This channel focuses heavily on MS-DOS / x86 systems and the things you can do with them. Videos already vary heavily, from run-of-the-mill system overviews and benchmarks to slightly stranger things, like Video Capture and Editing, CD Authoring and even a glimpse into how industrial SBCs are implemented.
Emphasis is placed on accuracy, so period-correct hardware is used where possible and emulation is not used - in fact, a lot of what we're doing isn't currently possible under emulation.
I do make mistakes, though, which I try to correct and that brings us to the next point of interest.
I value my viewers highly, if it wasn't for the input of others then nothing would improve, you and I are much the same and can help one another in this regard. If I make a mistake, tell me. If you have a question, ask it. I always try to read every comment because it's only fair, you took the time to watch something and write that comment out, so it's only right that I take the time to read it and reply where possible - though due to time constraints, occasionally some get missed, feel free to remind me if I forget about you.