My Favorite YouTubers

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All these years watching YouTube videos and learning from the best have been my favorite thing and I must say I have found some great minds on YouTube. So, sharing this list could help someone else who has the same interest as I do. So, first and foremost I would like to clarify that my interests include: Tech, Productivity, Science but I will try to include others as well. So, let's get started: 


Marques Brownlee

Photo: Forbes

The Tech Star, the man himself, Marques Brownlee. I have been watching his videos for about 7 years and he is the best at what he does. Absolutely love #teamcrispy. 

Photo: Dave2D, YouTube

Dave2D is famous for minimal, to-the-point videos. This is why I like his videos too. 

@Mrwhosetheboss, Twitter

Mrwhosetheboss is very skilled at making engaging tech videos. His subscribers are skyrocketing lately. 

Special Mention: The Verge, JerryRigEverything, Kevin Stratvert, Beebom


Photo: Ali Abdaal, YouTube

Ali Abdaal is a doctor by profession, although his videos are different from his profession. He makes videos on productivity, how to get started with making money on the internet, and many more. 



Photo: Isha Foundation

Though Sadhguru doesn't run his channel by himself. Thanks to the volunteers, we get to see the aura, knowledge, and spirituality that he reflects.  

Photo: Sandeep Maheshwari, YouTube

Sandeep Maheshwari is one of the best people I discovered on the internet. So much to say about him, that I cannot write in words. Go see yourself. 

Special Mention: Prince Ea



3blue1brown is a YouTube channel run by Grant Sanderson. He also makes videos for Khan Academy. His videos are very well researched and high-level. 

Photo: Vsauce, YouTube

Vsauce (Michael Stevens) is a YouTuber who makes you question things you have never thought of. He gives a different perspective of things. 


Veritasium is a channel run by Ph.D. graduate Derek Muller. His videos are how he likes to call it "An element of truth - videos about science, education, and anything else I find interesting.".

Mark Rober, Wikipedia

Mark Rober is a former engineer at NASA. My favorite part about his videos includes those where he creates absolutely amazing things from simple ideas and things. 

Special Mention: SmarterEveryDay, Real Engineering, Tom Scott


@ThatWasEpic, Twitter

Down to earth, Confident, Original. Absolutely love this guy and his videos.

Do I need to say anything? Don't we all know him?


TheEllenShow, YouTUBE

Loved her for her humor, style. 


Love his shows for the comedy and energy that he gives to his interviews. Also, the different fun games. 


Peter McKinnon, YouTube

A perfect package of entertainment and knowledge. Loved his way of editing and doing things. 

Sisan Baniya along with his team comes with the best videos and stories. Definitely a channel you need to check out. 

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