Article: Why I don’t own a mobile phone (Writing about writing)

Stumbled across this blog post about not owning a mobile phone. Must say it’s really an interesting read. It’s actually from the owner of Silverfish Books. I hope this clarifies the question once and for all, though it probably will not. I’m the one without the mobile phone, but my friends, for some reason, are the ones who feel the pain. Some have been on a virtual crusade, with the (…) Read more


Best Advice I Ever Got: Rameet Chawla | Inc.com

Rameet Chawla took a detour from the banking world to launch Fueled, a mobile development company that’s since grown to 70 employees, two locations and a shared working space. He shares the three lessons that made it possible. Improve sales, hire one senior person rather than two junior people, and exercise patience when hiring. Five years ago, I made the jump from banking to tech. While I kept my tailored (…) Read more


I am Malala

My copy has finally arrived. Can’t wait to start reading it tonight. Apparently the Taliban has sent warning to shops selling the book. Talking to this correspondent on phone on Thursday, TTP spokesman Shahidullah Shahid said they knew that Malala would get awards from the enemies of Islam. “Malala abandoned Islam for secularism for which she is being given awards,” he said, adding that the media and the international community (…) Read more

Asperatus formation, Canterbury, New Zealand

20 Amazing Cloud Formations

Clouds are formed in the Earth’s atmosphere when water evaporates into vapor from oceans, lakes, ponds, and even streams and rivers; and by evaporation or transpiration over moist areas of Earth’s land surface. The vapor rises up into colder areas of the atmosphere due to convective, orographic, or frontal lifting. Check out this link 20 Amazing Cloud Formations.


You’re a stay-at-home mom? What do you DO all day?

I recently stumbled upon this article by Matt Walsh. I think everyone should read this. Even I’m at times guilty of this. Underestimating the role mothers play in the upbringing of children and more importantly take for granted the sacrifices they make taking care of our children 24/7 whilst we make pale comparisons to our daily work in the office. One think I would like to tell my wife Zeenee (…) Read more


The Mind-blowing Strandbeest of Theo Jansen

I stumbled across this amazing invention by Theo Jansen called the Strandbeest.  (Dutch: strand=beach; beest=beast). In 1990, he began what he is known for today: building large mechanisms out of PVC that are able to move on their own, known as Strandbeest. His animated works are a fusion of art and engineering. Constructed as intricate assemblages of piping, wood, and wing-like sails, Jansen’s creations are constantly being improved and have become excellently (…) Read more

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Khan Academy’s New Entrepreneurship Interview Series

Ever wonder how Richard Branson got started? Turns out he used the profits from his student magazine to fund an unknown rock ‘n’ roll album! This is just one interview of many from the new Khan Academy entrepreneurship interview series produced by the Kauffman Foundation. The new tutorial includes twenty-two videos and features a range of tips, anecdotes, and personal characteristics from twelve entrepreneurs. Check out the video here:

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