July 11th, 2008. 7/11. Or what some of us tech-geeks refer to as the iPocalypse. This was the day that my face in the crowd would be attaining the holy grail of communication technology. Some of you may think of it as 'simply a phone'. But the few of us who are either obsessed with the newest technologies or have consumed the Steve Job's Kool-Aid looked at it as much much more. Ok, so really it is just a phone, but it brings us ahead in the future of mobile communications.
When you join PlattForm, you are automatically expected to be adept in planning/throwing/hosting parties and/or showers and/or wingdings.
It’s borderline mandatory.
We are a company that lives for Happy Hour. We thrive on streamers. Our lives are not complete unless there’s confetti.
So it’s really no big surprise that PlattForm has branched out to hosting a benefit concert to raise funds for our upcoming American Diabetes Association walk. Best of all, YOU’RE invited!
Alas, proactivity has never been one of my strong suits (even as I type this blog, it’s at the eleventh hour). Scientists may argue that its nature versus nurture but in my case, it’s definitely because my parents were procrastinating too much on teaching my brothers and I not to procrastinate.