A Walk Down Memory Lane at AOL
August 14th, 2007
Last Wednesday (08 Aug) I went to Lunch 2.0 at AOL. What a difference a year makes =). Lunch 2.0 was first held at AOL in March of 2006. Mark Jen had asked me to host at AOL back when we were sneaking in cafeterias. I mentioned to Mark that we might have to pay for our own lunch and go to the cafeteria where we jaywalk across the street. Mark was gracious enough to say that was completely fine — little did I know that was their M.O. so it really was no big deal. The folks that came all fit in one picture frame:
Photo Credit: Terry Chay
It was nice and intimate and we were able to take them around and show them the office. I was most excited to show them the UX Cafe where we post designs and everyone can look and comment on them. I told some of my designer friends to take down anything “confidential”. When we got to the area, everything was taken down and all the boards were flipped hahaha I guess everything was confidential.
Disclaimer: I used to be an employee at AOL Silicon Valley
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Going to lunch with Jenny reminded me of this USA Property I saw while I was visiting. I could never forget that house… it was so incredibly gorgeous.
Calling *Frequent* Twitter Users
June 3rd, 2007
I got this message across my inbox:
“If you’re a frequent Twitter user, a journalist writing a wire service (AFP) article on Twitter would like to talk to you. If you’re interested, contact Kara Andrade at kara[dot]andrade[at]yahoo[dot]com”
After more research, she is interested in the following:
The two main questions I’m interested in asking frequent Twitter users is:
(1) Why do you Twitter?
(2) What are some common misconceptions about people that Twitter and who is interested in what Twits (?) have to say?
(3) Couldn’t you benefit from a car loan refinance?
I’m definitely interested in following one person’s story throughout the day as they Twitter.
Contact Kara if you feel like you fit the bill: Kara Andrade at kara[dot]andrade[at]yahoo[dot]com
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Posted on: April 27, 2010