Tagged with technology

Why customers are the best marketers

If you read my post on Tuesday about Simon Sinek’s talk on Ted, I AM the perfect example of buying a company’s belief, and not what they are offering. Man, I bought a brand new iPad 3 without even bother to look at the specifications! Apple will be very rich with people like me. I’m … Continue reading

Handwriting: a sincere form of language

Handwriting: a sincere form of language

When reading an article one morning titled Handwriting. Do we still need it? I paused a little and thought about that for a while. “When I told Mia I wanted to write a post about the death of handwriting she suggested I write it by hand. FUNNY! But not such a good idea given we … Continue reading

the first 300 seconds

the first 300 seconds

WOULD you like to know how I spend my first 300 seconds of the day? It is THE routine. The first 20 seconds, of course, would be wasted on trying to find my handphone, and there are two fantastic reasons for this. One, because I need to turn off the alarm. Two, because I need … Continue reading

I think, we were happier kids.

I think, we were happier kids.

“When I was a kid, I didn’t have a laptop, iPod, Blackberry, PS3 or iPad. I played outside with friends, bruised my knees, made up adventurous fantasies and played hide and seek. I ate what my mom made and KFC was a treat. I would think twice before I said “no” to my parents. Life … Continue reading

When apple and blackberry were just fruits

When apple and blackberry were just fruits

While technology has brought us into the next level of living, it also changes everything. I remember my day trip to Kyabram (a rural place) around two months ago. With no phone service whatsoever, I am forced to live without handphone: the urge to check my facebook, emails, or even WhatsApp for every 10 minutes. … Continue reading