Shit I learned on Youtube
I’m maybe going to start a continual list of blogs with interesting videos I find on YouTube and I’m going to call the series Shit I learned on Youtube. The reason I say maybe is because I’m a lazy pile of shit and rarely finish any projects I start, but this one seems easy and fun and I’m terrible at expressing myself in written language as you can see from my previous posts.
The first video is by Youtuber Veritasium, you can check out his channel right here. Veritasium produces compelling scientific educational videos and this one is about determining a process to find solutions to problems.
What we learn in the first post of Shit I Learned On YouTube, is why it’s important to attempt to prove a theory wrong as opposed to proving it right. We do this because we can immediately identify the wrong theory quickly and move on to test other theories instead.
I think you will know more of what I mean when you watch the video. I’ve worked in computer desktop support for over 15 years and over time I intuitively learned to do this when troubleshooting computer issues.
Feel free to comment and let me know if you enjoy my series on Shit I Learned On YouTube.