Dear readers, An Unquiet Mind is growing up. It is no longer an adolescent that has to live under the auspices of WordPress.com. It is now getting its own home on the web. I cannot disable comments on this blog so please do not take the pains to comment here anymore. I am trying my
Take a look at these numbers: This is my 267th post. There are 2962 authentic comments on this blog. My posts have 203 tags in 39 categories. Total views crossed 100K quite a while back. These numbers usually don’t mean much to me. But I always use a trick while climbing a mountain. When I
Friends, thank you for visiting my blog and for your comments. I met with an unfortunate accident end of last week, and hence will be out of action for a couple of weeks. Nothing serious, but I need to rest and recover. Thanks for visiting. I will be back soon.
After months of sitting on my computer on a backless settee, I began to realize that my back has a spinal cord, and that it's made up of individual vertebrae. But that's not what this is about. While my new chair does indeed improve my posture, this is a new posturing using Posterous.com. I am
A few weeks back, HyperActiveX asked me something on Twitter. “What is your data flow? Have you mapped it yet?” or something to that effect. This had been on my mind for quite a few months and I always pushed it to the back burner. Quadrant I vs. Quadrant II. The usual story. But his
Many folks asked me for an update on Pune’s Blog Camp, after the previous photo-post. How was the experience? Was it worth it? Who was there? Not being diplomatic, I can say that the experience was an interesting one for me, with positives and negatives. I had never been to any blog camp, bar camp,
A few weeks back, when I realized that the world’s largest automaker was heading towards bankruptcy, I did a nostalgic photo-post of General Motors World Headquarters at the Renaissance Center and Detroit. This week, Six Flags, one of the world’s largest amusement park company in the world announced that it is filing for bankruptcy. It