Kahzmir turned 10 years old today. In celebration of his decade, Kahzmir started a video series called “10 in 10”. I think he has been inspired by his mom, Minaz, who has been blogging at http://50in50days.blogspot.ca/.
You can find Kahzmir’s YouTube channel and his video series at www.kahzmir.com.
My niece, Iman, turned me on to this Greater Toronto Area YouTuber named Superwoman this past summer. Her videos, filmed in her parent’s home (like a true Indian child), depict a typical immigrant child dealing with her immigrant parents.
I also bumped into Lilly Singh during the opening night of Dr. Cabbie. Well, I didn’t really bump in her. Here. Take a look:
This past winter I had the privilege to teach my first ever course at George Brown: Twitter Marketing. Well, it seems my students liked me enough that the powers that be at George Brown College have agreed to have me teach the Social Media Marketing course. We’ll go through some social media history, take an in depth look at the popular tools of the day, and empower students to be able to create a social media strategy.
There’s still some space if you’re interested in registering. Classes start soon!
On December 14th of last year Neil Young (my favourite music artist by the way) was invited to speak at a Salesforce conference in Japan. During this short appearance, Neil talked about the power of social media and its ability to inspire change. He compared it to the 1960s and 1970s and the impact music and radio had on society at that time.
What are your thoughts on Neil’s comments? I would love to read your comments below.
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