Monday, September 29, 2008

My weekend.....

....was spent doing nothing at all. Attending to some household chores, attending to my master who was down with the flu, attending to myself for the same reasons, and showing off to my Mr. that I was sick so that I can be pampered more, but our master was the one who was thoroughly coddled by us both. 
Friday night was the night I prepared the 7-layer mexican dip, then Mr and I slouched in front of the TV, sipping on vino and watching the [well scripted] Presidential Debate(YAWN!!!). 
Watched a coupla movies, The Last Lear (brilliant!), and Saas Bahu aur Sensex(absolutely, mindblowingly riotous).
Then in the spirit of Ramzan, made some Mutton Biriyani(Yummm, thinking of it is making me hungry, it turned out awesome!), raita and Sheer Korma. Hubby and I devoured it! At times like this is when our Hyderabadi roots pop! Love our cuisine! Then, I thought to myself, I just am the best biriyani maker I am aware of, the Self Proclaimed Queen of Biriyani, and my Mr. also added to that saying that no one has ever come close to what I make. I am sounding bombastic aren't I? 
Well, now it's back to the work week.
P.S.: Don't ask me for the biriyani recipe, I will definitely not reveal that one. Sheer genius and absolute perfection are the main ingredients.

This will make an interesting read...

An article on this website showcases an interesting point of view. 
I was provided with this KB by a friend, who has enlightened me on this topic to a great extent. CK, I hope this will interest you.

To everyone, this article (different from the first one) will definitely eliminate any qualms you might have w.r.t Global Warming.

The Tales of Beedle The Bard: A Wizarding Classic from the World of Harry Potter the new J.K. Rowling book to be released on Dec. 04, '08.
As usual, I can't wait to get my copy!

A word from Borders
"Description: The Tales of Beedle the Bard, a Wizarding classic, first came to Muggle reader's attention in the book known as Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows. Now, thanks to Hermione Granger's new translation from the ancient runes, we present this stunning edition with an introduction, notes, and illustrations by J. K. Rowling, and extensive commentary by Albus Dumbledore. Never before have Muggles been privy to these richly imaginative tales: "The Wizard and the Hopping Pot", "The Fountain of Fair Fortune", "The Warlock's Hairy Heart", "Babbitty Rabbitty and Her Cackling Stump", and of course, "The Tale of the Three Brothers". But not only are they the equal of fairy tales we now know and love, reading them gives new insight into the world of Harry Potter. 

The stories are accompanied by delightful pen-and-ink illustrations by Ms. Rowling herself, featuring a still-life frontispiece for each one. Professor Dumbledore's commentary apparently written some eighteen months before his death reveals not just his vast knowledge of Wizarding lore, but also more of his personal qualities: his sense of humor, his courage, his pride in his abilities, and his hard-won wisdom. Names familiar from the Harry Potter novels sprinkle the pages, including Aberforth Dumbledore, Lucius Malfoy and his forebears, and Sir Nicholas de Mimsy-Porpington (or "Nearly Headless Nick"), as well as other professors at Hogwarts and the past owners of the Elder Wand. Dumbledore tells us of incidents unique to the Wizarding world, like hilariously troubled theatrical productions at Hogwarts or the dangers of having a "hairy heart". But he also reveals aspects of the Wizarding world that his Muggle readers might find all too familiar, like censorship, intolerance, and questions about the deepest mysteries in life. 

Altogether, this is an essential addition to our store of knowledge about the world and the magic that J. K. Rowling has created, and a book every true Harry Potter fan will want to have for their shelves. "

Friday, September 26, 2008

I was wondering.....

....if all of us lived the Plain Life as the Amish do, would we have a cleaner, greener environ? Or even if we lived as our rural counterparts in India?
If not to the extreme, maybe atleast a few inspirational ideas from them!
I once had a discussion on the same with someone, and one thing led to the other and he led me to believe that it's not the planet Earth that's warming up but it's the sun that's cooling down. Now, this is a very interesting point of view that I had ever come across with regards to Global Warming. We went on for about an hour, questions-answers, conflicting views, disagreement on some and agreeing on few. 
I would love to blog all about it, because this is one interesting conversation I had in a longtime over issues, that really made me think.
But for now, I'll just fill in some key details....
- The breaking apart of ice-shelves at one place might call for growing glaciers on the other side.
- What really happened to all the water post IceAge?
- Why are there lesser sun-spots on the Sun now ? Means the sun is cooling down.
- Are we heading towards IceAge again?
- Does this mean D-Day and evolution of life again from the beginning of time?
- The effect of pollution etc., is it comparable to the magnitude of the planet?
- Is planet Mars' warming also related to Earth's? 
It is the last query that has me worried sick. Either we really are doing so much harm that we are actually affecting our neighbouring planet too(highly impossible), or is it really the sun?

