Ya pasó la mala impresión del proceso de registro y activación. Atrás quedaron los malos ratos cuando tuve que lidiar con el callcenter. Ahora, BBVA Link funciona la raja. Es lejos el mejor monedero electrónico chileno que he probado.
Hace un par de días escribí sobre el proceso de registro de BBVA Link, la cuenta vista “móvil” del banco BBVA. Comenté cómo se puede solicitar y cuánto debes sufrir durante el proceso de registro. Sí, debes aguantar un proceso algo lento y tedioso, pero es infinitamente menos que ir a sacar una cuenta vista a una sucursal, porque lo puedes hacer todo de forma remota. (¿registro de firma, anyone?)
Como ando metido en el tema de los medios de pago, me llamó la atención BBVA Link, “la primera cuenta bancaria por Facebook de Latinoamérica“. Es una cuenta vista que –a menos que haya entendido mal– no requiere una visita a la sucursal para abrirla. Pero todavía queda tiempo para que me lo pidan… ha pasado sólo un par de horas desde que la solicité.
Yesterday I had a phone interview for a technical position, and I blew it. I made several rookie mistakes like answering the wrong question. Yeah, pretty bad.
How hard is it to deliver the food to the customer in time? My business partner and I were pondering on this idea last week. As a customer who orders food, it would be great if the restaurant you are calling knew who you are, what you want and where you reside. It would be even better if the restaurant went one step ahead and, heeding your behavior as one of their regulars, somehow knew you were going to order food. So we let our minds roam free around this ideas for a while and tried to evaluate the feasibility of this… insightful restaurant.
I don’t know how good the user experience is when ordering food elsewhere, but here in Chile it sucks.
A couple of weeks ago I took a taxi to the airport early in the morning. To improve my chances of surviving the episode I started talking–it was 3 AM and the driver had greeted me with a drowsy nod. I don’t recall how many subjects I visited until the driver bit and woke up. We ended up talking about greed.
I work as a part-time instructor on software courses for several professional training companies. This post is about the salary incentives (or non existence thereof) applied by one of those companies. To be be succinct, I will call this company ‘Big Training Co’.
I’ve always thought of myself as rather introverted and laconic. I am definitely terse when it comes to engaging in smalltalk with people I haven’t met beforehand. However, time and again I’ve wished I had more to say on those conversations. I admire those who can engage in conversation with almost strangers in “record time.” I wish I knew how they are able to engage and attract attention, while at the same time not appearing rude. I think I might have a clue after reading a passage of Tolstoi’s “Of War and Peace”.