Quite looking forward to watching this movie. Also since it is directed by Danny Boyle of Trainspotting.
As long as public anger is random and unfocused, nothing will change.- Another of Vir Sanghvi’s views quite well put.
Anyone wondering what is actually wrong with our government… This one is a must read.
If you liked Blink, you’d probably like this one too- Outliers by Malcom Gladwell, at least from what i can make of it from the extract.
When you’re preoccupied with dreams and reality, this might be a movie you might want to consider. It’s deep, the script and the direction go well in hand and has more of an effect due to the animation. I strongly recommend it to anyone who love movies that make you think even after the movie has ended.
Seems like a nice site to find some good documentaries if you ever looking for one.
Microsoft released a web browser on Wednesday that includes a feature that could affect the advertising model of internet rivals such as Google.
Seriously…Someone show this to Gopi! Had he taught like this, life would have been soooo much better!
This is probably the best ‘untitled document’ page I’ve come across till now. Have a look. Warning - Not suited for people below 18 years of age!
“We are only a fraction of this dot”. There’s something that you feel when you know how special it feels to be on this Earth and our place in this vast lifeless world. Try and listen to the words said in the video.
I think US forces should bomb areas where the Al-Qaeda is prominent with cucumbers. The women will be happy, and the men, humiliated by the slur on their manhood, will be too demoralised to fight. History could refer to this, then, as The Cucumber Wars. [via IndiaUncut]
A brilliant article by Vir Sanghvi - asking the Indian govt to finally get rid of the Kashmir problem.
If you in a mood for a musical movie, a fan of the Beatles songs, at 60/70’s lover with a modern touch, go ahead and watch this movie. The imagery, costumes and adaptations of the songs is surely commendable.
Check out parts 1-4 of the pilot. Its a very interesting series, and wikipedia says the pilot is currently being developed for a 13 episode series. Hope we get to see that soon.
And this is the kind of stuff I like to do when I travel.
Not really surprised at the two-facedness of Shiv Sena, though am really looking forward to the McD Vada Pav!
Finally an Indian jumping into Football Clubs. Interesting.
“What if there had been Qik-enabled cell phones during the Burma protests a few months ago? Snap your fingers and it’s there on whatever channel.” What a great technology! Man I can already think of a thousand situations where I could have used such a thing during my exchange!
I am so looking forward to seeing Johhny Depp as the the Riddler. He would be perfect. Also rumored is Robin’s entry in the next movie. I just hope that doesn’t happen though.
Ever seen an ad portraying for example how making rotis from a certain atta will make your family happy? or making maggi will make your children happy/ier than other noodles? Well they’re all probably based on our associated value systems.
One of many articles I have been reading lately about the detiorating condition of Apple’s many new releases.
and this is what we’ve come to. Its hilarious how perfectly normal it seems to some people.
A very interesting overview of the present research and findings in the three revolutions (Intelligence, Biotech and the Quantum) thats shaping our future.
This 5-part series on our planet Earth looks at the different forces (volcanoes, the atmosphere, ice and the oceans) that shape our planet and our lives, concluding with an episode of how these work together to give us a Rare Earth! (Via Rohit Nag)
The sequel’s trailer is out, and boy am I looking forward to it cos - I like to move it move it, I like to MOVE IT!
Came across this catchy song from this upcoming movie. You can check out its HQ trailer here . Somehow it makes me look forward to the movie.
I remember reading about the OLPC initiative nearly 3-4 years back and how much publicity it got. This article gives a good insight as to how difficult it is for a nonprofit made up largely of academics to operate like a business and compete
Most people, I think, would have heard of Kopi luwak from this movie, as did I. This was a nice and short movie about two guys who fight to ‘live to die another day’ and make a list of things they wish to do before they ‘kick the bucket’.
Found this weird and well pretty intriguing device called the Telectroscope on a morning walk along the river Thames down the Tower Bridge this morning. Was quite a funny experience waving to people getting wet in the rain on the Brooklyn Bridge!
Is this your cup of coffee? Are you grounded enough to handle this? You can read more about it at wikipedia.
Finally. Though would have been great if I would have got a chance to catch them playing together in the on-going French Open. They both lost their own doubles match in the 1st or 2nd round.
I usually don’t participate in such marketing gimmicks, but they do actually make my surfing experience smoother. So why not?
Just got hooked to this band recently - my favourites are “Mr. Brightside”, “Somebody Told Me”, “Read My Mind” and “When You Were Young”.
I’ve seen the second one, the Casa Batllo in Barcelona. It looks like one of the those houses made out of melted chocolate and stuff.
Quite an interesting article from BW on how social media will change businesses in the coming years.
A.R. Rahman’s latest offering - you can check out the songs on Youtube. I really liked “Kabhi Kabhi Aditi Zindagi” ,”Nazrein Milaana Nazrein Churaana”….and “Kahin To Hogi Ho”
The article highlights interesting points raised by some of the top managers in India.
A number of companies are opting not to embrace Redmond’s latest operating system and, like GM, are waiting for Windows 7 instead.
Heard this song on a recent episode of Grey’s Anatomy. Liked it a lot…they sound a lot like Coldplay. Grey’s tends to have a pretty good and varied soundtrack.
Quite a realistic movie!…if you’ve lived away from home or even traveled alone, chances are you might even identify with parts of the movie..
Can we blame the cards of life we are dealt with? or can we change our destiny.Our DNA. Came across this article as i was reading on epigenetics for my human genetics exam. Making me think about the classic statement of ‘we are probably what we eat’.
If you’ve seen Jeff Dunham and Achmed the terrifying terrorist, you’ll love this one too. Ventriloquism at its best, if you ask me. This totally cracked me up (all three parts) watching it last night.
A new kind of sex selection.
Am glad this legislation was passed, before the beginnings of a new eugenics revolution starts.
For all those who head to the horoscope section in the papers first, if you still want to believe in the stars- well don’t read on.
After a long time I watched a movie with a great story and excellent performances. Dont miss it!
Great book!…Story set against the backdrop of Afghanistan in the last few decades. Fast moving and touching story, its really unputdownable….Dont miss it!
I usually stay away from philosophical books or the kind, but this book really kept me hooked. To sum it up in one line, the book is about how our unconscious decisions are at times much better than well-thought out & meticulously planned decisions.