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PHD Regular Blah – the Nth installment

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Last few weeks at work have been really hectic and full of activity. I had to go to Bangalore 4 times for some workshops and project issues. I was also busy with my US visa processing formalities.

I am moving to US for a few months starting tonight. My wife will join me later during December. I am hoping to return to Chennai by next year, October types, but it could take longer.

So this is going to breathe a new life in to PHD, chronicles from another foreign land are going to be loaded here on regular basis along with all the usual tidbits of commentary on business and technology. I will write a detailed mail about my travel once I go there.

Btw, just in case you are wondering, I will be going to Columbus, Ohio.

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