The Internet Creators Guild , which will open to creators in late June, aims to "increase the number of people in the world who can be create [sic] professionally Green began his successful YouTube channel Vlogbrothers in with his brother, bestselling author John Green. Now the pair run a digital empire, co-organizing the annual VidCon convention and tackling many philanthropic and educational endeavors. YouTube has long been known for its democratic structure, one that gives anyone and everyone the opportunity to freely post videos and build their own audiences. But 10 years ago, when the platform first launched, the digital video world was uncharted territory.
Crash Course launched a preview on December 2, As of March 10, , the Crash Course YouTube channel has over 9 million subscribers  and the channel passed 1 billion total views in February To date, there are 36 main series of Crash Course , with John hosting nine and Hank hosting seven. Together with Emily Graslie , they also co-hosted Big History. Alongside the PBS partnership, and with John commencing a year-long hiatus from the show in , additional hosts were brought in to increase the number of concurrent series: Soft Skills.
The first foreign-language course, an Arabic reworking of the original World History series, is hosted by Yasser Abumuailek. The main channel has also begun a series of shorter animated episodes, called Recess , that focus on topics from previous Crash Course series. The science series and Philosophy , but not Computer Science are filmed in Missoula, Montana , in a studio building that also houses SciShow.
From the Chemistry season onward, these series were filmed on new custom-built sets. These series are produced and edited by Nicholas Jenkins, while Blake de Pastino serves as script editor. The sound design and music for these series are provided by Michael Aranda and in later series, his company Synema Studios. Crash Course Kids was filmed in a studio in Toronto, Ontario. Starting with the Statistics course in early , courses that are not PBS co-productions are directly identifying as made by Complexly, complete with logo branding and suggestions for their other channels.
The Crash Course YouTube channel was teased in December ,  and launched in January as one of the initial original, YouTube-funded channels. Funds from Google eventually ran out, and shortly after Green's A Chat with YouTube video, the VlogBrothers decided to launch Subbable , a crowdfunding website where viewers can donate, monthly, to channels in return for perks. Donating is optional, as Hank Green stated, "We ascribe to the idealistic notion that audiences don't pay for things because they have to but because they care about the stuff that they love and want it to continue to grow".
The partnership will introduce Benzine and Plait, who have hosted U. Government and Politics , and Astronomy , respectively. Some courses, presented by neither Hank nor John Green have been added to the Crash Course curriculum since it first began in It covers the history of games and several types of games, including board games, video games, card games, role-playing games, sports, and more. The series was hosted by Andre Meadows and premiered April 1, On April 6, , a preview for Crash Course Film was uploaded.
The series consists of three segments: Film Production covers the process of filmmaking and the roles of key crew members. A Space Odyssey. The first episode was uploaded on February 9 of the same year. The show was is hosted by Mike Rugnetta, and covers the history of theater throughout different cultures and time periods. As a collective, John has referred to the courses he teaches as "Humanities.
As a result of a partnership with PBS Digital Studios , as well as John's decision to take a break from Crash Course in , new hosts have been introduced to host the humanities courses: Hank's sixth series, Philosophy , is also a humanities course, although it is produced by the team in Missoula who have traditionally produced the science series. Crash Course World History  was the first series launched on the Crash Course channel, running from January 26 to November 5, Throughout an episode, Green, the show's host and executive producer, elaborates on the topic presented at the beginning of the video.
Crash Course World History features recurring segments such as "The Open Letter," where Green reads an open letter to a historical figure, period, item, or concept. Mentions of this fact cue the "Mongoltage" a portmanteau of "Mongol" and "montage" , which shows a drawing of Mongols shouting "We're an Exception! In Crash Course World History , Green frequently encourages his viewers to avoid looking at history through Eurocentric or "Great Man" lenses, but to be conscious of a broader historical context.
Crash Course World History , filmed in Indianapolis , has a broad following, having attracted millions of viewers. After 42 episodes, World History concluded on November 9, On June 27, , in a video preview, John Green announced World History would return for a second season, lasting 30 episodes. He made a few predictions about the future and also quoted at his last sentence: It has been amazingly fun to create, and we appreciate all of you. John's second series is Crash Course Literature , which first aired as an eight-episode miniseries, from November 15, In February , it was announced John Green would follow his U.
History series with Crash Course Literature 2. In January , John announced that a third season of Crash Course Literature would air in the summer. A new segment called the "Mystery Document" replaces the "Open Letter"; Green takes a manuscript from the fireplace's secret compartment and reads it aloud, then must guess its author and the source work it is excerpted from.
If he is incorrect, he is punished by a shock pen. Whilst the Mongoltage is largely absent, the "Libertage," photos associated with America overtop an American flag with an electric guitar sound effect opening and ending with an explosion, appears whenever America's great national pride is referenced. The series ended on February 6, History is written by Raoul Meyer.
