The Intel company holds a lot of specialist training programs, carries out programming contests, invites people to meetings and free conferences. Unfortunately, we often miss such events, and one gets upset on knowing that he/she did not participate in an already finished event. By the way, participating in Intel contests often ends with a participant being employed by Intel. I have witnessed it a couple of times. A person comes to a meeting to get his/her prize, the next year you see him wearing the "Intel worker" badge himself/herself. So, mind this. :)
I am generally not one to toot my own horn, but I thought that as a personal milestone 1000 videos produced for Intel since I was hired in January of 2008 was a good place to stop and recognize not so much myself, but all of those whom I have worked with to produce such a large number of videos. In the just over three years since I was brought on to shoot videos for the Take Five site I have seen numerous changes to the video program, most notably the addition of our live streaming internet shows on ISNTV.