Look back at RG.org in 2005

Ok – absolutely everyone seems to be doing this, and I’m not going to be left behind! So here’s a look back at the major posts on RG.org/blog over the last 12 months. It’s also a second look at what a roller-coaster ride 2005 has been, and a wonderful way of reviewing how my interests have changed over the past year. So without much further ado, presenting

RG.org in 2005!

February:

May:
April was the month I presented a paper that Pallavi and I wrote, at IBM’s T. J. Watson Research Center. While on that trip, I was bitten – hard – by the writing bug, and consequently came up with a nifty travellogue. Here it is:

In addition, here’s the Flickr photo set from the trip.

June:

July:
IBM’s Services Business re-organisation – and related thoughts.

August:
In late July, I delivered a talk at IBM’s ExtremeBlue Expo in Bangalore – I was the Lead Technical mentor for an ExtremeBlue SpeedTeam over the summer, and we came up with a great product!
Bangalore Musings
IBM’s India Software Labs organised, as part of a larger event, a science-fiction story-writing competition, and one of my little tales won the first prize! Here are my two entries:
The Brainwave
Lotus MindNotes (the prize-winning entry)

September:

I finally made it to the print medium! My take on Google’s intermediate-term product strategy, was published in the September 26 issue of BusinessWorld India: Winning Where Netscape Failed.

October:

November:
Mumbai’s Amazing Dabbawalas.

December:

When the state is in the business of running business.
Dada Makes it to Parliament and Other Stories.
Photologue of a drive to South Mumbai.

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