The reason for this new season of content filtering is that every time we filter our content, we get to select a piece of content that we’re actually looking for. This can be a very challenging process and one that will take time and effort.
It’s very frustrating, but the best part about this process is that we get to choose our content in advance. I’m not sure if we’ll be able to come up with that much content in the future, but if we are, it will be interesting.
In 2020, we’ll be selecting 20 pieces of content to filter. As an example, this week’s episode of Gotta Have It was the best one yet. It was the first episode we’ve done that featured a piece of content that might be difficult to get. It was a video that was uploaded by a member of one of our channels. It was a video of a guy playing basketball (and we were not interested in his basketball skills) and it was a video about a movie.
Weve already covered the fact that even though we are going to have a lot of filter content in the future, it will likely be the same content over and over. But with that being said, it might be interesting to see why people didn’t want to upload videos they didnt think were worth keeping. It could be that people are just not interested in this content. Or maybe it’s just a glitch in the system.
The idea seems to have been brought up by someone, and even though there are filters in place, one is definitely not uploading a video that doesnt want to be kept. Maybe its because they arent sure if it will be uploaded or not. Maybe it’s because they are not sure if the video is good enough. Maybe they are just not interested. Or maybe they are in on it and just dont want to see it. Or maybe they are just lazy.
The new filter, Deathloop’s own version of the “Viral Video”, is a sort of “video-by-video filter”. It removes all the content from a video uploaded to a website in an attempt to censor or filter out videos that are too violent, unsuitable, or otherwise not in the spirit of the site.
This is a new concept that sounds like something from The Matrix but based in reality. Deathloops is not a filter, though. Its a filter on some of the content that you decide to put on your website. It is not a filter on the content itself. It is something that you decide to keep or remove based on what you think your audiences will like or dislike.
It’s a joke, right? But no, what I really mean is that it’s a filter, like a filter on the content, as opposed to a filter on the site itself. So if you want a video that your users might find objectionable or offensive, you can either remove or filter it. If you want a video that your users might just find fun and entertaining, you can take the filters off.
In the future, we can look forward to the ability to filter content based on audience size, the age of the audience, and the time of the year. It’s an area of research that’s been explored with some very promising results and I think it will be fascinating to see where it takes us.
I’m not sure if it’s really a good idea to filter out the elderly, but as the old saying goes, “People are the most liberal when it comes to censorship.” If you have an over-fifty set of users out there, you might want to consider that.