I'd also imagine that there were ones where they'd done the entire experiment and just simply found it to not be interesting enough to air.
I'm hearing rumblings that Youtube Gaming already has some concerning rules too, like automatic strikes for playing copyrighted music (even accidentally) over a stream. I have this feeling it's going to be an uphill battle...
"Torrent sites are easily startled, but they'll soon be back... and in greater numbers."
Come on, do you even watch Star Wars?
I'm so sick of the idiots coming out of college now that only know Java, the way they look at you in horror when you say, "No, there is not a library for that. You have to write it yourself."
I can agree with the sentiment that someone who only knows how to put libraries together wouldn't be a particularly good developer (and by extension, a particularly good employee), but discounting someone who prefers using a pre-existing library instead of baking their own solution seems a bit of an overreaction. Software development is like any other aspect of collaboration: you won't get very far by reinventing the wheel every time, so what's wrong with building on the work of others in order to accomplish a goal?
"The algorithm to do that is extremely nasty. You might want to mug someone with it." -- M. Devine, Computer Science 340