So... my youtube channel with its paltry 256 subscribers is the closest thing I've got to any sort of musical clout online.

It was demonetized last year (I did actually get a $100 check from ad revenue a few years back; it took me literally 10 years) and per the new TOS going into effect on December 10, I assume that means that my channel will be subject to arbitrary termination for not being "commercially viable." 1/

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Lately I've been uploading my stuff to archive.org too, and I've also been fooling around with a peertube account (@usonian) but YouTube is pretty much where my audience is. Not sure where to go from here.

It's not like I'm in it for revenue; I have never and will never utter the words "Hey guys, remember to like and subscribe" in a youtube video. But the trickle of validation I've gotten over the years has been nice, and I would miss it. 2/

@usonian Peertube is cool but has even less public mindshare/understanding the Mastodon. There's Vimeo, but my sense is that that's more of a hosting environment than a social/consumption environment.

🤷‍♂️ Setting myself a reminder to download all my stuff before December 10.

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