I've been making music videos since 1984 and there have now been 726 videos made in our home. Mostly they're mine and some by my husband Paul. Some were by people who came by for running training sessions. They've been available for downloading on my site for 13 years. One year ago the rules on YouTube changed enough that I felt comfortable putting videos up there. So there's about 850 videos on YouTube, since I also include videos I taped of big news events and computer history. About 15 percent of my music videos are blocked but available for downloading on my site.
Man from Uncle
That page gives the chronological list of my videos with links to pages devoted to fandoms like Man from Uncle, Dr Who, Star Trek, Farscape, Sherlock Holmes, and on and on. I've been lax about adding downloads for my newest work since downloads have practically disappeared since streaming happened. But for years I remade videos to keep upping the quality, so the degredation which videos experience going to YouTube is discouraging, so I do plan to keep the downloads available because the quality is SO much better. There are 50 different playlists, often with full and gen variants on fandoms like Trek.
Man from Uncle Playlist
When there's any question if a slash video has drifted out of a playlist, the YouTube link can always be found in my website fandom pages. I'm currently on a non-fandom jag since I was an Art History/Physics major and am indulging in memories of art history. But I added two new fandom sets in the last year - Deep Space 9 (Garek!) and Farscape. I'm also hoping to add a poetry section sometime this year. Still brainstorming how to handle the topic. I've been experimenting with music videos of antique music manuscript texts with mixed results. My main research area these days is Night Before Christmas. So, lifting a cup to toast Pigshitpoet and the rest of you, I look forward to conversations.