Added by Alexandria Reardon on June 11, 2014 at 10:42pm — No Comments
I started watching blog-brothers last year on YouTube I started with the 2007 playlist and I'm loving it, so I thought it was a good idea to join the community on here, as you might have guessed since I'm now writing a blog post here. So I made my profile and had no idea what to do next... But here I am and getting on subject, I am about to embark on the task of reading all of John Green's books, well the 5 main ones,…Continue
Added by William Parker on January 7, 2014 at 4:18pm — No Comments
Hi, my name is Tao McCawley and I make educational you tube videos. Expect a video on why Russia is a large country on my youtube channel.
I made a video on the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict, and that was my first attempt.
Also, a friend of mine did a video on the Government Shotdown, his video can be found here…Continue
Added by Tao McCawley on October 7, 2013 at 11:00am — No Comments
I want to hear from YOU! I have a channel on YouTube that I want to use to talk about different nerdy things and maybe learn more about different books, music, and movies. If you have any suggestions, PLEASE comment below. I appreciate it!
Here's the link to my channel. You can check out my other videos, like them, comment, subscribe, whatever you want. :) …Continue
before you start reading let me say one small thing, I wrote this for class a few months back. it was my project for the great gatsby. pardon the bad grammar and punctuation, its only a first draft and I'm still in high school :p
PS I really like commas, not sure why.
The Great Gatsby
Based on the Story by F. Scott Fitzgerald
Written/Converted into Modern Awesomeness by Hayden Richardson
Added by Hayden Richardson on May 23, 2013 at 7:42am — No Comments
Yay Project for Awesome! This is my first time participating as a vlogger, and if you could take the time to watch, I'd really appreciate it. Being in music programs has shaped much of my life, which is why for this year's video, I talk about VH1's Save the Music Foundation.
Added by Monica Ef on December 17, 2012 at 2:09pm — No Comments
It's been far too long since I made a blog post and I do apolgize about that. I won't go into detail as to why because you know what? We have far more important business to talk about and that is PROJECT FOR AWESOME! (Yes, I totally wrote that in all caps to bring the attention to those words. I also didn't prepare this post so let's see how this goes.)
Anyways, it's that time of year again people! It's that time in…Continue
I just finished Looking For Alaska for the second time in my life. The first time I read it I was in seventh grade and didn't like it all that much. Now, 6 years later, I am a nerdfighter and I have read all of John Green's books. The second time reading Looking for Alaska was definitely more impressionable than the first time. It meant a lot more to me. I am so glad that I gave it a second chance and that I read all of John's books even though I didn't like the first one I had read.Continue
Fellow nerdfighter Eliose Pearson has started an awesome project called the Project for Fiction (punning on Vlogbrothers' Project for Awesome.) The main point of the Project for Fiction is to get together a group of young writers to collaborate on an awesome multi chapter piece of fiction.
I'm super exited about it and can't wait to get to work on it. If any one is interested, use the link bellow.
P.S. I will also be posting this on…
Hi Ning, and youtube!
I'm looking for some resources, mainly skills that I myself haven't got!
Firstly, I am looking for someone with some photoshopskills to help me design a cover for the youtube channel (http://www.youtube.com/user/NonSparkly) that I am running! If you are interested in giving me a few hours of your precious time, let me know at my email below!
Secondly! I need someone to help me…Continue
Added by Olof Pettersson on September 21, 2012 at 4:53pm — No Comments
A large number of doctors are engaging in Medicare overbilling, according to a recently-released report. Billions are estimated to be lost annually to doctors posting claims for more expensive treatment than is required or possibly delivered. Source for this article:Continue
Added by dianna alcala on September 21, 2012 at 12:02am — No Comments
So I recently bought Looking for Alaska, when I was on vacation in Glasgow.
I'd meant to read it for years.
And I didn't start reading until I was back home.
And as I opened the book, out fell this letter.
And here's what it said:…Continue
Added by Alyssa on August 20, 2012 at 6:57pm — No Comments
Get Looking for Alaska
Nerdfighteria Sopio Booster!…
Added by Haua (Projects Ningmaster) on July 20, 2012 at 3:45pm — No Comments
Added by Emily Kay on June 28, 2012 at 9:24am — No Comments
Yes, I got around to reading this book at last! I think it is one of the first books I added to my to-read list on goodreads when I first joined over a year ago... and it's never been available in the library when I go. Until last week.
I don't know what I was expecting, but it was not this. The way the beginning is written it seems almost like a memoir--so realistic and logical, and even when something crazy happens it's immediately explained with the words "psychotic…Continue
Added by Adela Bezemer-Cleverley on May 28, 2012 at 8:32pm — No Comments
Rush Limbaugh, famed for his over the top conservatism and degradation of women, has started a page on Facebook. This page is known as "Rush Babes for America," and it is "a Facebook Page dedicated to the millions of conservative women who know what they believe in: family, American Values, and not being told by Faux Feminist Groups how to think."
If your thoughts are like mine, you would have yelled at the screen, "and being told what you believe are true…Continue
Added by Christine Osimo on May 9, 2012 at 7:11pm — No Comments
So, at the beginning of this semester, I wrote a blog about my first reactions to my classes. I am now going to give you my final reactions. Last semester, I did this in vlog form and I didn't like it as much, so I'm switching it back to blog. Yay! Here we go.
"British Lit to 1660: I think this will be a fun class. As the name states, we'll be looking at early British literature. I had a class like this for my senior english class, but I think it will be more informative on the…Continue
Added by Jeffrey Adam Guion on May 5, 2012 at 12:20pm — No Comments
In which John explores the best and most popular television shows designed for toddlers, and in doing so uncovers a strange and disturbing world through exploring shows including Mickey Mouse Clubhouse, The Octonauts, Team Umizoomi, and Dora the Explorer, Diego, Ni Hao Kai Lan, Oswald, Phineas and Ferb, and the Backyardigans, among others.