Most voted words at HN: http://ediscope.labs.yahoo.net/final/hackernews_positive.png
Least voted words at HN: http://ediscope.labs.yahoo.net/final/hackernews_negative.png
These trends are pretty volatile. The data was collected at the time when Larry Page was announced to succeed Eric Schmidt. They were pretty hot that day.
People - listen - video is not always the best medium to get your message across. Sometimes you want to back-track, review, re-interpret, and otherwise look at again.
Video imposes linearity and and imposes pace. Between them these can be a complete turn-off and prevent people from engaging with your material.
Use video for what it's good at, and use the printed word much more often.
If you just scroll down you get all data and infographics in text form. Now I need to make this more intuitive so that anti-video folks can easily go to text/graphics content.
Video also has some advantages. It creates a bit deeper engagement. I think that people who decided to watch the video will remember your project better.
You need to tell a story.
(Will this article also work for Hacker News Points? Also, why is "York" highly likes but "New" isn't?)
Adding smarter natural language processing is in my plans for next versions.