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YouTube Channels, Part I

It's day 2 of my 30-day blog challenge, and today's topic is YouTube channels that I watch. (I am splitting it up because I ended up with too much for one blog, so this is Part I.) First up: Geek and Sundry!

This channel, co-created by Felicia Day, began in April 2012. The channel has a lot of great original programming. Perhaps most famous is the original web series The Guild. I haven't watched it because I'm not that much of a gamer, but I love the other shows on the channel. Wil Wheaton's show Tabletop is another popular one; it's essentially Wil Wheaton and friends playing an assortment of board games, and it is always entertaining. I have enjoyed a few new board games thanks to this show. Also, Felicia was doing her "flog" for a while, but hasn't been doing them that much this year. (You should look them up, though; Felicia is adorable and does a lot of surprisingly cool activities.)


My current favorite show is called Co-Optitude, featuring Felicia Day and her brother Ryon playing retro video games. It's hilarious, with a bit of nostalgia thrown in. Here's the first episode of the season.

The channel is still growing and constantly changing, which I think is great because it means that Felicia and co. continue to be invested not only in producing quality programming, but also in pursuing things they find interesting. And I'll keep watching!

Does anyone else watch Geek & Sundry? What are your favorite shows?

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