The Instagram page is really kicking off. Today, with a total of 279 followers. I love seeing that many other people share the same interest in 8 and 16 bits computers. You don't know how big a community is until you connect with the community. To reach more and other people with the same interest that don't use Instagram I started a Facebook group. This is a public group which you can join. Today, this group has 1 member (me). I find Facebook more accessible and easier to communicate with others.
In the near future, I like to try something new. At least, new for me. I started an YouTube channel called The Commodore Collector. Here I like to post videos, telling about old and new Commodore products and Commodore releases, like games, music, demos, and stuff from my collection. One thing I want is that the videos look kinda professional. Since I don't have much experience in video editing and creating YouTube content I'm searching for tools, tips, and tricks. Please contact me if you can point me in the right direction in the YouTube content-creating world. Besides Commodore computers, I use Apple for my modern work.
In these videos, I will have recurring topics like 'Games from my childhood, 'From the collection' and 'Old and new news'. For these topics, I need to create some kind of short intro for these just like I need to make an intro and outro for the whole show. I'm already busy writing the first show notes. So, lots of work and I have little time. Besides the work, it's also a huge 'out of my comfort zone' thing. Don't expect anything real soon.