Is it too late to make a New Year's resolution? No? Good, cause I've got a good one here.
I hereby resolve to be more active on YouTube.
And this doesn't mean I'm going to start pumping out video after video and vlog after vlog. I've been there, done that, and don't care for it too much. I don't think you care for it either. But what I do need to do is be more attentive and, thanks to a reminder of a precedent set by one of my favorite youtubers (of which this post is named after) it finally dawned on me what I needed to commit to.
Now, I fully understand if most of you probably already do this. And if you don't, please consider this an invitation to join me in my endeavors.
Novanine, when he was on YouTube regularly (and NOT moonlighting as a dinosaur fetishist) was incredibly active and constantly engaging in conversations in the comments of videos. This is where the Novanine Postulate is born from:
I want to have a more active presence on youtube, and you need as much activity in your comments as possible. Therefore, my goal is to respond and engage in as many conversations as I can, whenever I have the time to. Hopefully, some of you might have already noticed this.
Again, there is nothing earth-shatteringly brilliant about this idea and I believe that many of you already do it. For me, I tend to be on-again off-again in my consistency with this and since this a new year, it's a good time to rededicate myself to the cause.
Here's a (working) list of the 'tubers I'm focusing my attention on. It's in no particular order and if I'm missing someone, let me know:
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