Please voice in your views and opinions on this, coz I think we all need to address this issue seriously, we certainly do not want to be misled by some activists trying to panic us. Let me add though, that we are definitely doing some not-so-nice things to our planet, there is no denying that!

Thursday, September 25, 2008

An apple a day....

...keeps the doctor away!

But, if the doctor is handsome.....keep the apple away!

I'm feeling.....

......rather chatty today, but what's ironical is that I don't have much to natter. 
Except maybe that I saw the David Blaine(he's hot!) stunt y'day and I thought it was too boring but most certainly he is a great magician, comparable to Houdini. What did he achieve by diving, and what exactly was his illusion beats me! Is that what he was aiming at? Anyways, I enjoyed the season prem. of Lipstick Jungle, whew so many revelations and twists and turns, mostly with Nico. I am so tempted to read the book, but I've been postponing it for well over a year now, even though this is just the second season on TV. I just love her outfits and accessories. My Mr.(who doesn't have much of a choice, other than to watch with me), predicted the next moves and guess what...? he was always! He is a smartie, okok me is not bragging.....he really is, I just have to keep up with him! hehehe!
Today is the season premiere of The Office, another fave of mine, insanity what this show is all about. Steve Carrell, splendid actor! I prefer the American version to the British for this one show.....

Wednesday, September 24, 2008

I wonder why......

....consuming Chinese food makes the consumer sluggish!

Google, IT and so much beyond.....

Since Google will be finishing 10 years soon, they have put up an archive of accomplishments of sorts on their main page which I thought was so interesting! It's a really long list of achievements to celebrate on. The page slides left and right. It's better viewed on Chrome! But obvious!

I'm really in complete awe of the Googlers, one and all! An IT company for the world, but an all-in-one package really.

something and something else..

I wonder why is it that always Aamir Khan's films make it to the Oscar's! TZP isn't that great of a movie to make it all the way to H'wood! Methinks there are far better movies. Cheeni Kum(sweet, romantic and actors at their best), Namesake(I don't have enough words of praise for this one), Jab We Met(don't we all love this one).....well there are many more to consider. I have nothing against AK, he's simply brilliant but hello.....other filmmakers too address issues...logically!

Anyways, Google's 10 yr celebration is thru Project 10 to the 100th. If you have any mind-blowing ideas, please put them forward. This is a great way to put your idea to work, rather than just saying, I wish.....

Now a word about planet Earth
At they have a saying about climate change: "A frog in water doesn't feel it boil in time. Dude, we are that frog."


Its Jeff Ross....he's out! Edyta, his partner is my fave among them all.
I wonder who would be eliminated today!

Tuesday, September 23, 2008

It's all about the idiot box!

It isn't fair that all the hot television shows premiere on the same night! So, it was quite obvious I would watch Dancing with the Stars....been waiting for the show since a month. Always been an avid follower. Couldn't make it to Boston Legal and also, CSI:Miami was on, but well I couldnt get myself to watch it that late. 
I am also soo excited about Lipstick Jungle that will premiere on Wednesday and the oh-so-popular, gossip-galore Desperate Housewives on Sunday! This week is the most sought after. I've got reminders set up everywhere.
I wonder whatz the plan for Nico, will she still go out with that guy, how will she deal with her husband's affair? and Victory, what an end to the previous season she had! I sure am waiting! 
For some reason, I'm not quite keen on reading the book, maybe coz I want to get a first hand look at the fashion styles..... That's the woman in me speaking!

DH, I'm eager to know who the other guy Susan is with and what's with Gaby and being preggie? So many questions in DH! 
Anyways, in DWTS, my faves are Brooke Burke, Lance somthing(the N-sync guy), Warren Sapp. Sapp's swaying was just too cute, for a man his size! And Cloris, man she's 82 and look at her move! Well, she sure did her part to impress the judges! Well, we've got to see who'll be eliminated today.....I'm guessing either Cloris, Susan Lucci, or Rocco.

A different Benz

I just had to blog about this....! and I couldn't stop laughing too! I know I should've been awed or oohed or aahed.....but I chose to laugh, coz this is ridiculously funny!
If you are one of the regulars, like me,  wondering what's on the Merc and why does it look like its been spot painted? Well, flash news, its a diamond encrusted Merc car. Hard to believe? Well, it's owned by some Prince from the deserts of the Saudi and it costs just about $ touch! Hah, got you there didn't I? How much would it cost to own or maybe even rent it, I don't even want to know!

Monday, September 22, 2008

Shoes, shoes and more.....

.... are the focal-point in any girl's wardrobe. Guys might think otherwise. But, I think that no outfit is complete without the right shoes. Even the most dull clothes can look splendid if paired with a nice pair of shoes. There are so many options now with shoes, and now with the beginning of fall, we need some nice boots and closed toe ones. I love how summer opens up the shoe world with so many varieties, only to be confined during the white months. Whatever it is, every girl loves her Prada's, Choo's, Manolo's, Miu's, and more! But the question is, in this economy, would anyone spend $500 on a pair of shoes that might soon be outdated and worn out? I think yes, some do.
Chocolates, shoes, and diamonds are always necessities for a girl! :). WHEW, girls are high maintenance!
I am trying to avoid caffeine this morning and been successful until now. I think I am optimistic that I won't tread the coffee machine area. Sometimes, I wonder why am I avoiding? Well, I'm not really sure, but giving it a shot, to see how I do!! Maybe, that is the reason why I am not making any sense today. I guess I'll go get that cup of hot tea. Finally!

Friday, September 19, 2008

Haute Cuisine

I've moved the recipes to

Oops I said it!

oh, I just discovered something horrid!
Why aren't there any female music composers in India? Even the great M.S. Subbulakshmi and Lataji and Ashaji and Chitra, have rendered someone else's notes, why didn't they create their own? Was their talent in composing supressed, or were they not interested? But even among the younger lot, we don't have any, did Alisha Chinoi compose music or just sing? What about the other 90's female pop stars? I think it was always a male dominated music industry!

Fusion instrument

I just came across a new word "Zitar". It is a musical instrument, technically it is a sitar but an electronic one and that too with just 5 strings. It has been crafted by Niladri Kumar. Zitar is not even a commercial instrument yet. But I think I like the sound of it. I guess he has used it in a few Bollywood songs, Alvida (KK is awesome in this), Crazy Kiya Re, Bheegi Bheegi, are among a few. I have to listen to them again, paying more attention to the background instruments this time. There are always so many beats in Pritam's compositions as opposed to melody, that it's hard to identify the instruments. But my master is one huge Pritam fan. Me too, some of his music is just out of the world. That reminds me, one of AR Rahman's latest offering, ADA, is simply mindblowing....all of them are awesome.
So, back to zitar.....I would like to know more on it....I think this instrument might be a hit with the new gen, bringing together the guitar and sitar....interesting. Well, since I am done with my knowledge base, I'll update later.
(something's wrong with the time on this blog, its 4:03 pm now, but the time is stuck at 9:15 am, blogspot is gone crazy)
Beg. Quote To make a bad day worse spend it wishing for the impossible End. Quote - Calvin

Thursday, September 18, 2008

For your eyes only!

Alright, finally here is the picture of the Chilly-garlic Pasta with Chicken, and the salad. I will post the recipe later. I was mistaken I had ziti, not rotini(I had used that up the last time), and I had iceberg lettuce as opposed to romaine, so had to make do with that, I'm forgetful. For now feast with your eyes. I know this isn't a good pic, but that's the best I could get. 

Wednesday, September 17, 2008

I pep talk with me

I haven't cooked a lot (read 'at all') for the past month. Thanks to my mom who has been doing all the cooking for me. These days my idea of lunch/dinner is either eating-out/togo/mom's cooking. I have become a lethargic bundle of bones and mass. So tonight, I decided I would whip up a pasta dish. I think I have rotini in the pantry, so have to come up with an appropriate recipe for that. Or maybe fettuccine? I am still in a quandary. I love pasta...hehe....carbs are always delicious, but you know, well, they are loaded. Ok, add some protein and veggies and there, you have a balanced meal. So, maybe I'll make some chicken pasta and side it with a simple green salad and finish it off with some turtle cheesecake. Ain't that a good lookin' meal? 
I'm wondering what's up with me ruminating about dinner just after my lunch! Forecasting is what I call it. I like my food and cooking to be organized. That reminds me, I have so much food in my pantry that needs to be consumed, now I need to chalk out a recipe plan over the weekend. 
I will blog tomorrow and post a picture(hoping), of the dinner. I just hope I remember to take a photograph before the food is devoured(wicked). Buona fortuna a me.

Pathetic or intelligent?....SAD and disgraceful! C'est la vie

"Security experts and other citizens in Mumbai, India, are planning a drive to make people in the city and the rest of the country more aware of the need to secure their Wi-Fi networks.
The moves come after terrorists in India reportedly used a hacked Wi-Fi account in Mumbai to send an e-mail message to news organizations claiming responsibility for a series of bombs that went off in Delhi late on Saturday.

As the number of mobile phones in India and the number of Internet connections in the country grows, terrorists are increasingly turning to these technologies.

In a number of earlier terrorist attacks, mobile phones embedded in bombs were used to trigger off explosions, according to the police. The terrorists usually called up the number of the mobile phone inside the bomb to set it off."

Tuesday, September 16, 2008

I would like to know.... post-it notes are made. How do they stick together so perfectly?

Sad state of affairs.

Seeing 2 of the biggest financial institutions go down is one of the worst things to happen. Merrill-Lynch is a household name and I've always encountered that name since childhood. Lehman Bros. another titan in the industry, whew. Then there is Fannie and Freddie Mae.
 Unemployment rate might rise, more companies would get affected and the world economy will be pathetic. DOW Jones lost 500 points and that is the lowest ever. Is this the worst recession or what? I hope AIG does a little better and doesn't follow LB. Yet to hear on that one. I hope the BofA acquisition of ML will bring about some fresh changes and hopes to the industry and economy in the long run. Definitely there will be some short-term setbacks.
And added to this, are the various weather treatments and the terrorist attacks! They definitely do affect the economy. Can't we just end atleast what's in our abilities?

Beg. Quote There's an inverse relationship between how good something is for you, and how much fun it is. End. Quote - Calvin

Monday, September 15, 2008

This is what I read...

...on Wikipedia's main page.....mostly about death, Ike's missing though. Do we really need anymore terrorist attacks? I mean really? Out of the 7 headlines, 4 are related to death

In the news

2008 Chatsworth train collision: Rescue workers in front of the Metrolink locomotive laying on its side after entering the lead passenger car (left), with the Union Pacific locomotive (right).

and there is this from Hindi Wiki

 क्या आप जानते है?

राष्ट्रपति भवन
  • ...कि भारत का राष्ट्रपति भवन, विश्व के किसी भी राष्ट्रपति आवास से अधिक बड़ा है।
  • ...कि मुंबई के मुख्य रेलवे स्टेशन छत्रपति शिवाजी टर्मिनस का पुराना नाम विक्टोरिया टर्मिनस था। आज भी इसे बोलचाल की भाषा में अक्सर "वीटी" कहते हैं।
  • ...कि जीवाणु एक एककोशिकीय जीव है । इसका आकार कुछ मिलिमीटर तक ही होता है ।
  • ...कि गुड़हल की दो सौ से अधिक प्रजातियाँ होती है और इसका उपयोग केश-तेल से लेकर चाय तक अनेकों वस्तुओं में होता है।
  • ...कि १९७९ में हुई ईरान की इस्लामिक क्रांति, जिसके बाद ईरान को इस्लामिक गणराज्य घोषित कर दिया गया था, को फ्रांस की राज्यक्रांति और बोल्शेविक क्रांति के बाद विश्व की सबसे महान क्रांति कहा जाता है। 

The silver lining

As we were driving, Saturday evening at around 7:30 ish.....I saw a silver lining and I was awed, coz I love to watch the sky and when I see something like that then I have to take a picture.

I didn't get a good shot though, the scene was very short-lived, the Sun was setting too fast and I was way too awed to realise that I have to take a pic. If you could make out the silver lining and then the setting Sun from below the clouds and the Sun rays from over the cloud. It was just too strikingly beautiful to put in words. I don't think any artist could do justice by recreating this, or any poet could put into words this picture.

Let's change....

I'm sorry to hear about what happened in Delhi. I wish all of this would end. I wish people would realise there are more important things in life than to just kill innocent fellow humans who go about their daily routine just to lead a happy life and provide to their families. It's just brutal. I wish they would realise the importance and value of life, not just others but even theirs. If they are so smart to invent dustbin bombs, I wish they would put their brains to something useful. Even the thought of killing so many with dustbin bombs is so low. The stench is so strong, the deeds are so wicked. This leads me to the topic "Mind Games". What goes around, comes around.
I think there is enough damage already with the natural calamities, we don't need human interference anymore. We are fulfilling our share to destroy indirectly - Global Warming!
The pen is mightier than the sword or even bombs. Mother Nature is mightier than anything else.

All in one...

Oh, I have so much to write about today. I had a pretty good weekend. Very occupied and got thoroughly baked, tanned under the sweltering Floridian sun. My dearest friend M prepped me for a great weekend by boosting my morale (yeah it was on a low). Thanks sweety.
We first headed over to a park, it has a few springs, took a glass bottom boat ride to check it out. Met up with some birds, giraffe, gators, panther, cougar, humongous rodent, flamingos, and something else (I musta forgotten). My master had so much fun seeing all the animals and just being one on one with nature.
Then made some good Indian street food at home.
Went for the NFL game with Mr., had a gala time there. But the heat was just too much to handle. Couldn't stay beyond the 3rd quarter and we lost!. I had fun and I hope the same from  my Mr., he wanted to go for the game since forever. When we were back, we were so tired and I think sun-stroked too.
But I loved every minute of it. It's back to work week now.

Friday, September 12, 2008

One wish, too big too small

I was reading the news this afternoon and one headline caught my attention, along with the picture next to it.

This article had me spellbound. I have to admit, I din't know there were people out there plunging into the center of a storm/hurricane, Hurricane Hunters. I always wondered if that was do-able, but now my thoughts are cleared. Some courage those people might  have, to risk their lives and imagine the roller coaster ride they would go through. 
Even the smallest roller coaster ride intimidates me. But it really would be electrifying if once maybe..... If not a ride to the moon or to outer space, atleast inside the eye of a hurricane!!(my Mr. would freak out when he reads this! GEE babes, smile! I'm still sane, not yet retarded!)

Thursday, September 11, 2008


It's been 7 years!
In memoriam to all those affected.

Wednesday, September 10, 2008

Miracles galore

A true survival:

If it isn't your time yet, it isn't, no matter what. 
Sometimes life throws some warnings at you. That's when you realise, you are just a human.

Thatz me!

I'm a bit frustrated at myself for not remembering the various recipes that I've experimented with and have been approved. Now, I'll have to recreate them, the worst part is I don't remember what my creations are, leave alone the actual recipes. I need to get me admitted into some amnesia classes. This is bad, me forgetting the recipes....sob sob! All the hard work and strategies, down the drain!

Oh and the webdings font thingy doesn't show up on all browsers...too bad! tch tch.

New font, new movie

hello in webdings!

I thought this was so much fun to use the Webdings font! 

Waitin on "Quantum of Solace" the new 007 movie! I am such a huge fan of the Bond movies. Heard this one is 'darker than ever' revenge of his lady love's death. Hmm, interesting right? Does 007 even have  a consistent lady.....forget love!!. Anyways, this Bond, Daniel Criag, fits truly into the character, he is my fave among them all, even Sean Connery, Pierce Brosnan or Timothy Dalton. He's just truly Bond and truly British and truly a SSA. Nov 14 is the release date.

Particle collider test succesful at CERN, Geneva

"European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN) scientists applaud during the switch on operation of the Large Hadron Collider (LHC), the world's largest particle collider, at the CERN's control center, in Geneva, Switzerland, Wednesday, Sept. 10, 2008. The world's largest particle collider successfully completed its first major test by firing a beam of protons all the way around a 17-mile (27-kilometer) tunnel Wednesday in what scientists hope is the next great step to understanding the makeup of the universe. (AP Photo/Fabrice Coffrini, Pool)" 

Till now, I've just read about it in Dan Brown it's a reality. The way I had it imagined in my head, well, let's say I'm proud of myself for doing a good job at visualizing accurately, almost. When I was watching the Evening News with BW last nite, I was so excited to hear that segment, something I read about is for real! This is so exciting. Maybe the Big Bang theory now has a chance to prove itself! Hoping the mysteries of the universe will be solved sooner or later. Will this also mean something to the science-religion clash? I hope so and also hoping so many of the fundamental Physics questions will soon be answered. Who knows what humans might invent out of this many possibilities and so many doors open towards invention. It's all just so exhilarating.

