Jawed (partially found online videos uploaded by YouTube co-founder; 2005-2010)


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Jawed (YouTube videos)
Screenshot of 'Me at the zoo', Jawed's first and only remaining video.
Screenshot of 'Me at the zoo', Jawed's first and only remaining video.
Status Partially Found

Jawed Karim (জাবেদ করিম) (born 28 October 1979) is an Internet entrepreneur, who co-founded YouTube and was the first person to upload a video on it. The video he released was named 'Me at the zoo' and as of 2016 has reached 34 million views. Many of the core components of PayPal, including its real-time anti-internet fraud system, were also designed and implemented by Karim.

He uploaded many videos to YouTube over the years, but deleted all of them except 'Me at the zoo.' However, some people have been able to find some of them via caches, archives, and re-uploads.


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Anonymous user #1

10 months ago
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He had more than one video?
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Anonymous user #2

10 months ago
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That's what i thought too
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Anonymous user #3

10 months ago
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I never knew he had more than 1 video! I thought he just made the one video ever since I found his channel about 4 years ago.
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Catlinconroy

9 months ago
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I was on YouTube since 2006
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Anonymous user #5

9 months ago
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@Catlinconroy Why do you need to mention that? I'm not trying to be rude or anything, I'm legitimately curious since I don't see any reason for you to bring it up.
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Anonymous user #8

6 months ago
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I think she was just saying
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Catlinconroy

9 months ago
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Ahh, a time when there was no FNaF, no Undertale, no PewDiePie, no fetish channels, just good ol comedic and interesting videos. God I miss those days
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Anonymous user #4

9 months ago
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Just to chip in, I remember a couple of his old videos. They were nothing mindblowing, if I remember correctly it was mostly just videos of planes taking off and landing, I can't remember if it was a window-view deal.
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Anonymous user #5

9 months ago
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Your memories probably correct judging by what's been found. But if that's the case it makes me wonder why he removed the videos in the first place.
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Anonymous user #6

8 months ago
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(Anon 4 again.) That new archive link has 7 pages of videos, I'm sure as hell there weren't that many when I saw his page with the plane vids I mentioned previously. The last time I saw it would've been 2011-ish?, and I remember there being a handful of vids, so he probably privated or deleted a bunch gradually over the years.
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Anonymous user #6

8 months ago
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BTW, that plane vid in the top link was definitely the one I saw.
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VampiroYoshi

8 months ago
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I'm Anons 4 & 6.
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Anonymous user #7

6 months ago
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I remember the video with water simulation having the "fitting" song Let the Bodies Hit the Floor.
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Anonymous user #9

2 months ago
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I remember watching a video of a plane landing on his channel before YouTube had the big "change" in 2012 or 2013. He had about 4-5 videos.
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Killmeyle

1 months ago
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I don't know if i was an anonymous commenter on here earlier, but I remember seeing a video of a plane taking off from inside the plane. It was taking off and you could see the (right?) wing. The color of the wing was white if I recall correctly.
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