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how do I do?"
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00:04:14.112-->00:04:16.152 "I don't know PEERTUBE but I know YouTube,
how do I do?"
00:04:16.177-->00:04:17.340 That's really interesting.
00:04:17.533-->00:04:19.840 And especially people that use daily words,
00:04:21.026-->00:04:23.712 and express their needs in a very pragmatic way.
00:04:24.347-->00:04:26.526 And besides that, there were much more technical people,
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00:04:33.533-->00:04:35.043 if I move to PEERTUBE?"
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00:04:44.191-->00:04:45.964 meaning that I come
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