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* [The Meditations|http://classics.mit.edu/Antoninus/meditations.html] - By Marcus Aurelius - Written 167 A.C.E.
* [The Internet Classics Archive|http://classics.mit.edu/] - 441 searchable works of classical literature ( as of 2001 July 29 )
Nonviolence and us
This article appeared as one of two articles on the grimmest of workplace phenomena: homicide in Business Horizons/ March-April 1995.  The full extent of this problem appears subject to some debate, but no one who reads the newspapers or listen to CNN Headlines News escape the conclusion that violence is spilling over from the streets onto the job.  Thus, it seems quite appropriate - doubly so, in view of a forthcoming issue featuring an article from A.T. Kearney's research sizing up India as the "New Asian Tiger" - that we examine the following reflection by Mr. Arun Gandhi, grandson of the Mahatma, Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi.
In our headlong pursuit of the ideal life, people seem to matter the least[list in the source - what is correct?] - sometimes even our own people.  This sets the stage for much of the violence we experience in our daily lives.  Violence, we must understand, is not always physical.  We practice a great deal of passive violence: greed, selfishness, thoughtlessness, prejudice, bigotry, exploitation, suppression, oppression, hate, anger, and so on.  Building a "family tree" of violence, such as the one shown in the Figure, with passive and physical as the two offspring, is a revealing exercise.  This chart should adorn a wall at home so that all family members could participate in researching each act of passive violence committed.  This is an effective way of recognizing our weaknesses and searching for ways to turn them into strengths.
* [The Meditations|http://classics.mit.edu/Antoninus/meditations.html] - By Marcus Aurelius - Written 167 A.C.E.\
* Readings in Information Retrieval (Karen Sparck Jones, editor)
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2004 June 27: [How to write a better weblog|http://diveintomark.org/archives/2002/04/24/how_to_write_a_better_weblog] : .....Forget HTML, CSS, RSS, XML, OPML, Google boxes, and auto-linkbacks. Want a better weblog? Read Strunk and White’s [The Elements of Style].....
2004 May 16 : [Movable Type Migration Options - A Comparative Chart|http://www.megacity.org/blog/archives/001738.php]
2004 Mar 28 - Ronald Tanglao : [How Blogs Work in 7 Easy Pieces|http://www.streamlinewebco.com/blog/_archives/2004/3/23/28903.html]
2003 Nov 01 : Diego Doval : [an introduction to weblogs|http://www.dynamicobjects.com/d2r/archives/002399.html]
2003 Feb 14 - [Some things to keep in mind|http://www.fourstones.net/blog/2001_07_01_blogarchives.html#4737482]
* 2002 March 01 - [Ayurveda] is probably better than blindly thinking 'raw is good' !
* [Beyond Vegetarianism|http://www.beyondveg.com/] : Reports from veterans of vegetarian and raw-food diets, veganism, fruitarianism, and instinctive eating, plus new science from paleolithic diet research and clinical nutrition.
* March 29 - [We] came to Germany (from Malaysia) and hope to live here for atleast 5 years
[Marcel Proust] : Let us be grateful to the people who make us happy; they are the charming gardeners who make our souls blossom.
[George Harrison] : Everything else can wait but the search for God cannot wait, and love one another
Looking Back: 14 Years of Tips
It's a good first principle. And now that it is time for me to yield this space, I thought to compress into the allotted 1,200 words other nuggets I have derived from 613 weeks — I did take vacations — of sometimes furious research. So here goes.
Anant Chaturdashi
In Search of Anant
Anant promised Kaundinya that if he made the 14-year-vow, he would be free from all his sins, and would obtain wealth, children and happiness. Then Anant disclosed the meaning of what Kaundinya had seen during the search. Anant explained that the mango tree was a brahmin, who in a previous life had acquired plenty of knowledge, but had not communicated it to anyone. The cow was the earth, which at the beginning had eaten all the seeds of plants. The bull was religion itself. Now he was standing on a field of green grass. The two Lakes were two sisters who loved each other very much, but all their alms were spent on each other only. The donkey was cruelty and anger. Finally the elephant Kaundinya's pride. 
Science, Religion and the Big Bang Theory
But religion is very defensive, continuously searching for anything to cling to. The big bang theory says that in a sudden explosion, in a great flash of light, the world was created. Jump on it; you can always find some way, some logical way. You can say: "Yes, this is right, this is what we have been saying all along. God in the beginning said: 'Let there be light' -- and now the theory says there was a great explosion, the world was suddenly created."
