The word geek has recently come to be used to refer to a person who is fascinated by knowledge and imagination, usually electronic or virtual in nature. The Merriam-Webster dictionary defines the word geek as "1: a carnival performer often billed as a wild man whose act usually includes biting the head off a live chicken, bat or snake 2: a person often of an intellectual bent who is disliked 3: an enthusiast or expert especially in a technological field or activity".
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Indigo Gaming's YouTube channel shows "Insightful game analysis, reviews and retrospectives with an emphasis on historical importance and their impact on the industry. No politics..."
For an example with its long Cyberpunk Documentary in parts: #1 (47 minutes and 47 seconds), #2 (almost 1.5 hours), and #3 (underway) -- "Let’s take a journey back to the 1980’s and beyond, to discover the origins of the Cyberpunk movement, in literature, cinema, television, video games, comics and more! In this documentary miniseries, we will discover the wonders of Cyberpunk, dating back to the 1940’s, all the way through 1989, with each successive episode taking on a new decade... The long-awaited follow-up to The Origins of Cyberpunk, the 2nd episode in this miniseries delves into the boom of cyberpunk media during the 1990's, the unrest, crime rates and tech corps that inspired them, and what dark possibilities they revealed to us about our future..." They show many medias like books, (movie/f(ilm/lick))s, tel(evision/ly)/TV, video games, etc. with spoilers.
Lessons from the Screenplay's YouTube video channel -- I believe that a more informed audience raises the bar for storytelling. That examining the techniques used to tell great stories makes your own writing better and your appreciation for the stories deeper. With Lessons from the Screenplay, I make videos that analyze movie scripts to examine exactly how and why they are so good at telling their stories. Part educational series and part love letter to awesome films, Lessons from the Screenplay aims to be a fun way to learn more about your favorite films and help us all become better storytellers. I’ll be releasing new videos every couple weeks, and taking suggestions about what scripts I should look at in future episodes.
Also, its 59 seconds YouTube video mentioned its new YouTube spinoff channel -- "Story Mode is a video series from the team behind Lessons from the Screenplay dedicated to exploring storytelling in video games.
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"What is AI and Games? It's a show aimed at helping the world better understand how AI makes for better games and games make for better AI..."
"Welcome Everyone! This Channel is dedicated to my friend, whose dislike for this main theme song is so great, that he once said to me 'You could put in ANY theme song in here and it would still be better than 'Enterprise'. So here you go, friend! Enjoy these themes from other shows over this beautifully designed main title of Star Trek: Enterprise. (Seriously, it's my favorite opening visually). If there's a particular theme you'd like to hear, let me know. I'd love to see how it works ..."
ImmersionVFX's YouTube channel has many short edited videos -- "Immerse Yourself! Here you'll find various pop culture edits utilizing visual effects. These are created in between other projects that we work on. There isn't much else on this about page, so keep diving into more of our creations! ..."