In the still of the busy night, cars stucked in traffic honking horns, we peacefully eat sticks of tempura/fishball in the dark.
I was tinkering with linkedin, when I got into “manage page” area, then I saw the description I put for “ideatoki.” I can’t help but laugh at how did we come up with those descriptions.
ideatoki is a conversation agency based in Cebu, Philippines. We go for conversion via conversation. We provide social media service provider as an additional way to connect with the people.
We are also a product company — building tools that are relevant to our clients’ social digital media marketing needs.
Ideatoki’s goal is help businesses understand social media. And, if they see a relevance in it for their businesses or their individual goals, we will help them out in:
* PLANNING how to position social media in their business or individual goals
* EXECUTE the plans. Reiterate if there’s a need, and also to keep it fresh.
* BUILD and MAINTAIN the relationships that are made via the social media efforts.
In fairness, it got 12 followers in linkedin. And I don’t know them so they’re not friends I bothered to follow the page http://www.linkedin.com/company/ideatoki/followers?page_num=1
Earlier today, Paolo shared to me a video
I always wanted to take time, and sit down to think over how to manage the contents in runroo.
I know this probably does not best represent myself because this is too cute to be me. But i love the light effect. I’m a sucker for lights-on-the-face effect. I guess because it washed out impurities, and other imperfections.
Another reason why I love this photo because I had my blings on — my favorite hydration backpack, my waistbelt bag, whatever you call it, my new fave orange singlet from Jong / TDR and the visor i always find boring. =) That’s why I love trail running because you can be overdressed/geared, and it’s fine! =)
Photo by Imeka Urasaki (not sure if it’s her real name), she’s one of the photographers during running event, and also runs, and her mom runs.
Mark said that I kept fussing about my (lack of) training program, how about my program for my kids?!? Yeah, right! Enlightenment!
I mainly belong to the mainstream, and that means I son’t really get the comic culture, the artsy fartsy, the literature, the music, not even anime.