In the second installment of Meet The .Me Team, after we presented Maša, this weeks’ honor of being interviewed has been presented to Vuksan Rajković. Our Bussiness Development Manager does whatever it takes to convince everybody that .ME is the best. Often deeply immersed in his work, but when he suddenly cracks a joke the whole office laughs hysterically. However, I’ll let you be the judge, so without any more delay, I’ll let Vuksan tell you more.
Tell us a bit about yourself. Where are you from and where are you now?
I was born and raised in Podgorica, Montenegro, spent my senior year of high school in Hillsborough, North Carolina (Go Panthers!) and graduated English Language and Literature from the Faculty of Philology, University of Belgrade. I am currently bizdev at .ME Registry, a fancy title meaning “doing everything you can to boost the number of .ME partners and registrations across the world.
How would you describe your work style?
I would say it might be somewhere in the middle between spontaneous and organized. It is a chaos I am constantly trying to organize.
What advice would you give to someone who is starting in your profession?
What do you do, when you’re not working?
Tell us one embarrassing and/or silly thing about yourself.
If you could be anywhere in the world right now, where would you be?
You have dinner with one person of your choice, dead or alive, who is it?
Noam Chomsky, because of revolutionary linguistic ideas and political views. And because he still rocks at 85.
What is the last book you read and how would you rate it?
What is your favourite OS?
iOS. Everything works all the time.
What is your favourite website?
You are stranded on a deserted island only with your suitcase and five things in it. What are those?
I would definitely bring a shovel and 4 flare guns. There is always treasure on a deserted island and I hope some ship would see the flares I fire, after digging out the treasure.
Are you prepared for zombie apocalypse? How?
Yep. I’d cut of my right hand and put a chainsaw instead. It works, I have seen it in movies.
Facebook or Twitter? If you prefer one over the other?
Like Twitter more as a source of information and use Facebook more for fun and connecting with friends. When it comes to work though, I use both equally.
If you could pick up a superhero power, what would it be and why?
Electricity manipulation. On Fridays, I would disable all the devices with the Internet access in the office and leave for the beach early!