Tuesday, January 25, 2005

Incessant browsing : Is it injurious to health ?




Exactly a century ago, one of the most important person on the planet was awarded a deserving prize. Though many may debate it was a case of too less too late. Anyways here is some thing to refresh the Einstein buffs.


Well the ghost of Fidel Castro has returned for the American administration, though in a very different way. Now the neighbor's of the relatives of Elian Gonzalez have filed a $ 3 million plus trauma lawsuit. Cause: they were traumatized during the efforts to release the six year boy and reunite him with his father in Cuba. A diplomatic victory for Clinton , but ghosts have come back for Bush. Another of his nagging worries, but much less in magnitude to the countless he already has.......................


Finally some intresting perspective on the reasons for the sudden growth of desktop search engines by all the biggies. Who is going to win the battle finally............................I am as always a Brin n Page fan , so hopefully they google their way to success............


So finally the Americans have seemingly given up on finding the elusive Osama without help. Will greed act as a necessary bait? ......................Perhaps a billion dollar question. Still wanna read it..................

Finally two articles on Tsunami.....................yeah was really late in posting links , but are still relevant if you have the patience to go through em.............one by Reporter (can add a lot more )Rajdeep Sardesai and the other by the gurus at Wharton.


And yes, Firefox is incessantly rising vis-a-vis IE . Go Firefox go, we are here for cheers..................


And who likes reading interviews............................here is a complete list of em..........

The relatively low profile Tim Howard of the Reds on CBS about his team,affliction and more.............................well vipin should be happy.......

The guru again..............TCS CEO S. Ramadorai....................needs no introduction.........

Hmm all sporting buffs................here's Tiger uncaged for you......................

Harvard guru (another one.......seems a common commodity these days........), Michael Porter's reflection on India.....................not so rosy though.................

And the engine behind Wipro's recent growth.......................Vivek Paul..............





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