Digital analytics master class presented by Nicolas Malo (courtesy EP and CEIII as best example of interinstitutional cooperation) – that was the last thing I did before leaving for Xmas holls. I really enjoyed the possibility to get further than teenage sex level of my familiarity with the issue*:
To Belina, Chris, Nadia, Robertas, Vaclav, Kristina and of course Marceline – the lekkerest Hagelslag group of all language courses I had in my life. And I had quite a few .
I am sorry; I can’t cut the navelstreng that kept us attached to each other every Tuesday and Thursday from 13:45 till 15:35. NL emotions continue to overflow me and you are the only people who might understand.
I went to Deventer yesterday to move my daughter from one apartment to another. And I went to the bookshop. And I bought myself a present – Jip and Janneke thing, because I thought it would be awkward if “50 shadows of grey” would be the only book that I would have read under Marceline’s influence. Read the rest of this entry »
#timetochange most of the problems in life are because of 2 reasons: 1) we act without thinking, 2) we think without acting.
I do have very irregular blogging habits (the reason to call them convulsions rather than habits) – react on impulse and mostly on Lithuanian one. That’s why I have slightly more characters on my Lithuanian blogs: http://namop2.wordpress.com/and http://galibuti.popo.lt/. Read the rest of this entry »
If you, like me, work for the public institution – would you tell me if you know what CRM is? I expect 2 possible answers:
1) yes, you know that CRM stands for Customer Relations Management and you are aware that this is the way to maximize your efforts whilst minimizing costs, which makes it a critical element of any responsible business Read the rest of this entry »