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i've been looking at YouTube quite a lot lately and came across this example of a YouTube book


I've not had a good chance to browse it yet, but it's a deliberate attempt to mashup the video and text (i think individual sections are called texteos).

If you haven't already seen it, you might find it interesting!


Thanks Nick, no I haven't seen this. I would like to have the time and skill to develop some more stuff that blurs the boundary with the book, and draws on the website too.

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