Yatoimtop is an animator, artist, musician and game developer. You can follow his video channel at:

➡️ @yatoimtop

He did a really nice music video to go with an EP he released:


The video is made with the FOSS animation suite @blender

You can find the EP on Bandcamp at:


Infosec Bytes is a series of easy-to-understand videos explaining how to protect your privacy. You can follow at:

➡️ @infosecbytes

They are made by the Centre for Investigative Journalism in London, and are originally intended for journalists, but anyone can use them.

For example, here's their video explaining Signal messenger:


Slope's Game Room is a popular YouTube account about the history of video games, and they are now also posting their videos on the Fediverse. You can follow at:

➡️ @slopesgameroom

The latest video is a history of Konami's Castlevania series:


Geotechdigital (aka Geotechland) is a video blogger who focuses on FOSS, community projects, Linux etc. You can follow at:

➡️ @geotechdigital

It's a fairly new account so the videos may not be visible from your instance yet. If so, you can browse the PeerTube page directly instead at tilvids.com/accounts/geotechdi

Uglyhack creates detailed videos about electronics projects, you can follow at:

➡️ @uglyhack (videos)


➡️ @uglyhack (non-video stuff)

The videos are all creative commons and posted on PeerTube, part of the brilliant diode.zone instance.

Here's a typical example, where they create a headphone amp for a bass guitar so their friend can practise without disturbing anyone:


Pine64 make low-price open hardware including Linux-based smartphones, laptops and tablets. You can follow them at:

➡️ @PINE64

Also, check out their new video channel at:

➡️ @pine64tilvids

As it's New Year's eve, here's Pine64's community roundup of 2020:


Their website is at pine64.org

HexDSL is a video blogger who posts entertaining chats about Linux, video games and assorted tech stuff. You can follow at:

➡️ @hexdsl

Here's an example video which combines all three topics:


Sean Hodgins does video tutorials making open source hardware using 3D printers, recycled hardware and other materials, covering both advanced and simple projects. You can follow at:

➡️ @seanhodgins

Here's an open source torch/flashlight tutorial, aimed at beginners:


The complete set of videos is visible at diode.zone/accounts/seanhodgin

Tom Cooks is a cooking channel very much of the Fediverse. It takes a totally different approach to food preparation, looking at its roots with our cave-dwelling ancestors and how it developed from there onwards. You can follow at:

➡️ @tom

Here's Tom making flatbread:


Brandkopf draws and paints fantastic portraits, figures and scenes both digitally and traditionally. They also do interesting videos about their art, including quick sketches and timelapses from start to finish.

You can follow at:

➡️ @brandkopf (images)


➡️ @brandkopf (videos)

Here's an example video:

Their portfolio is at art.sommerwolke.com

Open Space Vids is a channel full of public domain videos related to space. You can follow at:

➡️ @openspacevids

The videos feature a mixture of historical and current topics.

You can see the complete set of videos at tilvids.com/accounts/openspace

The Attic Dwellers is a video account featuring 1980s and 1990s childhood nostalgia. You can follow at:

➡️ @theatticdwellers

It's mainly American, but there's also some international pop culture too like Max Headroom and Lego.

The complete set of videos is visible at tilvids.com/accounts/theatticd

YesterKitchen is a cooking channel about the history of food, with the presenter explaining the history of each dish as she prepares it. You can follow at:

➡️ @yesterkitchen

There's a focus on the origins of American comfort food, and it has a general retro aesthetic harking back to a 1950s USA.

The full selection of videos is visible at tilvids.com/accounts/yesterkit

Dr Mark Sundaram is a university professor who presents The Endless Knot, a series of videos connecting language with history. You can follow the videos at:

➡️ @alliterative

The full set of videos is also available on the PeerTube instance at tilvids.com/accounts/alliterat

Libre Graphics Meeting is an annual conference discussing free open source graphics software, including graphic design, digital painting and more.

You can follow at:

➡️ @lgm


➡️ @lgm (videos)

You can see the presentations from the 2020 conference online at the video account above.

The official website is at libregraphicsmeeting.org

Frame The Game is a video channel about gaming, covering games themselves, game design and history. You can follow at:

➡️ @framethegame

The complete set of videos is also visible at tilvids.com/accounts/frametheg

The Arts Hole (no really, that's the name!) is a series of quirky and informative videos about the history of art. You can follow at:

➡️ @theartshole

The full set of videos is also viewable at tilvids.com/accounts/theartsho

Blender is a free open source software suite for creating 3D and 2D CGI animation, stills and effects. You can follow their official Mastodon account at:

➡️ @Blender

They also have an official PeerTube account at:

➡️ @blender

The official website is at blender.org

Big Car is a PeerTube channel about cars and automotive history. You can follow at:

➡️ @bigcar

The complete set of videos is visible through PeerTube at tilvids.com/accounts/bigcar/vi

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