I posted my first AddOhms video on YouTube on March 9, 2013. While in Germany on business, I ended the work week with dinner with some local friends. On our way to dinner I got the following comment notification.
When I posted that first AddOhms video I had no idea how many more I’d make. In fact, I was afraid I’d run out of ideas after 3 or 4.
With the success of #7 Arduino vs Raspberry Pi comparison video, I passed one of my first goals: 1,000 YouTube subscribers. I’m can also state that I have plenty of ideas to keep moving forward. Some of which you have provided.
Thank you to everyone who has subscribed, commented, linked, shared, emailed, tweeted, pinned (although I don’t know how pinterest works), and favorited these videos. Your support is keeping it going.
If you haven’t already: join the AddOhms Mailing list, follow on Twitter, like on Facebook, and subscribe on YouTube to keep up to date with the latest tutorials.
So, with that, it’s back to work for me.