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September 30, 2010
Like this? Want it to become a regular monthly thing? Let me know in the comments below!
PostedSeptember 30, 2010 — 9:23 am
Tagslearning, September, video, YouTube
#uppingyourgame: finished and now on sale!
September 30, 2010 — 10:01 am
Great stuff Doug. You might need to think about getting yourself a .tv domain! What did you use to make it? It looked great!
September 30, 2010 — 1:14 pm
Good plan. Just used iMovie 09 🙂
September 30, 2010 — 3:40 pm
Cool. Got a Greplin invite, by any chance?
What is *your* perfect salary?
September 30, 2010 — 4:34 pm
Greplin doesn’t seem to work like that AFAIK!
My perfect salary? Whatever allows my family to live comfortably within the parameters we’ve set.
A few years ago we reckoned on £30k combined income. Now, with a larger house and (almost) two children it’s more like £40k. But we could survive on less – although we’d have to move! 🙂
September 30, 2010 — 11:14 am
Doug…love it…but this doesn’t mean you will give up posting the weekly versions of Things I learned does it? I discovered you on Twitter and subscribe to your blog. I don’t always get a chance to comment but I like this monthly video version but would hate to not receive your notice of the weekly things you learned in my RSS feed. Keep up the great job!
Oh, the weekly stuff has priority, definitely. Thanks for your feedback! 🙂
September 30, 2010 — 7:30 pm
If you can find the time to make it, Doug, I’ll read/view/listen to it.
September 30, 2010 — 7:46 pm
Awesome, thanks Nick! 🙂
September 30, 2010 — 7:34 pm
Absolutely loved this Doug 😀 Yet another reason why your blog is essential reading.
…or in this case, viewing! Thanks Kevin. 🙂
October 1, 2010 — 8:08 am
Very good, just could use a bit of music! And you need to maintain eye contact for a few seconds longer in a couple of the clips. But I was most amused and very well informed.
Carry on! 😀
October 1, 2010 — 8:18 am
Thanks for the feedback Mr L! 🙂
October 1, 2010 — 1:51 pm
Enjoyed the vid, what’s the app in Number 8?
October 1, 2010 — 3:04 pm
It’s called ‘Talking Carl’ and causes mass hilarity with children and adults alike! 🙂
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