutshell

This month’ YouTube channel is again one of my favorites. Once a month, they post educational videos on a wide array of topics. Its name: Kurzgesagt – In a Nutshell. The team says about themselves that it creates “Videos explaining things with optimistic nihilism“.

YCOTM – Sexplanations

Last month, I started with another series called YouTube Channel of the Month (YCOTM). This month’s channel is somewhat juicy, but nevertheless very informative and is called Sexplanations. If you are interested in the first YCOTM you can find it here.