Monthly Archives: August 2005

The Lotus Notes Formula Language

A month ago, I mentioned that I had become a huge fan of IBM’s Lotus Notes, which we use all the time for absolutely everything at IBM. If I could run ssh sessions from within Notes, I’d use it for … Continue reading

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Arvind Thiagarajan – a most interesting tale!

Rediff.com has an interesting article about Arvind Thiagarajan, a 25-year-old Indian entrepreneur who, having come up with a revolutionary (I know that word is overused, but really!) technique for lossless data compression, went on to found MatrixView, a company “specializing … Continue reading

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Sci-Fi Story I – The Brainwave

I wrote two little tales sometime in the past week, as part of a fun event that India Software Labs Pune organized, as part of the Science-Fiction story-writing competition. Now that the event is all over and done with, I … Continue reading

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Sci-Fi Story II – Lotus MindNotes!

Srikanth Dev looked at the vast gathering of people in front of him. It was in this huge hall in the Leela in Mumbai, that the launch of IBM’s most revolutionary product yet, was being held. Perhaps the most revolutionary … Continue reading

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Suggested reading: The Economist

I’ve probably mentioned the online edition of The Economist sometime back. Well, I’ve become a regular reader since, and I strongly recommend it to all of you. Current affairs, Business, Strategy, Technology and even Politics, all on one site. I’d … Continue reading

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Bangalore Musings

Dear readers, I was in Bangalore from the afternoon of the 28th to the morning of the 30th, of July. I’ve done a bit of travelling over this time, and here are some of my general observations. Again, photos of … Continue reading

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