Obama speech announced beginning of a new era — an era of responsible optimism. All I can say is — I loved it. I am proud to be an American — once again — and happy to be living in this world where the civilizations is truly advancing.
I always believed that visual means will dominate Web not in too distant a future. This article in NYT heralds this trend very nicely: Tyler’s way of experiencing the Web — primarily through video — may not be mainstream, at least not yet. But his use of YouTube as his favorite search engine underscores a [...]
In developing a computing system, two different issues need to be considered: Competence and Performance. Competence addresses the functionality of the system and directly relates to what could or could not be done by the system. Thus the effectiveness and efficacy of the system are part of the competence issues. Performance deals with how efficiently [...]
I am slowly realizing that Barack Obama is the person who still continues to impress me — it has not stopped yet. He is truly one of the most amazing person I have seen in my life. This speech that he gave in Philadelphia early morning today brought tears to my eyes. He knows what [...]
Nicholas D Kristoff has done a op-ed piece in NYT with the title ‘Where Sweatshops are a Dream’ today. Very touching and very real description of a situation. He states: I’m glad that many Americans are repulsed by the idea of importing products made by barely paid, barely legal workers in dangerous factories. Yet sweatshops [...]