CaribouPVD Newsletter 1B

This is the second in a series of the CaribouPVD Project Newsletter, which has twofold purpose. First, it keeps all project participants on the same page. Second, it reports valuable deliverables produced over the previous week. This page, Issue 1B, is based on the calendar week that includes our second meeting (B) in Quarter 1 of the CaribouPVD project.

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By Nickantony Quach, Ri4CTV | Monday, November 25, 2019 | Providence, Rhode Island

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A | Business Deliverables

[1] As stated at the top of this page, the CaribouPVD Project Newsletter has twofold purpose. First, it keeps all project participants on the same page. Second, it reports valuable deliverables produced over the previous week.

[2] It is important for all project participants to understand the business implication of the phrase, valuable deliverables produced over the previous week. If you did great work and produced valuable deliverables for us, you should report and ensure that they are described by our project newsletter. Otherwise, in the future, when we want to officially recognize your contribution to our business, we won’t be able to do so because we won’t be able to remember it all without a paper trail.

[3] The above reasons are why you are expected, and it is important, to review and correct the information presented in every issue of our project newsletter. Address your correction requests to Nick as he is currently responsible for affixing your correction to the appropriate places in various issues of our project newsletter.
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B | Caribou Menu

[4] Suddenly the name Caribou becomes as prominent to We4inPVD as Ri4CTV, Haven, NDBaker93, and Thumoslang. That’s why it is now one of the top-level menu commands on the main menu of our website Ri4CTV.com. You can, for example, access this newsletter via the menu command [Caribou > CaribouPVD project > CaribouPVD Newsletter].

[5] As stated by the menu command [Caribou], Caribou is the idea of running a yearly interschool project in order to give students from nearby high schools an opportunity to grow with one another. This project experience should help them as the individual become far more powerful than they’ve been led to believe. For most project participants, the ultimate result should be a personal creation that can be used to launch their career. It should be a product or its prototype. It can be a painting, a song, or a book.

[6] As stated by the menu command [Caribou > CaribouPVD project], the purpose of CaribouPVD is to walk a limited number of students from various high schools in Providence through a multi-month process making them, as the indivisual, far more powerful than they’ve been led to believe. This yearly project ends in April, ahead of graduation for various project participants.
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C | Smartphone Menu

[7] The image found at this location shows what our website menu looks like on a smartphone. For the convenience of mobile users, key commands for the Caribou project and the Haven group are also placed under the “Home” menu section. Users are expected to scroll down for a more comprehensive version of the menu for Caribou or Haven.
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D | Game Changer Outreach Program

[8] Your Thumoslang journey is  your personal experience of going through life from the time when you did not know that Thumoslang is a thing until the time when you became a Thumoslang speaker. Your Thumoslang journey is your life’s game changer. When you promote such a journey to other people as their life’s game changer without mentioning it directly as their Thumoslang journey, you’re participating in our Game Changer Outreach Program. This program is based on the appearance of The Video That Changes The World.

[9] The video, How The Children Should Speak The Parent Language, which is Episode 11 in Season 6 of the YouTube series NDBaker93, is the video that changes the world because it can teach every single person on this planet the lesson that would, according to Jairson, change everything.

[10] The first step on their journey is to watch the video, whose title is “Game Changer”, which is Episode 1 in Season 8 of the YouTube series NDBaker93. The content of this video is spelled out by the article, whose title is “Game Changer”, which is on page 23 of the Caribou story. To access both the video and the article, the target of our outreach program can use the following link to pass the idea on and spread it through words of mouth for us.

[11] Ri4CTV.com/GC is the shortcut to your life’s game changer. As an alternative to the shortcut, you can select either of the following menu commands.

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E | We4inPVD Links

[12] We4inPVD is the unique online signature for our business core team. Its members, including the original four, are those who are willing and able to attend most of our core meetings, which make strategic decisions for our common future. The original four members of the core team are Elias, Jairson, Norm, and Nick. | Tell me more

[13] It’s now easy to access information about We4inPVD from our website Ri4CTV.com. Use one of the following alternatives.

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F | Haven Office

[14] It’s now easy to access our online office for private collaboration. Use one of the following alternatives.

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G | Step 3 in Using Your Life’s Game Changer

[15] Watch either the YouTube series Thumoslang102 or the YouTube series Thumoslang104, or both. In both, the series captures the reaction by a project participant while watching the six videos found in the YouTube series Thumoslang101.

Step 3 Thumoslang102 Thumoslang104
Overview View episode thumbnails a.k.a. Season 7 of NDBaker93
Videos 21 videos 20 videos
YouTube Playlist Playlist
Starring Jairson Ascencao Alec Mustafayev
Content Thumoslang102 series captures Jairson‘s reaction while watching Thumoslang101. Thumoslang104 series captures Alec‘s reaction while watching Thumoslang101.

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H | NDBaker93 New Menu Design

[16] NDBaker93 menu at our website Ri4CTV.com has been re-organized. You can now use the following command to see which season is adding new episodes to our calendar.

  • [Ri4CTV.com main menu > NDBaker93 > New Season]

[17] You can now use the following command to see which weekly release calendar the new season is using to post upcoming episodes.

  • [Ri4CTV.com main menu > NDBaker93 > New Season > Coming Soon]

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K | NDBaker93 Development News

[18] Alec is now a regular co-host for our daily show NDBaker93.

[19] The first seasons of NDBaker93 are introduced by the video, “NDBaker93 Series Introduction”, which is Episode 12 in Season 6.

[20] Season 7 is complete; it is the same as the Thumoslang104 series, which has 20 videos capturing Alec‘s reaction while watching Thumoslang101.

[21] As requested by Jairson, Nick immediately released all 20 videos in Season 7 over a period of 20 days. As it turned out, the first 14 episodes are released on the exacts days as done for the first 14 episodes of Season 6.

[22] It’s hereby decided that future episodes (after Episode 14) in Season 6 will be released AFTER Season 7 is ended.
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M | Thumos Social Movement

[23] A growing place of social change, Thumos is a movement that was kicked off without fanfare by Norman D. Baker on November 23rd, 2019 when the video, The Thumos Movement, which is Episode 6 in Season 4 of the YouTube series NDBaker93, was published on Ri4CTV. The basic idea, on which the movement is founded, is expressed by the video, Game Changer, which is Episode 1 in Season 8 of NDBaker93. Behind the idea is The Making of Thumoslang.

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N | The Project Glossary

[24] What’s Ri4CTV, Caribou, Haven, NDBaker93, or Thumoslang? The answer is in The Project Glossary. For ease of access, its URL is Ri4CTV.com/G. You can also use the following menu to get there.

[25] The Project Glossary is not the same as the Thumoslang Glossary. Both are listed on the page, The Master Glossary.


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P | Basic Project Management

  1. Unless otherwise declared, all high school participants are expected to meet after school every Thursday.
  2. All project participants are required to report to Nick valuable deliverables from the previous week before Friday.
  3. Nick is to report all valuable deliverables from the previous week in the next issue of our project newsletter.
  4. All project participants are expected to review the new issue of our project newsletter when it is published on Monday.

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