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Wow, I went to check my email and I’ve got this nice surprise. My Financial Calculator has been recommended as best financial app for all AndroidPIT english speakers. I’m really proud of it. Twice on a roll this month! You … Continue reading
I usually don’t post financial stuff on this blog and instead direct those to my other blog: http://principleinvesting.wordpress.com But this article by Warren Buffett is so good I almost tear. http://finance.fortune.cnn.com/2012/02/09/warren-buffett-berkshire-shareholder-letter/ I admire the man for many reasons but one … Continue reading
Recently I was contacted by AndroidPIT, the wordwide leading Android site to get my point of view on Android, what makes an app stand out and talk about Dogfight. What I didn’t know is that they recently launched the spanish … Continue reading
It’s been over a year of development and lot of iterations and additions… but today it’s the official release of Dogfight! It comes with a new promotional video: Which you can get at www.dogfightplay.com
Are Android users nicer than Apple users? Are Apple fan-boys inheriting the famous Steve Jobs character? or is the Apple system more pro-negative reviews? Before going into the core, let me write up the summary: I have suggestions for both … Continue reading
Since the game has been downloaded more than 200,000 times, I’ve decided it was time to give it its own site where Dogfighters could exchange their latest tricks: http://www.dogfightplay.com Up and running!
“Tomorrow can be better than today and we all have a personal moral obligation to make it so.” – Enough, by John Bogle. I ramdonly came across this small book of close to 200 pages which was lost and seemly … Continue reading
The open secret: I don’t need a job but I do want one. Knowing this fact gives a tremendous advantage to anyone looking into hiring me. You know that if you want me to do something that I don’t really … Continue reading
I was just watching this: Pacific Star 3 from Colin Rich on Vimeo. And as the saying goes, if they can do it… I can do it. Target: 2012 Let’s begin by thinking of a “spaceship” name… any ideas?
I’ve just finished the last touches on the improved parachuter, tanks, explosions and the zeppelin. I’ll release a beta for Android today and hopefully Apple will approve the final version 4.0 before the end of the week.
Today is a slow Sunday and since TV is not an option, I decided to do some nice explosions for the next version of the game.
I felt motivated today and I decided to give the blog a fresh new look. Let me know what you think. I’ve also included the possibility of adding comments. You can do it directly here or through Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn … Continue reading
It’s been more than a year since my last post in here. Oddly; I’ve been so busy that I was at awe when I checked the dates. What’s been going on? For one; I’ve recently graduated with an MBA from … Continue reading
I submitted our first iPhone game. A WWII airplane simulator that should be in the Apple Store here. I’ve put a video of the beta in here. Also the iPhone Financial Calculator has been downloaded more than 5,000 times and … Continue reading
Few times it happens that you are enjoying a book so much that you begin reading it slowly because you don’t want it to end. That was the case with The Snowball, Warren Buffett and the Business of Life. A … Continue reading
I hit two milestones today. The first, the iPhone Financial Calculator (video here) that I created less than a month ago, has been purchased over 1,000 times. I was very surprised and I had no idea there were so many … Continue reading
Matt, one of my closest friends, is as much of an excellent person as of an excellent writer. Today, I almost jumped out of my chair when I saw an article with his name in Yahoo Finance. His words: “I … Continue reading
My first public iPhone application. Just for fun. You can download it from Apple’s iTunes store here or watch it in action here
I’ve been courting Miss Hathaway for three years. We were introduced by a common friend and I developed an instant crush. I’m not sure her father would approve, but every few months I managed to get the guts to arrive … Continue reading
To all NYU Spain students/alumni, a call to join the NYU Spain group in facebook. I’ll keep you posted in events and meetings. Let your friends know and invite them to http://www.facebook.com/home.php#/group.php?gid=24520328783&ref=ts.
Investing is a peculiar beast: just as one can sin from overconfidence, one can also sin from the lack of. An investor has no guarantee that getting 10 calls right is not due to pure luck and when things go … Continue reading
My friend Kyle and I are going to spend the coming week in New Orleans helping out at a Habitat For Humanity project. If you would like to help out construct a house for a family in need, don’t hesitate … Continue reading
I ended up my “Credit Crunch” blog entry on Nov 05, 2007 like this: “If things get worse politicians will try to regulate this largely unregulated business, but for now, these are interesting times to be in the financial industry” and … Continue reading