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Today I read a rather interesting article on Yahoo about how the digital age has made a lot of our work less satisfying.  A lot of us do not see what we are producing since our products are less tangible.  For example, managers’ jobs usually consist of drawing up charts and scheduling meetings.  While in the past people made things like chairs and car parts.  The fact that a lot of our work these days are virtual and intangible makes it less meaningful to people.  This made me wonder, what makes my work meaningful?

So, let me explain a bit what I do on a daily basis.  I write scripts and programs that build and package lines of code into executable installers and installable packages.  When you buy a software program and insert a  CD into a computer usually an installer comes up, and well, I’m the the type of engineer that makes those CDs.  It is pretty tedious work, and the products are real, but intangible in the sense that I can’t really touch the program I compiled.  Though on most days I do find my job meaningful because the installers and builds I create are being used by people all over the world.  Sometimes it is hard to explain what I do to people who are not in software.  For example, my grandparents have no idea what I do, and I have no idea how to describe my job in Chinese.  So I just tell them I work with computers.

Before I became a release engineer I was a QA engineer for a couple years, and it is another fairly tedious job, but quite fun when you nail a nasty bug.  What is not fun is to do long performance tests without getting conclusive results.  I  really think that QA engineers are extremely important.   The problem is that QA engineers seem to be less respected for the most part in the software industry.  One time I had an interview where the interviewers were quite impressed with me, and then asked me why I became a QA engineer like it was a bad thing.  I was actually kind of offended and didn’t take their offer. So I think a job is also more meaningful when it is a respected profession.

Right now I find writing blog articles to be quite fun and meaningful, because I can read what I write, and thousands of other people read my thoughts everyday.  I wouldn’t really call it work because it is a hobby, but if I were given the opportunity to write full time I would totally do it.

That’s the end of my rant. What makes your work meaningful?

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I have been blogging for more than six months now, and it has been fun and educational. One thing that is clear to me is that it is very hard to actually make a living by blogging. Perhaps I am not trying very hard, but here is a summary of the things I am doing to make money by blogging and my results.

Google AdSense – This is the first thing I put onto this blog. I think most of the clicks come from people who find this site through Google. Basically, the random visitors give me my clicks. My regular visitors read this site with a feed and don’t see much of these ads. So far, Google AdSense makes up about 40% to 50% of my blog income.

BlogHerAds – These ads appear at the top of my page and on the right side. They are banner ads and I am paid for the ads from commercial companies. The ads you see for Kiva or Habitat for Humanity are free ads for charity. BlogHerAds takes 50% of the ad revenue so I have been getting $25 to $70 from them each month depending on how many visits I receive. Once again, feed readers don’t see these ads.

Kontera – I started to put Kontera links on this site since September. These are inline context links that aren’t on the feed. The payout is very small and I’m considering removing it all together, but they aren’t extremely annoying so they are still here. Once again, feed readers do not see these.

AdBrite – I took the ads off because they were clearly not recording the visits my site received. So now my account has $2.00 in it which I can’t withdraw. I don’t recommend AdBrite unless they fixed their system to accurately record visits.

Direct sales – So far I made one direct sale to Prosper.com. They contacted me and asked me if I would be interested in adding a referral button, and I said sure and they gave me a flat fee of $50.

– This is a relatively new venture and I just started blogging for them three weeks ago. Wise Bread is a FairBlog(tm), which means that they share 100% of the ad revenues an article receives with the article’s writer. This means that the Google adblocks on my articles have my AdSense code. So far, blogging for Wise Bread has been rewarding in that my articles are viewed by thousands of people a day sometimes and my Google AdSense revenues definitely went up. I’m not sure how much I would be paid from Wise Bread yet, but it is fun just to write for them.

Associated Content – I just started to submit some old blog posts to for upfront payment. So far Associated Content has been paying about $4.00 per article. This is not much at all, but the articles are non-exclusive since they’ve already been published here. I don’t lose anything by submitting the articles. One annoying thing about Associated Content is that it doesn’t seem to update very promptly. Even though I have four articles published it still says 2 items published, and it has been like that for days.

Amazon Associates – I have had the account for a very long time and I have had success with it in the past, but right now it’s more like a list of the games I own and doesn’t really generate revenue.

So what am I earning now? The grand total for January 2008 is $161. This is pretty laughable considering how much time I spend on blogging and works out to an hourly wage of about $1.50. However, this is a great improvement from July 2007, when I had absolutely nothing. My goal is really to just have enough blog income to cover rent, and hopefully I can achieve the goal this year. I know there are many things I can improve on this blog to monetize better, and I will just have to research all of my options. I will still have to continue writing quality articles that attract readers, and that is the most important thing.

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Apparently some of my friends and family were wondering where I was the past couple days. I was not online at all and my phone was out of reach. Well, I was actually at a company sponsored retreat for all of the engineering staff and it was absolutely awesome. We stayed at a camp ground in Pescadero called Costanoa and even though the surroundings were beautiful it was raining the entire time. However, all of our activities were indoors so it didn’t matter. One of my favorite professors from college came to our retreat and gave a week’s worth of lectures from his computer security class and I actually learned a lot. After dinner there were a myriad of fun activities including Scrabble, Belgian beer tasting, a poker tournament, and lots of arm wrestling. (I won the Scrabble and bested a Stanford grad and an MIT grad! Berkeley FTW in Scrabble!) The next day we had a security contest where we were all given an open source project to hack. My team didn’t win but it was still a lot of fun. Amidst all the fun our CTO gave a speech on the economy of all things, and I thought it is interesting enough to share.

