Monthly Archives: April 2006

Book mini review – In Search of Excellence

Yes, I read books.  I read a lot of them. As so frequently happens with books I read, I end up forgetting the specific details of the book rather quickly. What does end up happening is that, while I’m reading … Continue reading

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Summer movies

Decided to map out what the summer movie schedule is going to look like yesterday: Summer 2006 movie release dates April 28th – Stick it! (because my friend wants to see it)May 5th – Mission Impossible III (tom cruise backlash … Continue reading

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Optimize your life #4 – how to manage e-mail (2/2)

This post is the second post in a series on how to manage your e-mail.  The first post is here. Tip #3 – Use a “Getting Things Done” workflow for managing e-mail. I’m a huge fan of the “Getting Things … Continue reading

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Richard Kuo’s resume

Richard Kuo 338 Spear St., Unit 7D San Francisco, CA 94105 Mobile: 281-224-8898 | E-mail: rkuo@rkuo.com | Website: rkuo.com Current resume: rkuo.com/resume | LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/richardykuo Summary of Qualifications Highly motivated and accomplished entrepreneur, engineering manager and developer with 17+ years experience. Senior positions held … Continue reading

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Got lucky with the domain name

According to this article on domain names by Dennis Forbes (I believe he’s a frequent Joel on Software poster), about eighty percent of four letter domain names are taken.  Guess I lucked out with rkuo.com, huh?  Yeah, I was pretty … Continue reading

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Optimize your life #3 – how to manage e-mail effectively (1/2)

A few months ago, I did a “Getting Things Done” presentation for the team here at SnapStream.  As I’ve mentioned before, GTD is a system developed by David Allen for organizing and dealing with your tactical commitments.  The presentation focused … Continue reading

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