New website feature: Iterative TV

Last night I took a dive into the Tony Stark “conversational programming” future and asked my computer to build a page that collects the Youtube videos I’ve links and plunks them randomly in a playlist that you can put on in the background for what must be close to a day and a half of viewing. It took about 10 minutes with a little back and forth.

Today I updated the metadata on three dozen posts and pushed it up. The result is Iterative TV. I’m gonna chuck it on in the background and see what happens.

Update the next day: It turns out that it sometimes (often on iOS) doesn’t load the player correctly for no easily discernable reason. So I guess I’ll have to go down the road of creating an actual YouTube playlist at some point in the future.

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