VLOG & VIDEO
What? Changes to the zsroe.com … again? Sadly (or maybe for you, happily), I’m changing things up once more. In an attempt to put more effort into projects that may one day actually pay money, I’m cutting back on my zsroe.com commitments. If this seems like a terrible idea, do let me know (I love comments). As it stands now, however, I’m planning on going from two posts per week down to one. I still get a kick out of doing The ZS Roe Vlog and still love writing about pop culture and Arts and Entertainment, so here’s my thinking: one week I’ll write an opinion piece, and then next week I’ll post a new vlog, and so on and so on in that order. Thoughts? Suggestions?
In any event (unless I hear massive protest—again, leave a comment), this will be the last of my favourite video picks.
I grew up with dogs always in the house. We were a dog family, and now my wife and I are planning on getting a dog soon … well, as soon as we can afford a house, that is. In any event, my favourite dog was a corgi named Charlie, and here is a hell of a cute video with a different corgi.
It’s strange how we sometimes change the way we talk on the phone if we know someone else is listening nearby. This video hits that particular nail on the head.
Remember the epicness of 80s cartoons? Well, here’s a video of an 80s-inspired film school project. No, the show doesn’t really exist. But it should, right?
I’m a big fan of YouTube vlogger Philip DeFranco. And guess what? He has a new channel in which he rarely makes an appearance (three other hosts fill his shoes). Sourcefed has now been online for a couple weeks, and I’m already a big fan of the channel, especially its daily pop culture show, 20 Minutes or Less. The gist is this: every day they upload several videos about current events, but never more than twenty minutes in total. Seriously, it’s worth checking out. This is the first video from yesterday.
Vlog & Video is a rotating segment where I post a new Vlog for two weeks of every month; during the other two weeks, I post and comment on my favourite videos from around the web. Please leave a comment or question—all opinions are welcome, and all contributions are greatly appreciated. If you like what you read here, please subscribe.