It’s time to post another interview with one of our CircleMe users! Previously our first CircleMe user interview was with Dick Stoppels, now it’s time for us to have a chat with another member of the CircleMe community : -)
Who are you?
My name is Vadim Vichniakov, I’m a french business school student (SKEMA, merger between ESC Lille and CERAM). Russian born (Moscow) I came to France when I was 11 years old.
CircleMe is all about passions and things people love. If you could only choose 3 passions, what would these be? Why these 3?
1. Technology, IT, Social Media: I can’t even explain how it came to me. I strongly believe we are living an extremely exciting technological and social media revolution. I deeply want to be part of it.
2. Music: because it’s a way of living, I’m quite eclectic about it. For instance when I work I usually listen to some classics but I can switch in a blink to some inde, rock, electro… it depends, I believe there’s always appropriate music for fun, work, dancing, etc.
3. Traveling: I had the chance to live in Moscow, St Petersburg, Paris, Juan les Pins, Shanghai.
These three because I can’t conceive living without discovering new people and cultures… I’ve always traveled, I’m kind of a “worldwide citizen” ahah!
Tell us something you discovered on CircleMe that you ended up loving?
I discovered the Visual.ly service, thanks to a suggestion.
How did you discover CircleMe?
I discovered CircleMe thanks to one of Robert Scoble‘s tweets about social media trends.
What do you like about CircleMe the most?
I like the UI, its neat design and simplicity. Most of all it can be an incredible source of inspiration.
How do you imagine CircleMe will be in 2 years time?
I believe CircleMe will gain a big community and become a famous social network. Big groups could be interested in acquiring its workforce and patterns (Google: to improve their the Google+ UI / Facebook: to enhance “likes” and “interests” experience)
Are you a CircleMe user and want to share your story like Vadim did? We’d love to hear from you! Send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and stay tuned to our Twitter and Facebook for more user interviews : -)