In cricket I think this is a ton…
And just like that with my last post – I have made 100 posts on this experiment of mine.
On 13th August 2008 – I made my first post – Questioning Google. Google bashing continues to be one of my favourite topics. What with questioning the abilities of Google Translate, or when Google decided to lock me out of my account (my most popular post to date BTW).
Newer and newer experiments, with my posts on Exploring Hinduism; have me writing long format posts on an intriguing topic, examining the history of my faith. While my identifiable love for all things technological can be found scattered all over.
What started out as an experiment for me has grown into a regular part of my daily life. Whether I am just tracking visitors, researching topics or playing around with themes (oh god do I play around with themes :))
It is fun – and I do want to thank you, dear readers, for coming back and reading, making me want to do this more and more.
Its been great so far and can only get better 🙂
Varuna is one of the elder gods, sovereign of the water. He is the first god of the Hindu pantheon accredited with the creation of the world. He was the first king and law giver. The prime mover of the universe, he was mostly concerned with moral and societal affairs than being a deification of nature.
Continue reading Varuna – the Elder God
Permit me a post for gratuitous self aggrandisement; it’s my birthday!!
If ever there was a doubt that McDonalds was bad for you, here is their new mascot – Happy (apparently based on a Happy Meal Box)
The stuff of Nightmares, between this and the clown… I think I’m giving up McD’s.
In 2011 I took an opportunity to visit Nokia House in Espoo. I still remember looking out from the dining hall onto a semi-frozen lake with a few weather worn trees on an island.
In my mind that lake represents Finland and the attitude of its people. A nation which in its young(ish) history has successfully challenged larger foreign forces. Occupied by a Swedish monarchy till 1803 and then becoming a Russian domain, Finland gained its independence from Russia at the end of World War 2 after fighting for it since 1917 (an interesting history). The Finns are a strong and resilient people (Look up Simo Häyhä). Moving forward from this strife they have developed a culture with a standard of living which is amongst the highest in the world.
And this spirit is reflected in what still remains one of Finland’s most iconic brand – Nokia.
Continue reading Of Nokia & Finland
Strangely peaceful, laying in bed, looking at the lightning and listening to the rain. Perfect weather to start re-recording the things which make #100HappyDays.
#100HappyDays Just because and why not?