Monthly Archives: March 2008

Men, will be boys!

We had spent a nice Saturday at the market place – shopping, eating out, planning a restaurant lunch for hubby’s friends who had clamored enough for a wedding treat, and we had taken our week-old i10 for its first visit … Continue reading

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I play and feed a hungry person … you also can

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“Frailty! Thy name is woman”

We talk about female liberation, equality and education. There are organizations, people (both men and women) fighting and striving to give women respect with security and independent sustenance. In a previous post, Haunted by a Woman, I highlighted with a … Continue reading

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Our World – Their World

 All kinds of people make this world, but there are two of a certain species that cause the greatest flurry in their lives and the lives of others. The first category I would call the “Glasshouse Dwellers” and the second … Continue reading

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The Carnivorous and the Herbivorous – When the Twain Did Meet!!

Yes, I am back with more matrimonial settlement issues. Now this is one issue that my mom had warned me about – the striking of the perfect culinary chord between an herbivore and a carnivore. Hubby is a vegetarian (he … Continue reading

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For the “Write” Career Path

 I have often mulled upon the career progression for technical communicators. A technical communicator can always choose to write, review and publish through his/her professional life but there is significant risk of stagnation, because of three reasons: • In the … Continue reading

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A never ending romance … Jodha Akbar

Literally and metaphorically … Literally, because the movie rambled on and on for three hours and eternity. Metaphorically, because the movie-makers asserted that the love-influence of the Jodha impacted Muhgal politics for posterity. Fact, or fiction, true love or political … Continue reading

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Ways of the Web … Deciphering Web 2.0

Working in the IT industry is always fraught with the danger that there may be some new technology, new tool, and new terminology just around the corner, and you are the only one who is living in the “Dark Ages” … Continue reading

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The World’s got it “Write”

An interesting article on www.rediff.com Get Ahead section caught my eye – Want a work-from-home job? As a working woman I have always been interested in keeping my eye open for opportunities that can help me earn my monthly visit … Continue reading

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The “first quarter of the first nuptial year”

 Human beings have developed the concept of milestones – to keep track, to reminiscence, to celebrate, to mourn, to repair, to learn, to evolve, and mostly just for the heck of it. I have also decided to document the key … Continue reading

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