Hello, and welcome to Cloudflash. Typical activities include watching the clouds float by, sleeping, and exchanging the tokens of dairy products for things that may or may not amuse you.
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|September 20, 2015 - Groundbreaking productivity|
I just finished my second YouTube video, in which I sing along to the Butter Building song from Kirby. I had the lyrics written and everything all planned out for about 2 weeks, which is why I released this so soon. I have some other video ideas planned out with the scripts fully written and all, so there's a good chance I'll have some other uploads in the near future. I certainly won't be keeping up weekly uploads forever, though. I'll just burn through all my planned content, hit a dryspell, then probably go on hiatus for 3 years just like every other project I've worked on. Well, at least now I can say I've accomplished something creative this year.
|September 17, 2015 - The Non-Adventures of a Guy Who Never Creates Things|
It took a few days of work, but I finally finished my first YouTube video. Since "Danno" is obviously already taken on YouTube, I decided to call myself "Danno Trigger". See, it works 'cause it sounds like "Chrono Trigger", one of my favourite games of all time. I also imitated the Chrono Trigger logo so that people will think I'm cool. My first video criticizes Pokemon Go, a smartphone app to be released next year. I intend to make more videos related to gaming. I'll write lyrics for video game music I like, review games, comment on things like game characters, make YouTube poops, and perhaps post things I consider funny. The hook is that rather than posting a video recording of myself when I talk, I'll post an animated version of myself.
I dunno if I should bother fusing my future YouTube videos with Cloudflash. I mean, if anyone wanted to see my YouTube videos, they'd just go to YouTube, right? I've been thinking about removing some of my past works, actually. I'm pretty ashamed by how crappy a lot of it is. We all know almost all of my animations and games are junk. A lot of my comics are pretty lame, too, though I feel more inclined to keep those up, I guess. When I think about redesigning Cloudflash, I'm halted by questions like "What should I get rid of?" I need to have a plan so that the navigation can be organized and useful, after all. I should probably get rid of the "Downloads" section of the site, that was a pretty half-baked idea from the get-go.
To the 5 or 6 people who actually visit this website, what do you think?
|August 18, 2015 - Cloudflash... 11...|
Cloudflash done gone and turned 11. I actually forgot its anniversary was today and would probably not have noticed if not for Skutieos posting about it. Not a whole lot to say this year. I'm uninspired and lazy. I've accomplished nothing creative and that trend is likely to continue into the foreseeable future. Of course, I still think about working on projects and doing artwork. I have no doubts that at some point, I will get some things done. When? I've got no idea. For the time being, I'm heavily considering making YouTube videos mostly related to gaming. I wasted 200 bucks on a game capture card to allow myself to record video game footage, so I damn well better be making videos. What does this mean for Cloudflash? Probably nothing. I dunno if I'd bother cataloguing YouTube videos on a Cloudflash page as it would likely be a waste of time and nobody would look at it. Cloudflash will likely continue its comatose state. I have no intentions of pulling the plug, though. I'm just vain enough to feel like continuing to have my very own website.