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: 

Tech 

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

Productivity 

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. 

Motivation/Spirituality

Sadhguru

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

Science


Photo: www.3blue1brown.com

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. 


Photo: www.innotechtoday.com

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

Entertainment


@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?

Shows


TheEllenShow, YouTUBE

Loved her for her humor, style. 


Photo: www.nytimes.com

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

Cinematography


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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