Tag: Society

Travelling Abroad 101

This post was also published on HotFridayTalks.com — Who doesn’t like to travel? Our glossy magazines and social media feeds seem to be filled with

Ignoring Great Advice

Jeff Haden writes a cogent piece on Inc. entitled ‘Why You So Often Ignore Great Advice‘. Here are some excerpts… … people focus a lot

City of Joy

It’s been a while since I blogged. Moving to a new job has kept me busy, these past few months. It’s been a particularly demanding,

Face Book

Facebook has more than 800 million users worldwide, and is likely to hit the 1 Billion target in a few months time. How many Facebook

World’s Biggest Challenge

Hypothes.is – a brilliant, new startup – is attempting to solve what it calls “the world’s biggest challenge”! Frustrated by the media?  Disillusioned by our

Personal Truths

A good friend – Neeraj – posted another good entry on his blog, this time on the issues concerning how much we reveal of ourselves

No Way Out

Here’s a perspective on the amount of data and information that’s out there, and continues to be created every day… The amount of digital information

Watch Out!

Pritish Nandy puts forth some great points in his recent post entitled ‘The deficit of trust‘… I live on the 24th floor of a well

The Great Indian Tragedy

According to the backgrounder by The Economic Times: A lethal plume of methyl isocyanate (MIC) gas escaped from a storage tank at the Union Carbide

Who You Are

Thanks to Jin, I discovered a gem of a guest post on the excellent GapingVoid blog.  In “You, Less Than“, Pamela Slim presents her views on

Then What?

Another brief but thought-provoking post from Seth Godin, called Sad Tim: At the post office the other day, a guy wearing a beautiful handmade scarf

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