The Robot Processed a Youtube Log Screen Shot

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The client sent a screen shot of their Youtube history log.

YouTube keeps a log of all of the videos that you watched on the site while logged in to your YouTube or Google account. YouTube knows about all the videos that you watched on the site while logged in to the account.

To disable My Search History, go to this settings page on YouTube.  The page lists all the videos that you watched on the site in the past (you need to be logged in).

Locate the pause search history button at the top and click on it to disable the logging of videos that you watch on YouTube.

3 Comments to “The Robot Processed a Youtube Log Screen Shot”

  1. um/sks client | http://urbanmetabolisms.blogspot.de/ | November 16th, 2012 at 2:22 pm

    But is it possible to dismantle it publicly and still keep a log for oneself to use as a work archive?

  2. um/sks client | http://urbanmetabolisms.blogspot.de/ | November 16th, 2012 at 2:55 pm

    Before KHJ posted his 9to5 work vehicle demo at the km temporaer gallery, I had coincidently begun to keep a folder named ‘Weeks Work’, so I could track better what I’d actually produced. The YouTube Log I found mostly useful because it produced an archive of my work, since I do plenty of research via You Tube. It fit also with KHJ’s request for recalling work performed. Of course the drawing that his little vehicle produces is an abstraction produced through binary code. Sample File:

    0010 352
    0111 1684
    0010 706
    0110 353
    0011 729
    0111 256
    1000 264
    0010 994

  3. um/sks client | http://urbanmetabolisms.blogspot.de/ | November 16th, 2012 at 4:13 pm

    See my full post at:
    http://urbanmetabolisms.blogspot.de/2012/11/composting-net-khj-robotic-vehicle.html

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