Maybe you think you could not live without YouTube or Netflix, because you love the possibility of watching any video at any time, but it was not always like that.
Before all the vloggers and viral videos was the first-ever YouTube video... and it's pretty boring. The clip is titled Me at the Zoo and that's basically it, a guy saying he is in front of the elephant area in a zoo.
The interesting thing about this video is that the person who appears in it is Jawed Karim, one of the original YouTube developers before Google bought it. The original creators were Chad Hurley, Steve Chen, and Karim.
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Thank you to these guys #ChadHurley #SteveChen #JawedKarim #Youtube
It is not strange that one of them appeared in the first video on the platform. However, Jawed did not publish anything else on his channel, despite more than 48 million views. Now he is a millionaire since he received more than one billion dollars for the platform.
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