WHY DO PEOPLE WATCH VLOGS? A History Of Vlogging & YouTube

Have you ever wondered why Vlogging is so popular and why people spend hours watching others lives? What is vlogging? How did it all got started. That’s what I am going to try and answer for you today! A History Of Vlogging. Previous Vlog: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nGxTlN3U03c 1 Year Ago: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Iepo1MJ7KOI&list=PLrgKf6fdE8dDQRpVeUPA5k4xwQCyUQ55V&index=14 Highlighted … Continue reading

A Brief History of Dogs

At the time of the Westminster Dog Show, here’s a brief history of dogs. Credits: Jacob Mulholland – Project Team Lead, Sound Editor Christopher Brown – Storyboard, Administrative Assistant Yanni Bouziotas – Voice Actor Lindy Diep – Animator, Illustrator Matthew Hebb – Storyboard, Illustrator Ali Mansour – Animator Alyssa Robinson … Continue reading

Prospecting History For Where To Find Relics & Gold

A quick tutorial on how to use books, mapping tools, and other resources to find likely areas to metal detect and prospect anywhere! The example is finding one of Butch Cassidy’s hideouts. Learn more…http://www.egoldprospecting.com Video Rating: / 5 BLM Trails – ATV Club Meeting – Rock Hounds – Prospecting 1-23-15 … Continue reading

Drift Boats & River Dories: Their History, Design, Construction, and Use

Drift Boats & River Dories: Their History, Design, Construction, and Use Provides sufficient detail to model 10 boats to scale or build them full size Instruction and step-by-step photos for building a traditional boat to scale With measured drawings for 10 traditional boats, including the Light McKenzie River Boat and … Continue reading

History Of The Las Vegas Strip Through The 1950’s

by Butterbean Man Spanish explorers first discovered Las Vegas in 1829, when Rafael Rivera became the first non-Native American to enter the Las Vegas Valley. The valley quickly became popular with travelers traveling to and from California because of its water. In 1855 Brigham Young sent Mormon missionaries into Las … Continue reading

History Of The Las Vegas Strip 1960 To Present Day

by Eva Rinaldi Celebrity and Live Music Photographer The 1960’s didn’t start well for Las Vegas. On June 17, 1960, most of the original Las Vegas Strip hotel casino, El Rancho Vegas, burned down. Things then stayed quiet in Las Vegas until 1966, when Howard Hughes came to town. By … Continue reading