I’ve been making gonzo-style pieces to camera for many years, probably since I first got my hands on a VHS-C camera in the nineties. I’ve never made them available to the public before, but since my ordeal with cancer I see the world very differently. If any of my experiences can help others, I believe it is my duty to share these entires with you.
My Video Diary is about the second half of my life, about the many more tales I have to tell, and the inspiring as well as challenging moments I keep noticing all around me.
First day at work after a break (it’s... difficult)
Inspiring Meeting with Manuel
Hello Trello - where have you been all my life?
Why eggs are refrigerated in the US (and not in Europe)
That new Game Channel
Amazon Print Lockers - available soon?
A lot about Lights and an update to my DAZ Series
The Inspiring Interviews Idea
Meet my new Gaming Channel - “Jay Plays”
First Time Use Case Idea (and No Man’s Sky is terrible)
Title Sequence Idea for Jay Plays
MacBook Repair Update
Do you NaNoWriMo?
The Crazy Food Delivery Story
To Stream or not to Stream
My First Ever Twitch Raid
My First Ever Amazon Affiliate Payout
Three Days of Work done
Sarcy Tech News about Mixer, Yahoo and Twitch
The YouTube Spring Cleaning Idea (in October)
XIII (Classic) - one of my favourite FPS games
The Bullshit Brain and how to check Reality
I've fixed my GoPro Holder (without super glue)
Chemotherapy Induced Neuropathy
The New Work Schedule
This is a Test (New Handle Bar Adapter)
The Day They Stole My Bike
That Scenebuilder Project Idea - Part 2
That Scenebuilder Project Idea - Part 1
“Have To" vs “Get To”
Watch all my videos on my YouTube Channel. or directly on this page (latest video is at the top). I run this channel as a side project and a behind-the-scenes outlet for my more popular main channel, which is about software and technology. Drop by if you like.
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If audio is more your thing, you’ll be pleased to hear that I’ve also got my inspirational talks available as Podcast Feeds. I’ve made a dedicated page for that – check it out here.