Monthly Archives: October 2006

Qualities of a Nice Girl

Said yes to a friend for bargain shopping company. She wanted to drag me all the way to the southern fringe of the city to Mahipalpur – Delhi’s famous factory outlet and second shop area. “It’s too far off,” thought … Continue reading

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Thousand Pictures in One

Learnt about this via Amit’s post. Always envied the collage/mosaic artists and wanted to do something similar. Never did. The closest I came to making a collage of sorts was when I was asked to design the template for a … Continue reading

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It’s Raining Radio

On the first look this morning’s Hindustan Times and Hindustan looked like they had some fonts missing on their front pages. A closer look brought a resemblance to musical notes. It was an ad for the launch of HT Media … Continue reading

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The Original Superhero – Supremo

Kkrish had been touted as the first Indian superhero and Hrithik Roshan donned the mask (I’m yet to watch the movie, but am in no hurry). On the silver screen, maybe. On television there was the crappy Shaktiman (looked more … Continue reading

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Isspecial Cutting Chai – October 2006

Shivam happens to be the first regular blogger that I met in flesh and blood (other than the people that I already knew from my pre-blogging days), that too after more than a year of blogging. The activism within him … Continue reading

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The Cat Loves Milk with Cream

The elected representatives have repeatedly disgraced our democracy; the occasional dignity which the judiciary attempts to inculcate is looked upon as an infringement on the terrain of the legislature and there is a flutter of political activity to put things … Continue reading

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Rediscovering the Fox

Firefox 2 is here and so was Internet Explorer 7. Need I say who is going to emerge the winner in this battle of the browsers? Microsoft implicitly accepts that the previous versions of IE were neither easy nor secure. … Continue reading

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