I’ve watched a lot of documentary content online. Defunctland is one of my favorite series. It’s actually better than the stuff Disney produces about itself. It’s very difficult to carve out a path online & the ways & means of doing so change the entire time you’re doing it, so you have to adapt perpetually. The wild west days of the internet are over now, unfortunately. Mainstream media is watering it down day by day, & pushing out real creativity. That’s just the way of things. I expect I won’t live to see the next big change in how we consume media. The internet will become a boring standard, controlled by a tiny group of people with money, until someone carves out a way to communicate that only a few people know about again. I have a feeling the next thing is a long way off though. Of course I may be wrong. In any case, for now, my little chunk of the internet is secure until the shadowy people who want to ruin everything decide my relatively inoffensive content is verboten. Maybe that’s a long way off too, but it feels like you never know where an attack will come from these days. What was acceptable ten years ago can get weaponized against you. It’ll be 15 for BF in March of next year. A good long time for people to scour through. Long time creators all have targets on their backs, & no amount of apologizing, or good work can save you when your number comes up.