Death, be not proud: we have mercy petition

Afzal Guru and Azmal Kasab are the two persons who have the privilage of attacking the Indian state, getting a fair trial on Indian exchequer, getting food and shelter (albeit in jail), and yet be alive on this very soil even after getting death sentence. Yesterday, after pressure from various sources, Delhi government moved the […]

Dantewada violence: Is government sleeping, as we think?

Is the government sleeping or are the Naxals too smart to be identified and shot? This is one of the most basic and the first questions that comes to the mind whenever we hear of the killings related to the Naxalites. Morally, no government would ever want it’s own machinery getting killed in these petty […]

iPhone OS on Desktop and Laptop?

With more than 20 million iPhone and iPods already out and thriving, along with a million of iPads in the hands of consumers it’s a good proposition for Apple to move the iPhone OS to the desktop and laptops. In the April 2010 quarter against the above data for iPhone OS only 3 million Mac […]

Nadal- the MAN he is!

Nadal created history by winning three masters titles in a row(in a single season), making it 18th masters title of his career; one ahead of Agassi and two of Federer, before the French Open 2010. Defeating Federer in an almost easy way in straight sets to reclaim his number two status, Nadal showed how much […]

Super Sunday for Sports: Madrid Masters, Monaco and ICC WT20 finals

Roger-Rafa at it again Dream clay court clash… A preview of the Rolland Garros 2010… Or clash of king and prince? Whatever one calls it, it is going to be a great match ahead of the French Open 2010 which starts next sunday. Roger Federer looks in great touch at Madrid after his two clay […]

Microsoft office 2010 goes online

In an attempt to strengthen it’s market share, Microsoft has finally moved to cloud version of it’s popular Office software. With rival like Google Docs in sight it seems a good decision to popularize it’s already popular Office suit that was limited to the desktops. Microsoft has started an ‘online office’ suit which gives the […]

Cover it Live: The live thing in blogosphere

Once the event starts, one can create and event and go live. Going live means one can start posting text, audio, video and images from the vent as and when it happens. The date and time are posted automatically. The blogger can create a poll related to the event, comment on other person’s views as and when they comment, integrate twitter feeds and share the event via mail.