Time Management for Creative People

A while ago a followed a link to an interesting e-book titled "Time Management for Creative People" by Mark McGuinness. I quickly printed a copy for reading at home and dropped it into the briefcase. Several weeks later (so much for time management), I finally read it last night and found a nice set of suggestions and ideas for better https://cialischeapprice.com/cialis-20mg/ managing your "creative" time. The book brings together several suggestions in a nice combination, including task prioritization and to-do lists, blocking out your most creative time, and some concepts I hadn’t seen before like "do it tomorrow". If you…

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Big News at Yahoo! Today

Big news at Yahoo HQ today! (No, it’s not the global rollout of the new Yahoo! Mail.) After 3 1/2 years on the Messenger team, I’ve moved to the Platform Engineering team, managing the integration/solutions engineering team. It’s a small https://cialischeapprice.com team now, but will be growing. Coincident with joining this team, we all moved into a new bullpen cube arrangement. No network connections yet, but at least all my stuff made it over safely.

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Getting a Job in Silicon Valley

Guy Kawasaki has a great piece today titled Everything You Wanted to Know About Getting a Job in Silicon Valley But Didn’t Know Who to Ask: Many people ask me for advice about getting a job in Silicon Valley, so here’s the inside scoop. Not everyone will agree with this advice, and some will outright deny what I’m saying, but if you use these tips you will stand head and shoulders above most candidates. I won’t reiterate the whole list here, but this is definitely worth reading. He starts the list with a great tip: “Love what the company does”.…

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YHOO hits 40!

For some reason only the market knows, Yahoo stock just barely cracked $40 today! Apparently this is a 5-year high for the stock. Well, it’s not as hot as GOOG, but I’ll take it!

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