No I am not starting a channel just yet but for months I am been thinking about it. I am not sure what I will make videos of just yet but as soon as I figure out something that’s interesting enough and worth watching that’s Jamaica and/or Japan related I’ll start video blogging. My old youtube account that is almost as old as my blog will be put abandoned as soon as I manually migrate my subscriptions and some of my more interesting favourites over but I wasn’t much of a heavy Youtube user so it shouldn’t be as frustrating as a youtube error I blogged about a looong time ago while creating an account for a friend’s video game arcade.
All this chatting and I haven’t even posted he link to the account yet, not surprisingly my Youtube acount is Jamaipanese, so go ahead and add me as a friend, subscribe if you wish and stay tuned to the results of my Youtube channel brainstorming session, there must be a few interesting things in my boring life or something I can do thats worth video taping and sharing with the world.
To make this a worthy blog post
Here are a few interesting channels I am subscribed to, also feel free to recommend channels you think I’d be interested to by leaving a comment.
Japanesepod101 – lots and lots of Japanese learning and tutorial videos, some of the presenters seem robotic but the Japanese lessons are well done.
Dear Life Japan – Alafia is in Japan via the JET program. She is a young (and beautiful) back girl from the US who makes honest and interesting videos about her life so far in Japan.
Watch the Guild – No updates in a long time but these videos about a World of Warcraft Guild’s members are hilarious and I really hope the series is continued.
That Japanese Girl – She lives in Japan, her English is excellent and her videos offer a peek into the life a a Japanese young lady, it also helps that I find many of her topics interesting.
Japansoc – I blogged about Japansoc.com recently and have been pretty active in the community lately, not much happening on their Youtube channel just yet but worth my subscription.
DJ Don Francesco – A very good DJ from France who posts Jamaican dancehall music mixes on Youtube. These mixes are sometimes what helps me to get through a workday on my slavery plantation.
Google – it’s Google, our current internet overlords, I have to be a good subject and try my best to be aware of what the master is doing.
Socialize Internetically (not a word) with Jamaipanese
A list of my online profiles for your social networking pleasure can be found here but the five I use the most are Twitter, Stumbleupon, Flickr, Digg and now the updated Youtube profile, links these five are available in the sidebar. Once again my new Youtube account in JAMAIPANESE – add me as a friend, subscribe for future updates and recommend interesting channels that fit my interests for me to subscribe to via comments.
Kirk is a proud Jamaican who started Jamaipanese.com in February 2006 and now lives in rural Japan. He enjoys sharing his experiences learning about Japan, personal milestones in life as well as interests such as photography, gaming and travelling.