So I’ve always wanted to vlog. It’s like the modern equivalent of writing a letter to everyone in the world. I’ve tried it a few times, with varied success. Actually, most of it wasn’t really success. It was just a few friends watching and critiquing (read: telling me why they agreed or (mostly) disagreed with some vague statement I made).
After a conversation with one of my friend/mentor figures in Oklahoma, I figure there’s no time like the present to start. Then, recalling the humble beginnings of Brotherhood 2.0, I decided to text one of my best friends from home. Sara Jane and I decided that we would become vlogging buddies. Every Tuesday and Thursday we’ll post a video . Certainly at some near-future point, there may be a system of rules and what-not affiliated (challenges? yeah?). Then again there may not.
Anyways, I’m excited for what Project 1730 brings in the future. It’s called Project 1730, because that’s approximately how far I’ve moved from the geographic location where Sara and I first became friends. Thus, the number 1730 is often represented in my conversations with friends from home as how far seperated I am from my friends.
Yet with the modern advances of technology, we no longer have to be separate.