Friday, December 30, 2005


Generally for every new year, I will do 2 things...
  • Take a december month balance receipt from my bank account & paste it in my diary's last page(to see what's my savings in the year end).I have been doing this for last 5 years..actually speaking nothing improved till now..
  • Watch a movie with my friends on Dec'31st night & at exactly 12:00am, wish everyone who are all sitting in the row with us in the theatre.(so in the interval time we buy cakes for this celebration)
That's it, And on the resolution side...I want to be more aggressive on my wishlist..

New Year wishes to all...See you next year!

Tuesday, December 13, 2005


Nowadays wherever you go(in the net), you can find the name google..When surfing, I found this link(not the below image..:-)) which speaks about GYM!!!

10. Is your business GYM-proof?
I think GYM is a term coined by Robert Scoble - stands for Google, Yahoo and Microsoft. The question is "How do you know that one of these big companies come up with the same offer as yours but give it away for free?"

Recently Google announced "Google Analytics" - a simple, sophisticated Analytics solution for the web for free. I am confident that a few boutique firms whose bread and butter was to sell these solutions are worried like hell. It is hard to get information on what all projects that these companies are working on but sometimes they give a hint. For example, it would not be a good idea to work on something that is already being showcased in Google Labs unless you are pretty sure that you have some amazing technology and you know that your solution will be far superior than whatever Google will eventually come up with.

10 Questions to ask yourself when you are small

Interesting..Even I can say, its called "The height of confidence"


One more info' about Google, how to handle knowledge workers..
excerpts from that link..

Getting the most out of knowledge workers will be the key to business success for the next quarter century.

"A good engineer is always convinced that he can build a better system than the existing ones, leading to the refrain "Don't buy it, build it.""
"knowledge workers believe they are paid to be effective, not to work 9 to 5"

Google: Ten Golden Rules


This is really a DELICIOUS news...I've been using this for almost a year now..
" provides a simple way for hundreds of thousands of Web users to share and categorize their favorite Web page bookmarks as Web pages."

Yahoo gobbles up


Can This Man Reprogram Microsoft?

The familiar pattern of a decade ago begs the question that Bill Gates was asked when he met last month with a group of executives and journalists from The New York Times:
Will you do to Google what you did to Netscape?

Mr. Gates, the Microsoft co-founder and chairman, paused, looked down at his folded hands and smiled broadly, as if enjoying a private joke. "Nah," he replied, "we'll do something different."

More....(you have to register first to read this article..) or you can read the same article in yesterday's(12th dec 05) DECCAN CHRONICLE chennai edition( in the executive club section)