Just because something is popular - as measured by the number of views - doesn't mean it's worth watching.
All it means is that millions of morons watched it.
YouTube has unveiled a new way to place your finger on the pulse of American culture – even though the beat it detects may accompany a tune you might not want to hear. "Are teens in the South watching the same videos as middle-aged folks in New England?" writes YouTube Trends Manager Kevin Allocca in a Tuesday post on the …
>All it means is that millions of morons watched it.
Does it? Really? I would propose that 'all it means' is that millions of people clicked on it. This would mean that the trend reflects the propensity of sharing and response to sharing.
Watching a video to its conclusion is a different thing altogether...
"All-in-all, the Trends Map is a fascinating peek into the American psyche..."
The author is from San Fran. and the author really believes that this is a accurate portrayal of the "American psyche" as well as fascinating.
For those not from the USA, please remember that people from San Francisco are "special" and they should not be considered to be a working example of anything other than "special".
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