Tag, Blogger. You’re It.

napkin-folding.jpgPut on your thinking cap. This one gets a little complicated.

It’s blogger tag. Video Blogging Guru Steve Garfield (Off On a Tangent) sent me this note:

Jeff Pulver wants me to share five things. Jeff Pulver just found out about Blog-Tag: A Game for a Virtual Cocktail Party: “Turns out there is a game of Blog-Tag going around the blogosphere,” says Pulver, “In which bloggers are sharing five things about themselves that relatively few people know, and then tagging five  other bloggers to be ‘it.‘” Garfield continues… “I think this is a fun game since a lot of times I’m usually writing here about pop culture, video blogging trends and Boston area news. Here’s Steve Garfield’s post about it.

So here are my 5 things:

  1. I directed and produced an instructional video called “Napkin Folding in New Orleans.” I can fold some mean napkins. You can buy it at www.education2000.com.
  2. I spent 7 summers slaving for PBS. Mostly painting the studio but occasionally they let me touch equipment.
  3. I almost went to film school, but decided an MBA would be more prudent.
  4. I used to draw cartoons for the college paper (Georgetown). And “underground” cartoons in high school… “Jesuit Underground Cartoons.”
  5. I am not from your planet. But I’m not at liberty to say my origin.

I tagged Micki Krimmil at Revver’s Blog and Mikipedia, Adriana Lukas (The Big Blog Company), Angela Calman at MediaMoGirl, Steve Rubel at Micropersuasion, and James Jarvis at Marquisdejolie.

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