There is this Youtube-User who calls himself mismag822 he explains a whole bunch of rather simple, almost self working tricks.
At first I thought he his one of those who disrespects magic. But having seen many, many videos of him explaining stuff, I realize that this old man loves magic. He really likes it. Not the wonder, but the challenge, the puzzle. And there is nothing wrong with this. Obviously he sits at home (with his dogs) creating those videos.
He has fallen for false friends. Who praise him doing it. So he gets the "social feedback" he needs and that encourages him to do more videos. He's got more than 5000 subscribers. What he needs is a friend or at least real spectators.
This is just one example. I think it doesn't hurt magic.