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Why I Use Google+

Well, one of the reasons anyway. We often see articles by so called 'experts' claiming that Google+ is a ghost town. As someone that has been using the platform since beta, I can't share that sentiment. I've met so many awesome people in here, online and offline. It's quite influential that a big percentage of my life actually revolve around the platform. This is something that I can't replicate in other social platforms. This is a brief recap of my offline experience recently.

It's been about a month since I returned from my trip to Indonesia, Singapore, and a short layover in Tokyo. Every time I go out of town/country, I like to contact a few people that I regularly interact on G+. See if they want to meet up for a coffee or just hang out. Below you can find a brief story about how I started my interaction with them, and my experience of meeting these amazing individuals.

Tokyo
I first interacted with +Hitoshi Mitani within the Android Collectibles community here in G+. He buy blank Android minis and customize them with his creation, usually in limited quantities. I told him before my trip last year that I would be be in Tokyo for a short layover, and ask him if I could personally pick up the Kit Kat Android mini he was selling. So I met him for lunch.. He was also kind enough to show me where to find some exotic flavor Kit Kats and took me around town. If you're into Android mini, make sure to follow him to follow his creations.

Jakarta
+Yansen Kamto and I have known each other since early last year in G+. We both added each other, but we didn't talk much. Most of the time we just coolly plus one each other's post. In real life it's probably the same as two guys passing each other saying 'sup' and nothing else. He was coming to SF from Jakarta for a conference last year and asked me if I'm interested in meeting up. It turns out that he's doing a lot of projects that I'm also interested in. When I was in Jakarta he invited me to visit his communal working space and talk with a few startups. He also invited me to give a talk about Google Glass to a bunch of people. 

I know +Irvan Putra and +Adi Wahyu Pribadi from the IT Indonesian Community in G+. Living in US for so long, I don't really know anybody on the tech community in Indonesia. The community is pretty engaging and they sometime do meetups, whether it's in real life or using video Hangouts. I was able to met both of them one evening for a small and meetup while I was in Jakarta. It was quite a short meeting, but we had a great time trading ideas and knowledge. Hopefully next time I'm in Jakarta we can have a bigger meetup. 

Singapore
I always like to tell the story about how I met +Evan Sidarto. He's my first HIRL (Hangout In Real Life), when the concept of HIRL wasn't that common yet. This was way back in December of 2011, when I was working from Singapore. Bored, I opened my tablet and start browsing G+ posts using the 'Nearby' feature. It basically showed the posts that are tagged with locations around my area. I happened to see Evan's post and wrote some comments. He quickly noticed from the mutual friend list that I know his coworker in Mountain View, and his brother in law that went to the same school as I did.Now, whenever I'm in Singapore I always contact him to see if he can grab some dinner or just hangout.

I know +Daniel Foo. around the same time as Evan through G+, but we didn't meet until about a year ago. He's an avid cyclist and foodie. Although not very active in G+ these days. he still drop by once in a while to my posts. When I eventually met him, he took me to a bike rental to explore the city. Singapore is a beautiful city, but it's quite more fun to see if while biking. We were going to go again on my last trip, but I got sick and had to cancel. He is actually in San Francisco right now for work, and we've been having great time going around the city and biking and Golden Gate park.

I can't recall how I started interacting with +Wilfrid Wong and +Cynthia Arianto. Somehow we just added each other and started talking to each other. It's probably sometime when Diablo 3 was launched. Wilfrid and Cynthia are both passionate gamers. Wilfrid even helped me a few times when we play Diablo 3 and Marvel Heroes. I've met them a few times during my visit to Singapore, and on my last visit they took me hiking. I told my friends and family about it and they were surprised that you can actually hike in Singapore. Definitely a fun experience. 

Same with +Alihana Md. Salleh. I couldn't recall when we start interacting with each other, but she's probably one of the most friendliest person I've met so far (not only on G+). I've met her a few times during my visit to SG, and she always have exciting stories to share. She's also a very active Ingress player. Too bad we're on different faction :)

I didn't realize it was going to be this long. I tried to make it shorter, but I feel every single sentences are important to express how I feel about them, and about G+ in general. I consider myself an introvert, and don't usually like to meet with strangers. These people I mentioned above weren't strangers even before we meet in real life. I've been following them on G+ beforehand, so there was no sense of awkwardness when we finally meet n person. Having common interests definitely help. It's definitely a new experience and out of my comfort zone. 

