I’m a student working on my doctorate, so I don’t use fancy lights. I buy light bulbs from the Dollar Tree for around $5 a bulb when I can afford them.
What do you do when you’re streaming at your desk?
I check my Reddit news and check social media channels regularly. It’s not that I don’t want to take a break, I just don’t have the time to go back and forth between my computer and my living room.
What do you do when you are streaming on the move?
I usually set up my computer and phone so I don’t miss a second. I usually also set up a backup account in Dropbox to back up everything I write on my phone.
I also have an account in Skype. When I’m streaming, I use this account for live streaming and editing so all my screenshots are saved.
What kind of equipment do you have on you when you stream?
I have an old pair of laptop speakers so if I’m streaming I’ll be able to hear over the music better. When I’m playing games or editing stuff, I also bring a mouse and keyboard in case I have trouble controlling my computer.
Is it important for YOU to be on the cutting edge of technology while watching the same show over and over?
I don’t feel a need to be the next Xbox. I think it’s more important for me to be connected with the people I follow on the internet and share my thoughts with them. I find it useful to share my opinions online. I think it’s important to be well-informed and know enough about something to make an informed decision on it. It’s a fun thing anyway.
Have you ever used a streaming app? (iTunes or other apps?)
I was actually able to get it working in 2016. But I always have a plan for it. You have to be patient and know what you want to do and when you need to do it. But I’m on my way to the point where it’s easy and you don’t need to plan it out.
How often do you stream?
I stream every night at 4PM GMT. It depends how busy I am. I’ll stream at least 1-2 times a week.
What kind of content do you tend to stream?
I don’t stream a lot of music but I enjoy streaming different kinds of videos like game trailers, interviews and comedy
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