December 30, 2012
Sorry to disappoint I’m not dead. Back from an un-intended break !
For almost a year I could not muster time to write one short blog !! I’m the best of all the worsts in time-management. Need anymore proof ?
Its not that I ignored this space completely, blogs were always on my mind, topics would pop-up and fade out. One thing I know for fact now is that blogs are best written when the topic is hot and fresh in mind. Pushing it to later squeezes the juice out of the matter and the motivation to write.
Thats not all, I’ve two blogs, its hard to decide where to post what. I’m more fond of my wordpress blog than the one on blogger. It takes me to my past, and makes me smile on how I used to be and what I’ve become 🙂 Not sure in a good or bad way.
Closing my blogger blog !
More coming your way here, get set !!
[image credits : 2leggedtripod]
August 4, 2010
Thunderstorm arrives, power outage! How do you occupy your time?
Writing, Reading, Hacking and Making Music: My Room
What a right time to ask this question !
At this point in time I’m pursuing multiple hobbies. Power-cut will not matter much. Following are the things that I could do
1. I could pick up a book and start reading.
2. Pick up the guitar and practice the two notes that I know as of today, A Major and E Major.
3. Probably put on my trunks and go for swimming.
4. Pickup my camera and start shooting, objects in different angles.
Worst case forget everything and enjoy a good nice sleep.
July 30, 2010
I came across this good post on tips for blogging.
These are simple points but I agree they have on impact on reader. There is one point I face as a blogger. Sometime I get into what I call Blogger’s block, where you cannot think of any topic to blog. I’m currently stuck in one such block. Every topic seems too naive to blog. Laziness also plays some part in this.
I plan to break this block by posting some of my travel experiences of last few months. Hopefully that will give my blogging another kickstart.
April 18, 2010
Following link points to an interesting illustration on the art of persuasion.
I’ve experienced this myself. Whenever there are multiple options and there is a lot of uncertainty, on what to do next ? or there are things that I would say NO to, because I am averse of doing it or consider that it is not possible for me, kinds. However once take a stand or make a commitment I tend to go ahead and do it which I earlier would not have done or have hesitated to agree.
Well !! not tried this funda on others. If I get an opportunity I probably can try it out.
However isn’t this manipulating the thoughts of the person to get our job, in a way that the other person gives consent for what we want?
January 26, 2010
Jyoti Basu: An Appraisal
Reading the above article makes me wonder, how well people remember every close miss, mistakes, follies one makes . With out giving credit to his contributions.
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I’m no great fan of CPI(M) or Jyoti Basu, however the way the article is written intrigues me. If Jyoti Basu knew he would be remembered this way (as described in the article), would he have served people for 23 years !! I seriously feel the man deserves more respect.
January 18, 2010
Avatar: The Plot, the Controversy, the Irony
Reading this post I just feel, that the thinking minds sometimes don’t see things at its face value. They possibly see things in a way that every action has a motive (covert or overt).
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By saying so, I’m not denying that James Cameroon might have taunted the big corporations and power-hungry countries through his movie Avatar. But then its a movie, James Cameroon has told a simple story in a superb fashion.
The controversy is the result over-analyzing a simple story-line. I’d say go enjoy Avatar as a movie not as a medium that is trying to prove a point.