That was pretty cranky though.It doesn't have to be a "video hosting site". After getting fed up with Facebook's uploading peccadillos I've been using Google Drive (for free) instead. You just cite the URL and Facebook recognises it's a video and shows a preview. Best if you already have a GMail account, perhaps. Example: Little Owl in tree
"Cranky"? Guess it just suits me!That was pretty cranky though.
Vimeo | The world's only all-in-one video solution is really easy, free and safe. If you can't manage to upload and link to Vimeo it's a lost cause.
I genuinely don't know if you are being sarcastic or not, but anyway it's not black and white one way or the other; that's why I used extreme examples.
I’m not sure I could eat octopus again after seeing the film “my octopus teacher”. They are such extraordinary and wonderful creatures.Perhaps you should read about the research that has been done on octopus cognition. There was a short series by a philosopher on that topic on BBC Radio 4 recently.
I’m looking forward to this but sadly getting a 403 error: I think it’s a site you need to be logged in to