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English.Asia

I got connected with a well known international publication company who is about to launch their English learning web platform in Asia, the Greater China region to be specific. I had the chance to preview their product and it sure looks very exciting! Asian youngsters are hungry to learn English, the web product can not […]

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GEO plugins

I started blogging using WordPress for iOS on my iphone ever since my laptop died weeks ago. The app is very convenience and made blogging so much easier. I can now blog at anytime and at anywhere… And the “anywhere” part is what made this WordPress for iOS App cool because it has the capability […]

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Somewhat frustrated…

This is somewhat frustrating… One consulting firm came in, looked at what we have done, made obvious recommendations without understanding all the current constraints (existing schedule and project obligations) or what it takes to get it done… And all of sudden, they all look like hero and management loves them! I am frustrated because we […]

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Can the Federal Reserve get banks lending?

re: Can the Federal Reserve get banks lending?   The questions is Can the Federal Reserve get banks lending?   I don’t think so and here is a simple why (my opinion)…  in order for banks to stay solvent, their asset must be either larger or equivalent to their liability.  Banks’ asset is loans, the money they lend […]

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Buffett’s Secret Map to Option Profits

re: Buffett’s Secret Map to Option Profits   I have not yet read the PDF described in the post but from one of the comments of this post, the math is not sounded.   See, I agree that writing puts in some way is like borrowing money from the puts’ buyer except there is no […]

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Blocks

re: talker’s block   English is not my first language, plus not been a good talker really put me in a disadvantage position in the corporate America. To improve, I have been doing almost exactly what Godin suggested in his post, talker’s block. And it does help!   I started practicing talking in meetings, try […]

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Typing on iPhone

I had a blackberry before this iPhone in my hand. I can key in rather fast using the blackberry keypad but not so fast on this iPhone till recently… Not sure what happened, in the past week, I can, all of sudden, key in faster on this iphone than my old blackberry! I am so […]

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time to get back to trading?

It is 2008 all over again… With European situation unfolding, stock market is crashing. The lower the price of the shares, the more of them I can pick up for my money. Stocks are on sale now and I love it! It’s time to get back to trading again!

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My team…

What’s a better team? A team that can execute or a team that can come out with many ideas? I would love to have a team that’s capable of both but with limited resources and headcount, I prefer to standup a team that can execute first then add creativity power later. Ideas are commodity. Execution […]

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Startup Quotes

I came across this great site, “Startup Quotes“, last week. Lots of inspiring and encouraging quotes from entrepreneurs of our time. I am sure we all could use some inspirations from time to time.

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