19 April 2012 Thursday | 17:21 | -
It has emerged that Kevin Systrom (of Instagram) had originally asked Mark Zuckerberg (of Facebook) for US$2 billion. Zuckerberg sealed the deal over three days, and managed to slash the price tag by 50%. It’s almost like how we operate at Beijing’s Xiushui and Yaxiu markets. And it’s amazing how Systrom sold a business with zero revenue for a billion bucks.
After a brief affair with Path, and an even shorter fling with Pinterest which lasted a mere five minutes, I’m back on Instagram. Just in time to witness a surge of followers after they rolled out the Android app.
Coffee choices are limited at 6 o’clock in the morning. Imagine my joy when I was told of the 24-hour outlet at United Square. My partners take turns to buy coffee. Heh.
I merely wanted to activate my new credit card- by making the first transaction online. The previous card was terminated after they discovered a fraudulent entry of S$4.95. I cannot explain how I managed to buy things from three different websites in twenty minutes. I
need want a travel journal when I head to Europe six weeks from now. And of course, it has to be from Moleskine.