But I can definitely get used to it. 

 Tagging a few people that might be interested:
+Vic Gundotra +Dave Besbris +Adam Lasnik +Guy Kawasaki +Elisa Samantha Tobing +Eunike Kartini 

An article for +Ziliun maybe +Putri Izzati ? :)
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Mau Koleksi Google+ kamu difitur? / Want your Google+ Collection to be featured?

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Hari ini saya berkesempatan ketemu dan ngobrol dengan dua anggota Indonesia dari tim Google+ Koleksi, Mbak +Eva Ditasari dan Mbak +Dian Paramita ! Kita ngobrol banyak tentang Google+ dan Koleksi secara umum.

Buat kalian yang tertarik mempelajari bagaimana supaya efisien menggunakan Google+ Koleksi, atau mungkin ingin tahu bagaimana supaya Koleksi nya bisa difitur, jangan segan untuk mengontak mereka di komunitas G+ Creators and Curators. Mereka dan moderator yang lain akan dengan senang hati membantu anda!

Ditunggu Koleksi-Koleksinya :)

Link ke Komunitas G+ Creators and Curators (sebelumnya - Google+ Collections Help)

https://plus.google.com/u/0/communities/104797282868426074024

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I had a chance to meet with these two Indonesian ladies +Eva Ditasari and +Dian Paramita from the the Google+ Collection team today! We talked a lot about Google+, Collections, and everything in between.

For those of you that are interested in how to get the most from Google+ Collections, or even getting tips of how to get your Collections featured, feel free to reach out to them in the community. They and other Moderators would be more than happy to help you out!

Looking forward to see your Collections :)

Link to G+ Creators and Curators Community (Formerly - Google+ Collections Help)

https://plus.google.com/u/0/communities/104797282868426074024
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+Carissa Geneviene Waktu itu pas ketemu di Jakarta kan pengen belajar lebih tentang Collections? Nih kenalan sama Mbak +Eva Ditasari :)
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What's wrong with me?

I spent the past week in Austin, arguably the nicest city in Texas, for work. In the past I would explore the city after work. I'd watch the Anthony Bourdain episode for Austin and find out where he eats (done it), or I'll just go to Rudy's (moist brisket and creamed corn. Yum). I'd go around town to play Ingress.

This time I pretty much went back to the hotel after work, ate the finger food served at the executive lounge for dinner, go to the gym, then went to bed early.

Did I just lose my passion for work travel? Or is this just a sign of getting older?

Sigh.
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Matsuri-Don @ Matsuri Ramen

Yes I went to a ramen shop, and yes I ordered a rice dish. I'm weird, I know. This place used to be MenOh ramen, but they closed down a few months ago. They recently reopened as Matsuri Ramen so I decided to give it a try.

This dish consists of grilled pork belly, served with fresh salad and mayo, on top of bed of rice. There's also a side of kimchi as well, which I really appreciate (I love kimchi!). Quite delicious.

Apparently they kept the staff from the old shop since one of the waitresses recognized me. I used to be a frequent visitor before they closed down. Honestly, it's not the best ramen place, but it's good enough to satisfy my cravings whenever I miss the taste of Japan (which is quite often). 

So back to the waitress, she noticed the name on my credit card when I was about to pay and I heard her mumbling something over and over at the back. When she came back with my card, she kept saying 'Terima kasih! Terima kasih! Terima kasih!' which basically means 'Thank you' in Indonesian. Surprised, I asked how she knows that word (she's clearly not Indonesian). Apparently one of the other waitresses is Indonesian and she taught her the phrase after recognizing my last name (Ivan is not Indonesian, obviously).

Anyway, I thought that was pretty funny. Like I mentioned before, this shop isn't the greatest. You're practically spoiled after you have Japanese food in Japan. But I will keep coming back because they have decent food and the fact that I always feel welcomed when I'm there.

