Media Monday: Vlogging edition!

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As of today, I am officially back from hiatus! Look for plenty of new reviews and discussions, and even a new feature coming soon!

Today’s vlog brings you more proof of my complete geekiness, and I will totally not be offended if you tell me so (nicely, please). Sherlock, Batman Begins, Doctor Who and even Glee make appearances. Apologies for the abrupt ending – the original ending I filmed was just creepy, and I didn’t realize it until I was editing much later. Trust me, abrupt is better than… well… me sounding like what I’d imagine a telephone hooker sounds like. Seriously, I’m embarrassed!

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  1. Your music journal has to be close to the equivalent of word nerds diagramming sentences. I approve. :)

    • Anne says:

      I’ve actually never diagrammed sentences, but I’ll take your word for it! YAY! I’m so glad I have your approval 😛 I’ll admit I was pretty sure nobody but me would actually care lol.

  2. So easy to get obsessed with Sherlock. :) It’s a great show!

    I love figuring out music … Ear training was my FAVOURITE class! Though, I rarely write the things i transcribe down … When one of my favourite singers came out with a new album, I spent ALL FLIPPIN’ DAY transcribing her album, just so I could play it on the piano.

    I have been wanting to watch Dr. Who for the LONGEST TIME! I just never know where to start since it’s been on forever.

    What a great hobby! Looks like a lot of fun. :)

    • Anne says:

      YAY! Another Sherlock fan! It’s so awesome isn’t it? Can’t believe they won’t even start filming till Jan 2013 though, I’m going through withdrawal.

      I’m surprised you actually liked ear training, hardly anybody did at my university. Then again, that may have been the professor (who also happened to be my dad – no wonder I had trouble making friends lol!)

      I would suggest starting Doctor Who with the 2005 series with Christopher Eccleston. You *can* start earlier, but the quality and length made it difficult to sit through for me (not that they were BAD per se, it’s just you can really tell they were made in the 1960’s and for a modern audience it’s difficult to get past that). They do a great job of reintroducing there, though, so it’s a good place to start. If you don’t even want to put in that amount of time (but seriously, I’m telling you, you do) you can start with series 5 from 2010, starting with Matt Smith. They reintroduce fairly well there, and if you get lost I’d be happy to answer questions! Hope that helps! :)

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