Thank you, Facebook! Thank you, YouTube! Thank you, Google! Thank you, Blogger! Thank you, Wikipedia! I'm learning something every time that I visit you all.
This morning, after doing my routine, I logged on to my laptop computer (thank you again, Tony!). Visiting FB, I read my daughter's message to her brod, my son, asking him how's he doing (over there in DC. FYI: He's with the Americorp program, via a non-profit organization that hired him, or was assigned to him. son, I'm proud of what you're doing, serving the underserved, underprivileged or marginalized in that part of DC. Keep up the good work, man! Stay safe).
I also watched Tintin's embedded video of their end-of-course J-Term presentation, entitled Things That Ruin Interviews (when applying for a job. I just added these are my words enclosed in parenthesis.) I thought it was funny, informative and educational. That's a part of my comment. But first I clicked on the Like. I thanked her for sharing their collaborative video. I thanked also the person who uploaded it on YT.
FYI: I'm not endorsing or promoting anything or anybody. I just want to share with you, folks, what I've learned today. So, by the way, if you haven't heard of this recording artist, Matt Cardle sing, go to YT. He's got a number of videos and that YouTube Mix for Matt Cardle with 28 videos, uploaded by various "YouTubers." Here he is singing his winning song and first CD single, "We Collide."
This is all for now, my friends. (I have to visit Wikipedia to learn more about Matt, etc.) Until next time around. Have a nice day!-chris a. quilpa, 19Jan2012