After 186 videos, more than 327,000 combined views, and 15 months later, 1,000 people in the world decided to subscribe to Photics.TV. Are you one of those people?! If so, thanks! Hopefully you’re enjoying the content. It’s a mix of technology videos — tutorials, heroic tech support, tech news, reviews, gaming, and a lot of other fun stuff! The goal is to entertain and inform, which was a lesson learned from my traditional newspaper days.
Over at Photics.TV (YouTube), there’s a playlist dedicated to videos about unlocking Crossy Road secret characters. There are a lot of them. Fortunately, the ones related to Crossy Road+ on Apple Arcade are now complete. There are more characters in the original version of the game, and the plus version has clues so it was easier to complete the newer game first. 😄
Visit Photics.TV (YouTube) to see a video of this article. Photics TV has reached over 100 subscribers. This is what I consider to be YouTube level 2. That website seems to like powers of ten. Well, sorta. Nothing happened at 10 subscribers. But now at 100 subscribers, the channel can have a custom web address. The new address is youtube.com/PhoticsTV that’s nice and easy to remember.
Photics.TV has been the main project during the summer, but I learned two things. First, creating high-quality tech videos is significantly more challenging than I thought. Second, it’s important to relax. That’s why a “Relaxing Videos” playlist was created, something to get me away from the computer — at least occasionally. If you can’t get outside right now, and you want to enjoy some serene scenes, perhaps this playlist can help you to unwind.
This article is available as a video on Photics.TV (YouTube). Part of determining the requirements for your web project is choosing which web browsers to support. So, while Internet Explorer is not quite dead yet, it’s really close. That’s the point of this article. If you’re having trouble deciding to include Internet Explorer in your next or current web project, here are 10 native web features that you can probably use if you drop support for Internet Explorer.