Monthly Archives: December 2007

Job Opening

Anyone out there with 0-2 years of experience, possessing a flair for the online world with an understanding of the technology (HTML and the works) that goes into running it and an ability to express oneself eloquently via the written … Continue reading

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Cutting the Chai Calendar 2008

The 2007 Cutting the Chai calendar has been downloaded 266 times. Given the fact that it was a late release (May 2007), the numbers were encouraging enough for me to work on the 2008 calendar and release it well in … Continue reading

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KS Roleplay Ads

First Pooja Bedi disarrayed a chessboard and had a steamy shower with Marc Robinson, then Miss Mauritius 1993 Viveka Babajee and Inder Sudan let their passions wild beneath a waterfall. Then came the double meaning ads – “So… what are … Continue reading

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Shock Value Advertising

Internationally, United Colors of Benetton has become synonymous with shock advertising. Indian advertising may be provocative at times, but it is rarely shocking (the Centre Shock ads don’t count). But then it is not an altogether unknown genre here. Here … Continue reading

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Catches in Vodafone’s Call Filter

I saw the hoarding last night while returning home from work. They also seem to have the ads on TV, but I hardly watch television nowadays. Though the idea, of Vodafone’s Call Filter service, sounds appealing, it has two clauses … Continue reading

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The First Ever Dot Com

TheLongestListOfTheLongestStuffAtTheLongestDomainNameAtLongLast.com (Now that’s a loooooong domain name) has put up a list of the first ever dot coms to be registered. …the first .com which was registered on March 15 1985 and it was symbolics.com which still happens to be … Continue reading

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Introducing ChaiTV

There are many who visit this blog only for the videos and are not interested in the letters I attempt to conjure up as words. To make their experience more worth the while and also to provide a value addition … Continue reading

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