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hpr2544 :: How I prepared episode 2493: YouTube Subscriptions - update

In show 2493 I listed some of my YT subscriptions - here's how

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How I prepared episode 2493: YouTube Subscriptions - update

Introduction

In show 2493 I listed a number of the YouTube channels I watch. Some of what I did to prepare the notes was to cut and paste information from YouTube pages, but the basic list itself was generated programmatically. I thought the process I used might be of interest to somebody so I am describing it here.

Components

I needed four components to achieve what I wanted:

I will talk a little about the first three components in this episode in order to provide an overview.

Full-length notes

The full-length notes (available here) contain details of the processes involved in building the list of channels.


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