Tag Archives: Memories

perfection is March 07

Several WTFs per minute

We all have our own definition of perfection… next time we should probably stop and ask what is clients’ definition. And if we spend just 30% of time pre and post (work), maybe we wont be having too many WTF moments

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A good bye note which made me feel proud

One of my colleagues left my organization and moved on to do bigger things in his life. While there have been a lot of GoodBye emails in past, this is the first time that someone took time to write to me a personal good bye/thank you note. This is what he had to say and it […]

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‘The Crew’ Diary } First Impressions

For those who don’t know about The Crew just ignore this post and any posts that has the title from here on. But, you are following this game, should pretty much subscribe to this blog/RSS feed as I will be putting in a ton of material which help you with this game in long run. For […]

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Rotate Sachin? Why? Even Stats are saying otherwise

Yesterday (Feb 12), was when India beat Australia in a ODI in a decent manner, yet all I felt was disappointment. For the first time, I was not happy that my team had won, I was rather sad how they have decided to treat their master batsman. India in the recent CB series came up […]

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Immortals of Meluha: The hidden messages | The inner anti-matter

I picked up the book last week, because I heard a lot about it. The idea of Mythology + Fiction did not seem too exciting, but I was in for a surprise. Amish Tripathi places the book at a breathtaking pace. The story is about a man Shiva who as per legend is the savior. […]

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Roger Federer: A Player; A Champion

I was waiting for Australian Open to start this year, and I was somehow under the impression that it starts on Jan 19, but then by chance I noticed that I missed the opening day only to catch up on it just now. Day 1 unfolded with only 1 upset where Tomic defeated Verdasco. With […]

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Where is Indian Cricket Heading

Why can we not have specialists for Test Cricket who can have the edge in foreign soil; time is now to find methods that go beyond the conventional methods. We need to reinvent the way we are selecting players. Pace academies have to be setup. Seeing a little of all matches in recent series, I can say with certainty that Australia’s bowling attack was not invincible like in the past. They won because of their consistency. We need to get our bowlers the same set of consistency – bowl 6 of 6 bowls in the same spot and then we will be what others. Lets have different coaches for each division with a head coach a strategy followed by many American sports. Let specialist focus on the problem to solve it.

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