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I have come to a stage in blogging with such a long break since my last post that it feels like the decade, since I started, had never happened. So this may read/sound quite meta. One thing that really hinders me with getting back into the writing habit is the really-tough-to-type-on old laptop keyboard. Really […]


I live…Again

06Sep13

that’s the blog speaking more literally than me. finally a happy turn’s come in my life and i want to get back to talking to my old friends…people who always care (but are lazy to get off facebook), starting with this blog. many months and many unfinished drafts went by. it’s hard to ignore all […]


I-rix 2011, the inter-collegiate tech fest, hosted by SPCC (Chowgule’s College) for first time was, as far as I see it, a fantastic first attempt in, what I know of as, a relatively short time. Thanks to @geekblues (blog) I got a spontaneous offer to judge the blog competition. I accepted it after much nakhrebaazi […]


Image via Flickr There has been fabmall (where I bought my first motorola c300 from rather) and there is amazon (that is not enter(tain)ing India as a market). There have been so many bookstalls all over the offline world. Honestly however, I’ve never been inclined to read too much. You might recall CPA as a […]


I’ve been trying so hard all day to think of a topic to write about that’s relevant as of now (the June theme of NaBloPoMo), but currently so less is happening in life, that I keep on going back to past to come up with topics. Also majorly since I’m trying to avoid about stuff […]


Image via Wikipedia This is inspired by a writing prompt on nablopomo.com which is of course also the reason this post is getting published today. The idea is to write about what I’d do if I got a million dollars and I was not allowed to keep it or gift it to anybody I personally […]


This is the concluding part of “Stealing vs Inspiration”. Read the first part here. Role of Technology Technology like the internet has connected the world in general and artists in particular in ways unimaginable before (for the common artist). Artistes, who’s works are copied or derived from, have equally easier ways of being aware of […]