Monthly Archives: September 2011


Last Friday I had my first company meeting, and it was a blast. It was the biggest show I’ve been in, and the show didn’t disappoint at all. For a lot of people, the CM was getting old. The demos … Continue reading

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new PC

A strange thought came to me. Should I get a new MBP to run windows? I think I ought to get a conventional PC to run windows man, otherwise I’m going to look really foolish at work. I’ve been comtemplating … Continue reading

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Mcdonald ain’t as good down in the states

So I tried the famous McDonald breakfast and it was horrible. The hasbrown was over-fried, the coffee was disgusting, and the sausage in the bun looks like it’s artificial. I have a feeling that theseĀ in-genuine food is what makes American … Continue reading

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productivity at work

Is it because of big companies that there can be so much going on that one can get detour from the daily work and all of a sudden really a day went by without much productivity to show for it. … Continue reading

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listening to Sacca

Wow. It was another moment of awe when you listen to these valley veterans, who just seems to be well connected to each other. Not surprisingly, listening to Kevin Rose’s Foundation videos, I learned quite a few big names in … Continue reading

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Hulu hiring, and some back burners

Just ran into a hiring ad for Hulu, found here. In it, it reference the Hulu culture, found here. That culture part really interests me, because I want to know what people look for in a stream video company. More … Continue reading

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Paper reading/publishing club

This is something I had in mind a long time ago. Why don’t we start a academic literature club where we read papers in the current tech space and then share it in a group. This can enhance our collective … Continue reading

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