Government and Politics series. He also said that the course will teach about "the branches of government, politics , elections, political parties, pizza parties, and much, much more. In Hank's November announcement of the PBS partnership and the new series of Crash Course in , he mentioned that a Crash Course Economics was in the works, but that it was not yet known who would present it.
The series was launched on July 8, , and finished on June 9th, On January 18, , Hank Green announced he would be hosting a new series about philosophy in February Philosophy is the first course to have a corporate sponsor; Squarespace will present each episode. The series was launched February 8, The series is produced by the science-series team in Missoula, Montana, as the series focuses on issues in logic and the philosophy of science.
The series ended on February 13, On February 17, , a preview for Crash Course Mythology was uploaded. Hosted by Mike Rugnetta, the series began on February 24, It covers creation myths, pantheons, destruction myths, heroes, mythical places, creatures, objects, and myths in the modern world. John referred to Hank's series as "the science stuff" counterpart to his humanities courses. A series, Computer Science , is also a science course, although it is produced by the team in Indianapolis who have traditionally produced the humanities series.
The series used humor to blend entertainment into its educational content. For the benefit of uncertain viewers, Hank Green links YouTube annotations to every specific subtopic he explains in the video at the conclusion of the episode the annotations replay the video starting from the particular annotation the viewer selects. In July , a Crash Course Biology episode discussing comparative anatomy was featured on a Mashable article.
In the final episode of Crash Course Biology , Green revealed that the successor series, Crash Course Ecology , would follow in the spirit of the Biology series. In January , Hank Green announced that his next series would be Crash Course Chemistry , following a similar style to his previous Biology and Ecology series.
He talked about the importance of chemistry to the world, and talked about the series in a brief 2-minute preview video. On January 3, , Hank Green teased the launch of a series on psychology , before launching it on February 3. The series began on January 6, Phil Plait began teaching a course on astronomy on January 15, Plait stated that the course, "will cover basic topics in astronomy like motions in the sky, naked-eye observing, the planets, eclipses, stars, galaxies, and the whole Universe.
The series premiered March 31, It began on February 22 and is hosted by Carrie Anne Philbin. On February 28, , a preview for Crash Course Sociology was uploaded. It premiered on March 13 and is hosted by Nicole Sweeney. On January 17, , a preview for Crash Course Statistics was uploaded. It will premiere the following week and is hosted by Adriene Hill, returning after having co-hosted the Economics series. On May 10, , a preview for Crash Course Engineering was uploaded.
It is hosted by Dr. Shini Somara, returning after having hosted the Physics series, and will run for 46 episodes. This outlines the history of existence, from the Big Bang forward into the evolution of life. Both Green brothers host the series, with Emily Graslie participating as a guest host. In March , Emily Graslie noted on her Twitter feed that she would be participating in a new Big History miniseries.
In February , John Green announced that Crash Course producer Stan Muller would host a seven episode miniseries on intellectual property. On February 23, , a new series, Crash Course Kids was announced through a video preview on its own YouTube channel. On March 5, , the first episode in the Recess format was posted. According to its description, this will consist of "short, fully animated episodes [which] are going to pop up a few times a year and will shed light on amazing stories from past or current Crash Course subjects that for one reason or another didn't make it into the shows.
The course was to discuss 'what Human Geography isn't, and what it is, and discuss humans in the context of their world'. The series would have been hosted by Miriam Nielsen. A premiere episode was posted on October 19, , and a second the following week; however, both were removed on October John Green posted to Twitter that " We'll rework the series And we'll bring a better series to you in a few months. In a Reddit AMA in October , John Green indicated the course may not return for some time, stating "we don't feel like we've cracked it yet.
DVD box sets of the complete run of the Biology series and of season 1 of World History were made available for pre-order on October 31, From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
I Wrote a Book. It's called "An Absolutely Remarkable Thing" and it's about a group of friends who accidentally become the most important people in the world. Why do the Vlogbrothers have punishments? How did Hank Green and John Green (author) get so much knowledge? How can dating online work?.
On the face of it, this was not such a remarkable thing. After all, Green is a local boy and, being one half of popular YouTube channel Vlogbrothers 3. Except this was all paid for by his own brother: To rewatch their early outings is both charming and disconcerting: But the internet was a very different place in those early videos, and it seems a long time since either brother had the freedom and the anonymity to film themselves killing 15 hours in their local Target.
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Green manages to blend humor, mystery and science fiction in his fast-paced debut novel. It makes for a novel that's always charming, always fast-paced, but which is sneakily and uncomfortably ambivalent about the things it celebrates.
