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Woo hoo! I am the most technically challenged person on this side of the Mississippi, but I have finally put something on YouTube, primarily because I wanted to know how to transfer my Periscope broadcasts to the blog here.
Periscope is the latest social media platform, and it has only been out since this past March. I describe it as a cross between Twitter or Faceboook and YouTube. What makes it different from YouTube is that it is live and interactive because people can type in questions or comments that the broadcaster can see and respond to.
Periscope is an app that you download on your phone, and broadcasting is done on your phone. You also watch the broadcasts of others on your phone, too. I know you can do some or all of this on your computer, too, but remember how I said how technologically challenged I am? I cannot tell you anything about using Periscope on your computer, but I’m sure you can find tutorials on it if needed. The portability of the phone app is awesome, however.
I use my Periscope account kind of like a mini-blog. I broadcast every day, Monday through Friday, generally between the hours of 9:30 and 10:30 for about 15 minutes or so. Sometimes the content of my Periscope broadcasts will be related to or written about here on the blog to some extent, but much of what I share on the broadcasts is original content, simply because I feel that if people are giving me their time, I should give them something of great value in return.
If you do want to watch my Periscope broadcasts, you will need to follow me on Periscope. Once you create an account or download the app you can find me at Jennifer Roskamp. Here is a link to Periscope, but you can also find it in the app store for downloading to your phone.
Ok, on to the good stuff.
Here is a Periscope broadcast that I did this morning on saving money by limiting the use of my clothes dryer. I wrote a post on it that has been lost in the bowels of the blog forever. I will resurrect that post with this cool new video included, which will allow the post to make SO much more sense since you will be able to see what I am talking about.
When I get that post all prettied up, I will link it up here.
In the meantime, enjoy this video while learning to save some BIG bucks on laundry. I save hundreds of dollars every year by air or line drying nearly all of my laundry. It was also these systems that made it possible to survive without my dryer for a few months this year until I could get it fixed.
Enjoy and keep your eyes peeled for the full laundry post!
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