Matsuri Ramen is located in Union City, CA

+FoodFriday  #FoodFriday  +Natty Netsuwan +Jenn Oliver +D. DeMonteverde 
34308 Alvarado-Niles Rd, Union City, CA 94587
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Do cool things that matter

It's amazing how someone much younger than you can be a source of inspiration. Meet +Leonika Sari, a young developer from Surabaya, the second largest city in Indonesia. She founded Reblood, a startup focusing on streamlining blood donation in Indonesia.

Rather than following the trend of creating an app to get as many users as possible in order to get funding or bought by big companies, she chose to focus on developing something that can actually help the community and make a difference in people's lives. And the best part? She's not even done with school when she started the project.

I had the pleasure of meeting her on my recent trip back home. She's actually one of my Google Top Contributor partners, and that's how I know her in the first place. Expect to hear great things from her in the future.

Looking forward to see her again and the rest of the Indonesian TCs in a few months for the #tcsummit in SF!

Here's an article from TechInAsia if you want to read more about her:

https://www.techinasia.com/leonika-sari-boedioetomo-reblood-femaledev/

(Leo, please feel free to correct me if any of the facts are inaccurate :p)
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+Leonika Sari​ you're amazing!
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Sayonara!

This photo was taken on my way back to the airport after dropping my TC CM (don’t know what this means? Read my previous post) off at her place. I was rewarded with a beautiful sunset. Instead of getting the shortest layover, I like to extend my stay as long as possible whenever I’m flying through Tokyo. This time I was lucky enough to spend two days in the city.

If you have never been to Tokyo (or Japan in general) you owe it to yourself. Consider it for your next trip, honeymoon, vacation, or whatever. Open your mind and try to absorb as much awesome things this country has to offer. Don’t just visit the touristy places, but do regular things locals would do.

Walk around town and find a hipster area with good cafe. Find a hole in the wall restaurant where the ceiling is too low and the seatings are too tight (if you don’t see foreigners inside you’re probably at the right spot) serving delicious Tsukemen. Make your way to Odaiba and sit down near the water just to enjoy the view. Watch a movie at a cinema (make sure it's not dubbed in Japanese!). Go to Akihabara, wander around to random stores and be prepared to be amazed. Or shocked (I won’t spoil it. You’ll know what I mean). Walk randomly to any directions and ask someone direction to the nearest train station whenever you’re completely lost. Eat at Yoshinoya or other local fast food chains.

I’ve been to Japan maybe 5-6 times in the past few years, mostly for transit. The gentleman at the Japanese Consulate in SF actually knows me. One time I forgot to bring my bank statement while applying visa and his response was ‘You come to Japan often, so I trust you. Just please bring it when you pick up your visa’. Only regret is that I never made the effort to learn Japanese. This might have to change.

#cooljapan #100tokyo
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Kong Andri - Astro Ape AP

I finally got my AP (Artist Proof) Astro Ape Android mini figurine from Kong Andri. I've mentioned this in the past, but I'm very proud that there's an Indonesian designer as part of +Andrew Bell​'s Android mini collectible series for the past two years. I asked him to ship the figurine to my parents' house in Jakarta to save shipping cost, so I was only able to get it during this trip.

Kong Andri's design Astro Ape is actually part of the chase from series 5. For those not obsessed with Android mini, that basically means the odds of getting this design is harder compared to the other designs in the series. I personally think Astro Ape is the best design from series 5. I know I'm not biased since judging from the conversation in the community, a lot of people think that way as well.

What do you guys think? Pretty cool design huh?
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Lg d mn nih mas Ivan ?
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Summer of apps - Music edition

Fueling at the GDG SF Summer of Apps event. There's a concert by local band Foxtails Brigade after the app pitching. Should be a blast. Google really knows how to throw an event.
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What's your comfort song?

I haven't been feeling well lately. Not just body, but also mind. It's the main reason I haven't been on G+ lately. Whenever this happens, I always listen to this song, and somehow it comforts me. Suddenly I feel relaxed and for the few minutes, all problems just go away.

Yes it's a Korean song. No, I have no idea what they're saying. But I think that's the beauty of music. You don't need to understand the language to actually able to enjoy it. 

What's your comfort song?
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+Kimberly Ann Graham that sounds good. I might take your offer on that :)
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Exploding Kittens!!

