AleksandraMaker @ Tealosophy, Supergirls

How do you discover new videos to watch daily?

I watch something every morning / evening while cooking or eating. Usually, it is a TEDTalk, but I'm interested in discovering new talks/videos around tech, arts, design, science or history. What would you recommend?
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pherkan@pherkan · designer | engineer | aeuoeu
@aleks_muse Vimeo is a pretty nice one. You can watch videos from different categories. Prefer it much more than YouTube.
Aleksandra@aleks_muse · Maker @ Tealosophy, Supergirls
@pherkan Totally agree!
Francesco D'Alessio@francescod_ales · Productivity App Reviewer
@aleks_muse If you are into tech/self-improvement I'd recommend YouTube. After a while, it tends to learn from you and improve each rating/recommendation. I just add all mine to watch later then let it play whilst cooking/hands-free activities.
Clement Hd@clement_hd · CMO, zeWatcher
@aleks_muse I agree with the others, Youtube tend to understand your behavior and suggest you cool videos to watch. You can also go to Google and search for you keywords. Good luck !
Wim Mulder@wim_mulder
@aleks_muse I love the videos by Great Big Story https://www.greatbigstory.com . You can subscribe to them on YouTube as well
Kesava Mandiga@k3sava · Curious cat. Writer. Explorer.
@aleks_muse The Kid Should See This (http://thekidshouldseethis.com/) hosts videos for the curious kid inside all of us. Fun, educational and, well, recreational... ;)
Kesava Mandiga@k3sava · Curious cat. Writer. Explorer.
@aleks_muse Brain Pump (http://brainpump.net/) is yet another "for the curious" set of videos. :)
Mahantesh Biradar@mahantesh19_ · Digital Marketing, SciGlo
@aleks_muse Research Stash is a curated collection of tools & News for S.T.E.M researchers http://bit.ly/ResearchStash-YouTube
Muhahammad Zaid Ikhlas@zaidikhlas · Product Manager
@aleks_muse Youtube, reddit
Markia Theus@deleted-894424
@aleks_muse Neverthink app
Daniel Wilkinson@wilkinson991 · Crowdfunder
@aleks_muse SnipClip basically helps people discover the latest and the best video content on the internet.
LeanGo@leangoapp
@aleks_muse Burst Your bubble, go outside and see things which You were never interested in before
Kesava Mandiga@k3sava · Curious cat. Writer. Explorer.
@aleks_muse Try Uncrate (https://uncrate.com/tv/) for a curated list of videos that span genres. :)
Kesava Mandiga@k3sava · Curious cat. Writer. Explorer.
@aleks_muse Findie (https://www.findie.me/) has fun videos with a "cinematic" experience that is addictive.
Kesava Mandiga@k3sava · Curious cat. Writer. Explorer.
@aleks_muse Screenings (http://screenings.io/) has a fantastic collection of videos that can be filtered by topic, duration and more.
Kesava Mandiga@k3sava · Curious cat. Writer. Explorer.
@aleks_muse DiggTV (http://digg.com/tv) is the mother lode of videos classified by type. Warning: It is an addictive timekiller!
Kesava Mandiga@k3sava · Curious cat. Writer. Explorer.
@aleks_muse Short of the Week (https://www.shortoftheweek.com/) has a collection of high-quality videos that you can watch again and again.
Sama Jashnani@sama_jashnani · Co-Founder, DownToDash
@aleks_muse I watch Stanford & Harvard commencement speeches, my favorite is
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Doru Catana@dorucatana · go big or go home
@aleks_muse YouTube Subsriptions
saravanan@saran945 · Founder of alertfor and taskbloom
@aleks_muse if you know the keywords that you want to watch, create alerts at alertfor.com or youtube subscription is also good choice.
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