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  • Mental Floss 'gets it' with YouTube content
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Mental Floss 'gets it' with YouTube content

"Albert Einstein did not fail maths at school," insists YouTube star and author John Green. He's hosting a YouTube show for humour and trivia magazine Mental Floss, and Green's fast-talking, high energy antics on the channel has been accredited for its overwhelming success.

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