I still believe in RSS!
You should all still be running RSS readers.
I dunno why everyone stopped. You're all crazy.
Hopefully your RSS reader can find this feed from the site meta-data but if it can't then this should work:
The youtube "subscriptions" page rarely hides videos so if you regularly look at your youtube subscriptions page then clicking "Subscribe" at the following link will mean you see videos I post.
This is how I would subscribe to me, but then I read my youtube subscriptions. If you don't it may not be useful to you.
If you want to get an email for each video as well you'll have to click the bell icon too.
Youtube has an algorithm for showing videos to strangers, so a thumbs-up there on every video is appreciated. Thanks.
You can follow the twitter-page, and it might even follow you back. Especially if you're making cartons or videos or whatever. I'm trying to find a useful way to read it as a creative-people channel but failing at it.
New cartoons will go there though, for sure. Re-tweets of those are always nice to have.
Here's the Twitter page:
If you want more than just the sci-fi videos then I'm an actual person on Twitter too:
But really if you want to follow actual-person instead of sci-fi-videos then the Fediverse is where I post more than I post to twitter:
The socials are a bit like a dystopic panopticon run by surveillance capitalists and advertising manipulators.
Well, I say "a bit like", I mean, they are. That is what they are.
What if we all just ran small community servers and linked them all together instead?
You may have heard of mastodon. That's one of the biggest of the community-run servers that link together to make the fediverse.
I'm running my own for me and my close friends. Anyone with an account on any fediverse server can follow me there.
You could search for a suitable public community here:
There's a Starship-SD Fediverse account too, if you love the sci-fi videos and the fediverse but hate all the shitposting.
Peer Tube uses Activity Pub for subscriptions, and bit-torrent protocol to share bandwidth between users to optimise video delivery without a big centralized hosting provider like youtube.
It's really cool.
Lbry is some kind of decentralized video-hosting platform. Not really sure about it yet but alternatives to Youtube would be a good thing to have so trying it out. It's got some kind of crypto-coin behind it, which is sketchy.
Trying it out though. Experimental. Beta.
Facebook only shows you some of the things I post, and only the ones it thinks are most popular.
If that kind of algorithmic-feed in a corporate panopticon is your groove then I put my things there for you because I love you, but I can't condone it.
So if you're into that then like my page, and like all the posts so others can find them: