Why are things colored? There are three causes. Repeated over and over, in innumerable variety, they create our colorful world. Light is made in the yellow glow of a candle light. Light is lost when sunlight filters through stained glass. Light is moved when the sky turns crimson during sunset. Read more …
Taken on a recent road trip through the Indian National Highways!
A good description of various tools available in Windows 2000 at The PC Mechanic.
Information you have always wanted to know but did not know where to look! The Bangalore FAQ. (To download this PDF document, right click the link and select “Save Target As…”)
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Found this “Digital Handycam with Flash” up for sale at Sify.com. Looks pretty strange eh?
E-Mail spam is hard enough to deal with. Good filtering software can keep it under control to some extent. But, what if the same thing happens over a cellular connection? How do you control that? How do you judge an incoming number to be good or bad? Today morning within a span of two hours […]
What’s Scarier? (A) Climbing Denali (B) Blasting Into Space David Roberts talks to the one man who knows for certain: John Grunsfeld. K2 at 50: The Bitter Legacy This year marks the 50th anniversary of the first ascent of K2, arguably the deadliest mountain on Earth. In Italy, the half-century-old triumph of the countrymen who […]
A mind blowing archive of pictures dating all the way back to 1995, at the NASA Picture Archive. Each day a different image or photograph of our fascinating universe is featured, along with a brief explanation written by a professional astronomer. My favorite picture, a panaromic view from the top of Mount Everest.
I received a call, a few minutes back, from a lady (let’s call her Ms. ICICI) working at ICICI Bank. The conversation went like this: Ms. ICICI: Hello, am I speaking with Mr. Vinay. Myself: Yes you are! Ms. ICICI: Good Afternoon, Sir. I am calling from ICICI Bank. Do you have a credit card […]
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Vijaya Bank in association with the Reserve Bank of India will conduct a ‘cut and soiled note mela’ at their Trinity Circle Branch on MG Road from March 07. The public are requested to avail of the opportunity to get their cut and soiled currency notes exchanged between 10:30 and 16:00. Source: City Express, 09 […]
Hardly a day goes by without one coming across an article (be it online or print) on the India vs China growth phenomenon. The Western media seems to take great delight in comparing the two nations, with the Indian media reproducing the facts and figures blindly and with equal delight. A few observations: China always […]
It’s true. Today, the Opera 7.54 web browser did something that MS IE 6.0 and Mozilla FireFox 1.0 could not. Since yesterday, I have been trying to access the services on ICICIDirect.com, a secure trading site that runs on ASP. IE and FF literally had me balding in frustration. For some honestly obscure reason, the […]
URL Spoofing dissected: March 2005 edition of Karen’s newsletter Links that lie – Michael Horowitz
BusinessWeek Online has a good selection of newsletters. I have been a subscriber to their MBA Express newsletter for quite some time and I must say the content is pretty decent. The caveat: You need to enter your e-mail address, then click a button labeled “Click Here for Newsletter Choices” and ultimately make your choice(s). […]
Thanks to Sandeep, I have decided to create another blog dedicated to Bangalore. Just finished setting it up. Need to work on the layout and content now.