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Trick Answer

March 16, 2013 by


Back in the day when one’s self-worth was often decided by a single question, I found myself in this rather uncomfortable situation. I’m referring of course to the Chemistry lab final viva voce exam, where my blank mind suddenly had to grapple with this seemingly mysterious puzzle. “When I add sodium chloride to the solution, […]

Alter Ego

March 10, 2013 by


Stepping out from my Lamborghini Diablo I sauntered up to my Balinese villa. Sensing my presence, the Bose speakers whispered my once-favourite tune. “Stop”, I commanded and there was silence. I casually tossed the car key onto the Victorian tableau, missed it, and the key fell softly on the Persian rug. I was past caring. […]

Reduce the friction between human and computer.

January 19, 2013 by


We all use computers daily. How would it be, if the computer is no longer a machine and starts to act like a person (Otherwise it will become a terminator)? Even writing this blog would have been a lot easier. I will just call my “Jarvis” (Just a Rather Very Intelligent System) and just say, […]

Search Engine

August 7, 2012 by


The world’s fastest search engine is “GOOGLE”, the second one is my “MOM”. She somehow finds out the cigarette packet irrespective of where I hide them.

The Little Red Button

February 12, 2012 by


“Manual or voice?” The metallic voice repeated. Seated in the Mobile Unmanned Surface Transport pod commonly referred to as the MUST, the voice was overpowered by the magnitude of the moment. As the Head of Species Survival Institute – Special Ops Unit, I had seen it coming all along of course. Yet nothing could quite […]