Archives for July, 2008

How much will Batman earn?

Since I went to the Batman premiere a minute after midnight on the 18th of July I’ve been struggling with a thought of writing a post about the movie. I would definitely write a positive review. And since I’m not good at writing reviews and most of “The Dark Knight”‘s reviews are concluding that the movie is fantastic, why would I bother? So I came up with a different idea! I decided to predict how much money will the new movie earn.
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My awesome McDay

Ah, days like today are my favorite. Let me start with the minor news (that’s a description of a perfect day – were BIG news is actually just minor, because something amazing happened). I just received my Apple MacBook and today, on July 22nd I have became a member of the Apple community (yeah, yeah, I had and iPod and an iPhone, but that’s not the same). I will definitely write something about my position in the everlasting Windows vs Mac war, let me just test it for a couple of weeks. It feels really good to have a Mac, but to be honest I still haven’t turned my computer on, because I’m more pumped up with the major news.

A year ago, when I was interning at Senator Chuck Hagel’s Office in Washington, DC, I had my little plan. Read more… »

It’s been a while since I last wrote. The webpage was a down for some time, I had small IT problems which I was fortunate to resolve quite fast. So… What’s been happening during this crazy week?

It was crazy. I went to a Red Sox game at Fenway Park – they played with Minnesota Twins and won, if I remember well, 5-4. A very good match, especially in the last three innings. I believe I’m falling in love with baseball… I recently bought a 12″ mitt, now I’m waiting to play catch with someone. Soccer? Give me a break, baseball rocks.
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“Saddam Hussein must not be allowed to threaten his neighbors or the world with nuclear arms, poison gas, or biological weapons. (…) The best way to end that threat once and for all is with a new Iraqi government – a government ready to live in peace with its neighbors, a government that respects the rights of its people.”

As I was walking down Boston and passing one of the cafeterias I saw one guy working on his computer. It’s fashionable recently to put stickers on your computer and that’s exactly what that guy did. His sticker read “Impeach Bush and Cheney”. I felt very bad about what I read and I think words like that are not helping America in its current position. What’s more I think that it would be a very, very destructive act to do what was written on that man’s laptop sticker.
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Nike+ Human Race

So… As many of you know I became a fan of running – quite recently to be honest. I’m usually running with the Nike+ system, which I found incredibly motivating. Recently, Nike came up with an idea of gathering one million people around the world for a global race. They called the “Nike+ Human Race” and it’s held in 25 countries around the globe – including Warsaw, New York, San Francisco, London, Paris, Shanghai, Singapore, Vancouver and more.
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Beginning February 2011 I have started a new job at Google in its EU HQ in Dublin, Ireland. I will be responsible for AdWords-related issues for the UK / Ireland market.

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