I'm sure by now that somebody has given you a deeper explanation of Twitch. Just be sure Dave knows the chat rooms attached to each channel can get even more rambunctious than free beer night at the local hockey rink. If word spreads and his show becomes even mildly popular, it will get featured on the Twitch menus. That will attract some of the trolls that inhabit Twitch who will make the chat impossible to use for the people there who truly want to communicate to Dave or each other. He will need to have some good, EXPERIENCED Twitch chat moderators and give them his solid rules on what calls for a temporary "mute" and what should result in a permanent ban. He will need people that can read and type fast so that probably not any lodge member including me. Even though Twitch channels are mostly video game streams, it can be a lot of fun with some fun and diverse programming. Even Bob Ross has found a second life there. If Dave can keep the chat room from getting overwhelmed, I'm guessing his show will be great especially if he was good enough to help with the new book. I'll be looking forward to it.
And, you know, you've been talking about doing a podcast or something of that sort starting next year. Consider doing a live video stream on Twitch!
Red Green, lodge leader.