Please keep watching the adverts and abandon ad blocker apps which were ruining the industry and threatening the future of Youtube and similar channels. If we could crack the Chinese market we would be really going places, I wonder if the authorities there will ever take that giant leap to free expression although there remain idiots who think abusive comments will get published. Of course they are flagged up for review and those responsible marked as creating abuse or as appropriate spam, do neither it's not worth it, these actions could be unlawful.
The awful time we had a few years back with the nutters in South Yorkshire was resolved by Youtube/Google at that time it was a civil offence, done now it would have brought an immediate criminal prosecution. I say all this as it's amazingly young people reared in the world of gaming who think such remarks are OK and don't realise what they could be lining themselves up for. I don't follow much of the internet rubbish which floats around, regulars will know that my blog comments and films uploaded are copied to Facebook and Twitter by pressing a button, seldom do I see anything on the sites and I'm not even subscribed to their latest messaging service as I have an email for that purpose not an open forum for all to see.
The weather continues to be chronic and I'm not at all sure what we shall get done by way of filming this week. I've edited the A50 truck film and loaded trailers. I've put as many free clips on as ever but some people seem to think that even full length programmes should be free, would they work all week for nothing. I've also sorted out all the photos from the 6 days of walking I've done over the past month, it all finished last night at Eyam in Derbyshire. Meanwhile I've uploaded still photos of the trucks in Norfolk to our Smugmug site where you can purchase them from just 50p each. Lets have a look at some of the A50 lorry shots from last week