“Be sure to keep your cell phone off during presentations”.

I think these two videos and the youtube channel illustrate a very important point (below) about social media.

The first video was uploaded May 8th and already has 800,000 views. I added the second video so you could see another sample from the channel.

You may want to dig down into this channel to see what’s going on here.

1) Social media is a reflection of what you do in the real world. Don’t fall for “Social Media Experts” that will coach you through how to use social tools to make your business a success. Social media isn’t about you broadcasting your message. It’s about other people talking about notable things that you do. So be notable in the real world. People will talk you up online. Welcome to social media. Hello guerrilla.

1) Viral videos are hard to replicate. Improve Everywhere has managed to produce content that’s difficult because it requires a lot of people, it requires skill and creative ideas on how to coordinate and motivate.

1) An important element of a movement is that the participants gain validation by being a part of something large. Improve Everywhere clearly is a benefit to its participants because it provides social activity and purpose.

Compac MP 1600 restoration

I’d like to use an overhead projector for presentations. There are many venues with TV sets and projectors that you can plug into but I want to increase flexibility in this area.

I have an projector that works except after about 10m it shuts down. After it sits you can run it some more.

I’m betting that it is overheating. I took it apart to discover that one of the fans is not running properly because it’s vibrating. Probably out of lubrication. It’s the larger of the two fans underneath the lamp.

Challenge: I can’t get this @#$@$#$%$%^ thing apart!

Perhaps there is a way to lubricate the fan from the view in the picture?

Challenge: What glue works good for high temperature?

After I get the fan going properly, I need to glue a little shield back over the fan hub. I’m assuming this is a heat reflector to keep the lamp heat out of the fan motor.