Kezmo, on premises enterprise chat

In another rambling of mine, I want to let you know that I belong to the team that has just released Kezmo, an enterprise chat and team collaboration tool.

It's an alternative to Slack, but Kezmo already integrates task management capabilities without the need to implement any connector at tall.

It's also internationalized, which is good for teams that do not speak english (as most of the world's population), which helps with adoption by foreign teams.

It can be used either from the cloud, or it can be installed on premises. On premises installation is particularly good for organizations concerned about security. Typically government, health, finance industries among others.

Please try it and let me know what you think!

Make money online - My September earnings 2007

The total blogging income for the month of september was:

AdSense: US$53,76
Text Link Ads: US$0

On the bright side, I haven't invested any time to increase this figures, this's been totally passive income, which is great.

NYSE:FXI the xinhua report

Finally after 25 days I sold my shares, and made a 13.98% overall profit. I entered at 147.34, and left at 172.17, not bad for a complete rookie.

Some say this is a bubble which will burst anytime, others that we are only seeing the rise of china, and this is a one in a lifetime opportunity. What do you think?

It´s funny because no matter what you do, you can always back it up with some experts opinion, and at the end of the day you move based on what your guts tell you to do.

I only hope tomorrow falls, so I can pick it up cheaper.

Make Money Online - My August 2007 AdSense Earnings

I'm not really doing much to increase my earnings online. I've been more focused on my day job, and other activities, but still I love the passive income aspect of making money online.

The figures for august were the following:

  • AdSense: US$52.86
  • TLA: US$0

Any tips to make this number increase ten times?

It´s official, I´m trading...ETF FXI

I´ve followed one of my friend´s advice, and I bought some stocks, actually they are ETF, that follow the chinese market. The fund is called iShares FTSE/Xinhua China 25 Index (ETF). My rationale was this: China market is on the rise, and will be for a number of years to come, and the progression so far of this fund is just awesome.


I´m a complete newbie on this field, but there has to be a beginning to everything, right? So that you know, my expectancies are around 30% a year. What do you say? Will it make it? Any tip to share?