Monthly Archives: November 2006

Two Gaffes and an Improbability

I am dying, choking, sputtering as I write this. I must get this out. So here goes, wheee! Two most ridiculous things that happened in the rarified echelons of power recently. Well, people in rarified atmospheres do commit gaffes because … Continue reading

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TechGoss.com

Here’s a site (Link to TechGoss.com ) for BPO/KPO/ITES worms such as yours truly. The articles seem prosaic. But this article on bloggers making $ 30,000 to $ 40,000 from Google adsense had me sitting up and taking note. I am … Continue reading

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We’re all Indians now | Magazine | The Observer

Read this, um, perceptive article (Link to We’re all Indians now | Magazine | The Observer) in the Guardian by Sidhartha Deb, full of delightful statistics comparing  India to China. Siddhartha Deb, born in 1970 in northeastern India, has worked … Continue reading

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Mundu-wearers in the Capital

Now that AK Antony is defense minister of India, it reminds me of the time another mundu-wearer was the defense minister – VK Krishna Menon. I am a ardent fan of VKKM and had during my college days participated in … Continue reading

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Mack English

My post on Mack English is drawing rave comments on Caferati. Do take a look and comment, if it inspires you. No offense to any one, or any community, as I am a humble Mack English speaker myself, men.

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Commuting Blues, and Reds, and Greens…

Today was bad. I mean the commuting. To begin with the basics. I was commuting by train only three years back to Victoria Terminus and to my office in Colaba. Those days the first class compartment used to be a … Continue reading

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iPod nano

Always been a great sucker for gadgets, so, hm, here’s a quick review of the iPod nano. The iPod nano has replaced the iPod shuffle for audio listening, it’s tiny, the screen is great, it has all the things one would … Continue reading

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