Me , myself and industry

Saturday, February 19, 2005

tired waiting for the PM , and getting used to the red tappism in this new office...
got the new machine for the forth coming project ;)
ha ha , got boxes with P3, 20 GB HDD and 128 MB RAM.. damn , have to fight it out .. wrote back to all about the HW status..

okie back to reading of the baghdad blog ! *s*

tomorrow , have plans to watch Black

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from Baghdad

The West won the world not by the superiority of its ideas or
values or religion but rather by its superiority in applying organized
violence. Westerners often forget this fact, non-Westerners never do.

Samuel P. Huntington
worth a read by Salam Pax

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LOD - Laugh Of the Day

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embarassing moments


it was was a lonely day yesterday and while on my way home, was thinking about the plans for the next day. Yeah , thats when a female co-collegue (whom I donot knw) came and sat besides me.
the journey is quite tiresome , lucky that Patni has provided us with Buses.

the funny part, its natural to fall asleep after a long tiring day..
while on the high way suddenly felt someone sleeping on my shoulders.
firstly thought I might be dreaming, then it came to my notice, that the lady who was sitting besides me , was fast asleep , resting her head on my shoulders.
I really didnot wanted to distrurb her and wake her up , but it was quite embarrasing as the whole BUS was full.

suddenly after the long embarrasing trip of 30 min.. as the bus hit the city traffic , she was woken and after a dazzed smile *he he * everything was forgotten.

maan hell of a ride... damn sure such incidents must have happened in your life too.

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Friday, February 18, 2005

luv or lust


There's nothing in the world like the devotion of a married woman; it's a thing no married man knows anything about." — Oscar Wilde

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Thursday, February 17, 2005

time up
will go down to the admin to check , whether my new ID batch has been created..
had a rather sloppy day..
morning .. make new friends
afternoon.. get sleepy with the junk food ..
wonder who had ordered all those pizzaz !!
late afternoon .. Aaaaaww .. no work .. called up Hwardware guy ,, to fix up the machines.
arranged for the cupboards .. they had the old ancients MANAULS looong forgoten ..

evening..now.. time to meet the admin guy.

-BFN-

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Wednesday, February 16, 2005

How do u knw whether the person is in luv ?

it looks like an simple questions , though u may never find the answer ..
so without getting into debate whether "true" luv exists or not, let me simply put my views on how do u knw whether the guy/gal is in luv ?

obsr for guys,
  1. constant beeping of SMS on the cell
  2. huge bills, (damn ! i am going to change my service provide- the common excuse)
  3. dreamy eyes when alone
  4. for smokers - more ciggs on fire
  5. if he is one of ur good pals , you would fid him constanly nagging abt , she did this .. she did that .. why did she not return my call .. blah blah !!

osbr for gals,

  1. silent long talks ..usually humm & naaah
  2. more talks on cell phone
  3. still long chats with her girl friends ...

more .. to add

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Use of condoms un-Islamic: Pak leader

yeah yeah .. have your say ..

BTW which century are we staying !
;)

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new office

Old wine in an Old Bottle
;)
reached the new TTC office .. it's bigger than the Seepz concrete jungle.
just trying settling down..
as i expected , nothing was in place. the team which is suppose to operate frm the TTC office will start off today evening frm pune.
after an initial survey , got hold of the guys who could help me out with the formalities.
All thanks to our project manager... for teh complete chaos.

okie ..so bottom line .. getting used to the new environment ...also got myself a new cell number from Airtel
The MTNL garuda doesnot works here :(

will chip in more abt the new office.

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Tuesday, February 15, 2005

mumbai_now


mumbai_now
Originally uploaded by harshul.
Thats an arial shot of south Mumbai ;)

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Mumbai locals, yes please


it's early morning , thought I missed the company bus. But I see some familiar faces standing nearby , On yes they are from patni. After enquiring found out that Bus had not left.
10 min .. 15 min.. .no sign for bus, hence a few of us head out to Mumbai Central , the closest station. local transportation (local trains) dah best.
Made these new friends, who work with others SBU's and had an interesting talk.
All agreed on one thing , noting like mumbai transportation.
Experiences in pune , were quite tiresome, cause there is no single way to reach a particular destination. Catch a bus here .. then change it at this destination , catch another bus .. *phew* it was an exercise..
Yeah , I have not lost track .. I am going to talk about "MAMO".. wonder why local trains were called that ..maybe because people wait for hours between each train.
mumbaikar is not used waiting for so long on a railway platform..

how do you recognise a mumbaikar ? a question was asked ..
well as soon as the railway station is near , he will start running ;)

I as all mumbaikar is greatful for the public transport , let it be the BEST buses or local trains.
Mumbai transport DAH Best!

