Fair Warning: this post is over one year old. The information in this post is probably still as accurate as when it was originally posted, but things do change quickly. Please keep that in mind while reading, and thanks for understanding!

YAY! If you’re reading this, that means you’re not illiterate! It also means that you might be interested in seeing your’s truly stream video games. First off, let’s take care of the formalities; wanna see me stream my video gaming prowess? Check out my Twitch account!


OK so now with that out of the way…

I recently was looking into ways to start streaming in general. Like, if I’m gonna play video games and yell at them in various humorous ways, I might as well do it in front of an audience, right? So after looking for various ways to actually get a video signal into my computer, I finally managed to get it working! I mean, well, it does help to actually have the item finally arrive to my house and all. Anyways, take a look at all it’s working glory:

The next part is to actually get the dang thing streaming on Twitch proper… which hopefully is actually finally sorted out by the time you read this post. In fact, I might have already did a quick stream just to make sure it’s working… so check it out!

With all this said, I don’t have any immediate streaming schedule plans… but I’ll try to do something on a daily basis, even if for only a little bit. It’ll also be a bit tough to do while I’m still working on moving to Sacramento, but once things stablize a bit, I should be able to work on something far more regular and scheduled.

Anyways, that’s all I have to share at the moment. Hopefully plenty of good times await! Huzzah!



Alrreet, I think I finally got a handle on Twitch streaming now. And what better way to celebrate my first Twitch stream than with a stupendeous first place win—with 17 knock outs!—at Tetris 99! Take a look see here: