All articles with 'amazing' Tag

Mera Jahan

Published on Jan 10, 2008 in ideas, Movies-Books

I am addicted to Mera Jahan – Tare Zameen Par, listen to it if you haven’t [lyrics here]. What thoughtful lyrics, I felt like someone cleaned my thoughts and soul as I listened to the song. It reminds me of the wall experience of the campus days. Let Me In Without A Shout Le Me […]

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Lessons from music industry

Published on Jan 9, 2008 in business, ideas, media

Stop reading this post and go read Seth’s excellent post on Music Industry, actually the post is so universal in nature, it doesnt matter if you are a hotshot MBA with I have figured it all out attitude or super brilliant engineer with Ruby is not going to die complex. It doesnt even matter if […]

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Normal is Boring : Having fun in whatever you do

Published on Jan 3, 2008 in business, ideas

I was uploading some of the pics to flickr, which btw is an amazing site for managing and sharing photos online, and came across this little button on the top-right corner of the photo which can be used to edit photos. Out of curiosity I clicked on it and it took me to picnik image […]

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Moved to WordPress from Blogger

Published on Dec 23, 2007 in blogging, hacks, technology

4 days of Christmas break without a thing to do. The first thing that came to my mind is to revamp my blog. I have been thinking of upgrading the blog (yes, thats right, upgrading) to wordpress from blogger for a while now. Since my blog is hosted on another site through ftp, there is […]

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10 good things about Seoul

Published on Jan 5, 2007 in Seoul

My stay here is coming to an end in the weekend. I would be back in Chennai to read Metroplus with a sip of strong decoction coffee on Monday morning. Aah, the joys of coffee and news. Even though I am not here as a tourist I could see quite a few places and interact […]

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I love missing the last bus to office

Published on Dec 9, 2006 in Seoul

I love my Sony Ericsson walkman phone. Ever since it entered my life most of the boring situations have become interesting. Being a new recruit in office meant having to eat my lunch alone, not any more ever since I got the phone. I could play “Aahista Aahista” from Swades by ARR or “Summer – […]

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PHD’s regular blah #3

Published on Dec 4, 2006 in Random

“Hold on, hold on” the conductor shouted, “Nimmakuru yevarandi?” (who will be getting down at Nimmakuru?), he banged the door with the punching tool in his hand. The red bus came to a halt and we got down. I was clutching my granny’s hand tightly. She put her hand around my shoulder, I could hear […]

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Seoul First Impressions

Published on Nov 27, 2006 in Seoul

Its been a couple of days since I have arrived here. Some of the first impressions about the city. The trees here are amazing. They change colours every season. Now most of them are yellow and leaves are falling. The kind of leaves you would have seen in Mohabbatein and wondered where on the earth […]

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Supply Creates Demand

Published on Nov 23, 2006 in Random

The things I love about Chennai are many, filter coffee, trees, relaxed pace of life, amazing food, culture to name a few. But one of the important reasons is Landmark Bookstores. During my second week in Chennai, Ashwin, one of my b-school classmates introduced me to Landmark. We went to the store located in the […]

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Now Adsense in Hindi

Published on Jul 19, 2006 in Random

PS: Click on the image for a bigger version This is amazing. Adsense now comes with hindi ads as well. Noticed it for the first time in CNN-IBN site today. Since their search is available in local languages, adsense in regional lingo would be a killer business application.

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Focus on Details = Satisfied Customers

Published on May 5, 2006 in Random

It is amazing how attention to smaller details can change the face of a service organization. There are several things that are done just the way they are since they were first done. Ok, thats a complex statement, for example, when you go to a website and it has some data/animation to load, all you […]

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10 things that I cherish about 2005

Published on Jan 3, 2006 in Random

Let me warn you, this is not a tag post. Now that you are relaxing let me take you through some of the most memorable things about 2005. The year started with a weeklong wonderful time spent with my fiancee. Its one of the best vacations we ever had. I got my Canon A75 Powershot. […]

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Know your internship insideout

Published on Jun 21, 2005 in Random

Note: This post has a face value of ZERO. Come April and 99.999% of India’s total population’s sole concern is the summer heat. The rest 0.001% is profoundly worried about a strange exercise called summer internship. Once upon a time some body will say, “it is the minority which define the majority”. So lets talk […]

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atTAG of the clones!

Published on Jun 20, 2005 in Random

Well, It seems that the blogging community is infected by the tag virus oflate. The result of book meme tag virus is simple. A cross section of blogs look similar with posts on the same theme and thus ruining the purpose of blogging, that is, I believe expressing ones own views. But since its a […]

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Its raining baby…

Published on Jun 17, 2005 in Random

This place becomes a visual treat when it rains. Since campus is located on a hillock and surrounded by a plateau I can see miles in any direction when I am on a terrace. It looks amazingly beautiful during the rainy season. Weather becomes so pleasent that you feel like bunking classes and sleeping in […]

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