From the accomplished staff of TechInform.us, Robert Francis, Colton Michael, and James Ryan have turned the key to a new service. If you’re reading this, congratulations; you’re part of our warm-up procedure. Our variable-LED red-line will be blinking out shortly, and our rev-limter has been removed. Fasten Seat Belts.
September 8th, 2011- Ryan Schultz and Colton Frey open E39Source on YouTube.
September 10th, 2011- First video upload- Welcome to the Channel!
February 17th, 2012- Bobby O’Hearn’s first video- 2003 E39 525iA Introduction.
February 28th, 2012- First third-party upload- Tod Walker’s 2001 M5 Introduction.
October 1st, 2012- Colton Frey’s first video- 2001 E39 540i6 Introduction.
November 6th, 2012- www.E39Source.com domain purchased.
December 3rd, 2012- First public article published. Many more to come.
What is E39Source?
E39Source is now a YouTube channel and website registered under TechInform.us Media Group that is dedicated to providing in-depth, thorough content regarding BMW automobiles in general. Well-written and content-rich articles can now accompany our informative videos. From the M1 to the 1M, we sincerely hope you can find our content useful and packed with information. Our goal is to provide the absolute best and most complete articles and videos regarding BMW tips, maintenance, DIYs, and more.
We encourage anyone with an interest to participate in E39Source, whether that be in written or filmed form. If you own a BMW, and would like to contribute, we’re all ears! You can sign up to post content here on the site through WordPress. To post on E39Source’s YouTube channel, simply upload your video to your own channel, and send me a link. With your permission, I will download that video, do any minor editing of dead space/transitions (not content, opinion,) and then upload to E39Source with credit to your channel. Simply send me an email <firstname.lastname@example.org> or message on YouTube to notify me of your upload.
What should your first video include? Make an introduction. Introduce yourself and your vehicle. Provide some specs/options/details about your car (how long you’ve had it, milage, color, interior, engine, work you’ve already done, etc.) Go with it, we have no required format here. Other videos you make could include, but are not limited to, DIYs, tutorials, updates on your vehicle’s status, maintenance you do, anything you’d like. Just browse through the channel’s current uploads to see what we’ve done in the past, let them inspire you like they inspire me!
Enjoy. We’re here for the long haul, and we’re thrilled to meet fellow BMW enthusiasts who share our passion for these amazing vehicles. Send us an email, leave us a comment, make us a video. See you on the road!
~Ryan Schultz, Colton Frey, Bobby O’Hearn