Tuesday, September 9, 2008

Bar in HYD

Xtreme Sports Bar is new of its kind in Hyd. Sports bar with lotsa cool stuff. Nice to have such additions to our city making it more and more metro on one end. B'lore and Delhi will see their share soon acc. to them. 
Well, me is certainly looking forward to going there with me hubby next time we visit. Aye!

does it happen to you?

Is it just me or is IE shunning out all? Doesn't allow me to type anything in any text box on any website, neither does it allow me to copy/paste!! This has been happening since I've defaulted Chrome as the browser of choice. wink wink!
Please let me know what's going on, else I might have to make some changes to my pc(which I am not too keen on at this point).
I heard that Chrome is the first step towards Google's own OS, this might be a huge setback for MS.
Beg. Quote Some of us are just irresistible. End. Quote -- Calvin

Funny Quote of the day

Luis Bunuel - "Age is something that doesn't matter, unless you are a cheese."

Monday, September 8, 2008

Chrome quick fix

One flaw or maybe its something the Googlers overlooked is that tooltips don't show up on Chrome. Well, I hope they do notice it and fix in their next version.
I also think that the favicon looks good on the maybe Chrome must incorporate that on their browser. The favicon exists just on the tabs for now on Chrome.

Friday, September 5, 2008

All this talk about Chrome is making me feel rather nerdy today!

I thought this was so funny
Bush Speech

Republicans may be trying to distance themselves from President Bush.

Last night while Bush was speaking via satellite, they were trying to change the channel.

 - Jay Leno

Chinese name

I found this really cool website where you can find out your Chinese Name
Mine was Shi Wu.
Guess it changes everytime you send in a request!

Here we go again!

Well, the first thing about IE 8.
As soon as the download was complete, it asks me to restart the computer!!! C'mon, I'm def not going to do that just for a browser! So IE's gonna have to wait until further action can be taken.
I may be sounding like a Google chauvinist, but that is a fact.


Chrome is soo cool. It's def. the new age browser. 
Some features that I really liked so far....
- Downloads don't interfere with your work, no popups. The file downloads and sits at the bottom left corner and is ready when  you are.
- Task Manager feature is also cool, esp when you want to end any process.
- Google search has gone one notch up with the search engine built right into the URL
- Pages you've visited last appear on the homepage, so that you dont have to type, just click.
- Adding shortcuts to applications is also cool with options of adding to your desktop, quick launch or start menu.
- View source and JS console are all pretty decent too. By far, the JS concept is totally nouveau.
- Simple yet powerful......that is soo Google!

Well, these are my updates for now, will check back later with the IE 8 beta version. Heard that is pretty similar to Chrome. Let's see.

Thursday, September 4, 2008

Sad but true.

Issue: One of the last five ice shelves has broken away. It is about 19 sq mi and is one huge mass of ice.
Cause: Global warming.

It wont be long before the remaining ice shelves too break apart or shrink...then what?
No Arctic, no polar bears, no ice, just water water and more water. It is sad to think back and realise what we, humans, have done to our beautiful planet. We are certainly not leaving this planet with what we got, that one is for sure. Why are we misusing our resources? Why isn't there a balance?
An abundance of a resource at one place might call for paucity of the same at another this fair? If that's what life is, then I'm sorry to say, but I'm pretty sure, this isn't natural, it's what we made of what we got, and I for one am certainly not too proud of this. This is very much disturbing.

Now, take some action and gone are the days when we could take small steps to get a little closer to the reality of Global warming, we need to take huge leaps to prevent our planet from deteriorating. This is bad enough now. I want my future generations to live free lives, not dependent on artificial stuff.

I will definitely make huge changes in my life, and hopefully inspire others around me to do the same. I am optimistic that you will also do the same.

Please save our beautiful planet from global warming and meltdowns.

This beautiful pic is taken from Apollo 17.
Courtesy: Wikipedia.

Wednesday, September 3, 2008

Is it a rubix cube really?

Another one...

The after-effects of Fay still exist and here comes Hanna. But unlike Fay, we don't know if Hanna will touchdown and hit as a hurricane or will it drift away from land! Whatever it is, I am hoping it won't be a hurricane...thatz just too much to handle! I'm guessing South Carolina will be the host for this one. Hanna's got ample time and space to pick up on winds and turn into a hurricane.

Tuesday, September 2, 2008

Google Chrome is here!

So Google will be launching its free browser Google Chrome and here is a link to their comic.
Multi-threaded and open source isn't that innovative and fresh? Check it out....I am waiting as always to see what the Googlers come up with and how they put it up! Love their marketing strategies too, not just the products!!