My new blog

October 9, 2007

So I’ve finally gotten off my lazy butt and created a new blog. Rose and I will both be blogging at If you’re subscribed on my FeedBurner feed, it should already be picking up my new entries over there. If not, head on over and get on my new feed!

See you there 🙂



Heard about Weewar through some of my feeds and got invited to their beta today! So many great ideas in there 🙂 Best parts:

  • It’s turn based and it saves its state so you can play a long running game
  • You can play multiple games at the same time and have them saved in different states
  • You can play with up to 6 players
  • You can view a replay of the game afterwards to see what happened
  • Other people can watch games in action as observers

Here’s a screenshot of the game in action, but you can basically just show up to watch games live at (click on the “view game” links in the Weewar live ticker)

I’m not sure how many invites I have, but if you want one, drop me a comment!

Me @ F8

June 6, 2007

Hey, I was on again 🙂 (no no, this isn’t like last time)

Me @ F8

Haiping (a long time colleague of mine and now an engineer at Facebook) is standing behind me. I wonder why they didn’t get our names to add to the picture caption.

Goodbye Plaxo!

June 5, 2007

Well, it’s been 2 years and almost 3 months since I joined Plaxo and this Friday I’ll be moving on. Over the past two years, we’ve done a ton of stuff at Plaxo, including:

I’ve really enjoyed my time at Plaxo – I’ve learned a lot, shipped a ton of product, and worked with amazing people. 😀

As for my next gig, I’ll be joining my good friend Terry over at Tagged. There’s a ton of stuff to do over there – and since they’re in PHP/Java, I can probably jump in and do some coding too :). Lunch 2.0 up in SF here we come!

So… should I continue writing my blog here at Plaxoed? I suppose it is past tense, so it could fit as I move on after Plaxo. What do you guys think?

In my new condo up in San Francisco, we got fliers to sign up for a high speed internet service called Webpass that claimed synchronous 45Mbps for about $30 / month if you pre-pay annually. Too good to be true? Well, I got it setup, paid $350 for the year, and here’s what says:

And that’s through a Linksys router. When I hook up my computer straight to the tap it’s even faster!

The technician told me that what they’re doing is dropping a T3 line straight to the building and all the residents signed up for the service are sharing it. He told me there are currently only about 20 people from my building signed up, so that means I’m probably getting a T3 all to myself most of the time. San Francisco rocks!


For more info, head on over to Everyone’s invited, we’ve got a few events coming up: one next week and one in June.

Also, if you’d like to host an event, contact me 😀

Quick Plaxo update

May 8, 2007

Whew, there’s a whole lot of stuff going on at Plaxo. Here’s a recap:

One of my personal favorite labs features is Plaxo Search. Basically, you sign-in (check “Remember me on this computer” if you’re on a personal machine) and you get a Google-like interface to search for anything you have in your Plaxo account. You can also hook it up to your browser’s search box in the top right (if you have IE7 or Firefox). It looks like this:

Plaxo Search

Give it a try; it’s the fastest way to get access to your contacts, calendar, tasks, and notes by far!