* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iCkYw3cRwLo Rewind YouTube Style]], a massive conglomeration of internet stars from Creator/FreddieWong to WebVideo/{{Smosh}} to FeliciaDay, featuring {{Music/PSY}}. It made over 7 million views in less than 24 hours. Within 4 months it was at nearly 110 million.
* And now we have [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H7jtC8vjXw8 What Does 2013 Say?]], which is definitely a case of SequelEscalation done right, as best shown by Creator/GavinFree and Daniel Gruchy of ''WebVideo/TheSlowMoGuys'' doing their usual thing while leaping in front of an explosion from a moving trailer.
* Coming right off of this is [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zKx2B8WCQuw Turn Down for 2014]], with special guest appearances by late night anchors such as [[Series/TheColbertReport Stephen Colbert]], [[Series/LastWeekTonightWithJohnOliver John Oliver]], and [[Series/{{Conan}} Conan O'Brien]] watching as a rewind flag passes by their sets (with Conan [[CrowningMomentOfFunny even racing across his own set with one]]).
* For YouTube's 10th birthday, they made an A to Z compilation of the most popular [=YouTubers=] and videos, using 18 different styles of video, ranging from flipbooks to papercraft to ''Minecraft''. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WwoKkq685Hk View it here.]]
* [=YouTube=] is infamous for being the lacky dog of [[CorruptCorporateExecutive copyright companies who don't want any of their material online]]. However when WebVideo/SuperBunnyhop called out Creator/{{Konami}}'s controversial's practices regarding the treatment of Creator/HideoKojima and the cancellation of ''VideoGame/SilentHills'', Konami pretty much filed a false copyright claim and took the video down, seemingly to silence any negativity that could threaten their bottom line. [=YouTube=] ''proceeded'' to '''upload the video back on their own terms'''. Looks like the dog bit back.
* The amount of video uploaded every minute on [=YouTube=] has been measured in hours for a long time. As of August 2016, the [[http://www.marketingpilgrim.com/2014/12/in-the-next-60-seconds-300-hours-of-video-will-be-uploaded-to-youtube.html conservative estimate]] is at four... days. Per minute. That says something about ease of uploading. Even if SturgeonsLaw were to apply to 99.99% of it for a given person, good videos would remain overabundant, even before touching the site's massive archive.