I am interested in this idea of regular vlogging. Daily vlogging was a big trend a few years ago on YouTube but tailed off somewhat when the High Priest of daily vlogging, Casey Neistat, stopped doing it. Nevertheless, I came across a guy on YouTube at the weekend who is doing it and has apparently… Continue reading Daily or weekly vlogging
I am publishing what is probably the longest video I have ever published on my YouTube channel, save for Livestreams, this morning. It is a day in the life type video made on the 19th November 2023. It shows me going for my morning run on a wet November morning and then heading to Dublin,… Continue reading A video experiment on YouTube
Imagine holding a 9-year-old girl as a hostage. Don’t worry about why or the cause of the hostage taking or the conflict for the moment. Think about a 9-year-old girl being held hostage. A 9-year-old Irish-Israeli girl. And the side that is holding her hostage has a tremendous amount of support in Ireland, if Palestinian… Continue reading Imagine holding a 9 year old girl hostage
I bought a new camera this week, a Sony ZV-E10. It’s ideal for vlogging and making the types of videos I make for my YouTube channel and elsewhere. But it is not limited to such videos and is well capable of allowing you to make great short (or long) films if you have the ability… Continue reading I bought a new camera
I published a video yesterday on my YouTube channel, “Is the legal system in Ireland corrupt?” and it has generated a tremendous amount of comment. Much of the comment I would disagree with, to different degrees. And I would expect that many of the opinions with which I might agree have not been published, simply… Continue reading Is the legal system in Ireland corrupt?
In any property transaction it is up to the vendor, or more accurately his/her solicitor, to make and show good title. This means that any queries from the purchaser’s solicitor as to the title being offered must be answered and dealt with satisfactorily by the vendor’s side. Any infirmities or imperfections in the title being… Continue reading Making and showing good title
I am often asked if I take on cases on a “no win, no fee” basis and my usual answer is “no”. The reason for this is simple. My view is if the plaintiff/complainant does not have skin in the game it will encourage frivolous, meritless claims. However, I do recognise certain situations where the… Continue reading No win, no fee cases
Today is day 2 of a WRC hearing I am involved in, the first day having taken place back in June 2023. It is possible that it will go for a further day after day but I certainly hope not. I am beginning to consider carefully the wisdom and cost effectiveness of me personally running… Continue reading Attending WRC hearings in person-a rethink is in order?
I derive a great deal of satisfaction, and business, from making and publishing videos online. I have a genuine interest in the filmmaking process and editing and making the videos a little better over time. The fact that they drive an enormous amount of leads and clients is a nice bonus, too. For this reason,… Continue reading Justifying getting a new camera (Sony ZV-E10)
When you publish a lot of content on social media, as I do, it is inevitable that certain individuals will publish comments that are insulting, inappropriate, degrading etc. It gives me a great deal of satisfaction deleting such comments or simply blocking the person. I have no problem with a commenter expressing a different opinion… Continue reading The deep satisfaction in deleting offensive comments