The first-ever YouTube clip is brief and features company co-founder Jawed Karin at the San Diego Zoo
Time flies when you’re having fun watching videos of animals avoiding baths, babies laughing at paper or little kids professing their love of turtles or getting their finger bitten by a baby named Charlie.
It’s incredible to think that 10 years ago this week the very first YouTube video was uploaded. It was on April 23, 2005, that a simple 18-second video titled “Me at the zoo” was posted by YouTube co-founder Jawed Karin. The rest is internet history.
It’s hard to imagine life without YouTube. Tosh.0 wouldn’t exist, there would be no Justin Bieber and without a doubt, we would all be more productive at work.
Keep it up, YouTube!