Most phones have silent, vibrate and such feature modes. The blackberry has cooler stuff – real time scenarios. My irreverent ramble on how these make our lives so much fuller!Read More Blackberry saves the day!
Getting a new laptop and musing on everything from accessories, to cables to the Apple car!Read More Of cars, charging docs and shiny new gadgets!
My post on the WC 2014 Fever. I look on amused (and inspired) in a post that looks to decode what makes it so very special….Read More Football, a world cup and a wildly cheering populace!
Some delightful, vintage Shel Siverstein. Beware, its sure to have you sporting a big goofy grin!Read More Delightful stuff – from a master of humor and poetry
Yesterday, while browsing our endless digital aisle (also called amazon.com), I came across two priceless items – they make me so happy (and nostalgic) that this will be the topic of today’s post. First up, I discovered several versions of Peter Cheyneybooks in the kindle bookstore. Peter Cheyney for those who are not aware was […]Read More “Kindle”ing Nostalgia – finding precious treasures in the digital aisle
A 2013 wish for easier air travel – irreverent (and a little wicked)Read More A concotion of New year wishes, grandma (& grandpas) and air travel
The last week belonged to sandy and nilam, no matter what Obama/Romney or the congress/ iac say. Sandy hit the east coast of the USA, while its cousin played havoc on the southern coast of India. And here’s what intrigues me – I cannot imagine where they got their names from. Sandy wasn’t sandy, she […]Read More A tale of 2 storms…
I seem to remember that sleeping beautyslumbered for a hundred years before her prince arrived and woke her up. And then – says the story – they lived happily ever after.I suspect though that they left out a little bit on that fairy tale. I am sure our beauty would also have been startled to […]Read More The biking chronicles – at the shop…
There comes a time in everyone’s life when one wonders if one is exercising enough. Generally (and if you are like me), the answer comes back pronto – NO!!! I amble thoughtfully and watch some tv, thrash (metaphorically speaking) a politician or two, read a book – but the thought doesn’t go away. So I […]Read More Biking – The journey begins
And the second day dawned bright and sunny (or so it seemed from the hotel room window). I was ready in a jiffy and skipped down to the hotel restaurant eager to partake of their ”full English breakfast buffet” -advertised very prominently in their brochures. As I waited to be seated, I looked around – […]Read More Part 2 – A story of 5 breakfasts and a stroll in the park
Business beckoned again – this time to the United Kingdom. The travel gurus at my company used a very complicated algorithm to find me the least expensive “business class” route which would get me to London in time to attend a critical (or so they said) meeting. And the software declared that the most timely, […]Read More A story of 5 breakfasts and a stroll in the park…