Crash Course launched a preview on December 2, As of March 10, , the Crash Course YouTube channel has over 9 million subscribers  and the channel passed 1 billion total views in February To date, there are 36 main series of Crash Course , with John hosting nine and Hank hosting seven. Together with Emily Graslie , they also co-hosted Big History. Alongside the PBS partnership, and with John commencing a year-long hiatus from the show in , additional hosts were brought in to increase the number of concurrent series:
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This first book of a science-fiction duology is unbelievably relevant, but also a very entertaining adventure story. One night, young graphic designer April May stumbles upon a giant robot sculpture in New York. Fascinated by what she assumes is merely a masterfully done art piece, April decides to call her best friend, film a video with him and the mysterious being she calls Clark and upload it to Youtube. By the next morning her life is changed forever. Identical figures have appeared all around the world. Because no-one knows where they came from and what they want. Hank Green publishes videos on the Vlogbrothers Youtube channel with his brother, as well as his own music and several podcasts. He is the co-founder of the video conference VidCon and the CEO of an online video production company. And these are just a few of his most known projects.
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Skip to Content. Get age-based picks. Digging into current events, trivia, the weird of the world, and more can be fun. John talks about his struggles with mental illness. John and Hank are obviously friends as well as brothers. They give a space for other "nerdfighters" to feel accepted and cool. Mentions of John Green's fiction books and related movie "The Fault in Our Stars" , VidCon created by the Green brothers , marketing and media brands, sports teams, etc. Parents need to know that Vlog Brothers is a YouTube channel by brothers John and Hank Green intended to raise "nerdy to the power of awesome. They sometimes answer questions from their viewers nicknamed the "nerdfighters" , and other videos include Hank's wife in vlogs and feature other YouTubers. We recommend parent co-viewing of YouTube content for kids under
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He produces the YouTube channel Vlogbrothers , where he and his older brother, John Green , regularly upload videos, as well as for creating and hosting the educational YouTube channels Crash Course and SciShow. Green co-created VidCon , the world's largest conference about online videos, with his brother John,  and created NerdCon: Stories, a conference focused on storytelling. He is the co-creator of The Lizzie Bennet Diaries — , a web series adaptation of Pride and Prejudice in the style of video blogs. He is also the founder of the environmental technology blog EcoGeek and the Internet Creators Guild, and co-founder of merchandise company DFTBA Records , crowdfunding platform Subbable—acquired by Patreon in —game company DFTBA Games, and online video production company Pemberley Digital, which produces video blog adaptations of classic novels in the public domain. Green's debut novel , An Absolutely Remarkable Thing , was published on September 25, ; a sequel to the book is planned. Green was born to Mike and Sydney Green born   in Birmingham, Alabama ,  and his family soon moved to Orlando , Florida , where he was raised.
The Fault in Our Stars author, who recently celebrated the year anniversary of his channel Vlogbrothers with brother Hank Green, has started chronicling his fitness journey in a new vlog called " Days. The channel — which was designed as kind of a digital version of a New Year's resolution — follows Green and friend Chris Waters as they document their quest to improve their fitness and health over a day period. Or as Green describes it in the channel's about page: John Green hopes to 'amplify the voices of people who are not traditionally heard' through YouTube. I just want to say thank you to everyone who has been part of the last decade with us. John and Hank are also selling a series of woodcuts, which are available from their DFTBA store , to celebrate the anniversary. Throughout , John said he and Hank will continue the Vlogbrothers nostalgia by going back and watching every single one of their videos for a new project called "This date in Vlogbrothers history.
April May is a recent art school graduate working long hours at a Manhattan-based startup. Coming home from work one day at 3: News quickly spreads that there are Carls in dozens of cities around the world—from Beijing to Buenos Aires—and April, as their first documentarian, finds herself at the center of an intense international media spotlight. A thoroughly original debut, An Absolutely Remarkable Thing grapples with big themes, including how the social internet is changing fame, rhetoric, and radicalization; how our culture deals with fear and uncertainty; and how vilification and adoration spring from the same dehumanization that follows a life in the public eye. Hank lives in Montana with his wife, son, and cat. About John Green: John lives with his family in Indianapolis, Indiana.
The channel was originally made in to host a project called Brotherhood 2. Hank Green is a musician and entrepreneur, while John Green is an award winning author. Vlogbrothers is owned by Complexly, formerly named EcoGeek LLC, which was originally solely owned by Hank, but now jointly owned by both brothers. Brotherhood 2. John Green was interested in video blogging, and wanted to start a YouTube channel with his brother. The basis of the project was to stop all text communication, and use vlogs instead.
A fake dailybooth account set up which posted embarrassing photoshopped pictures of John. It was later revealed to have been run by Vlogbrothers Kavett. Fat Sandwich — n. A dating food for John, composed of strawberry-flavored protein and pure Crisco fat served on a hamburger bun. Published inby Dutton Books. Fishing Boat Proceeds — lvogbrothers. Vlogbrothers section on the American tax return which John wishes to have filled in at some dafing in his life.How to Be More Than Friends: Question Tuesday