Chloe B Babauta Pacific Daily News Published 6:58 p.m. UTC Sep 4, 2018 With fashion lookbooks, eyebrow makeup tutorials and artsy vlogs, Cameron Orland has cultivated a YouTube channel that’s equal parts style inspiration and a visual diary. Orland, 21, started her channel in high school, sharing creative ways to wear her school uniform and outfit ideas for teenage girls. She's known as "Camofspam" to nearly 13,000 subscribers. Scrolling back through her oldest videos, you can see how her aesthetic and skills have evolved over the past five years. Now that the former Dededo resident is studying knitwear design at the Academy of Art University in San Francisco, she doesn’t post as often on her channel anymore. More: Local brand Shorty's Swimwear to launch with beach cleanup More: The Great Dame shop offers Guam unique clothes online or in person But when she does, her videos are woven beautifully with heartfelt reflections, raw emotions and indie music. See what … [Read more...] about Guam native Cameron Orland shares style, art, personal journey with YouTube channel
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A LONDON gang who rapped about stabbing rivals have been banned from making violent "drill" music. The masked thugs sang in online videos about using mopeds to ambush other gangs with blades and guns, leaving them "splattered" with blood. Now, in what is thought to be the first order of its kind, a judge has banned the five "drill 1011" gang members from spouting death or injury in their songs or on social media. It comes after the men- Yonas Girma, 21, Micah Bedeau, 19, Isaac Marshall, 18, Jordan Bedeau, 17, and Rhys Herbert, 17 - were jailed for more than ten years for planning a machete attack against a rival gang. The gang members - who appeared on Tim Westwood's YouTube channel - were stopped by police on their way to carry out a revenge attack on another mob with a terrifying array of weapons. Officers who had monitored the Notting Hill group's social media for two years complied a huge dossier of evidence of them promoting and glorifying violence with lyrics intended … [Read more...] about Machete gang who appeared on Tim Westwood’s YouTube channel banned from making violent drill music videos
Bree Burkitt, Robert Anglen, Alden Woods and Michael Kiefer The Arizona Republic Published 4:12 p.m. UTC Jun 5, 2018 SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. — For almost a decade, it seems, Dwight Lamon Jones held onto a grudge. Jones, who police found dead Monday morning of a self-inflicted gunshot wound in a north Scottsdale hotel room, is suspected in a string of shootings in Phoenix and Scottsdale over the last week. But before he started shooting, Jones, 56, apparently created almost 10 hours of online video outlining what he saw as a conspiracy by his ex-wife, psychiatrists, lawyers and the Maricopa County judicial system to rig a divorce case and steal custody of his son. A YouTube channel titled "exposing lowlifes" housed 18 videos that included a taped interview between his ex-wife and a famous psychiatrist and a long letter to his estranged son. Steven Pitt was just one of the people named. The forensic psychiatrist was … [Read more...] about Phoenix-area shooting suspect left divorce full of discord, YouTube channel full of grudges
Jefferson Graham USA TODAY Published 4:19 p.m. UTC May 23, 2018 MANHATTAN BEACH, Calif. — YouTube is singing a new song, but oh, if only it was as smart as advertised. We got our hands on the new YouTube Music Premium service, which debuted Tuesday morning in a "soft launch" and will slowly roll out to listeners in the next few weeks. The pitch from YouTube-owner Google is a music streaming service that makes better recommendations for you because it knows more about you, from your online searches and YouTube viewing history. But after spending two hours with the service (music.youtube.com or the YouTube Music app on iPhone or Android), I didn't find the music mixes any smarter than rival Spotify, Apple Music or Amazon Prime Unlimited. Perhaps YouTube Music will get smarter about me in the coming weeks, as I use it more. YouTube Music is offered in two varieties, ad-supported or $9.99 for the ad-free version. Open the app and you begin by telling … [Read more...] about The new YouTube Music touts personalized music. 50 playlists later, here’s what I found.
A PHOTOGRAPHY fan has set up a new channel to raise awareness of a rare condition that stops blood from clotting properly. Luke Pembroke, 24, set up the channel called ‘The Clot Thickens’ to raise awareness of the disease which can cause problems with 93 per cent of sufferers. One video documents a trip he made to Uganda with Dr Kate Khair, in which he met patients who can’t access prevention treatment and don’t have the means to get to a hospital for on-demand treatment. The experience made him realise how fortunate he is to live in the UK where treatment is readily available. Luke suffers from haemophilia B which affects one in every 50,000 men in the UK, with haemophilia A affecting one in every 10,000 men. The disease is normally passed on through the mother’s X chromosome, but when Luke was diagnosed it was found his mum wasn’t a carrier of the gene. Instead his diagnosis is the result of a spontaneous mutation which affects one third of all … [Read more...] about Photographer creates YouTube channel to raise awareness of rare blood condition that causes dangerous bleeds