That is the question. So I waste spend a lot of time on YouTube, and it has become one of my main sources of steaming media. In the past I've frequently watched something and thought either "I could do that" or "I fancy doing that", or sometimes both. Similarly I've found myself doing something and thought "people might actually want to see this"... because I'd watch it if it came up in my feed. But there's the clincher, the idea of making a video for 6 people to watch always felt silly to me. That said I have more views than I would expect on my channel consisting of one video I uploaded for a manufacturer to see a fault, and another two that were just playing with a new gopro... so maybe it's not all that silly. I'm also fortunate enough to have some relatively shiny things, which are always a good source for content... at least those sorts of videos represent a chunk of my viewing. This weekend I'm chatting to the Mrs about new house stuff, and she asks if I'm going to do a project log for the media room conversion like last time, and that got me thinking... perhaps I do a video log? I'm thinking this could be the way to kick-start things... I'd subscribe anyway. I do a fair bit of talking head stuff for work so being on camera is no stranger to me, and much of the gear/software I'd need to do a decent job of it I already have for the same reason. I'm pretty sure I'd enjoy it in the long run too. The objective isn't necessarily to get monetised, but if that were to ever happen all the better - just a bit of a hobby... or rather a meta-hobby, since ultimately all content would be around my pre-existing hobbies anyway. I'm sure I'm not the only one to think it, anyone here followed through?