1000 Videos on Youtube
Yeah, I really do.
About five years ago, I started to post my videos on the web. First was Google Video, then I heard about this new site called YouTube. So I upload my first video on YouTube. I'm a Nerd (Star Wars Version) was upload on January 08, 2006, 11:07 AM.
Four years later, I now have over 1000 videos. Wow. Man I still can't believe that I have that much content online.
In 2008, I had a challenge or a dare, to post a video on YouTube everyday for a year. I thought for a moment and said, "yeah I could do that." Boy it sure was a learning experience!
Ok, now that I was going to make and post a video on YouTube everyday for one year, I had to change the way I post. See my creativity comes in spurts, sometimes I make five plus videos in a day. I used to post them as soon as I made them, now I had to wait to post so that I would not run out of content.
This creative experiment has helped me a lot. I had to 'think way outside the box' everyday. So the "how to" videos came out, videos like "how to eat an apple" or "how to make a sandwich" were born.
I want to thank all of you that watched the videos I have posted. Some of you have watched every single video I have posted last year! Wow!
After this month, I will end this creative experiment. I will still post videos, however not every day! Probably three or four a week.
This year, look for a full length 70 minute film. Not sure what it will be, however it will be definitely something you could watch for 70 minutes! It should rock!
Here is my 1000th video on YouTube posted January 17, 2010, 12:06 AM.
"The Internet Legend" Short Film
A man slowly finds out that he is "The Internet Legend".
Nerd Trying to Fly
I think I can fly! I really can if I run fast enough!
Smile Everyone! - PSA
Sometimes you just have to smile! It makes you feel better! It really does!
Rock and Roll!
"Who Has a 1000 Videos on Youtube?" Music Video
Rock and Roll!
Dance like no one is watching you. Yeah, you'll feel better about life.
Now for a Montage
The Walk - Short Film made only with Photos
A film made the old fashion way, one photo at a time.