(Image from akbar simonse)
I’d like to thank some people for making 2007 an eventful year for me and, of course, for this weblog, too:
(in no particular order)
Carolina, I love reading Curiouser and Curiouser because of your great insights into social media. I’m glad we ‘met’. =)
Danny Foo, we should round up the rest of the Web Standards geeks in KL and get rat-ass drunk. Whaddaya say?
Chairman Kuan, I hope your Epic party goes well. Kamo can’t make it for this one, but the beats are bouncin’ back in early 2008. See you then.
Khai Lee, good luck with Bunch Out. I hope your project leads the way for more Malaysian start-up success stories.
Nora, can you let me win at Scrabulous, at least once? Please? I can’t grow any more braincells. =P
Kevin. Boss! Thanks for the kind comments. And I’ll finish the demo!
Charles Knight, I can’t wait to see what happens in 6 months. I think most of your predictions will come true. But I think Facebook still has a lotta fight left in it.
Chris Brogan, thanks for inspiring me to write meaningful posts. Speaking of which, I owe you No.35. =)
Sha, keep up the great work with eMenang. Internet millionnaire by mid-2008, OK? =)
Mark Iremonger, thank you for having such an enlightening blog. I think it’s a great thing that there are people in the agency network who are as switched on about digital advertising trends as you are.
To Werns, Sid, Junisa, Mooks, Elise, Dennis ‘Don’t Fuck with the Foo’ and the rest of my friends at Proximity Malaysia, it’s been a pretty interesting year and I think we should all be on holiday till February. But see you next week.
Agency Fusion, thanks for that entertaining advertisement. Can you invent a ‘Make All My Clients Understand the Web’ cream?
Gato, let’s shoot that skater documentary that we’ve been planning to shoot since, like, forever.
Jim Hedley, thanks for letting me use roto wire as my blog header in October.
Mark Jensen from the Copenhagen Business School for mentioning this blog as an information architecture reference!
And Lynne, no matter what happens next year or the years after that, you’ll always be my shorty, shorty.