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You are responsible for everything that happens in your life. Learn to accept total responsibility for your self. The following tips help "you" manage "you". Look at every new opportunity as an exciting and new-life experience. If you catch yourself worrying about an upcoming task, go ahead and do it now so it no longer is a distraction. Get into habit of finishing what you start. Give up "waiting time" forever. Have something with you at all times to work on. For example: plan from your day, work on a…read more
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Wikipedia is an amazing social creation I think. A large number of volunteers from across the world working together to collect such a huge amount of information! I have always Your click here They, or very. found it interesting to go into the history page and see how a page has evolved over a period of time – editions, corrections, vandalism and so on. I just came across this movie which amazingly portrays the making of a Wikipedia article. I don’t really know who made this movie (Jon Udell I…read more
Was surfing around and found few articles written by Srijith on Vedic Mathematics. I am linking them here. Even though this is from 2003, its as one can imagine a timeless concept! From what I see, lacking enough feedback – he stopped after a few posts. So if you guys like what you read, drop him a line and ask him to restart. We had a professor at my Engg. school who used to take classes on Vedic mathematics. It did help me quite a bit during the rat race…read more
Just read this at someone’s website Watch your thoughts – they become words. Watch your words – they become actions. Watch your action – they become habits. Watch your habits – they become character. Watch your character – It becomes your destiny.
I came across this story by John Walker, the founder of Autodesk (coinhabitant of Switzerland) – he is talking about overdose of idealism and quest for purity that very often ensnares the open source projects and often leads to their death. I personally think that Open Source is perhaps a good way for developing concepts but for application to real life situations – it has to be properly – for the lack of any other appropriate word coming to my mind – commercialised. Read on: Once upon a time, a…read more
As has become a habit these days, I was checking out the blog links from Manoj’s Melam page (check my links section). And that led me to this interesting site of Madhu Menon, who quit his job as a techie and started his own restaurant. Interesting story – but to be frank I have no clue how good his food creations are – have asked few of my Bangalore friends to check out and let me know. But his restaurant’s website – I found it very interesting – and perhaps…read more