I referred to Graham Murkett nearly six months ago in a blog post about the value of being online–when 76% of over 4,300 Americans opted to be online than shopping and playing games. I imagine the economic indicators are similar today.
Graham, at the time, created a YouTube video about how he uses Facebook as a communication channel:
And that’s precisely why you’ll never be like Graham. Not that he’s sex-starved, for I am sure many of you reading this are. Nor because he’s British, because I am confident thousands of you definitely share that trait. But because he is simple. He says things as they are, not as you’d like them to be.
For instance, here’s a July bit he composed about boring YouTube videos. He shares clear and concise advice how to stop yourself from being bored:
Information aside, it’s not the same watching Windows Live videos about making movies.
See why Craig and I like Graham?