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To boldly go...

Don't fear failure so much that you refuse to try new things. The saddest summary of a life contains three descriptions: could have, might have, and should have. --Louis E. Boone

So, for a while now, I've wanted to do something like this. I've wanted to make videos and share my thoughts via that medium. It makes me nervous putting myself out there on the internet like this, but the worse thing we can do is never do anything because we are afraid it will end badly.

So here is my first official vlog attempt, which I share with you:





I've realized my blog is becoming more and more disorganized. I'm not sure what I'm trying to do with it, but I like writing, I like quotes, and I like videos, and we'll see where it goes. For those of you that followed me because of the style of posts I've been making from the start, I'm sorry if this new things is not your cup of tea. Thank you for all the support, though.

See you guys soon!

8 Responses so far.

  1. I say keep trying new things. It will keep your blog fresh and interesting.

  2. Erika says:

    I love that last Mary Anne Radmacher quote. It's perfect. =]

  3. You're still new. Keep dabbling until you find something that makes your audience go WHOOOOOAHHHH. Then, your niche will surface.

  4. Your eyes are mighty red hmmm =P maybe it is just the lighting. Love the quote by Mr. Boone. I have that fear of failure all the time. Need to work on that.

  5. i agree with astronomy pirate

  6. vashrave says:

    indeed. I am also searching for something....to share.

  7. Alphabeta says:

    Nice work with the French.
    Consider having the laptop on a desk - the camera moving all over the place is a little off putting.

  8. DocStout says:

    Nothing wrong with diversifying your content, it'll keep you interested longer, which means more regular updates. Kudos on the courage to put yourself on camera... I'm not there yet.

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