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Discovering Geekdom With Geek & Sundry Vlogs

Posted on August 31, 2013 at 10:25 pm by Liz Bohinc

YouTube has become a dangerous place and it’s not just due to cute cat videos. The geek community has taken to the internet and it’s amounted to a lot of cool original content. Where can one start for some quick short form content? Try the Geek & Sundry Vlogs.

Some people never really understand the idea behind a vlog. What’s so special about a person talking to a camera?  Finding the Geek & Sundry Vlogs channel made me realize that listening to other people talk about stuff you love for three minutes is kind of perfect. It’s easy to understand and digestible like a mid-afternoon snack. You can learn about Greek Mythology, Cosplay, even crafting.

Here are some favorite vlogs featured on the Geek & Sundry Vlogs channel:

Songs of Adventure

Caitlin & Vaughan are two South Africans with a passion for video game music. In each episode, they highlight a certain game by giving their viewers a few fun facts about the compositions and treating them to an awesome cover of songs from the game. Definitely check out their Legend of Zelda episode

Two Broke Geeks

Mia & Omar are two LA based 20-somethings who get that comic conventions and midnight movies can be expensive. Their vlog focuses on plenty of free or inexpensive resources for broke geeks.


Nika Harper covers everything writing and reading on her vlog, WordPlay. What makes her channel fun to watch is her great personality and that she gives her audience a writing prompt in each episode. Nothing like audience interaction.

There are plenty of other Geek & Sundry vloggers featured on the channel. What are some of your favorites? Let me know in the comments below.

Liz Bohinc is: Compassionate Human Being. Runner. Reader. Science Fact and Science Fiction Enthusiast. Softball Addict. Animation Connoisseur. Twitter: @littlelyme

    • I absolutely love the VLOGger channel!

      I watch a good portion of them, but my favorites are Neil McNeil and Becca Canote’s “Geeking Out”, Amy Dallen’s “Talking Comics” and James ‘Tigermonkey’ Isaacs.

      Great group of people, great topics and a fantastic opportunity from the fine folks over at Geek & Sundry!

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