1. John Morales says

    I remember — it was a happy time. Very exciting. And it seems longer than that.
    It sure has been a journey!

    One can’t subscribe without setting up a YouTube account.

    And I’m not gonna do that; if I were, I’d have done it years ago.

  2. Bruce says

    This event and it’s reminder should be double posted both here and on the FTB channel. More content brings more viewers brings more content.

  3. larpar says

    First time I’ve subscribed to a channel that said “This channel doesn’t have any content”.

  4. chigau (違う) says

    John Morales
    I recently (last month) set up a youtube channel so I could comment on some of the more obscure channels that I enjoy.
    So far it’s been harmless, nothing has crawled out of the screen, and no MIBs have knocked on my door.

  5. John Morales says

    chigau, sure. But I know damn well YouTube already knows me, and I am annoyed that it sometimes asks me to sign in to “prove my age”.
    So, fuck ’em, they want me to make an account, so I don’t.

    I can take it or leave it, but I’m refractory that way.

    On-topic, I remember how excited people were about the new platform after the move from SB, and that one of the features of this platform (WP-based) was LaTex support. Alas, after that initial excitement, no-one really has bothered with it.

    i\hbar\frac{\partial}{\partial t}\left|\Psi(t)\right>=H\left|\Psi(t)\right>

  6. chigau (違う) says

    Come to the DarkSide™ John.
    You can comment on Maru’s videos.
    You know you want to ;) ;) ;)

  7. Ray, rude-ass yankee - One inseparable gemisch says

    That’s awesome! I can remember when FTB was just a wee youngling. Fun times, they were. Yeah, it does seem longer somehow.

  8. rimmo says

    Wow, ten years since I rejoiced that you and Ed Brayton were finally gonna fix movement Atheism.

    … It’s been a bumpy era. Damn.

  9. Rob Grigjanis says

    John @9: For someone like me who’s not very familiar with it, LaTeX is really only worth the effort if you need special characters, like Greek indices

    F_{\mu\nu} = \partial_\mu A_\nu - \partial_\nu A_\mu

    or a proper square root (rather than the piddly √)

    \displaystyle d\tau = dt\sqrt{1 - v^2(t)/c^2}

    etc, etc. And stuff like that doesn’t come up much around here.

  10. thoughtful1 says

    You might get more subscribers if there way a way to subscribe on The side bar and top menus have no way to subscribe to the whole blog’s writers in mass.