Hi. Sorry about that. The videos are also on YouTube and DTube. There I don't have to constantly republish to peerID ( which only lasts for 24 hours!!! )
The links die because no one found the content interesting or useful, so no one pinned the content to their own repos. I've also put off making more videos until IPFS becomes a more polished product. I hope someone will create an IPFS browser to deal with all the hashes.
Siderus Orion , IPFS - Manager and IPFS - Desktop are the most complete projects in the IPFS world right now, and I hope there can be more focus on improving them. From an end user's perspective.
I have discovered the dat-project and Beaker Browser which seems to do everything I've been trying to do with IPFS. As an end-user, not a developer, I have switched to dat and Beaker because it's more user-friendly and closer to a finished project. I'm not abandoning my support for IPFS, just putting it on hold.
Why I choose Beaker:
Firstly, it's a browser designed to handle http, https and dat files.
Secondly, it has a library manager that lets me easily add, delete or update the content I'm sharing. I can also add meta-data to my content, i.e. title, description, and even an icon Moreover, the browser can watch a folder an instantly update my link when I change content in the folder. ( This is how I image "ipfs-mount" would work, but I've never been able to use it)
Thirdly, the seeding function. This is awesome! When I view a site, the browser shows me how big the site is, and I can decide for how long do I want to seed the content. 1 day up to forever. It's also easy to check in settings to keep track of what I'm seeding.