:::Issue #16. Why are you receiving this? You’re friends with Cam Houser. This is where I share atypical stories of creativity, entrepreneurship, and the ups and downs of Actionworks:::
🎟 Welcome Sabrina, Raz, Y, Cheryl , LL (Cool J?), R, Mervin the Magnificent, Avnish, Renee, Chakra, Pam, Moses, Epicdude the Epic Dude, Shreya, Reuben, Clarke, Yong, Michael, Russell, Begona, Dydii, Giovanni 🎟
What I’ve been up to:
🎙️ A Youtube Live session with Ali Abdaal. We talked about using money as a scoreboard, male friendships and talking about your feelings, how chronic illness led me to create videos, and our respective courses
🇧🇿 Appearing on national television in Belize to talk about my approach to video (Pinky the Cat upstaged me)
🌶️ Infusing tequila, part 9: Pineapple + Jalapenos is going swimmingly! After 9 weeks, I’m getting to something that actually tastes good! Next up: Mango.
💻 Playing with titles, animations, and making gifs:
This is the last week to buy my course
I’m not going to give you the hard sell here.
But this is the last week to sign up. So it’s time to decide if you want to make the leap or not.
If you want to learn to use video to…
land your next job
attract the attention of your industry’s leaders
turn your best stories and ideas into scalable career assets
drive awareness for your company
Kids conspire to take down Google Classroom
There’s nothing like online mobs of kids coordinating denial-of-service-style attacks on the Google Classroom platform. Kids tried this earlier in the year.
By hacking the platform?
Nope. They worked together to juice up the negative ratings on the app store, with the hopes of getting it removed.
The free service, run by the super-sized American internet company, allows teachers and students to connect virtually.
It seems some kids are hoping that by giving Google Classroom bad reviews, the app will get deleted from Apple's App Store and homework will magically disappear.
Unfortunately (for the students), it didn’t work. But I salute their creativity.
Source: CBC Kids News
How to Get Comfortable on Camera, Part 4
Part 4 is a video. I hope you enjoy my sunburn…
See you in gallery view,
P.S. Video is the most important medium in a post-pandemic world. The cart for my live course closes this week: http://actionworks.co/minimumviablevideo
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