Saturday, December 23, 2006

Five Things

I've been tagged twice for the five things blog tag game by Rick Rey and Drew Olanoff.

Does that mean?
a) I must list ten things, and tag ten people.
b) The two tags meet here, and therefore I do not tag further.

Please leave your opinion in the comments. If there is tagging, then I will tag from my comments.

OK , here they are. Five things that you may not know about me.

1. My left foot is slightly larger than my right. That means, I suppose, I dress to my left, at least in regard to socks.
2. I was named the "Betty Crocker All American Family Leader of Tomorrow", by General Mills when I was a Senior in High School. Cooking was not involved.
3. I spend more quiet time than not.
4. I play saxophone (infrequently now, and worse than Bill Clinton)
5. I just read the biography of "Cod" by Mark Kulansky. With our oceans being completely fished out in forty years, it is more interesting than you may think.

The best place to find McVideo these days is on my site and a community for creative professionals at www.latenitemash.com . You may still see the McVlog Archives here.

At the end of her journey across America, Amanda Congdon stopped by and we had a great talk, and an energizing dance. This is the interview...I thought that you would enjoy it.



Also John Furrier, CEO ofPodtech had grabbed me for a few questions at the Vloggies in November.






See you at The Late Nite Mash

12 comments:

Clintus said...

Hey Dan, great list. My left foot is a bit longer too. Always have to try on the left shoe first. The late night mash is great, but I miss the mcvlog. Glad everything is going well for you. Have a happy holiday.

Clintus said...

Hey Dan, great list. My left foot is a bit longer too. Always have to try on the left shoe first. The late night mash is great, but I miss the mcvlog. Glad everything is going well for you. Have a happy holiday.

Light Foot said...

Just saw your blog, accidentally in some convoluted way from Europe, and I like the idea, the possibilities you are trying to inspire globally with this form of communication. I am new to blogging, since October. Happy New Year!

CoralPoetry said...

Happy New Year, Dan,

Hmmm…. So, you are a quiet saxophonist? I’m an oxymoron.

Since converting to ex-Beta Blogger, I have only just discovered that all my ex-posts have been changed to “Anonymous” – how degrading!!! Good thing I always sign my posts.

Sincerely,
Coral

CoralPoetry said...

Dan,

http://coralpoetry.blogspot.com/2007/01/winter-sunset.html

If you are curious to know something about me, when/if you have the time,(Oh my, you have been busy, busy) please visit my latest post/photo. At the bottom you will find the results of questionnaires that scrape fairly close to the truth. A program furnished the information, so I think it composes lovely things to say about people. I don’t usually do trivia, but these results were so uncanny I was sure the programs must have lived with me at some time.

I enjoyed watching all your interviews. Good luck and keep them flowing.

Sincerely,
Coral

blade said...

You have a great blog....well....you probably know that already! but i really liked the way you reach out....a few more people like you could make this world a far better place....

regards
blade

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videokarma said...

Very good interview..honest and informative.. many truths about the new media versus old media..

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