With the wealth of good-quality, free video content available on the web, the only difficulty is deciding what to watch and where. PC Advisor readers recommend the finest online clip joints for music videos, TV episodes, films, humour, gaming, nature and more.
How Stuff Works
Recommended by: David A
Covering everything from PC security to professional wrestling, How Stuff Works attempts to demystify the mechanics of everyday (and not so everyday) life with simple video explanations.
PCA readers may find the high-tech and gadget-related material most useful, but those who wish to meet a real-life vampire or read about bioluminescence are catered for too.
Recommended by: Si_L
We could hardly complete this rundown without mentioning the giant of web video.
What’s YouTube’s secret? Well, its user base and clip collection are both immense, and it has the kind of brand recognition that makes it the first port of call for anyone searching for a sporting blooper, music video or humorous clip. And the comments sections are inexplicably popular, despite their notorious tendency to descend into juvenile abuse.
The site has become stricter about enforcing copyright since Google’s take-over - a sensible move, but one that makes certain content harder to find.