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So Fresh!

by Kiran on February 22, 2011 · 5 comments

in Social Media, Travels

I am so blessed to have great blends. Seriously. Look! We are out on another adventure. This time, a 2-day social media conference by SocialFresh!

Katy, Meghann and I embarked on an all-girl road trip adventure yesterday morning. Thanks to Katy for driving us all the way to Tampa. And people, she drives with a stick. Gotta love that πŸ˜‰

With our gadgets out, ready and all set up to TWEET and FACEBOOK away, the conference begun with interesting speakers talking anything and everything Facebook. There were so much valuable information that I feel I need a day or two to soak it all in *breathe, Kiran* I am so thrilled, overjoyed and overwhelmed with so much of details and hopeful to share the whole experience with you all soon. If you are on Twitter, join in the fun using hashtag #socialfresh.

The whole scene reminds me of my college day lecture halls – but this time, my ears were listening and fingers busy updating social networking sites. Conferences are fun-er these days, thanks to social media.

It’s challenging yet satisfying to be a social media enthusiast (or a blogger). I was lunging my handbag, laptop, camera, and power outlets whole day! Well, I guess we can never be overly prepared πŸ˜‰

Look at my cluttered laptop screen. I think I have the sloppiest organization skills. Yikes! I guess it’s time for spring cleaning πŸ™‚

Are you a social butterfly? Do you attend local social media conferences or any networking gatherings?


1 Holli February 23, 2011 at 1:03 PM

How fun!!
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2 Kiran March 3, 2011 at 12:53 PM

It was and I am struggling with a recap post of what I’ve learn all about Facebook πŸ™‚

3 Dinu February 24, 2011 at 11:06 AM

I never got to attend a conference πŸ™ I think it will be loads of fun … I am waiting for my chance to come πŸ˜€

uhmm, you need some serious work done on ur laptop desktop :p I tend to keep my desktop clean πŸ˜‰ that’s the first thing I see when I open my comp and I love it clean .. so I kinda make folders and move stuff to other folders when they are not regularly used.

Applications put their icons there whenever they are installed, I remove them manually, or opt not to put a desktop icon while installing.

I have a folder for temporary files where I put in all unorganized stuff in. I clean things up when I get time and re organize them πŸ˜€

4 Kiran March 3, 2011 at 12:55 PM

Don’t worry, your time will come. See if you can research more about your local community events or the surrounding area. If it requires some fee, opt to ask if you can instead volunteer. That is how I got in πŸ™‚ Love your organization tips and tricks. Gotta work on mine, thanks for the advice.

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