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Grace Lee’s talk: Diary, Discourse and Demonetisation

Grace Lee does good video essays, but she also has lots of thoughts about the pseudo-academic meta-stuff around video essays, and I love that kind of shit. This talk she gave about the weirdness of putting your ideas on a platform like YouTube which can arbitrarily give you an audience of hundreds of thousands, or not, is excellent and worth 20 minutes of you time.

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