Live Streaming in 2021

So it’s been well over a year since I last posted anything, and I’ve since changed jobs a few times, and now I’m in a bit of a rut in my life. However, I have been streaming semi-regularly on Twitch, over at, and you can find me playing a few games there depending on the day. Usually I’ll be playing Final Fantasy 14 online, which I picked up in the summer-ish of 2020, but I also have been trying to play through The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker, as that’s one of my favorite games as a kid (though, I’m using the HD version on stream instead of the original). I also recently picked up Psychonauts 2, which just released, and that’s been a lot of fun for the couple hours I played it.

This isn’t meant to be a long post or anything, just me saying that I’m picking up other things instead of podcasting, but there may be a day when I get back into podcasting or making a produced show. Regardless, thanks for reading and please check me out on Twitch.

Hoo, boy, this thing still exists

I got an email saying that the domain was going to expire not too long ago, and I didn’t want to give up the domain just yet.

Right now, the world is experiencing a global pandemic, the US is entering a period of depression and economic decline, and I still haven’t uploaded a podcast since FRIGGIN AUGUST OF LAST YEAR. Why? Haven’t had time to record one, honestly. Due to work and people constantly being around, I don’t have the privacy to record, and I also just didn’t have any ideas of what to record for a while. Then the new year came along, shit started to happen, and I got a bit lazy. After the pandemic started, and everyone was told to stay inside I’ve had less private time than usual. On top of that, my second job started back up and I’m working 9 hour days a lot of the time, so by the time I’m finished with work, people are home and I don’t have privacy anymore.

Everything is just bearing down on me and I don’t have any idea of what to record or when I can privately record. I don’t make enough to get an apartment to live in, and I don’t know anyone that would want to be my roommate. I’m hoping that soon I’ll come up with something to podcast about, so that I can re-start what I started a while ago. Maybe I need a co-host? But who would want to be my co-host?

Regardless of what ends up happening, I hope that I get back into doing what I enjoy, which is working with computers, podcasting, livestreaming, and not dealing with stupid people in a customer service job.

Anyways, thanks for reading. Stay safe in these wild times, and Thank You for reading.

Trader Nexan

My absence and upcoming projects

Hello everyone. If you’re wondering why I’ve been absent since May, it’s because I’ve been dealing with life. Specifically, I’ve been feeling down in general, and I’ve not had many ideas for my podcast. Along with that, I’ve been working at a new job that I started in early June, my family got a new puppy, and I haven’t had much privacy to record in either my room or my basement, neither of which are great places to record in to be honest. Along with these, I just haven’t been feeling motivated to create any episodes, nor have I thought of any good topics for content.

I feel like at some point, I will get over this, but until that day, this site will probably be pretty barren. I am working on other projects, which might come up here, but they are mostly personal projects that have no real place on the internet. Projects like calculator applications for a Ti-83 Plus that assist with my job, or a Disney Parks-themed D&D (which I use loosely) setting, or how I’m going to move a large, heavy desk out of my bedroom and get rid of it.

So for now, I just want to say that I hope whomever is reading this is doing well, that I promise to make new content soon (since I am planning things, but the things are in their infancy right now), and that I will not back down, just… I will slow down.

Thank you,

Trader Nexan

Tomorrowland and Awesome Aesthetics

Thanks for coming, everyone. I’ve taken some time and gotten an episode done for this week (finally), and it’s about Tomorrowland! This is the first part in a two-part “special” about Tomorrowland’s aesthetic after the 1994 update, and why I think it’s great.

The first part is all about the history of how Tomorrowland looked, though, to provide some context on how it changed, as well as paint an image of how it looked when The Magic Kingdom first opened!

As always, comments on the website ( will be open for you to use and tell me how I’m doing!




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Sorry, no new episode this week, or next

Due to scheduling (both personal, as well as my school schedule), I haven’t had time to record an episode for this week, and I am going to be out of town and without a microphone all weekend starting on Thursday, so I will not be able to record an episode for next Monday. I’m planning on something good for the following week, so stay posted!

Update Number 2 – I don’t have a lot of time

Simply put, I lack time in my personal life right now due to schoolwork, homework, and my job. The episode audio has more details.

On another note, please let me know what you think about the podcast so far, and what you think about my podcast artwork!

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Episode 3 – Re-imagining Epcot, Part 1 – World of Motion

Guys, I spent like 2 days on this between researching/writing and recording. This is also the first episode that I spent time actually  writing instead of just winging it with the recording! I did (honestly) go off-script in some places, but that’s really not too much of anything to go on about.

Got something you want to add, comment on, or just tell me? Comment below!

Walt Dated World page on World of Motion
Martin’s Vids video on World of Motion
Intercot page containing the script from Test Track (1.0)
Test Track 2.0 script

Trader Nexan News Network – Episode 2: Epcot/WDW Rant

I decided to rant/comment on the use of sponsors at some old (partially extinct) Epcot attractions and how sponsors at Epcot and Walt Disney World can both be good and seriously harm the life of attractions.

Unrelated to the actual episode, I’ll be creating a website/blog for the podcast soon enough that will allow for commenting (within reason) and let people leave me notes and stuff. Until then, just mention me on Twitter (@nexangames) and I’ll try to get back to you as soon as possible.


This is a re-upload, as I am switching to LibSyn from Anchor as my podcast host.