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By bryan, 2018-01-26
Hey all -- we've got some new VlogWatch merch -- with all new designs by Blind Mime Studios -- and we're really excited! Hope you like the new designs and stuff available at our all new LotsaBrands!com shop -- go check 'em out!
We've got awesome designs for laptop zip covers, phone cases and dye sublimation (print all over) t-shirts. Hope you love them as much as we do!
By bryan, 2017-10-12
The wait is over! John Green, the number one best-selling author of The Fault in Our Stars, is back.
It all begins with a fugitive billionaire and the promise of a cash reward.
Turtles All the Way Down is about lifelong friendship, the intimacy of an unexpected reunion, Star Wars fan fiction, and tuatara. But at its heart is Aza Holmes, a young woman navigating daily existence within the ever-tightening spiral of her own thoughts.
In his long-awaited return, John Green shares Aza's story with shattering, unflinching clarity.
By bryan, 2017-08-21
offer a positive way to look at trolls at around 6:25 here:HOW WE BEAT THE TROLLS LOL Vid 1313 .
Jade says, "It's great that I give your life purpose." And then Jon adds that since adsense is enabled, they actually get money every time someone trolls their comments.
It's funny they talked about trolling this morning because, after being away from their channel for many months, I began watching again yesterday and noticed the large number of trolls clogging up their comment feeds. I guess there are large numbers of people that think it's fun to do that. What a pointless life they must lead if they find value in that kind of thing.
Good job putting it all into perspective, Jade and John.
By bryan, 2017-04-10
I'm a big Youtube news junkie. It's where I get a significant portion of my news and I watch a diverse range of stuff, from right to left. Probably some of it is what originally defined "fake news," although that term is being more loosely defined every day.
As you've most likely heard, lots of major advertisers have discontinued advertising on youtube, reportedly, on the basis of news reports of ads being shown on fringe hate videos. The logic being that an advertiser doesn't want to be associated with such things.
I think there is probably more going on here than that, however.
More to come…
By bryan, 2016-09-12
I love to watch vlogs on AppleTV. At least I'd like to love watching vlogs on AppleTV except it's really more difficult than it needs to be because the Youtube app doesn't really work very well.
You can't Like or comment on vlogs, which is a common deterrant to a lot of AppleTV apps. For some reason, interacting is discouraged. Why?
You also can't even view the comments, let alone comment on videos. Why?
The biggest thing I don't like is the videos just don't update. I haven't really been able to figure out any way to get them to update in a timely manner. Sometimes I open the app and a new batch of videos are there in the recent activity line, but more often than not, it's the same batch as yesterday or even longer back.
Get with it youtube, let's make a better, more interactive app!
By bryan, 2016-09-10
Trucker Josh was one of my first vlog subscriptions and could very well have been a big reason I became hooked on watching vlogs regularly. I think I'm like a lot of you vlog fans in that I don't have all kinds of time to watch all the vlogs I'd like to watch every single day. You probably have a few regulars and maybe watch one or two on a daily basis or save your watching for the weekend when you can relax in the morning. That's sorta been my practice lately, I think.
Anyway, it seems like my vlogwatching is always changing and I'll keep up with one vlog for a while and then move on to another and back and forth and sometimes a vlog you love falls off the radar for awhile until you pick it up again.
So I stumbled back on to Trucker Josh's channel page and found a new intro video loaded with people from all over the world who created little TJV video ID's a lot like I used to have indie artists make for my radio show.
"This is Bryan in Salt Lake City and you're watching Trucker Josh and Diesel on TJV!"
Pretty dang cool -- check it out below.
By bryan, 2015-02-15
Sam and Jenika of Samika Vlogs announced in today's vlog that Sam has quit his job and they are making the jump to full time vlogging. Of course, I'm happy for them. Sam was quite emotional talking about how he has a lot of dreams and ideas he wants to pursue but they have had to be set aside because he's busy holding down a full time job away from home and his passions.
But an interesting thought was raised in the comments of today's vlog and it's a thought that I've had as well, to be honest. Youtube user oodominatoroo commented:
"This is the downfall to YouTuber's making so much money. The reason we like to watch them in the first place is it's nice to see someone else struggling through everyday life, having normal responsibilities and doing things most of us do ourselves on a daily basis. But then they quit their jobs and start vloging full time from home, not going to work at a normal job, not living a normal life, and it's not encouraging or setting a good example for our youth that hard work pays off. This is becoming a pattern on YouTube now and it's just sad. Fortunately there is plenty of other new Vloger's trying to get started we can support until they hit this unfortunate stage of the YouTube lifestyle."
I don't agree with the "not encouraging or setting a good example for our youth that hard work pays off" part. Full time vlogging is all about having the guts to risk following your dreams and vlogging is really hard work. But, I also don't think oodominatoroo is saying Sam and Jenika shouldn't be pursing their dreams. It's just that we follow youtube channels, in large part, because we can directly relate to the people in them. So when they begin vlogging full time, I hope they don't fall into defining themselves more as "vloggers" than as people, if that makes any sense. Which it probably doesn't.
You know, spending more and more of their time collaborating with other full time vloggers, going to conferences about how to be better full time vloggers, going on road trips to meet up with fans, etc. I think that kind of focus does translate into more of their lives become something with which we simply don't relate. I don't want to see that.
It's not that Sam's job was really a part of their vlog anyway -- at least for the short time I've been avidly following. It's more about their family life and I don't think that's going to change. In fact, now that they both can focus on vlogging, we'll probably get to see more of their family life and relate to that even more than before.
Again, I'm not saying they shouldn't full time vlog -- I think it's great and I look forward to everything Sam and Jen can create now with more time and focus. They are definitely one of my favorite young family vloggers. Their vlogs convey a lot of the struggles and fun that make up real life and I'm grateful to them for sharing it with us and I think this new path on their journey will continue to be just as great to watch as ever. They'll continue to live a llife, sharing both the joys and struggles as they have done in the past. They're people and we'll still relate.
Just saying oodominatoroo is not entirely wrong either and I don't have any "answers" other than what he said. I'll keep supporting Samika but I'll also keep looking out for new vloggers. Most importantly though -- all the best to Sam and Jen as they take us with them on this huge leap into the future. It's going to be great!
By bryan, 2015-02-08
April talks at length about the experiences their oldest son is having at school with another boy who is accusing their son of bullying as a way to bully him. It sounds complicated and it is, yet it's also pretty straightforward too. If you're forcing another person down, whether it's physical abuse or purely emotional teasing, it's causing harm to the other person -- it's bullying and it has to stop.
Since April and husband Davey are away at Playlist Live, they've pulled their son out of school until they return and they talk of possible solutions to the problem in today's vlog. Be sure to check it out, along with lots of stuff from the Playlist floor, other vloggers and fans too.
By bryan, 2015-01-29
Many vloggers were out to a Utah showing of The Abolitionists, including Samika Vlogs and Ellie and Jared. Even CTFxC was there, having traveled all the way from California to be with a full house in the theater to see what obviously had a profound effect on everyone present. The film follows a crew filmmakers as they infiltrate human trafficking activities and save the child victims of this horrible "secret." We're planning to go, of course -- thanks for sharing your reactions to this important film, guys!
By bryan, 2015-01-17
Charles Trippy of CTFxC has accepted a commenter's challenge of getting a unicorn tatoo on his butt when his channel hits 2 million subscribers. In today's vlog Charles calls his tatoo guy to give him fair warning. At this point he's over 500,000 away from the mark. I say good luck and go subscribe if you haven't yet done so.