Kishore Balakrishnan - Resume
* 2000 February to 2001 March - SAP Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur
Hindu Temples in Germany
* Hamm - Sri Sithivinayagar Tempel Hamm e.V., Ferdinand Poggel Str. 25, 59065(/7 ?) Hamm. Phone: 02381-162686 - Open 9am-8pm - Archanai : 10-12am, 6-8pm - Poojai: 10am, 6pm - Uthsavam: 13 June 2002 - On June 10-12, 1994, sixteen Sri Lankan Sivacharyas performed the elaborate kumbhabishekam rituals to install Lord Ganesha in the recently completed Siddhi Vinayaga temple in Hamm, Germany. Devotees attending reported a powerful presence of Ganesha, saying that it was as if they were at the Kumbalavalai temple in Jaffna, A gift from Kauai Aadheenam was a three-foot tall, 1,100-pound Siddhi Vinayaga murthi-so far the largest Ganesha murthi in Europe-exquisitly carved in Mahabalipuram, South India. It arrived in Hamburg Harbor on March 1st and was ceremoniously paraded to Hamm. In appreciation, the devotees brought their Satguru, Subramuniyaswami, from Hawaii to attend the temple consecration as the guest of honor. - The temple is within an old metal-working warehouse of 2,500 sq. feet. It was designed as a small replica of the famed Nallur temple, near Jaffna. Also housed in the temple are shrines to Lord Muruga, Durga, Siva-Parvati, Bhairava and the navagraha. This temple is the newest of ten Hindu temples in Germany.
[Osama bin Laden|http://www.google.com/search?q=osama+bin+laden] [brushes teeth|http://news.independent.co.uk/world/middle_east/story.jsp?story=93624] with [Miswak|http://www.islam.tc/Miswaak/] stick while I use [Balsara's Meswak toothpaste|http://www.balsara.com/toothpaste.htm]
Practice of Meditation
In his book, "Concentration and Meditation", holy Master Sivananda presents a most beautiful scene to illustrate what is meant by concentration. In this, Dronacharya tests the power of concentration of his students, the Pandavas. A basin of water is placed on the ground. Above, a clay bird is kept rotating. The archer hat to hit the bird by looking at its reflection in the water.
Man himself is God and the entirety of Sadhana (spiritual practices) is meant to enable man to realise his God-nature, to realise that the God he has been searching for is his own Self. Initially, Yoga Sadhana purifies the mind. Later on, the seeker uses this purified mind, to concentrate and meditate on the God within; and at the deepest point of meditation, the purified mind melts in the God within and is itself lost there, destroyed there. And only God remains. Being remains. God-consciousness remains. A telling analogy given in the Yoga texts is the dry twig used in kindling a fire, where the twig itself is ultimately consumed in the fire. The purified mind is like this twig. It helps to kindle the fire of God-consciousness within, and in the process, is itself destroyed in that fire. In Samadhi (superconscious state), the mind melts in Brahman as camphor melts in fire. The separate identity of the individual soul vanishes. Only Sat-Chit-Ananda (Existence- Consciousness-Bliss Absolute) prevails.
Bhaja Govindam
sakR^idapi yena muraari samarchaa
kriyate tasya yamena na charchaa .. 20..
"Innersearch" travel-study programs, which he conducted periodically to
craftsmen, Zen and Hindu abbots and yogis. In recent years his Innersearch
In the 80s, often as part of his Innersearch programs, he conducted Hindu
religions to make inroads and converts. During that Innersearch, Gurudeva
Hundreds of such sessions are archived there (see http://www.gurudeva.org/)
raised, and India's greatest living architect, V. Ganapathi Sthapati, was
At the moment when Nepal changed from a monarchy to a democracy in 1990, his
inner experience. His staff researched thousands of topics and consulted
last Innersearch travel-study program, he visited many of these communities
Innersearch program which included India and Sri Lanka. Over the next few
set up a monastery on a 12-acre parcel at Riviere du Rempart. Hundreds of
Herbs & Spices
A tropical American plant with roots that yield edible starch known as Arrowroot Powder. It has been used by American Indians to absorb poison from wounds.
