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Bill Wurtz (stylized as bill wurtz or billwurtz in lower case) is a New York City-based singer-songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, and online video producer. He’s known for his unique musical, satirical, and narrative style, which combines deadpan delivery and singing with surrealist, psychedelic, and nonsequitur visuals.
Wurtz started uploading videos to YouTube in 2013. In 2014, he launched a website to showcase a compilation of music and videos he had produced since 2002. Wurtz then went on to post edited versions of his videos to Vine, where he first gained notoriety. With his animated videos History of Japan (2016) and History of the Entire World, I Guess, he became a YouTube sensation (2017). From 2017 to March 2019, Wurtz released music videos on a regular basis. Wurtz was absent on YouTube for the rest of 2019 and all of 2020 when reorganizing his video production setup, but he returned in January 2021 with a new visual style of 3D animation.
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“history of the entire universe, I think” is a 20-minute tale that spans the beginning of time to the present day, filled with jokes and surrealist graphics.
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Here’s a link to the video:
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Prior to “history of the entire world,” Wurtz was best known for his nine-minute video “history of japan,” which has over 15 million views on YouTube.
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Otherwise, his videos are usually just a few seconds long and consist of one-off jokes and non-sequitor situations.
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He’s received a lot of praise for them. They combine his calm voice and all-lowercase style, which gives the videos a lowkey, relaxing feel, with a chaotic pace usually associated with the web — using frequent non-sequitors, bright neon pictures, and an aesthetic that evokes bad infomercials from local television stations in the 1980s — with his calm voice and all-lowercase type, which gives the videos a lowkey, relaxing vibe. He hadn’t uploaded anything to YouTube in months until “history of the entire planet.”
It’s been a long time since I’ve made a triumphant return. Wurtz’s “history” videos have the added benefit of being jam-packed with jokes and fascinating facts. Furthermore, bestsellers like Bill Bryson’s “A Short History of Nearly All,” Stephen Hawking’s “A Brief History of Time,” and, more recently, Yuval Noah Harari’s “Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind” have long been influential macrohistories about the Earth and the cosmos. Fans are taking screenshots and making them into memes because Wurtz’s video is so dense — he has so many jokes jammed in there that they seem to interrupt themselves. The aim of the template is to transform a video still into a reaction to a “my feel when” line. http://pan-lance.tumblr.com/post/160529281483/me-before-a-breakdown-me-after-a-breakdown https://destinyesque.tumblr.com/post/160531117169/when-people-won’t-leave-you-alone http://ziggy-starlord.tumblr.com/post/160526506590/when-the-depression-hits-but-youve http://astral-pouch.tumblr.com/post/160528136580/when-another-history-of-video-by-bill-wurtz-gets-released.html The meme didn’t last long at first, but it’s making a comeback thanks to a Fine Bros. reaction video, which became one of YouTube’s top-trending videos and catapulted the meme into the mainstream. The Fine Bros. video sparked a new wave of interest in the meme, which is currently trending on Tumblr.
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Death Trash will soon be available on Steam Early Access.
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We have a few announcements to make:
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1. Death Trash will be self-published.
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2. At the start of 2020, Death Trash will be available on Steam as an Early Access title. Please add the game to your Steam wishlist at https://store.steampowered.com/app/941460/Death Trash/3. When the game is done, it will be released on Xbox One, Playstation 4, Nintendo Switch, and other PC stores.
In recent weeks, I’ve spent much of my time working on tools. They’ve progressed to the point where I can actually do something useful with them in a fraction of the time it took me to start this project. Since much of the asset pipeline is now automated, this iteration, for example, the start of a new stage, only took me a few hours instead of a full day.
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I’m dead because I finished Anger is a Gift. Guys, you’re so intense, but you’re so sweet. Please pick it up (it’s already out because I’m slow, but hopefully my review will be up on Thursday). Since All of This is True is coming out this week, I started reading it almost instantly. I’ll have to wait until after the release date to write my review for this one, but oh well. It’s impossible to avoid it. I’m still undecided about how I feel about this one. It’s intriguing, but it’s also a little underwhelming, owing to the prose, which I’m not particularly fond of. But we’ll have to wait and see!
Well, this week was a disaster! My anxiety has been at an all-time high, and I’m still not doing well. I can’t really say what happened, but something triggering happened this week that made me feel like I took SUCH a step backwards in terms of my mental health, and now I’m really,, struggling.
However, it wasn’t all bad because I went to the Moco Museum with my mother yesterday, which was enjoyable, and I still had to work on Friday evening, which provided a welcome diversion. My fear, on the other hand, refuses to go away. It never really goes away, but it’s been particularly noticeable this week, regardless of what I do or what happens.