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Posted · Original PosterOP

Dear @LinusTech,
      I have been very disappointed with your recent content.  It is seeming more and more like some tech linked styled vlog.  There is little in-depth analysis or technical explanation.  The old spark that made your channel so great has been lost.  I have been watching for two years and used to love every video.  While the production quality has gone up, every other aspect I feel has gone down.  I know that you have to appeal to the spoiled Fortnite playing 10-year old, but I feel like you have lost your core audience.  No other tech youtube channel had the same magic that you guys have.  I really hope you guys can change your style back to the way it used to be.  Even though your classic content wasn't designed for a broad audience, it sure as hell appealed to one.  Thank you for all of the amazing content.

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It's the same old Linus dude, you're just burned out. Happens when you watch one content creator for so many years.

 

I'm a newer viewer, certainly not a spoiled fortnite 10 year old, his content is pretty authentic and enthusiastic to me 


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1. If you're going to criticize and you want your feedback to be taken seriously, keep it objective and factual. Saying things like "yeah man, now they're focused on quantity over quality" isn't helpful because we OBJECTIVELY output the SAME number of videos we ever have. Since LMG's inception, we've done 7-8 uploads per week on LTT. Period.

 

2. Thumbnails and titles have nothing to do with the video quality, and they are NOT targeting "kids". Our demographics are more heavily skewed towards adults than the grouping of "similar channels" YT compared us to in a recent consultation session with them. You can keep saying this, but it's not a thing, so put it out of your mind. We use the titling/thumbnail strategies we do because if we didn't we'd be taking a deep hit to our viewership. I think it's stupid, but unfortunately my feelings don't change anything about reality.

 

3. No, we're not what we used to be. Want to know why? Because I got bored of fans and power supplies. If you're still into it, that's super cool, but I'm not. The great news is that for content about fans and power supplies there are more resources now than there ever were before. I actually LOVE that so many other content creators have shot up from the woodwork to take our place in categories where I just didn't have the passion anymore.

 

4. We're doing our best, but had you stopped to consider that maybe YOU aren't as interested in tech anymore?... because it's gotten less interesting? The industry just isn't moving as fast as it was 10 years ago.. I was reading an in-depth review of the display of the Galaxy S10 where the reviewer was talking about some of the changes they'd made to gamma curves to preserve more shadow detail and I was like "hmm this is pretty cool", but from the average person's perspective IS it? Compared to the shift from TN to IPS to OLED does it REALLY matter? Does your aunt give a shit?

 

In the enterprise space where connectivity speeds are still growing at an incredible rate and the ongoing AI revolution is changing the way people interact with each other there's plenty of cool stuff going on, but the problem is that you can't hold it in your hand and the best you can hope for is a die shrink and 5-10% efficiency bump with each passing year (if that). Thank goodness for AMD because otherwise we'd have had jack-all to talk about in the PC space for the last couple of years

 

Hope this helps :)

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@fasauceome Linus seems to disagree.

 

Things change. Do I like them? Nope. Is there anything I can do about it? Nope.

 

Think of it this way - if they reverted to their old content, they'd most likly have to lay off some of the staff, which I'm sure linus doesn't want to do.


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Just now, Imbellis said:

 

@fasauceome Linus seems to disagree.

the man himself is what he used to be, he's just doing new things.


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Yeah but the game has changed now. Every channel suits a different person's needs. If you want proper analysis, you go to Gamers Nexus. If you want the basics, you go for Linus, because he's the big channel and it's his duty to appeal to the new people coming in. And the rest fit somewhere in between that spectrum. That's why it's worth using all the different tech channels, they all provide something unique and you should take advantage of it.

 

 

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1 minute ago, fasauceome said:

the man himself is what he used to be, he's just doing new things.

I don't think OP is talking about Linus himself, but the content - the persona - he gives off in videos.

All most people know of linus is from the videos he created. With a shift in content, how they perceive Linus will change.


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Here's a question then, would you rather watch a Collins Key video or an LTT video? 


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Loving the last videos. Especially the toothpaste and water cooled sink one haha


 

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I've never understood these posts.  You know you can sub to more than one youtube channel right?  

Want to nerd out?  Level 1 Techs, etc.

Want to catch up on the latest products?  HW Unboxed etc.

Want technology based entertainment? LTT etc.  And yeah, I said etc there too.  There are other channels that make content in the same style as LTT, but I think LTT does it best.

 

Or maybe this is a personal thing?  Are you feeling betrayed because LTT doesn't make content that you like anymore?  Not joking, I'm actually curious.  

