Monday, June 06, 2011

Massive Amazon Buying Binge

I'm not sure I'm ever going to have the time to consume all of this content I bought last night, but I got a wee bit inspired to finally get all of the little books, DVDs and magazines I've been wanting. I think anyone can kinda see my interests and passions based on this list.

  1. Metal Floss (Magazine)
  2. Mens Health Big Book of Food & Nutrition (Book)
  3. The Omnivore's Dilemma (Book)
  4. Leon: Naturally Fast Food (Cookbook) [I went to the quick serve resto in London and it was yummy!]
  5. Lonely Planet: The Cities Book (Book)
  6. The Tea Enthusiasts Handbook (Book)
  7. This is NPR: The First 40 Years (Book)
  8. 2030: the Real Story of What Happens to America (Book)
  9. The Google Resume - How to prepare for a career and land a job at Apple, Microsoft, Google or Any Other Tech Company (Book)
  10. Get A Financial Life: Personal Finance in Your 20s and 30s (Book)
  11. I Will Teach You To Be Rich (Book)
  12. The Most Important Thing: Uncommon Sense for The Thoughtful Investor (Book)
  13. How To Hire A Players: Finding the Top People For Your Team Even If You Don't Have A Recruiting Department (Book)
  14. Chasing Stars: The Myth of Talent and Portability of Performance (Book)
  15. The Facebook Effect: The Inside Story of the Company That Is Connecting The World (Book)
  16. Tales of the City: A Novel [I liked the colorful new cover :)] (Book)
  1. Tales of the City (Collectors Edition DVD)
  2. More Tales of the City (DVD)
  3. Further Tales of the City (DVD)
  4. Looking for Comedy in the Muslim World (DVD)
  5. The Muse (DVD)
  6. Small Wonder Season 2 (DVD)

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Sunday, April 17, 2011



Cute smiley balloon stuck atop of the Farragut West Metro Station in Washington DC.

4.17.11 5:02pm

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Monday, March 28, 2011

Britney Loves San Francisco

Britney couldn't do a Castro concert in SF, so she did an indoor concert and filmed a video montage.

Pretty nice stuff. :)

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Monday, March 21, 2011

Disco'ed by the Soundcloud

70's Disco Dance Party Part II by DJ Lennie III

I absolutely <3 this mix. It's got some real 70's disco gems that most people don't know about. I smiled throughout the whole thing.

Simple pleasures.

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Saturday, March 19, 2011

The High-Low Theory of Fashion Affordability


Interesting theory...

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Stevie Hoang - "Half A Chance" (New Music Track)

Nice new jam from an artist I'm not familiar with. He actually supported some of my favorite acts during their worldwide tours in the past couple of years. He supported JLS during 2010 and N-Dubz during 2009.


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Photos From Last Night's Dinner: Cha-Ya Japanese Vegetarian

I always like to start with the Gyoza ( with a special treat of Asparagus and Peanut Sauce). I went with my usual "Kinoko" noodle dish (invaded with so many mushrooms!) with Soba. Mmmmm. It's a perfect meal for a rainy San Francisco evening. I also ran into a bunch of friends who were trying it for the first time. Yay!

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SFIAAFF 2011: "Resident Aliens" Was My Favorite Film This Year

With one film left to go, I can say that my favorite film I saw this year was "Resident Aliens." It was a film I could connect to, even If I've never been through a similar experience. The stories of the main characters were very interesting. It really makes you reflect upon your own life and wonder are you living up to your potential.


n 2002, the United States began deporting former Cambodian refugees with criminal offenses, even those who had arrived as children or infants following the Cambodian genocide. RESIDENT ALIEN follows three such “returnees” as they adapt to an unfamiliar homeland after nearly a lifetime spent in the States; largely shunned by Cambodian society, with few skills and little money, they now must find a way to survive, or end up on the streets.

China vacillates between accepting that she’ll spend the rest of her life in Cambodia and shock that she’ll never again set foot in the United States. Her boyfriend Looney admits that he’s unhappy in their relationship, but is also completely dependent on her financially. The heart of the film, however, is KK, a breakdancer from Long Beach who struggles to show his family back home that he has changed for the better. Forced to leave his own young son in the States, he becomes a teacher and surrogate father to a breakdancing troupe of poor children in Cambodia (the Tiny Toones), with hope that it will save them from a life of poverty, and ultimately help him find his own path to redemption.

Ellen Park

In Attendance: Ross Tuttle (Director)


Director: Ross Tuttle
Producer: Ross Tuttle
Cinematographer: Ross Tuttle
Writer: Ross Tuttle
Editor: Ross Tuttle

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How to turn down a job offer

After being a recruiter for a year, I've run into a few instances of a lack of tact when turning down a job offer.

Here's some advice from the Harvard Business Review. Take it!

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Guile Theme Goes With Everything - KFC Commercial

I die. I die a hardcore death... to the Guile theme.

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Surreal Photos of Subway Cars Being Thrown Into the Ocean [Slideshow] | Co.Design


This is cool, unique and an interesting case for old subway cars.

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I don't wanna be your friend on Facebook


I'd prefer to be your friend in real life...

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Everything Looks Official...