Daily Links – August 2nd, 2022

Insta360 Link review: this webcam takes Center Stage – The Verge This is definitely a cool idea. I’ve used PTZ cams for church broadcasts that have this feature before and it’s cool but it’s never as good as just moving a camera for yourself. Obviously this will be great for lots of Twitch streamers whoContinue reading “Daily Links – August 2nd, 2022”

Daily Links – August 1st, 2022

Dr Disrespect dropped game footage for his new shooter. People immediately shredded it. | Mashable “… early access has been given to fans who bought the $50 Founders Access Passes. And to be clear — more clear than the definition of a “vertical extraction shooter” — this is early footage and you can tell inContinue reading “Daily Links – August 1st, 2022”

Daily Links – July 17th, 2022

8 useful Chrome settings you should change! This video was very helpful to me. I’ve been using an extension to enable dark mode across the web on Chrome and it really hasn’t worked very well, and now I can do it straight through Chrome itself. I also enabled the reader mode flag as well. ThatContinue reading “Daily Links – July 17th, 2022”

Daily Links – July 16th, 2022

Banjo-Kazooie’s decompilation project is now 80% complete, which could lead to a PC port | VGC This is very exciting news to me. Banjo-Kazooie has always been one of my favorite games from childhood and the potential mods and upgrades to a pc port are so awesome to think about!  Towards the bottom of theContinue reading “Daily Links – July 16th, 2022”

Stream Schedule + Workflow updates

I’ve got my workflow for WatchNathan figured out now. My articles are mirrored on Medium and Google Blogger. I will stream my gameplay to Twitch from now on then export the stream afterwards to YouTube which then will auto post it here on WatchNathan for archival purposes, it also shares it to Rumble automatically, andContinue reading “Stream Schedule + Workflow updates”

Daily Links – July 15th, 2022

Google Chrome OS Flex is now available for PCs and Macs – The Verge I’ve actually been looking forward to this being out of beta. I think once Windows 10 is at it’s official end of life in 2025 a lot of people and businesses will probably end up switching over to Chrome OS. Don’tContinue reading “Daily Links – July 15th, 2022”

Daily Links July 2nd, 2022

Instagram tests ditching video posts in favor of Reels | TechCrunch To be honest nobody really watches longer videos on Instagram anyways so it’s not a terrible idea to do this. I actually think Instagram would be far more successful if you could just easily post from your PC without having to use some kindContinue reading “Daily Links July 2nd, 2022”

Daily Links June 30th, 2022

It’s been a few days since I’ve been able to write or record anything. Apologies for that, I’ve been cleaning up and doing a bunch of random work. PS Plus games for July include ‘Crash 4’ and ‘Man of Medan’ | Engadget If you haven’t played Crash 4 yet I would HIGHLY recommend it! IContinue reading “Daily Links June 30th, 2022”

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