Monthly Archives: July 2005

Bangalore Photos up on flickr!

I’m attending IBM’s ExtremeBlue Expo at their Bangalore Centre! :-) You see, I mentored a couple of teams from IIT Kanpur, Roorkee and IT-BHU over the summer. This is the culmination of their tenure here – the ExtremeBlue Expo. I … Continue reading

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How the Mumbaikar survived!

Rediff.com has done a splendid job asking readers to send in their experiences on how they coped with the rain on Torrential Tuesday. There are some heartwarming, some heartrending tales from the average Mumbaikar, but two things stand out. One: … Continue reading

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The Indian petroleum pricing mess!

The more things change, the more they remain the same. Here are two articles from rediff.com, well over two years apart. Much water has flown under the bridge since April 2003 and July 2005. The world has changed, and so … Continue reading

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Google Moon! What next?

http://moon.google.com Wow. Words fail me. What can’t these guys come up with?

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The General Password Licence

From a poll on Slashdot about the best way to remember multiple passwords: “Man, why is it that when it comes to passwords people go all closed source! I thought this is slashdot, home of open source supporters! It’s time … Continue reading

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

Yahoo! News reports a major restructuring at IBM Global Services. The overwhelming message that IBM is sending out over the past quarter (perhaps longer) is that it is no longer “just a products company”. IBM views the service business – … Continue reading

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The News & Blogs Account Type in Mozilla Thunderbird

Having raved before about Sage, the RSS Feed Aggregator extension for Firefox, I have now discovered something better – the News and Blogs account type within Mozilla Thunderbird! I’ve just begun to use Thunderbird for my Gmail and RahulGaitonde.org accounts … Continue reading

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