* Biosphere Reserves are vast areas of archetypal landscapes which have either remained untouched or have been cultivated and developed by man. >>> 17
* http://www.europarc-deutschland.de/
[The Power of Mantra Meditation|http://www.mantra-meditation.com/search-for-happiness.html]
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[web archive of carnatic.com|http://web.archive.org/web/*/http://www.carnatic.com] is cool...
Is life really meaningless?
Life is today! Tomorrow is death. So when you come across death, it is a great shock that life has gone by and you have not been able to find any meaning in it. And now there is no tomorrow left, and you are accustomed to search for meaning in the tomorrows. But you have been told about, taught about, prepared for, tomorrows.
The algebra of infinite justice
The US government, and no doubt governments all over the world, will use the climate of war as an excuse to curtail civil liberties, deny free speech, lay off workers, harass ethnic and religious minorities, cut back on public spending and divert huge amounts of money to the defence industry. To what purpose? President Bush can no more "rid the world of evil-doers" than he can stock it with saints. It's absurd for the US government to even toy with the notion that it can stamp out terrorism with more violence and oppression. Terrorism is the symptom, not the disease. Terrorism has no country. It's transnational, as global an enterprise as Coke or Pepsi or Nike. At the first sign of trouble, terrorists can pull up stakes and move their "factories" from country to country in search of a better deal. Just like the multi-nationals.
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Azim Premji's Success Recipe
By the 1970s, the world's knowledge base doubled every seven years. Information researchers predict that by the year 2010, the world's codified knowledge will double every 11 hours.
I suffer immensely from loneliness....
You will be surprised that different religions have given different names to the ultimate state of realization. The three religions born outside of India don't have any name for it because they never went far in the search for oneself. They remained childish, immature, clinging to a God, clinging to prayer, clinging to a savior. You can see what I mean: they are always dependent -- somebody else is to save them. They are not mature. Judaism, Christianity, Islam -- they are not mature at all and perhaps that is the reason they have influenced the greatest majority in the world, because most of the people in the world are immature. They have a certain affinity.
Saraswathi Poojai
Archana :-
Archana (Optional) - 108 names
What is the meaning of Life?
Life in itself has no meaning. Life is an opportunity to create meaning. Meaning has not to be discovered: it has to be created. You will find meaning only if you create it. It is not lying there somewhere behind the bushes, so you can go and you search a little bit and find it. It is not there like a rock that you will find. It is a poetry to be composed, it is a song to be sung, it is a dance to be danced.
And second thing: sometimes it happens that you search for the meaning because you have already concluded. Out of a conclusion you search for it. You have already decided what meaning should be there, or has to be there... and then you don't find it.
He is missing meaning because of his idea. Let your inquiry be pure. Don't move with any fixed idea. Go naked and nude. Go open and empty. And you will find not only one meaning -- you will find a thousand and one meanings. Then each thing will become meaningful. Just a colored stone shining in the rays of the sun... or a dewdrop creating a small rainbow around itself... or just a small flower dancing in the wind.... What meaning are you searching for?
Meaning has to be created. And meaning has to be searched for without any conclusions. If you can drop your knowledge, life will suddenly take on color, it will become psychedelic. But you are continuously carrying the load of your scriptures, books, theories, doctrines, philosophies... you are lost in all that. And everything has become mixed, hotchpotch. And you cannot even remember what is what.
Why is love so painful?
The man who is without love is narcissistic, he is closed. He knows only himself. And how much can he know himself if he has not known the other, because only the other can function as a mirror? You will never know yourself without knowing the other. Love is very fundamental for self-knowledge too. The person who has not known the other in deep love, in intense passion, in utter ecstasy, will not be able to know who he is, because he will not have the mirror to see his own reflection.
One has to go into love. That is the first step towards God, and it cannot be bypassed. Those who try to bypass the step of love will never reach God. That is absolutely necessary because you become aware of your totality only when you are provoked by the presence of the other, when your presence is enhanced by the presence of the other, when you are brought out of your narcissistic, closed world under the open sky.
Modern man is living in a dark cell; it is narcissistic. Narcissism is the greatest obsession of the modern mind.
And that neurosis is coming from your narcissistic stagnancy. Everyone is stuck with one's own illusion of having a separate self; then people go mad. And this madness is meaningless, unproductive, uncreative. Or people start committing suicide. Those suicides are also unproductive, uncreative.
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Knowledge Management
[Personal Knowledge Management : Who, What, Why, When, Where, How?|http://www.anderson.ucla.edu/faculty/jason.frand/researcher/speeches/PKM.htm] : "...we begin with data, add context to get information, add understanding to get knowledge, and add judgment (values) to get wisdom..."
