Monthly Archives: May 2011

moment of reflection for work

Some things really struck me and stayed with me lately, and that’s the notion of workaholism. I normally ignore it or treat it like a fad, but in the recent months I’ve been practicing it and living it through and … Continue reading

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get stuff done

The last week or so I slowly felt the joy of getting stuff done. This is the week before I take off for HK, and I made a deal with my boss to get enough work done so that I … Continue reading

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slowed down

Really wanted to do some work tonight, but the latest build is broken, so I couldn’t do any coding at home, which is sad. I guess tomorrow I have to go in early to try to get some stuff done.

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webct sucks

Have been trying to let it out all the time. Webct’s lack of support for IE lovers really piss me off, especially now that I’m trying to use more Microsoft products. Wanted to send a tweet and let the founders … Continue reading

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Cranky moment at work

Rarely do I feel angry about work, because I’m usually not emotionally invested to it. In fact, I normally don’t put in a lot of emotions to my work. I felt a bit upset over some carelessly filled Fogbugz cases, … Continue reading

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Square

Square and Jack Dorsey never ceased to amaze me, and today after reading about their big announcement on Square Register, I went back to dig a bit about their technology, and ran into a good talk by Bob Lee and … Continue reading

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Bloomberg businessweek

Random surfing drops me to Bloomberg’s businessweek article “top 25 web people” to watch, in here. In it, Paul Graham, someone who I haven’t heard of, wrote essays in his website that have been highly regarded in the Internet (or … Continue reading

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