Tim Rowett may not be the oldest Youtuber in the world but he certainly has a following amongst those of us with a passion for nostalgia.
In his videos, Tim presents unusual toys, showing how they work and explaining the design and engineering behind them. Over thirty years, he has collected over 20,000 toys. “Is it popular?” you ask, well with 640,000 subscribers ..ah, I’d say yes.
He is not alone, Youtube is full of senior citizens who reach out to younger generations to share their passions, pass on their experiences and ensure that their history lives on to be shared and enjoyed by others.
Are you ready to go viral?
- Many councils and community organisations offer free lessons and courses on how to use the technology.
- The cheapest mobile phones on the market are all that are needed.
- It’s a great way to keep connected to a wider community, all from the comfort of your own home.
- If not for the word them do it for your family, leave you memoirs online for future generations
Judy Graham – 80
Judys channel is about knitting….[vc_video link=”https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R1HpxsU5yQA”]
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82-year-old gamer who records herself playing games for YouTube, among other places.[vc_video link=”https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2FSkNKlFuoY&feature=youtu.be”]