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There are only so many ways you can talk about tech before sounds like the same boring info you already know and heard a million times

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While I like and perhaps even prefer the raw enthusiasm of Linus' earlier works... that's not sustainable. 
I'm not as energetic and enthusiastic as I was 10 years ago and neither is Linus. People get families. Linus takes few breaks. The industry itself has changed. I think Linus is doing a good job of trying to keep himself from burning out all things considered. He probably needs to take a month or two sabbatical to recharge... and that's nearly impossible to actually pull off. 

All things considered LTT is doing well given the current macro-environment and the staff they have. 


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Like any businessman, Linus understands that in order to keep up with the mmarke you have to move with the times. You can't do this by continually making the same stuff, so you have to constantly change to stay in the flow. I've been watching his stuff on and off since the NCIX days and think that his stuff is better now than ever. He's really managed to hone in on his audience.

 

Like are you actually watching YouTube for in-depth analysis, or for entertainment? I see LinusTechTips as a top gear of tech, still has some nitty gritty tech stuff, but it's more about the entertainment value.

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*Linus after reading this kind of topic over and over*

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In all seriousness, the industry changed and if they weren't doing a good job then they won't be in this position today.

The way people present their content will always change whether you like it or not, those who stick to one style for their whole career become boring and repetitive, that's not how you improve as a content creator.

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50 minutes ago, Imbellis said:

 

@fasauceome Linus seems to disagree.

 

Things change. Do I like them? Nope. Is there anything I can do about it? Nope.

 

Think of it this way - if they reverted to their old content, they'd most likly have to lay off some of the staff, which I'm sure linus doesn't want to do.

The subject of the content has changed, but Linus and crew haven't - at least not for the worse. I agree with him that the nth PSU review isn't that interesting after so many years. Yes, someone probably should make that content - but I think it's better left to smaller creators who have a crew of 3-4 people. It's easier to write and shoot and it can be very informative when you're trying to make a purchase decision. LTT however has always been more about entertainment than just a bunch of infomercials on various products, even when they were literally making ncix infomercials.

 

Honestly, as a long time viewer I have the opposite problem from OP; everything feels like I've seen it before or I can predict the outcome because a lot of it has been done to death. I'm glad they're differentiating themselves and no longer review a bunch of virtually identical laptops or phones which are going to be outdated in a year, or cases and power supplies that beyond a certain point are functionally just as good as any to the end user. I'd be lying if I said I like ALL the new content, but with more than a video per day that's bound to happen and that was just as true 8 years ago.


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oops i don't like his new content, i must be wrong and just hate linus and friends.


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Personally, I see LTT as the "fuck shit up" kind of channel where they'll just experiment with really stupid stuff and make what's usually a good video out of it. I like that about LTT honestly. There's always something someone wants to try, but doesn't have the money to do it. If it's crazy enough (think cement cooled PC) they'll do it and you'll have your answer. If you want in depth tech analysis, go to any-other tech channel on YouTube. Sure other YouTubers will do crazy things like cool a PC with a motorbike radiator, but will they hook it up to a kitchen sink and use mustard as thermal compound? That's what I love most about LTT, they take something that's literally stupid to their test bench, break something, and the whole time make a chaotic atmosphere that's enjoyable. I think LTT has changed too, from an in-depth tech channel to let's build a PC out of parts that are incompatible, let's take apart and liquid cool a fucking cinema camera, let's throw a convention that doesn't make us profit but makes people happy, brings together an amazing community/group of people, and like us (and like others). It's not bad at all, just different. I don't think it's wrong of you to dislike where this has gone, you want the Linus that drove your passion for these videos back. But that Linus is still here, he's still rockin' those socks and sandals, and he's not going anywhere anytime soon. Just the stuff they create is different, and that's okay because it's still his stuff, ya know?

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5 hours ago, Finwillwin said:

oops i don't like his new content, i must be wrong and just hate linus and friends.

The thing is, you're not the first person to make a post about it and you're certainly not the last one to do so, this shit got old the second time someone complained.

 

There are a lot of tech channels on YouTube, you're not being forced to stick to just one.

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Just now, VegetableStu said:

what did he do to you now ._.

Just making a point. 


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9 hours ago, lewdicrous said:
15 hours ago, Finwillwin said:

 

The thing is, you're not the first person to make a post about it and you're certainly not the last one to do so, this shit got old the second time someone complained.

 

There are a lot of tech channels on YouTube, you're not being forced to stick to just one.

I understand that there are other channels, but LTT is the original (at least to get it right). Maybe this isn't the first post because there actually has been a change...  


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1 minute ago, Finwillwin said:

I understand that there are other channels, but LTT is the original (at least to get it right).

There are better channels for information, when compared to LTT, maybe they're not as entertaining, but they're informative.

2 minutes ago, Finwillwin said:

Maybe this isn't the first post because there actually has been a change...  

We all know they changed and it's not like Linus is hiding that fact..

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