WARNING: Post contains spoiler of what the 'surprise' is

4 years on Google+ and this will be my first #caturday  post :p (and might be the only one!!)

My Exploding Kittens box set from the Kickstarter campaign arrived yesterday. For those of you thinking of doing a crowdfunding project, take notes from these guys. This is actually the first* crowdfunding project that was actually shipped on time (and I've backed quite a few of them). They promised to ship before July 2015, and they did. It was supposed to arrive today (Aug 1st) based on the tracking, but Fedex managed to get it to me early yesterday. Not complaining.

Aside from the original reward, they were able to do some nice upgrades. The box makes a 'meow' sounds whenever you open it, and there's suppose to be a surprise (still can't figure out which part though. Need to re-examine the reward details). Check out the personalized letter/cartoon at the background as well!

In any case, hoping to be able to test drive this soon. Early reviews says that the game gets old pretty quickly, but we'll see how it goes. Still unconvinced it will beat Cards against Humanity in terms of fun factor. 

I've seen quite a few people on my stream got theirs as well yesterday. If you got one, what do you think? If you don't have one, would you be interested?

More info on this card game: 
http://www.explodingkittens.com/

*Ok so technically Pebble Time got shipped on time as well, but I don't think it counts. Pebble basically used Kickstarter as their pre-order page.
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Instagram anyone?

I'm starting to play around more with Instagram. Unlike G+, I don't really know how to discover new people here.

If you're there, let's connect. @fokusfocus

Don't worry, I'm not leaving G+ :)
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+NeeKhern C. Lol :p
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One year as a Google Top Contributor (TC) !

I spent my long layover on my way back to SF with my TC Community Manager on Sunday (she's based in Tokyo). What you see in the background is the huge Gundam statue found in Odaiba.

We were just walking around when she received an email saying that it's my one year anniversary as a TC. I thought that's pretty cool that it happened when I'm with her.

I personally didn't remember exactly how long I've been involved with this program. Can't believe it's already a year. I guess time flies when you're having fun.

Oh and it was a very hot day in Tokyo yesterday. You can probably see the sweats on my face. I love this city though. So many interesting things to see.

+Google Top Contributor Program​​
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Introduction

Who I am

I'm a Field Service Engineer / System Integrator working for a tech company located in the San Francisco Bay Area. I'm originally from Indonesia have been living in US for quite a while.

Why I should be in your Circle

I consider myself a power Google+ user with a broad interest in many things. You could put me in the following circles category

  • Glass Explorer: Don't worry, you won't find any empty #throughglass posts from me. As an early adopter of Google Glass from June 2013, I've been using the device passionately and challenging every aspects of it. The cool part of being an Explorer is that I get to meet a bunch of other people from different backgrounds.
  • Tech Enthusiast: Many people consider me a die hard Google fan. The truth is, I use whatever works for me, and it just happens most of them are Google products. You will see posts regarding tech news if I find it interesting (Google / non-Google)
  • Traveling: I travel a quite often around US for my work. Whenever I find something interesting, I'd like to share it on my stream. Sometimes I get to travel overseas, whether for work, vacation or visiting families, so expect a lot of stories from those trips as well.
  • Photography: I admit, I rely mostly on Google Glass and my Nexus 5 quite a lot to that photos these days. I used to be pretty serious about photography in the past, even got the pleasure of shooting for a friend's wedding. I don't really do much of those anymore, but I'm starting to get back in the action with the arrival of Fuji X100S and Sony Alpha 7. Paired with some Eye Fi cards, you're guaranteed to see more and more photos shared from these cameras. I'm also a curator for the FisheyeFriday photography theme here in Google+
  • Sports: I've become a fan of San Francisco 49ers since moving to the Bay Area, but my true allegiance stays with Indianapolis Colts, where I used to stay for quite a while. I'm also a big tennis fan, and I have attended some Grand Slams tournament like Australian Open and Wimbledon. But in general, I just follow most major sports in general.
  • Local City Expert: The title of City Expert is given to those that have written 50 reviews in Google Local and opted from the program, but I like to consider anyone that enjoy finding new, cool spots in the city a City Expert. I'm a City Expert for San Francisco Bay Area, so I like to share some cool places I discover. Mostly restaurants, so expect of plenty of food photos. I'm also a regular contributor to the #FoodFriday theme here in Google+
  • Android/Glass Developer: Ever since I got Glass, I've been trying to go back into the programming world. I've tried to develop simple apps for Glass, Android and Wear. I've been trying to talk to as many people as possible, attending workshops, events and such, and I share my experience from time to time.
What I'm not...
A buzzer. An advertiser. SEO. None of these applies to me. Everything I write is purely my opinion and doesn't represent anybody else. I don't do this for the money. I do this for the sake of meeting and engaging other people with the same interest.

