Still thinking about November's TIFC. Today I entertained myself with videos on You Tube:
- Abbott and Costellos's "Who's on first?"
- Typography from the Vancouver Film School
In the spirit of we are all connected, the practice is to thank someone who would never expect a thank-you from you.
Hendrick suggests writing a note or postcard and mailing it. I suppose I could do that but usually if I know someone's address I have a relationship with them. I do enjoy giving small for-no-particular-reason gifts to friends. I also think it's good to give big tips, especially if the restaurant is particularly crazy and waitstaff are stressed. Perhaps I'll think about leaving thank-you at businesses.