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Monday, February 14, 2005

Valentine Special

yeah ! I thought about it and said to myself , why not share ...
it's the much hyped day .."Valentine's Day"..luv is all over in the air..
yes, I see u blushing cheekily
here are a few interesting points !!

Dating Do's


Be attentive to your date. When faced with the dilemma of whether to bare all or listen attentively, many singles prefer to listen. Lori is a 22-year-old college student who feels she's nailed the role of "listener". "If you listen to your date, they think you're interesting even though you haven't actually said anything. Just keep asking questions and they'll think you're brilliant and fascinating."
Maintain eye contact. Just make sure it's not too intense. Remember, you aren't a hawk eyeing it's prey.
Plan your date out ahead of time. Avoid falling into the vicious cycle of saying, "I don't know, what do you want to do?" Decide on something and do it. Be open to other suggestions if your plans don't work out.
Meet in a public place on your first date. Not only is this a safe idea, it also allows for distractions should conversation lag. Rick, 24, agrees: "Leave the one-on romantic dates for when you really feel you are into a person."
Offer to split the bill. The issue of "who pays" is probably one of the largest sources of confusion for singles. Most people today feel that the bill is the responsibility of the party that asked for the date. That said, it is courteous to offer to "go Dutch" and you should always be prepared to split the costs. If your date does pick up the tab, offer to pay the next time.
Act chilvalrous. Men, the women's liberation movement may have provided women with the means to financial independence and positions of power, but this does not mean that she no longer appreciates those little things that make you a gentlemen. Open doors for your date, pull out her chair for her, make sure she gets home safely. These are the things that make a good impression. Sarah, 31, believes: "If used correctly, chivalry is the charm of all charms; if overused, it seems like machismo."
Followup with your date. Call or email your date to let them know you had a good time. This doesn't have to be a plea to see them again right away. It's simply a courtesy. If your date had an enjoyable time too, this will be icing on the cake!
Crack jokes. Not only will this put your date at ease, it will show them you have a sense of humor.
Discuss heavier topics. Let's face it, some people SHOULD stick to small talk, but if you're informed on a topic, go ahead and discuss it. If you find some topics appropriate and your date finds them taboo, it may be better to realize this early on.


Dating Don'ts


Don't act distracted during a date. Turn off your cell phone and keep your eyes from wandering. Nothing will show a greater lack of interest on your part than fielding phone calls and checking out the waitstaff.
Don't turn your date into a therapy session. Avoid subjects like your ex, your bad relationship with your mother or your growing sense of insecurity over the strange growth you've discovered on your back.
Don't be pretentious. Nobody is perfect and nothing is more annoying than someone who acts like they are.
Don't agree for the sake of agreeing. It's important to stand your ground and let your date know where you stand on certain topics. The point is getting to know one another. Most people enjoy intellectual argument, as long as you avoid insulting your date's intelligence.
Don't try to make any uninvited physical advances. There are so many different opinions on what is acceptable, physically, on a date. Cara, 29, holds the opinion that if there is chemistry, the physical aspects of a relationship will fall into place. "If things feel right, then hold hands, kiss, whatever feels right. Nothing is worse, though, than a first date who is way too into PDA (public displays of affection). It's sort of like they are staking their claim, which is a major turn-off."
Women, don't be afraid to ask a man for a date. In fact, many men find a woman who will make the first move attractive and confident. Kate, 30, agrees: "A woman asking a man for a date doesn't have to be a pathetic plea to listen to Seal over a candlelit dinner. You can invite the guy to something you are going to anyway, like a concert, so it's like you are asking them to come along."
Don't consume large amounts of alcohol. In one of his early movies, Arnold Schwarzenegger told his drunken wife: "You should not drink and bake." Well, the same holds true for dating: You should not drink and date. Athough the reasons for this are pretty obvious, it's a trap many people fall into and it has ruined many a person's chances for a second date. If you must drink, stick with one beer or glass of wine.
Don't be afraid to end the date early. If things aren't working out or you are uncomfortable, feel free to end the date at any time.

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