OK. Time for some fun, folks! Walk down the streets of any
city, you are sure to find weirdos of all kinds. I am not being judgmental
here, but trust me, there are a bunch of people who think of themselves as the
coolest tribe on earth and the cool-ness is defined by their hair-dos and hair styles. Let me give you some examples here...
Beginning the meme with a Zen-like look. I should admit that this look is more 'yogic' than weird. But only until he doesn't untie that bun on top! I name them the Zen tribe! :D This style screams attention; attention from railroad signals to be specific. There are so many parallel tracks for trains to ply! The Awesome Railroad Tribe!
Well, well, I only get to see between my strands of hair and this is called 'Looking- through-the-hair-look'. "Are you smiling? winking? blushing? I don't have a clue!"
"Fine, I am growing a pine forest in my head and yes, it is fall time and some trees are starting to change color. I be…
How to optimize your behavior to
become a productive techie? No emails, no trouble – If you don’t listen to my advice you will
end up being buried under a billion emails, most of them unread by the end of this
year. Emails are infectious. The biggest hindrance to a techie’s productivity,
is emails. As long as you can stick to messages confined to the subject area like
the one below, it is fine. But do not go beyond that and don’t you touch the body!
Get independence from your emails, be a loud and shameless conversationalist.
Be a caveman, do not ping, do not email, just go talk to the person next to
you. To: Preeya.Raj@XXX.com
Subject: Code’s working, dude. Yay Peanuts at my desk
Walk like quick-silver – Fly, Fly to the restroom and back, Fly to
the printer and back, Just fly, never walk. Redefine god speed and make time
for C++. Do not carry a bag – One of the most important rules. Never
carry a bag/ purse/ lunch bag to work. There are hawks in the workplace who
monitor you meaningl…
I have long been envisioning a place
which is soulful and dreamy; a place that would like to call home.The essentials of my idea of a perfect home are: Family and friends – They are the soulfulness and the
life of every home. They are indeed those elements that make a ‘house’ a ‘sweet
home’. Can’t do without’em! Space – I am stuck with this space conundrum
every time I enter an under-construction building. There seems to be a gap here.
There were homes in earlier days which advocated spatial freedom and now
everyone seem to look for compact homes. Think about living in concrete boxes?!
I understand the money-factor involved but some with enough and more are
unwilling to go for a spacious place too. The heritage houses of south India are
perfect examples of space management when it comes to homes. Sunlight - Who wants to live in a cave or a scary house?! In Vasthu Shastra and Feng Shui, we would
notice a simple yet striking similarity which encompasses the need for sunlight
to flow throu…