Friday, June 27, 2003

Find all the LINUX DOCUMENTATION here . . .

Blogger's new interface is a bit confusing initially, but overall a very good attempt - 'help sidebar' is a good idea.
Initial problem with finding republish link
Republish is much more effective and effects are seen immediately with post, republish and template changes . . .
Help as I mentiones is good
The rest is just a makeover for easier navigation - everything else must be under the hood !

Wednesday, June 25, 2003


Microsoft's next target--Google?

Surfers have no clue how they are tracked


Photo blogging by a few Indians

Tuesday, June 24, 2003

Apples, CDs and Super Computers

Safari is out - looks are great though I may not be able to use it cause I have no Mac dud !
But still Apple's worries and more worries are far from over.

And now the Power Mac G5


TOP 500 Super Comps.

Monday, June 23, 2003

The Intel P4 3.2 MHz is here - Reviews from /.

A NYT article on the fast catching phenomenon of corporate blogging ie corporates blogging ...

Friday, June 20, 2003

Minority Report is going on nice . . .

Chapter 1 from Pattern Recognition by William Gibson

Thursday, June 19, 2003

I just became a registered Linux user !

Finished 'And then there were none' by Agatha Christie - a very ingenious plot, however some portions to tie up the amazing plot are hard to believe. But Dame Agatha's recipe is almost always the same - lots of people in a big house or a mansion and murder(s) . . . NICE STILL !

Will start Minority Report and other stories by Philip K Dick tomorrow ...

Monday, June 16, 2003

Life of Pi was good but a bit too complex - almost like a strange and scary children's fable ...
Currently reading And then there were none by Agatha Christie

Saturday, June 14, 2003

Major lapses in blogging, I have not been upto too much, losing interest thats all...
I am not feeling too well for the past 2-3 days too, took a leave today - the heat is a bit too much I guess.
Reading Life of Pi by Yann Martel - borrowed it from a friend - halfway through - a slow moving story on faith and religion and experiences of a young boy, which won the Booker Prize for 2002.

Apart from this I bought a cassette of Jagjit Singh's ghazals titled FORGET ME NOT - nice melodious music and the full voice of Jagjit Singh - however the accompanying synthesizer music can make it irritating at times.
Also bought the VCD of the classic comedy PADOSAN - with Kishore Kumar, Mahmood, Keshto and others. I have yet to see it.

It is suggested that a blog is supposed to be about public stuff and a journal for personal stuff - but that distinction would be tough for me to maintain - I am a bit too lazy to take all the trouble maintaining two such web logs . . .