Philip Greenspun
started a research lab here for Orange, the mobile phone company.
research. Research means attacking problems that you don't know how to solve.
fronts). But it is tough to get customers to pay for research. They want
As far as Web development goes, most Web sites suck due to (1) a bad philosophical conception of what the site should do, (2) page flows that require lots of extra clicks, (3) confusing information architecture. None of these problems relate in any way to the language in which an individual URL is implemented.
Saravanan Natarajan
2002 March 14 : :-)
([via|http://www.livejournal.com/users/msram/day/2001/11/07] [Mahesh Shantaram]) [Carlton Vogt]'s [Ethics Matters|http://www2.infoworld.com/cgi/component/columnarchive.wbs?column=ethics]
Today is [Sri Skanda Sashti] - [Kanta Shasti Vratam|http://murugan.org/research/senthilwerl2.htm]
[Richard Fritzson] [reacts|http://www.interesting-people.org/archives/interesting-people/200111/msg00189.html] to article [Study of Disputed Florida Ballots Finds Justices Did Not Cast the Deciding Vote|http://www.interesting-people.org/archives/interesting-people/200111/msg00183.html] by starting 'This is a pretty outrageous headline for this story.'
Swami Vivekananda
[Swami Vivekanda: What Have I learnt?|http://www.geocities.com/Athens/Olympus/5208/vedanta/learnt.html] (Delivered at Dacca, 30th March, 1901)
Relative and Absolute Happiness
-- Searching for absolute happiness... attend course at [Self Levitation Centre] --
Who am i?
"Who am I?" is the title given to a set of questions and answers bearing on Self-enquiry. The questions were put to Bhagavan Sri Ramana Maharshi by one Sri M. Sivaprakasam Pillai about the year 1902. Sri Pillai, a graduate in Philosophy, was at the time employed in the Revenue Department of the South Arcot Collectorate. During his visit to Tiruvannamalai in 1902 on official work, he went to Virupaksha Cave on Arunachala Hill and met the Master there. He sought from him spiritual guidance, and solicited answers to questions relating to Self-enquiry. As Bhagavan was not talking then, not because of any vow he had taken, but because he did not have the inclination to talk, he answered the questions put to him by gestures, and when these were not understood, by writing. As recollected and recorded by Sri Sivaprakasam Pillai, there were fourteen questions with answers to them given by Bhagavan. This record was first published by Sri Pillai in 1923, along with a couple of poems composed by himself relating how Bhagavan's grace operated in his case by dispelling his doubts and by saving him from a crisis in life. 'Who am I?' has been published several times subsequently. We find thirty questions and answers in some editions and twenty-eight in others. There is also another published version in which the questions are not given, and the teachings are rearranged in the form of an essay. The extant English translation is of this essay. The present rendering is of the text in the form of twenty-eight questions and answers.
All the texts say that in order to gain release one should render the mind quiescent; therefore their conclusive teaching is that the mind should be rendered quiescent; once this has been understood there is no need for endless reading. In order to quieten the mind one has only to inquire within oneself what one's Self is; how could this search be done in books? One should know one's Self with one's own eye of wisdom. The Self is within the five sheaths; but books are outside them. Since the Self has to be inquired into by discarding the five sheaths, it is futile to search for it in books. There will come a time when one will have to forget all that one has learned.
The Invisible Future: The Seamless Integration of Technology into Everyday Life
>all technical, research, and leadership principles and practices needed to
We used to call him Mouli - He is maintaining a [Weblog|http://86400.weblogs.com/].we had been to so many places together with Mouli. Looking forwad to go to [Saalzburg|http://translate.google.com/translate?hl=en&sl=de&u=http://www.salzburg.com/&prev=/search%3Fq%3Dsalzburg%26hl%3Den/] next weekend to celebrate [kishore's|http://www.carnatic.com/kishore/] Birthday on sunday 25th of November.
Arbeit Macht Frei
Visit http://www.google.com/search?q=arbeit+macht+frei and see for yourself what it means !
Christina Wodtke
is an [Information Architect|http://www.eleganthack.com/blog/archives/00000069.html]
[Information Architecture and User Centered Design Reading List|http://www.eleganthack.com/reading/index.html]
# arc de triomphe de l'etoile
Read It and Think It
5.The answer is Charcoal. In Homer Simpson's words:hmmmm...Barbecue.
