Week in Review – March 5, 2017

Science has begun! I’m also getting the hang of using Filmora to edit videos. I like it, but my computer isn’t powerful enough to do all my editing with it. I can cut clips, but the video becomes accelerated around the cuts. It looks weird. I still use Windows Movie Maker for that, then use Filmora for overlays and picture in picture. It’s working out fine for now.


I’m now at 39% in Theft of Swords by Michael J. Sullivan. I’m making pretty good progress now. I’m hoping to get to around 50% this week.


Nothing happening.


On my main channel, I uploaded 3 new videos. I missed one because I was too busy.

My science channel now has 3 videos! It’s still right at the beginning, so the following is pretty small. I’m expecting a couple videos this week.


Completely updated. It now has all new reward levels and information. I don’t expect much for a bit, at least not until I have a lot of good quality videos and more subscribers.


Nothing in the past week.

The Blog

I made it to 2,000 views in February! So, the streak continues. Hoping for a better month in March.



The Next Week’s Goals

I have an uncertain week. I know what my schedule is, but things can change. However, I do plan on having a few videos in the second half of the week. Also, blogging will continue as always.

How was your week?

2 thoughts on “Week in Review – March 5, 2017”

  1. My week began in another state of the union (Colorado) which put me in another state of being (unravelled.) I spent last week trying to get ravelled once again. Tech problems with the internet did not help the ravelling process. (Curious about this: Why is it when you call for tech support because you can’t get online, the recorded voice wants to text you a link to go online for help? ARRGH!)

    1. That reminds me of my attempt to contact Revenue Canada (Canada’s tax agency). I call them, and every single time, it says the line is busy and hangs up. There is no option to wait on the line. It says to check the website. I go to the website, find no answer to my question, and can’t even find an alternate way to contact them. No email. No chat. Only phone or snail mail. Phone was impossible. I sent a letter with the information they requested, and 3 months later, it’s been processed.

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