If I were to livestream a writing work session—just a video feed of me writing, with a little chat-box, and we’d have a 30-minute or maybe 60-minute period of just focused, creative work, together online—would that be of interest to anyone?
I’ve been looking into livestreaming tech and software, and it seems like useful stuff to know about, especially if I ever want to shift some of my speaking activities (which haven’t been feasible or prudent in person for probably obvious reasons for nearly two years now) online.
Much of this space is oriented toward people live-gaming (on Twitch and YouTube and similar platforms), but I feel like there could be other useful purposes for it as well, like the aforementioned live-writing, maybe even live-cozy-activities (like sitting around reading); things that allow me to fiddle with the tech and learn how to use it while also providing some kind of value on the other end, for those who participate.
Let me know if you have any thoughts on this. I’m still tossing it around in my mind and trying to decide if it would be worth the investment of time and energy, and any insights or ideas related to the topic would be very much appreciated!
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