This week was lots of fun. We made a small trip to Oregon and enjoyed a day tubing down the River. We started the journey inflating the tubes with our own mouths because we had no automatic air pump.
Then we walked down the river and jumped into the water. Water was warm-cold and it wasn’t a problem before the 3rd hour into the water. I felt really cold by the end of our course. Luckily, I didn’t get sick after that. After a day I realized, some parts of my body were burnt from the sun exposure and had some small bruises from bumping into rocks. Even considering that, it was a great experience. I would love to repeat it but only if the time on the water is reduced to half of that.
About the new media company, we have several videos on hold on the YouTube channel, just waiting for final approval and social media updates. We did make a lot of corrections, but hey that’s part of the learning process. Hopefully, we’ll get a good audience reception.
I’m definitely changing my video editing software though. I’m really curious what features are better on Adobe. Is it really a super advanced professional environment? We’ll see. It’s a big deal since I migrated to Linux and I would have to go back to Windows or partition my already small SSD. It’s probably a good idea to just partition it, so I get both OS for whenever I need it. But to be honest, I’m a little disappointed of Ubuntu. I thought It was one of the most stable versions of Linux out there. And that’s not my case, at least not in my laptop. At this point I’m really curious about macOS, though. Would it be better than Ubuntu? Better than Windows? Better than both? To try that in a good way, I guess I would have to pay the “Apple price”, so It won’t be anytime soon. Anyway, that’s not relevant at this moment.
By the end of this week, after making public some of our videos, we had several hundred views. It’s a decent result but our goal is still far from accomplishment. We just have to remain positive and aim to an even higher video quality.