video 3 shows "recall" as "r-e-c-a-l". So it's not Anniversary. Even in the phrase he used "do you recall" it wasn't shortened.
he did "ever" as "e-v-r". He did the brief form "have you ever been" as "have" and crossed over that "been". That was HIS version, not what I've learned in any gregg shorthand. But like he said earlier in the video, you can make it to work for YOU. If you use that phrase a lot, then you are welcome to write it your way.
He's changed it a few things too. He made the "a" look like the word beginning "agree" but on the line instead of above the line. It might have been a later version that used that, I can't remember (I have an older book but haven't really studied it as I like Anniversary). He does show that how it works with words and it's written like that, but when you write the letter "A" you use a dot.
He added some "letters" even though shorthand is more based on sounds instead of letters.
I figure even if he's not teaching the same method that I know, its worth watching his videos. I don't pay attention to how he writes his outlines cause some of them are very different from what I learned in Gregg's Simplified version. I write my version of the words he's saying.