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Shanghai part two

Another quick little round up:  * Sunday – took a train to Souzhou with (Patrick, Sean, Bob, Margaret, Eric, and some other Shanda people) to go eat some BBQ. Now this wasn’t just any BBQ, it was one being cooked … Continue reading

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Singapore Redux and Shanghai part one

Yep, I’m back in Asia. This time it’s mostly work related instead of all fun. I’m out here working with the Mochi China team on deploying our platform in mainland China, explaining how things work in operations, listening to how … Continue reading

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Checking out for a few days

Going to Kauai for a few days to recharge the batteries. Too much work and not enough personal time lately. Hopefully this will take care of that.

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Tokyo Update

Those that know me well know that I prefer to sleep in rather than wake up early. So when I say that I woke up at 4:45 AM to catch a flight to Tokyo, yes, it’s OK to be shocked. … Continue reading

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Bali Reflections

Ross and I headed over to Bali for a nice break from fancy Singapore and to catch some beach lounging. It was a fantastic little side trip that I’d recommend to anyone visiting in the area. We bought some tickets … Continue reading

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Singapore Reflections

Just some random bits about my trip so far. The flights over here were completely uneventful and pretty good. Though I was a little bit upset that United doesn’t have its nicer business class layouts on their Asia flights. Hey … Continue reading

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An idea of why I had a good time in Chicago

From http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20070824/ap_on_re_us/flooding_81 In Chicago, a few businesses found a bright side to the storm raging outside on Thursday. "It was out of control," bartender Nick McCann said. "People would not leave. … We had $2 margaritas, and people were getting … Continue reading

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