Hey, just saying that you guys should advertise that you host your videos on other video sharing websites like you do. I noticed that you use blip.tv I have found this to be a much better alternative to youtube. However, for your kind of content that you put out it is important that you apply your videos to as many things as possible which you have clearly done. However, it isn't really advertised. You should do so. Unless the blip.tv thing is a new to you guys.
I feel the same way about youtube's quality and general usability, but unfortunately that's where everyone is watching videos. If I were to list off all the places I upload the videos it would be too long to put anywhere. I you have any ideas I would be open to them, but I've thought about it and I just can't figure it. Anyway thanks for watching and Glad to have you as a viewer.--Nick
I completely understand. While I can't figure out a solution really, I guess you could take the time to add a video RSS page to your website....however I see your using blogger and I really don't know how good that can be with making new pages. Anyway, if there is a way to add a new page or edit an about page or something you could just make a list of links to the channels of those websites. Then provide a link at the top page, but like you said, it's a tough problem to solve. Also, I really do love your show and the new episode is great. It really saves me time from writing reviews of the Community Games channel Games. Infact, if your interested it would be cool if you would like to join my website. I could provide a lot of benefits and everything. I am starting/running an independent games website. Feel free to check it out as it is in the earlier stages. I could give you your own blog and traffic isn't a problem or limited at all. Just something to consider. All though I probably know what your answer is :P I thought I'd try.
Also just wanted to say what I meant by "traffic not being a problem" is that I have unlimited bandwidth from my host and I could also transfer your domain over so that xnaroundup.com would point to it's own website on my space. I know my site isn't big right now at all since it's not open to public sign up but it will hopefully open up soon enough. Like I said it's in the early stages.
Okay, I am actually really sorry. I didn't mean to ask you to be apart of my website. i dont know what I was thinking but I am an idiot and realize how stupid that was now. I am actually just getting out of the website business. You should delete those last couple comments if you can. I just mean to answer your question. I really have no idea outside of making a seperate page that has a list and links to those video channels.
Hi Nick...I love the show...but what the hell is an Atari 2700?! I could assume you meant "2600", but that's not what you showed in the picture, either. I know these are old systems that are (obviously) before your time, but a little research wouldn't kill you. Especially nowadays when so much information is available on the Internet. Even if you're busy, such a search takes literally seconds. It's too bad you had to discontinue the show...but I've been checking out the past shows, hence this comment.
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