YouTube changed the requirements for monetizing a new channel, and the numbers don’t look great for new content creators. With many producers complaining about videos being demonetized, what can we do to help support smaller content creators? I’m trying to build a small “feeder” community to discover new producers.
I hope you’ll help me support new and smaller producers by sharing, linking, and upvoting over at r/GlowingRectangles.
TK goes hands on with the brand new Honor 7X! Just released globally in the UK during a launch event in London. He had his Honor 6X at the ready for a comparison. Hope you enjoy the quick hands on video!
Maybe not quite as popular as shows from the UK or USA, Canada has produced some classic television. Charming programs with fantastic casts and excellent writing. YouTube Channel Encore+ is working with several Canadian production and distribution companies to preserve some popular titles, making them freely available to all who want to watch. Personally, I’m excited to see an easy way to stream Slings & Arrows, since the wife and I are Shakespeare nerds, and this show is one of the truest (and funniest) representations of a life spent in theatre.
Other classics include Are You Afraid of the Dark, Due South, and Degrassi. Conveniently organized in playlists by show, Encore+ promises more to come. Shocking to see under 6000 subscribers at the time this post was written. Check out the link below for some excellent (and free) TV watching.
Buckle up. I couldn’t hold this one in. An article was published on Recode following the release of a series of first-look videos, from a handful of YouTube channels. There’s a lot of salt, but the overall tone (and mis-characterization of these video producers) was vile. I don’t believe anyone at Recode is overtly racist, but we need to have a chat about perception and different points of view…
Today I have for you my review of the Apple Watch Series 3 after using it for over 2 weeks with the iPhone 8 Plus. I am very surprised how the watch performed on a daily basis and how the battery lasted over 2 days on regular usage.
Google Daydream VR has been out for some time and earlier this year Google announced that the Galaxy S8 and S8+ would get support for Daydream VR and we did get that this summer. Today I have for you the review of the Galaxy Note 8 with Daydream VR.