But most of all..
You can follow me if you like good stories. If you look at my public posts in my stream, I never really share empty posts. I will make sure people can learn something by reading my stories, as I would get the same from the people I follow.

Hope to see you there!

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This place used to be MenOh ramen, but they closed down a few months ago. They recently reopened as Matsuri Ramen so I decided to give it a try. Apparently they kept the staff from the old shop since one of the waitresses recognized me. I used to be a frequent visitor before they closed down. Honestly, it's not the best ramen place, but it's good enough to satisfy my cravings whenever I miss the taste of Japan (which is quite often). So back to the waitress, she noticed the name on my credit card when I was about to pay and I heard her mumbling something over and over at the back. When she came back with my card, she kept saying 'Terima kasih! Terima kasih! Terima kasih!' which basically means 'Thank you' in Indonesian. Surprised, I asked how she knows that word (she's clearly not Indonesian). Apparently one of the other waitresses is Indonesian and she taught her the phrase after recognizing my last name (Ivan is not Indonesian, obviously). Anyway, I thought that was pretty funny. Like I mentioned before, this shop isn't the greatest. You're practically spoiled after you have Japanese food in Japan. But I will keep coming back because they have decent food and the fact that I always feel welcomed when I'm there.
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For the longest time, if you want Korean BBQ buffet in Northern California, you come here. We have more selections now like YakiniQ and a few other places. And after tasting the Korean BBQ in Southern California, there's just no comparison (they're so much better). It's good place to go when you just want quantity, but you can tell that they don't provide the best quality of food and ingredients. I recommend to look for some other places to get your Korean BBQ fix.
Public - 3 months ago
reviewed 3 months ago
They moved out to a new, bigger place. They have complete selection of comic books and collectibles. Definitely one of the nicer ones that I've visited in the area. Unfortunately service wasn't that great. The person processing my order wasn't that welcoming. He seemed annoyed when I asked him about one book that I couldn't find in the stand. Didn't say anything after I paid and thanked him for my books. I'm not sure I will come back.
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reviewed 3 months ago
I had a very light lunch today, so decided to get an early dinner after work. This is my favorite comfort food at a diner near where I live. Spaghetti and meatballs with garlic toast. Nothing fancy, but really hits the spot after a long week. It comes in smaller portion too so it's perfect when you try to do portion control.
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Not very impressed with this store. There was one time I brought in my iMac to the store after the hard disc was recalled. The service was free of course, but they damaged the back casing of my iMac. I complained and they agreed to fix it with no charge. So a week later I picked it up and found that the casing has been replaced, only to find that now the base has been damaged. It's not that bad, but I shouldn't have to settle for that. It's obvious the person fixing the computer didn't pay enough attention to small things like this. Disappointing.
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reviewed 3 months ago
I'm not too impressed with this place. I went here last night for dinner, ordering for take out. The restaurant was half empty and it took almost 30 minutes to prepare my Matar Paneer. The food itself was just bland and felt too watery. I've had a much better one at another place, and they cost less as well. I don't think I'll be coming back anytime soon.
Public - 3 months ago
reviewed 3 months ago
This is one thing I crave occasionally. I usually get the clear seaweed broth, but tried the extra spicy this time. Be warned, if you're not used to spicy food, avoid avoid getting this soup base. I have a pretty high tolerance to spicy food and still felt the heat from this one. It's still delicious and perfect for chilly weather. I got the medium size plate, half kurobuta pork, half lamb. I usually like to add ramen as well at the end of my meal (dipped in peanut sauce, delicious!), but not this time. Overall if you like a good shabu-shabu I highly recommend this place. They have a few branches all over SF Bay Area.
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