We all have our secret little dreams. Mine is that if I could get enough money to sustain me for two years, I'd buy some video equipment, travel around Japan and do a "documentary" on Japanese history. Present castles, who lived there, what battles where they involved in and so on. My problem is that I find YouTube videos mostly annoying. They take ten minutes, just sitting in front of their laptops, to get to a point that can be made in 30 seconds. Talking about completely irrelevant things, being sidetracked and believing that every viewer is their own best personal friend. So my questions is, I suppose, is that what today's millennial kids expect? Will people not watch videos where the presenter might not even be seen? I realize my chosen topic for the videos doesn't have general appeal, but I wouldn't be making them in order to make money, just to get a sense of accomplishment. And obviously I'd want people to watch them and find them informative and entertaining. But just sitting in front of a camera has zero appeal for me.