The same thing happened to me when I discovered Grovo. I think my first 60 second instructional video was about some feature of Gmail that I wanted to learn more about. I watched the video and then saw all of the other Gmail instructional videos Grovo offered, and so I watched another. At some point, I got on their email list and that is where things started getting out of control. Grovo sends an email with a sampling from many different tracks they offer: Facebook, Chrome, Gmail, Box, Dropbox, Google Drive, Office 365, Blogger, Boomerang, CraigsList, Spotify, Skype, iTunes, LinkedIn, iPhone Tips and Tricks, Firefox, Feedly...well, just check them all out here. I haven't even scratched the surface!
So I started watching videos...for free. Yup, Grovo offers a TON of free videos. Since then, I have been given access to their Pro account which opens up the entire 3,500 video library to me. What an incredible resource! I started watching the videos as a way to learn some new tips and tricks for the web sites/tools I already use, but as I got into it I realized the potential to help clients of my small computer side business. I can learn about other sites my clients may be using so that I can help them. I'm also looking into way to use the free Grovo videos to helpothers with online tools they would like to become more familiar with. Grovo is also set up to help companies train entire teams. With each video being just 60 seconds long followed by a couple quiz questions to help make sure you understood the material, this site is sure to help anybody regardless of the "geek abilities".