Are you a social media addict like I am? Do you have trouble getting stuff done? Or, if you do get stuff done, do you have a hard time keeping track of it to show bosses or others who need to know just how productive you are?
Well, iDoneThis is your answer: http://idonethis.com/
Every day it emails me and asks me what I did. I email it back a few short sentences and it keeps track.
Of course, my answer is usually "posted a cool video to Google+." What a life, huh? Anyway, meet the team...
-Android users are more likely to use Google+ than iPhone users
-Android users are less likely to use Facebook than iPhone users
-Both groups use Twitter about the same amount
Does this match your experience?
- Vergara Consulting LLCConsultant, present
- Consolidators International IncTSA Security Coordinator, present
I was born in sunny Southern California on the first day of Autumn in 1978. I am the oldest child of two immigrant parents from the Philippines. I was raised in the suburbs of SoCal, moving around every few years until I “grew up” in Corona, CA. I attended the University of California-Riverside, majoring in History and minoring in Religious Studies. In order to pay my tuition, I worked full time as an air freight operations agent and part time information technologies help desk agent for a few Air Freight companies near LAX airport. I graduated from UCR in March 2001.
After college, I continued to work in air freight while sharpening my skills as technician. I was very good at working my desk in air freight, but I never felt fulfilled. When I was a child, puzzles and brain teasers fascinated me. I needed more than just pushing paper and tracking shipments across America. Luckily, my technical talents were recognized, and I was recruited by one of my mentors for my first consulting experience. I know I need challenges and problems to solve in order to keep my mind sharp. Technical support and systems analysis provide the necessary trials and tests. I enjoy bringing the light of technology to make the lives of others easier.
As we have all learned, the ways we use technology are ever constantly evolving. Keeping abreast of the new innovations keeps us all ahead of the curve. It’s my goal not to leave anyone behind.
I currently reside in Orange County, CA with my beautiful fiance Kathleen. We have 2 rescued cats named Tyler and Louie, and a rescued puppy named Einstein. I love to eat new and exciting foods and avidly watch the History Channel and the Science Channel. I am a die hard Lakers and Angles fan and I do need to exercise more.
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