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My trip to Maldives…, [travelogue + bonus Excel tip]

Published on Feb 4, 2011 in Learn Excel, personal, travels
My trip to Maldives…, [travelogue + bonus Excel tip]

Sometime in November, I got an interesting E-mail from a gentleman named Guru. The title said “Excel Workshop in Maldives”. In the email, Guru introduced himself and asked me if I can come to Maldives to conduct few Excel workshops for companies and individuals.

I usually neglect such mails as many times the actual training (or big consulting assignment etc.) will not happen. So I replied to him giving my number and asked him to call me. I was surprised to receive his call. After talking awhile, it was clear that Guru is tenacious and would not take No for an answer.

So we set things in motion and thanks to Guru’s perseverance, I ended up boarding a flight to Male on 22nd of January. This is a story of what happened next…,

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Excel Links of the Week – The Mt. Rainier edition

Published on Oct 13, 2008 in excel links
Excel Links of the Week – The Mt. Rainier edition

We drove down to one of the Washington’s best attractions. The Mt. Rainier National Park. It is one of the best natural attractions I have ever seen. The mountain, the greenery and the drive are totally awesome. The mountain looked breathtakingly beautiful and the whole park looked awesome with fall colors. Do visit Mt. Rainier […]

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Visualizations at Seattle Public Library – What Community is Reading?

Visualizations at Seattle Public Library – What Community is Reading?

Seattle Public Library’s Central branch not only boasts unique architecture but also world class visualizations of library data. On the level 5 of the building they have six large LCD display screens dedicated to provide visualizations of data like what people are reading, which books are checked out in the last hour etc. See them […]

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Photographic Fridays #11 – It stretches all the way you can see

Published on Aug 29, 2008 in america, photographic fridays, travels
Photographic Fridays #11 – It stretches all the way you can see

Took this near Niagara falls, NY. The falls are divided between US and Canada. You need a Canadian visa (US visa) if you want to see the water falls from both sides. Of course, water doesn’t need a passport to flow. Browse other.

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Photographic Fridays #4 – Fireworks

Published on Jul 11, 2008 in personal, photographic fridays, travels

What does your sky look like?, originally uploaded by Chandoo. We went to a near by amusement park for the July 4th weekend. Even though it was raining they had a decent turnout and we enjoyed alot going on the rides, playing with water, watching the parades and finally the fireworks. I tried capturing many […]

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Road Rage on Memorial weekend

Published on May 23, 2008 in america, Humor, personal, travels

We are going to big apple on this weekend, its going to be a really long drive, almost 1000 miles both ways put together, I will see if I can post something while resting, but don’t hope to see anything here for the next 3 days. You have an excellent weekend, drive carefully – more […]

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Shootout @ Hocking hills state park

Published on May 12, 2008 in america, personal, pics, travels

We went to Hocking hills state park during the weekend, hiked a few miles, had tons of fun watching waterfalls, caves, cliffs, rare plants and infinite greenery. The trip has been thoroughly grinding with almost every place looking spectacular and lengthy. We couldn’t really visit all the attractions as both of us were feeling totally […]

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