And in other awesome news, Felicia Day has launched her very own and very geeky YouTube channel called “Geek and Sundry”. I can’t decide what I am most excited about, but one of my favorite things is that my online scifi and fantasy book club “Sword & Laser” is getting a video show every other week.
“Geek and Sundry” started with a 12 hour Subscribathon on Sunday using the Google+ Hangout feature. The first shows were uploaded yesterday, including Felicia’s own show Flog, Wil Wheaton’s show TableTop which is all about geeky tabletop games (I squealed inside when one of the players actually called them “German style boardgames”) and Dark Horse a show which features animated indie comics.
And yes, of course I watched all of the shows, even more than that, I tested my TV’s YouTube integration to watch them in HD on a (kind of) big screen.
Basically, I love it. I love the YouTube channel, I love my TV’s YouTube integration, I desperatelywant to try out Smallworld (the boardgame that Wil Wheaton played in the first episode of TableTop, and if it was ever possible, my geek girl crush on Felicia Day has increased.
As a bonus, they released a new music video featuring The Guild cast and it’s pretty much awesome.
So, yeah, it’s great news for geeks like me and if you haven’t already you should head over to the YouTube channel and start watching now.
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Oh that is a great news. I am a big fan of Felicia Day!
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