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Thinking out loud during a live stream video test


As I was trying to figure out the new video set up I want to do for the new season of my art podcast, I was wondering how it would look, how it would sound, stuff like that. 

Then I figured, why not just test it for real? So I turned on the camera and just let it run.

While I was doing that I thought out loud about some of the things I wanted to do for the new season of the podcast. 

I ended up talking about why I set up my entire website and webcomics using the free options offered by Google

I use things like Blogger, Google Sites, Google Photos. It works for me and I only pay 12 bucks a year for the domain I use. Everything else is free.

Plus, my mom was in the chat during the video stream, so that was kinda funny! 😁


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