The Best Linus Tech Tip Memes So Far
Linus Gabriel Sebastian is the originator of Linus Media Group and a famous YouTube personality, presenter, and producer. As of this September, his YouTube channel Linus Tech Tips was ranked as the most watched Technology channel.
Clear Sebastian founded Linus Media Group in January 2013 with Luke Lafreniere, Edzel Yago, and Brandon Lee. What started as a business in a garage turned into the Linus Tech Tips channel, which now has 12.3 million subscribers and over 4 billion views. And that’s not the only YouTube channel Linus has, there’s also Techquickie, Channel Super Fun, TechLinked, LinusCatTips, LMG Clips, ShortCircuit, and Carpool Critics.
Tech enthusiasts from around the world tune into Linus’s channels, so it’s no wonder he’s become the target of some hilarious memes. Let’s have a look, shall we?
The Memes Provided By Linus Himself
Even Linus’ Twitter account shares some pretty worthy memes of the founder himself, which makes it rather challenging to keep a straight face. So, without further ado, let’s check out some of these memes.
Linus Tech Tips is a YouTube channel about consumer technology, computers, PC unboxing, step-by-step computer build guides and gadget reviews. The team aims to inform and educate people of all ages. Linus Sebastian runs the channel under Linus Media Group, and this is one of his many active channels. The others are Techquickie, Techlinked, Short Circuit, Mac Address, LMG Clips and Channel Super Fun which are all very successful. He is the primary host in most of the videos but has so far hired several other presenters to step in. Through these, Linus has generated an estimated net worth of $85 million through his ownership of Linus Media Group. He runs the company together with his wife, Yvonne Ho.
Linus Tech Tips is one of the large tech YouTube channels where they go in-depth on different devices through reviews, modifications, testing etc.
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