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  Long live Youtube!
Notice that many Youtube users are posting videos about themselves singing, telling a joke story and dancing? Of course you noticed, what the hell am I asking. Well, I may be slow for my generation, but I just noticed this a couple of weeks ago. I never thought Youtube could be so useful to our young generation. Just a few weeks ago, I watched a young sweet girl singing a few popular songs such as The one that got away by Katy Perry and Because of you by Kelly Clarkson, etc. Most of the songs she sang were really good. When she sang "A thousand years" by "I forgot who", I was like "WOW", I was really impressed. Before that, I watched funny Singaporean videos made by young Singaporeans. They were amusing indeed, as good as Nigahiga I would say, except that they needed to be a little more professional.

What I'm trying to point out here is that Youtube had helped many youngsters of our generation to quickly express themselves, unlike our parents' generation, who had to perform on the streets or get an agent or join a company so that they can be considered an entertainer. Time passed, technology improved and things changed how they used to be. All theses youngsters need is the gift or ability, the courage and a little 'push'.

I must say I'm not a frequent user of Youtube. I'm only there when I'm looking for videos of my favourite singers but still, Youtube deserves a salutation by me. Long live the creators - Chad Hurley, Steve Chen and Jawed Karim!

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