Saturday, December 30, 2006

Moved back

Now moved back again to blogger. Lost some comments - all of them, actually. But this seems to be easier to manage, and I seem to be having more time to write... How could that be?

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Saturday, December 23, 2006

Business Week's top MBA programs

The 2006 BW ranking is out some time ago - I was just told by my former classmate. Duke is back to top 10! :)

Here are the top 30 in the U.S.

1 University of Chicago

2 University of Pennsylvania (Wharton)

3 Northwestern University (Kellogg)

4 Harvard University

5 University of Michigan (Ross)

6 Stanford University

7 MIT (Sloan)

8 UC Berkeley (Haas)

9 Duke University (Fuqua)

10 Columbia University

11 Dartmouth (Tuck)

12 UCLA (Anderson)

13 Cornell University (Johnson)

14 NYU (Stern)

15 University of Virginia (Darden)

16 Carnegie Mellon (Tepper)

17 UNC - Chapel Hill (Kenan-Flagler)

18 Indiana University (Kelley)

19 Yale University

20 Texas - Austin

21 University of Southern California (Marshall)

22 Georgetown University (McDonough)

23 Emory University (Goizueta)

24 Purdue University (Krannert)

25 University of Maryland (Smith)

26 University of Notre Dame (Mendoza)

27 Washington University (Olin)

28 Rochester (Simon)

29 Michigan State University (Broad)

30 Vanderbilt University (Owen)

... and top 10 non-U.S.

1 Queens University

2 Western Ontario (Ivey)

3 Toronto (Rotman)


5 London Business School




9 York (Schulich)

10 HEC - Montreal

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Saturday, December 16, 2006


There are many Yahoo! fantasy footballers with "[TT]" in their team names, including some of the best teams (i.e. top 50). Well, TT stands for Team Talk. It's a website forum where "experts" in fantasy football share their opinions. The rest, like me, would just try to digest these opinions and get the best out of it.

Teamtalk was created with the intention of providing a comfortable place for people with a common interest in Fantasy Football, Primarily (but not exclusively) Yahoo Fantasy Football and Football itself to meet, exchange ideas, share information and enjoy each other's company.

It has two types of memberships: regular and Elite. As an Elite member (which I'm not), you can get the access to the TT Elite forum, estimate team points using BBC stats, plan ahead with access to simple YFF schedules, and many more.

The rest of the forums are pretty similar to what people throw in YFF, except TT manages the forum much better. This includes fixture information, team news, suspensions & injuries, etc.

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Wednesday, December 13, 2006

Busy Indonesia

What a busy few weeks has it been in Indonesia. First there is AA Gym, a famous religious leader who ate his own words and married his second wife. Well, he just got more famous, especially among the husbands.

Then Yahya Zaini and Maria Eva. The earlier one is the head of the biggest political party's religious affair committee. The latter one is simply a bitch, who sings, fucks, and holds evidence, such as movies from cell phone camera, for ransom.

Earlier, it was the kid who died of, presumably, some wrestling actions. Smackdown, or smekdon, as people call it.

And even earlier than that (I can't remember more than this), was Bush's visit. Yes, that freakin' arrogant Dubya. It took billions of rupiah for the Indonesian government to prepare for his visit - safety, traffic detour, and thousands of policemen.

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