Monthly Archives: January 2009

On My Own and Having Fun

Now that the iPhone apps I built are out there in Apple’s App Store, I get a kick out of what is now a daily ritual: counting the number of units I sold the previous day. I have been trying hard … Continue reading

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Benevolence and Corruption

How can we fix the problem of corruption? I believe there is a solution, but it requires an overhaul of our perceptions about government benevolence. Before I go into how corruption and benevolence are linked together, let me go through … Continue reading

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A Foretaste of How It would be Like to Do Business in the Philippines

Our ongoing experience with the big move, specifically with regards to the used Toyota minivan that we want to take with us, is giving us a foretaste of how it is like to do business in our homeland. I know that … Continue reading

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Apple has just released my iPhone apps

I am excited! Let’s see whether these apps will get us some positive cash flow going. It took the Apple testers more than a month to test the apps. Development effort was about about two man-weeks and took about a … Continue reading

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Preparations for Big Move to the Philippines

In my mind there are two big components to the big move. One is financial and the other is the logistics of the move. Several important decisions have to be made. Part of my business strategy involves setting up a … Continue reading

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