Testing YouTube

To do something a bit different during this Covid-19 lockdown I decided to set up my very own YouTube channel to which you may (or may not) wish to subscribe.

I’m new to this so I posted a short video to test how it works. It’s a little video explainer about Cramer’s Rule in linear algebra I made using Screencast-o-matic. I’ve done a lot of these over the past few weeks but they’re not what the channel is about: I posted this example is just to try out the system (mainly to see how long the upload would take).

I put this up yesterday and I’ve already amassed five subscribers so I’m well on the way to becoming a YouTube sensation. I may even become viral so please ensure that you practice social distancing while watching the videos.

5 Responses to “Testing YouTube”

  1. Phillip Helbig Says:

    Fan of Dylan Moran?

  2. Phillip Helbig Says:

    “I decided to set up my very own YouTube channel to which you may (or may not) wish to subscribe”

    I’ve never subscribed to a YouTube channel. What happens if I do so?

  3. Have you seen `Essence of linear algebra’ by 3blue1brown? He has a beautiful geometrical interpretation of Cramer’s rule, which I at least never knew.

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