By David Becker When researching a topic for your paper or manuscript, you may come across a few relevant You Tube videos—perhaps a TED Talk or two—that you would like to cite.
Joining him on the Forbes list are comedians, a prankster, and an LGBT youth activist, among others.
Synopsis: In the year 1752, Joshua and Naomi Collins, with young son Barnabas, set sail from Liverpool, England to start a new life in America.
But even an ocean was not enough to escape the mysterious curse that has plagued their family.
Some of the same principles for citing a blog comment also apply to citing a You Tube comment.
For instance, list the commenter’s user name if their real name isn’t listed and add “Re:” followed by a space before the title of the video.