Starting a new chapter

It’s been a long time since I write a life post. The last one was about me forgetting what I did for my 37th birthday. Now It’s 6 months into the year and so much have happened. It is time for a review. Let’s start with no so good news first Starting something new and … Continue reading Starting a new chapter

Messy

I’m starting to mess up again. I’m starting something without a clear goal in mind. Tldr: Long post ahead. Need to set a clear goal, measure and move on. This morning I listened to “Startup for the rest of us” Noah a very good internet business person / marketer was giving advice on how to grow … Continue reading Messy

Making mistakes at work

These developers were human. They made a mistake. And so did the reviewers who audited this code. I’ve read some comments on Reddit and HackerNews along the lines of: “What an obvious mistake! How was it even possible they missed this?” (Ignoring that the “obvious” vulnerability was introduced in January and only now discovered.) When … Continue reading Making mistakes at work

One Strong Cook

Whether it’s work or life, citizens of the modern age are stressed out around the clock. The elderly aren’t the only ones sprouting white hair anymore—plenty of young people are going white as well. A lot of people choose to dye their hair so they can cover up the old, tired look that comes with … Continue reading One Strong Cook

Media

To me, It’s all about participation. Users are agnostic to where they consume your story. But if you focus on content, and attempt to build brand, you will win. via The Hack: Having a Media Company Mentality – Gary Vaynerchuk – Medium Truly. This is where I’m heading next. Media. Building web properties, it’s so … Continue reading Media

Silent Evidence

That year, I turned 30. There’s an old Chinese saying: ‘At 30, one stands firm.’ Yet, I couldn’t even support myself. What could I do? Keep waiting, or give up my movie-making dream? My wife gave me invaluable support. via Ang Lee: A Never-Ending Dream | What Shih Said I find myself in this quote. … Continue reading Silent Evidence

Longer you work, the least likely you startup 

For many people, the longer they work at a big company making a large salary, the higher their personal expenses rise, and the lower their chances will be of starting a startup, even if that is their eventual goal. via Why Should I Start a Startup? I agreed. The chance of starting a business once … Continue reading Longer you work, the least likely you startup