Monthly Archives: May 2012

Lessons Re-Learned: A Good Company Does Not Mean a Good Stock to Buy

A lot of frenzy over “hot” tech companies has been engulfing the business and tech media in the past year or so. Journalists and bloggers have been running over each other, proselytizing to everyone what a great and safe investment … Continue reading

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The “Not So Benevolent” Stereotypes

Today I’m going to revisit the stereotypes theme, a topic I first wrote about four months ago. Two seemingly unrelated events that took place in the past week prompted me to write a continuation of my previous post: 1) An … Continue reading

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A Day of Preppiness

This weekend I joined thousands of fellow Washingtonians in attending the 87th edition of the world-famous Virginia Gold Cup steeplechase race. I enjoyed the beautiful Virginia countryside on a sunny and hot day, sipping bourbon, eating pulled pork burgers, and … Continue reading

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The Lesson I Learned about Email Privacy

About a month ago, I submitted five photos to the 2012 Annual Cherry Blossom Festival photo competition, organized by an organization called FotoWeekDC. I even posted about this on this blog, asking you, my dear friends, to support my entry … Continue reading

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