It started back in 1997. I a few years after finishing college. Through my college years I work full time. So once college was over. I found myself with a lot of extra time. I still had a lot to learn and things to experience. When I saved up enough money one of the first things I bought was a nice Sony 8mm video camera. It was a dream of mine as a kid to do video. Growing up skateboarding and surfing to film all my friends and myself doing tricks and what not. The passion and dream was there but zero funds to make this happen.

With all this in mind.

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In the mean time!  Yes I am the guy behind www.thekongoff.com   I helped Richie Knucklez produce one of the biggest Classic gaming events of all time.   This video I Produced, edited and Filmed below was featured live on MSNBC.


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  1. Michael November 12th, 2011 9:13 pm Super article!This is an issue in alsomt any field.There are four stages of development for learning any new skill. I started to tag my videos based on the four levels that I have seen and in my own experience with learning WordPress.I listened to the State of the Word from the San Francisco WordCamp and Matt talking about the WordPress New User eXperience (WPNUX) and I came up with these four stages.NOVICEOne who has a little information but needs the tools, skills and knowledge to understand and apply this information. It is not assumed that they know the terminology or concepts. They may not even know how to ask a question or use the correct wording to get a sufficient answer. May visit a support site but does not ask questions.BEGINNEROne who has a general knowledge of the material but still has difficulty with the tools and makes mistakes. Has difficulty completing a task even with step-by-step instructions. Somewhat familiar with the terms and concepts but still needs very detailed information. May visit a support site and ask questions and them ask for clarification or more instruction. May seem to be frustrating to deal with at times.OPERATIVE (Advance beginner in article)One who has the tools and information and can use then with some effort and assistance. Can follow step-by-step instructions to complete a task. Able to give information to others but may not be able explain it adequately. May visit a support site and even give advice but it may not always be complete.EXPERTOne who has the tools and information and is comfortable with them and can apply them to the task at hand with ease and can explain the task for someone else to follow. May visit a support site and give advice. May even be a moderator for the site.I am now using a flag to tell anyone interested in the video what to expect based on these four levels.Michael

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