You may have noticed that I have written about a bunch of different things over the past few months. My blog doesn't have a specific topic, so I write about all different things. One of the major things that I write about are music, piano, music compositions, and my music videos. The second main thing … Continue reading What Do I Write About on my Blog?
Hello everyone! Today I will be showing you how to install new GNOME themes. Starting Off The difference between shell themes, application themes, icon themes, and cursor themes is that application themes change the appearance of windows, shell themes change things like the notifications and the top panel, icon themes change application icons and folder … Continue reading How to Install GNOME Themes – Application Themes, Cursor Themes, Icon Themes, and Shell Themes
Hello everyone! I just made a YouTube video of me playing Für Elise, by Ludwig van Beethoven. I learned this song a while ago, but it was just yesterday when I decided to share it on YouTube. Here's the video: https://youtu.be/-iHtVLbxF4Q Enjoy!
I just published a new song on YouTube. But what's different about this video is that it was created by me and my friend, Wyatt. It's the first time I've ever created a song with someone else. Wyatt started out by sending me a strumming pattern he created on the guitar. He told me that … Continue reading The Slow Morning Sunrise – By Alex Fullam and Wyatt
I just published a new piano song, and it's the best one yet! I had the idea for this song a really long time ago, and I improved it a lot. It was only a few days ago when I decided to update the song and share it. Here's the video version: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mGW4HdHEpoo The part … Continue reading Snow Flurry By Alex Fullam
For Starters Recently, I decided to change my YouTube Channel a lot. I changed the topic from paracord to music. My main topic is now piano. Playing the piano is my favorite thing to do, and I especially like writing piano songs. The Video https://youtu.be/N7f7p4ROXnQ I hope you like the song!
I combined video editing and photography by making a video with some of my photos in it. Here it is: https://youtu.be/ocj-MMAun2E
What do you think of when you think of dominoes? Some people think of when you line all the dominoes up and knock one down, making them all fall one by one. Others think of the many games you can play with dominoes.
Recently, I got out my dominoes to make a line of dominoes and knock them all down. I was aware that there are games that you can play with dominoes, but I never really got into doing it. But suddenly, I was curious and I grabbed the directions sheet. I read the first game: Mexican Train. I had suddenly become interested in playing domino games.
https://youtu.be/b14fI6YgM_8 This is my brother Derek playing baseball in the past season. I took videos and edited them to make this! Enjoy!
Now I'm into photography! While at some of my brother's baseball games, I took some pictures. I use a photo editing app called Fotor Photo Editor. I took all these photos. It helps me make my pictures look better. First, I'll show you them. Then, I'll talk to you about some of them. I have … Continue reading Photography – Some cool pictures
I recently uploaded a video for my YouTube Channel.* It's about stopping your paracord from fraying. One of the things you have to know about paracord is that it will fray. Usually, you could just melt the end of your paracord with a lighter. But not everyone has a lighter, especially if you're a kid. … Continue reading Ways to Stop the Fraying of Paracord
I recently uploaded another video to my YouTube Channel*. It's about the triangle lanyard knot. It's a simple knot that you can use for your lanyards if you can't do the harder ones. I have other videos about other lanyard knots, like the diamond knot and the cross knot. There's something different about my newest … Continue reading The Triangle Lanyard Knot
Want an in-depth tutorial on iMovie? Did you just realize that you like video editing? Want to learn how to make amazing videos, trailers, and movies? iMovie is probably your #1 choice for video editing, at least after you read my article.
My brother Derek and I have created a show on YouTube, and it's called Dim Harold. The show is created using stop-motion, and Legos. What is Stop-Motion? Stop motion is a type of animation involving taking many pictures. Let's say that we want to make an animation of a car moving. You'd take a picture … Continue reading Dim Harold
Contents: IntroType of KnotUsesHow to tie - steps in orderThe Video Here is an image of this project so you can better understand it. Type of Knot: Decorative Some Uses: KeychainsParacord Crafting How to Tie THE STEPS IN ORDER: This isn't a straightforward formula, because you can make it however you want! Tie a diamond … Continue reading Emperor Parabuddy – How to tie, Information, and Video
Today I showcase the snake knot, a useful knot for lanyards and bracelets. Contents: IntroType of KnotUsesHow to tie - steps in orderThe Video Here is an image of the snake knot so you can better understand it. Type of Knot: LanyardDecorative Knot Some Uses: LanyardsKnife LanyardsKeychainsBraceletsParacord Crafting There are more uses, but I won't … Continue reading The Snake Knot – Information, How to tie, Video.
Today I will show you how to tie the diamond knot, show you information, and my YouTube video. Contents: IntroType of KnotUsesHow to tie - steps in orderThe Video Here is an image of the diamond knot so you can better understand it. Type of Knot: Stopper knotDecorative Knot Some Uses: Stopper KnotsPreventing rope from … Continue reading The Diamond Knot – How to tie, Information, and Video.
A few years ago, I got a book about how to program using Python. I tried it, and then, for some reason, I just stopped eventually. Then, I tried it again but the computer I had then didn't have the 'up to date' version of Python. It didn't have a certain feature I needed. So … Continue reading Beginning Python
I will tell you about the figure eight knot — how to tie, information, and video.
I will tell you how to tie the overhand knot.