A funny rumor appeared on TechCrunch about the company I work for.
I won’t comment about the rumor. (To be honest, I’m so bad with numbers I wouldn’t be able to get the number right even if I did.) Instead I’d like to point out Comment 26:
“15M can hire the BEST engineers and product team in the bay area, word on the streets is that they already have 3 of the hottest sh*t php engineers, and a famous architect boot. I would watch out for them in the near future.”
Famous architect? Moi?
P.S. Tagged is hiring. I don’t know about the others but I’m looking for some young, hot sh*t PHP engineers who don’t mind working with a “famous architect” for a profitable, growing, hot startup with tons of money. (The beauty here is you don’t work for me. I’m like the color commentator of your code.)
We’ll see who can kick out more product. As long as you kids don’t keep stealing my hearing aid, I’ll give you a run, I promise. 😀
Contact Mark Jen and Terry Chay (especially Mark, I’m just an engineer… but apparently a “hot sh*t” one. :-D).
Tagged has a Cherry Coke promotion which pretty much works with any website out there. In honor of this, I pimped out my profile with some raining cherries—I mean once you get over all the pr0n on my profile, that I’m too lazy(?) to delete. 🙂
Apparently there was a reward for getting Mark hired and I was the lucky recipient of it. In a move back to our gangsta roots, Greg gave me most of it in the form of a brick of 125 $20 bills. Time to really make it rain!
Making it rain
, Financial District, San Francisco, California
Nikon D200, Tokina AT-X PRO 16-50mm f/2.8 DX
1/200sec @ f/2.8, iso320, 16mm (24mm)
(Best viewed large on black)
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I read today that Mark is moved up to San Francisco.
Oh and he’s going to be working at the same company as me.
Did you know the only project we worked on together at Plaxo was Lunch 2.0?
“This is going to be legen… wait for it …DARY!”
First view of first Lunch 2.0
Santa Clara, California
Nikon D70, Nikkor 12-24mm f/4G
f/7.1 at 1/125 second, 12mm (18mm), iso 200
The first Lunch 2.0: Sneaking into Yahoo! Mission College Campus.
There was a write-up about Tagged yesterday on TechCrunch.
We’re profitable! *Pats self on back*
The most interesting part is the comments. My reply hasn’t changed in the last six days:
You cannot single out one Web 2.0 company for doing viral marketing and not be a complete hypocrite. Either bash them all or none.
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Since I was working on a web-tool to detect and clean HTML embed codes, Firefox was experiencing some intermittent crashing. Today I loaded up my page in Safari, seeing the site for the first time in weeks without my banner ad blocker:
The banner ad is for Eve Online which is a MMORPG imported from Korea. Someone I know just accepted a job for a similar company so this is a big shout-out to you (you know who you are).
BTW, Afro Samurai did a takeover a couple weeks ago. I decided to change my tagged profile theme to the promo. It’s a pity that I don’t get cable and this isn’t on iTunes, because it looks like an interesting show.
(I had cable until yesterday, but didn’t know it since I never connected it. I found out today when they left a note on my door saying they cut it.)
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