I tend to be quite awkward when it comes to socializing. I never know how should I greet someone or what should I say or not say, and that gets me pretty nervous. Luckily for me, technology, over the time, has made human interactions more distant and clear and less awkward. However, with the rise of bots and AI, I sense interactions are becoming awkward again.
Yes. I know it sounds like a black-metal song title, but actually it’s not as dark as it sounds. Death of people I know can really make my head work and make me think about life achievements and goals.
I’ve been to a conference about “Data-Driven Marketing” which was mostly about analyzing big data reports, but more than that it taught me about analyzing data, it taught me how little do I know and how much I still have to learn.
For the past couple of months I’ve been singing in my car, loud as hell, every single work day (and sometimes at weekends). I’ve been recording every singing session and sending it to a good friend of mine (And he does the same thing in return). I know, from the outside, it’s probably one of the dumbest things ever, but it really starts up my day in the best way and makes it much better. I’ll try to explain why I’m doing it, so if you see me singing my ass out, you’ll think I’m a bit less stupid than I look.
When it comes to creativity, there’s one thing I really hate, and it’s stubbornness, which I often find when meeting people who’ve worked in the industry for too long. One of my biggest fears is becoming one of these stubborn old-fashioned guys.
As a kid I was a huge fan of superheroes. I grew up fantasizing about waking up one day, realizing I have superpowers (actually I still do), but nowadays, as I’m facing reality, there is one superhero (which isn’t that super) that really inspired me.