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It's been a year since I've started making videos on YouTube! It seems crazy, I feel like I'm only getting started.
Recently, I went to Igloofest, this outside music festival and made a little vlog there:
The thing is, Alex's sister got us another set of VIP tickets for this weekend for a better DJ (she works HR at a hotel and gets lots of free tickets for stuff like Cirque du Soleil and all). The evening is going to be a lot more wild - tickets are already sold out. And I'm really racking my brain on how to make the 2nd video more interesting instead of being more of the same... I've never really made the "same" video twice, could be a nice experiment.
" Celine Dion declined to participate" ??? She's French Canadian, how was she even considered?
Looks like some country singer agreed tho, perfectly appropriate.
I've been going every week to this creative group, where every month we pick a theme and try to learn about it and come up with a project. That's how I learned how to crochet and made a hat a couple months back. This month, we're doing Gin/Flavoured Vodka. Made 4 different bottles yesterday (0,5L each) and now we let it sit for 48h. For the Gin, apparently all you need is to add juniper berries to vodka for 24h. We'll see how it all tastes in the end!
Here's the photos of what we put in each bottle: http://imgur.com/a/W2HZB
Eh, I bet they do it because it fits well in some corporate checklist and it's easily quantifiable. You don't see that many corporations active on reddit (in an official way, not saying they're not trying to sneak in corporate shills) in comparison.
Yeah, I don't mean they are bots, I mean it's probably people automatically following back everybody, without caring about the content.
Yeah, I've noticed that already. Most my twitter feed looks like people shouting in the void, hoping someone will click on their link. It's a spammer's paradise.
The thing about twitter, is that corporations take it very seriously. So it's my go-to place to go vent any frustrations I have.
And tweet at some minot celebrities in hopes to attract their attention.
And spongebob memes.
I have a friend that's been branding himself a "growthhacker" and his twitter is basically automated, replying to people, re-tweeting, re-posting. He's gaining followers by the minute but how many of these people are even real? So useless...