“[Twitter] can make good guesses about the topics a user is interested in by looking at the users he follows that don’t follow him back.”
Kicking web page ass has never been more fun http://erkie.github.com/ /via @rands
@GVRV Rails, though I’m more involved in the front-end interface design.
@sumitsharan Yes, I’d marked that one for future reference. I’ve been on the first one (in reverse) and boy oh boy, http://flic.kr/p/7Zxfay
@GVRV Working on http://doattend.com
@GVRV Very different from Melbourne for sure, but not too bad. Like the stuff I’m working on a lot, but the city could’ve been better.
@GVRV Good work and good luck!
@reviewgang Apparently Mayajaal is planning to run 60 sessions per day!
http://dolectures.co.uk/speakers/speakers-2010/craig-mod says go publish. Hmm.
@rashmiswamy w00t w00t!
Enjoying Martin Brundle’s BBC commentary for the Singapore GP via Skype, courtesy of @rashmiswamy. :D
In Pondicherry, road signs remind us that ‘Leprosy is curable’ and bus stops remind us that ‘an eye for an eye makes the whole world blind.’
@vegachauhan Rocking like a hurricane?
@rakeshrach Haha, that too!
Murphy’s law of Public Transport: The opposite route always has more frequent buses/trains and the opposite lane always moves faster.
“If you look at text as an interface, typography is its usability.”
– @iA while introducing the new Writer iPad app. http://is.gd/foO5n
@reviewgang Haha, awesome! We should catchup sometime then. You in Chennai by any chance?
@reviewgang Currently interning at http://tenmiles.com/ Chennai. How ‘bout you, Review Gang full-time or juggling with day job?
@reviewgang Thanks! I’m trying to experiment and find out how well those qualities propagate to other Indian sites.
@reviewgang Finally! :D
@sumitsharan The alien from Koi Mil Gaya. Never seen one of those?
Also, Kaala Bandar!
@sumitsharan … goats, donkeys, jaadu, buffaloes, sheep …
@reviewgang Were that the case (film family = good), imagine where the Indian film industry would be today.
But, we can always hope! :)
And the embarrassment begins. http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport2/hi/commonwealth_games/delhi_2010/9018515.stm
@reviewgang What they lack is the passion, not the resources. Without passion, it’s just another business undertaking.
Vanishing at the Vanishing Pier, Thalankuppam.
Just finished an educating documentary on selected works of Zaha Hadid at the fantastic Cholamandal Artists’ Village.
@anildavid And not just Linkin Park it appears :(
Jhakaas Mysore masala dosa at Dosa “DC” Calling.
@sumitsharan Think I have, though not consciously. Got to get hold of it. Good song.
@salvn That sucks big time. Screw IBM.
@rakeshrach I’m still taking it all in, but can’t wait to start dissecting the film. Trains and trains :)
Highlights of the last 3 days: Alaipayuthey & Pachchai Nirame from Alaipayuthey, Yudh Yudh & Beera’s theme from Raavan.
@sumitsharan Extremely catch that, isn’t it? Don’t be surprised to wake up tomorrow and find a new song stuck in your head.
@rashmiswamy Haha! I’ll let you take the next one(s).
Ideas should be worth sharing, and quotes should be worth typesetting. Sweet serve! http://layertennis.com/100910/01.php
Your guide to boring, and possibly horrid, travel photos. http://is.gd/f4rFr
Current status: http://yfrog.com/mwftap
@toor_sunny So, what’s her name?
@rakeshrach That’s one evening taken care of. :-/
Know what shreds paper better than a shredder? A fully loaded washing machine.
Kids, don’t try this at home.
@xAbhishek Where’re you off too, some time in the future?
Living life on the EDGE at 10 KB/sec.
“Don’t lose your way.” And I don’t plan to. Will be ‘Following’ through to the very beginning.
@5anket Patel saab, aap Bharat tashreef kab laa rahe hain?
@apanda I like empty and pretty beaches. Thanks for the heads up!
Harbouring a yearning desire for India’s south east archipelago. http://flic.kr/p/8tpaCN[+]
Those iPod Nano ‘Multi-Touch basics’ animations? Not Flash, not video, not GIFs. http://www.apple.com/ipodnano/design.html
Good morning! Today’s breakfast: Dosais for the hungry stomach, GSIS nostalgia for the hungry mind.
@sumitsharan Multi-grain was my bread of choice back in the land of processed food goodness.