But after talking to him a small light flicked on in my brain: What about me? Could I be a vlogger, too?
I looked into the idea. Turned out that with the right technology I, too, could be a vlogger. Or a blogger/vlogger, occasionally incorporating some video into the written script.
And so I went for it. I acquired the necessary tech that granted me the ability to put some vlog into my blog. I was ready and set to start vlogging, my only problem being that I had no idea what to vlog about.
It took me about week and a half of considering and subsequently tossing out various ideas before it finally occurred to me to stop looking for ideas and just vlog about what I usually blog about: the ordinary, trivial minutiae of daily life.
Feeling a weence unsure about how to put my video blog together, and having to face the challenges of writing, producing, directing, starring in and at the same time filming the thing by myself, I decided to turn to the Tik Tok infastructure for support. Confession: I'm on Tik Tok. I've made a number of Tik Tok micro-videos, so I know how a Tik Tok video is done. Am I allowed to call a Tik Tok video a vlog?