Our CTO is a very smart guy that has been around the Valley for many many years (possibly longer than I’ve been alive). He said that he has been through many economic downturns and booms in this crazy place. As he tells it, when he attended college here the semiconductor industry was booming and highway 101 had traffic from 8am to 11pm. Then all those jobs were outsourced and the Valley was quiet once again. Then came the famous dot com bubble and bust. He recounted a conference he attended back in 2002 right after the burst. He and several other people were scheduled to speak to a room full of newly unemployed engineers. The first speaker was a recruiter, and he told the room full of people that there are absolutely no jobs, and advised people not to talk to him to look for positions because there is none. The second speaker was someone who was sort of an expert on real estate and basically told everyone that they will see a housing downturn and lose their homes. The third person was some sort of reporter and also said something depressing. Our CTO was last and he thought to himself, whatever I do I have to say something positive to this crowd of people. So he went up there and asked everyone, “How many of you are unemployed engineers?” Practically everyone raises their hands. Then he asks, “How many of you were doing mundane work like getting data from database and displaying it on a website and got paid obscene amounts of money for it?” A large percentage of the room raised hands. Then he says, “you know what, this is how you can fix our problem. I am sure there is someone smart enough in here to start something truly interesting, and all it takes is one of you to start a company that is amazing and not mundane and the rest of us can work for you.” Supposedly, that is the year our company grew from an idea to a band of the best engineers and researchers. Then he went on about topics such as the mortgage crisis and globalization, and here are my take aways from his talk:

buy discount cialis – I came back from the retreat and the stock market was going crazy because of the Fed’s extremely large interest rate cut and various economic problems. The CTO did say that this is going on because of a lot of fear. There is a lot people who are afraid of what is happening to the banks and what is happening to businesses, but in the end things will get better because of innovation and increased productivity. Most of the fear people have is because of uncertainty. There is no clear indicator that everything is alright so there is panic. The right thing to do is to be innovative and try to profit.

buy discount cialisThe CTO said that the best time to staff up a company and rent office space is in times of economic downturns. If a company has money, then they are getting a bargain because people are more willing to accept lower wages and commercial real estate rents drop drastically. So if you have cash during a downturn, then you are able to snatch up many bargains. As I wrote in a , I will be on the lookout for sales in stocks or real estate. buy discount cialis

buy discount cialisHe said that the world has been changed so much by technology that globalization is no longer an option. Every company and country needs to establish footholds globally to become big. Even though people are always complaining about immigrants in America and jobs being outsourced to India, these things are necessary and probably good for everyone in the long run.

buy discount cialisbuy discount cialisThe CTO asked if we were afraid that we would be outsourced, and only one person raised his hand. He thought that was a good sign because we are a great group of engineers. He further said that if you keep yourself at the top of the pack then you can demand to be paid well and you will not be outsourced. I think that is good advice because there is no need to sell yourself short and if you keep on improving yourself, you should be able to charge a higher price. buy discount cialis

buy discount cialisThis is  something the executive officers say at almost every speech they do. They always say that they hired people smarter than them to create a great company. I think it is great advice because I learn a lot from those who are smarter than me, and in turn I become smarter. There is also a chance that one of them will start a company one day that is the next Google or the next Microsoft and I can go along for the ride.

Anyway, I thought the CTO’s speech was very motivational and candid. I am sure he can make a living by hosting success seminars, but instead he does funny things like making movies and cheering us on. So once again, do not be afraid and do the best you can this year.

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Well, this morning my computer mysteriously shutdown and would not boot up again.  I will try to go home and fix it tonight but it may be that the CPU is dead.  I really hate hardware because once it’s dead it’s pretty much dead and I would need to buy a new part (bleh).  So there will probably not be much blogging until it is fixed.  So I’m here on my lunch hour and I am quickly dropping a couple links  to my articles this week on Wise Bread for your amusement:

-  This is a sequel to this article:   Just when you think it couldn’t get worse!

- This is a collection of the people who lied and defrauded the banks.  It’s pretty boring actually.

Anyway, hopefully I can fix my computer tonight.  I also wish I knew as much about cars as I do computers, because then I could save so much money by fixing my car, too.

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Today I was away at an all day company meeting.  The good thing about it is that there were a lot of food and drinks along the way, but the bad thing with these long meetings is that they are almost always quite sleep inducing and includes a lot of speakers and very little interactivity.  So here are some tips I have to make these meetings a little less painful.

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buy discount cialis -  I do this because it’s easier to be not noticed and it is easier to take a nap or play with something I brought.  Though, in smaller meetings this tactic doesn’t work very well.

buy discount cialis – Portable entertainment could consist of a novel, a portable gaming device, a computer, or a notebook.  In my previous company I was able to get through a good part of a Nintendo DS RPG through a three hour meeting where the executives repeated what they said in the previous meeting.  With a computer you can do a lot more things like emailing and instant messaging if there is internet. If there is no internet you can still blog offline.

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buy discount cialis – This is a no brainer, when you’re bored you tend to sleep, and sleeping is much more fun than a boring meeting because at least you can dream.  Just make sure you don’t snore very loudly and you don’t mind sleeping sitting up.

buy discount cialis– Today we had a lot of free beer and other drinks, and some people had backpacks.  They could have hauled a whole six pack of Guinness home.  In my first company a guy always had Tupperware for these events so he could bring food home. My supervisor in my last company would bring a shopping bag and put a whole food tray in it.

Anyway, don’t do any of these things if  you are actually a presenter at the meeting and have to sit somewhere near the front. If you are interested in the topic presented then the best option at these meeting is to listen, but if you are an engineer and they are commending the salesmen repeatedly and reading off the sales numbers by every region in the world, then it gets pretty darn boring!  Try these things at your own risk!

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