How I Work

Posted on 01 Mar 2016 in at-work

If you are a regular reader of Lifehacker, you would be familiar with the column How I Work. This column interview people about their workstation setup, music, gadgets, apps, and many more, related to how the person function in a day.

Book Note: Living with a SEAL

Posted on 13 Jan 2016 in book-note

This is book about inviting a US Navy SEAL to train you 24x7. That means, he live with you, go where you go, and able to ask you to train anytime, anywhere, 24x7. Did I tell you that the SEAL come with 1 condition? There are nothing off limit.

Have You Grow Someone Today?

Posted on 01 Dec 2015 in at-work

The business world is measured by profitability, on positive cash flow, on how much money can you create for your shareholder. It is no wonder that all of our goals, whether as business owner, executive, or employee, are around increasing sales, and keeping cost manageable.

HP Inc and Hewlett Packard Enterprise

Posted on 01 Nov 2015 in at-work

Today mark one of the biggest event in tech industry: the split of HP as we know it into HP Inc and Hewlett Packard Enterprise. The event is so big that it probably only rivalled by the merger of HP and Compaq back in 2001.

Do We Need To Force Learning?

Posted on 29 Sep 2015 in parenting

The notion in education world is that, young kids need to go to school to learn. No matter whether they like it or not, they need to go to school, maybe forced to go to school. The notion is that, if these kids aren’t going to school, they are not learning.

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