Sri Skanda Sashti
[Kanta Shasti Vratam|http://murugan.org/research/senthilwerl2.htm]
Kuala Lumpur
# Woods Bio Marche - Lot G-02, Ground Floor, Wisma Bukit Bintang, 28, Jalan Bukit Bintang, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 55100 - 603-21431636
Carlton Vogt
([via|http://www.paradox1x.org/weblog/kmartino/archives/000818.shtml#000818] Karl Martino) [Making the Case for PHP at Yahoo|http://public.yahoo.com/~radwin/talks/yahoo-phpcon2002.htm]
by [Tom DeMarco] and [Timothy Lister]
([via|http://www.paradox1x.org/weblog/kmartino/archives/000758.shtml#000758|] [Karl Martino]) [Introduction to Computer Science using Java|http://chortle.ccsu.ctstateu.edu/cs151/cs151java.html]
Bjarne Stroustrup
Jeyaalaki Arunagirinathan
[Tiruppukal as classical music and its role in the cult of Murukan|http://murugan.org/research/arunagirinathan.htm]
[Tirumurukarruppatai's place in the Saiva Canon|http://murugan.org/research/jeya_arunagirinathan.htm]
* (who said it) Love isn't about finding someone perfect; it's about learning to love an imperfect person perfectly. [comment|http://www.sathanurdam.com/radhika/index.jsp?Menuchoice=blog/2002_06_23_radhika_archive.html#78154241]
* [Four Things that Can Kill a Marriage|http://marriage.about.com/library/blqukillmarriage.htm] : sarcasm , contempt , stonewalling , an unwillingness to meet a spouse's requests
* [Benjamin Alan] : [In Need of Marital Advice|http://www.benjaminalan.com/archives/000005.html] : .....My current source of bewilderment comes from this question that is frequently posed to me: "How much do you love me?".....
The Ten Marks of a Happy Marriage
5. INTIMACY: Marriage is 'incarnation'. When God wanted to communicate his love for us he sent Jesus to embody that love. Jesus loved people like God loves us. This truth will appear and re-appear like a refrain throughout this book: God loves us before we deserve to be loved. He loves us even though he knows us intimately. So it is in a good marriage. As we are utterly transparent with one another - we have already promised to love 'for better or for worse' - we learn to 'know' and love the other with their imperfections and faults, not after their removal! But if unsure of your parent's love, you may marry to find a kind of paternal/maternal love from your partner, which complicates the relationship. Here we must be very honest. Most women, I believe, are engaged in a life-long search for a strong nurturing father-figure; most men marry a wife to find a responsive nurturing mother-figure. Now you are allowed to have your own feelings about all this, and to express them: 'feelings are neither right nor wrong'. Figure out which feelings, wishes and thoughts come from within yourself, and which from your partner. Marriage fights are usually more about the past than the present! For example if one's parents were tidy/perfectionistic we'll have to figure out why we are the same or the opposite!
[Year-End Google Zeitgeist|http://www.google.com/press/zeitgeist.html] : Search patterns, trends, and surprises
[Babylog|http://babyblog.org/] [:|http://babyblog.org/archive/archive.php?12/10/2001_7807035] [W. Bruce Cameron] : [The 8 Simple Rules for Dating My Teenaged Daughter]
[Stephen Palmer] : If you happen to be looking for a technical architect, project director or development manager to produce a high quality result, I have absolutely no hesitation in recommending [Jeff De Luca] to you.
[IBM's Test-Tube Quantum Computer Makes History|http://www.research.ibm.com/resources/news/20011219_quantum.shtml] : ...Scientists at IBM's Almaden Research Center have performed the world's most complicated quantum-computer calculation to date. They caused a billion-billion custom-designed molecules in a test tube to become a seven-qubit quantum computer that solved a simple version of the mathematical problem at the heart of many of today's data-security cryptographic systems...
[Why we have a terrorism problem with our airlines|http://www.interesting-people.org/archives/interesting-people/200112/msg00227.html] : ...the FAA had come down hard on the airport only because 1,000 badges was too many, in that regulations permit that airport to have only 500 unaccounted-for access badges....
[Google] [unveils huge archive of USENET back to 1981|http://www.google.com/googlegroups/archive_announce_20.html]
[First mention|http://www.google.com/googlegroups/archive_announce_20.html] of [Google] is by [Chris Mitchell]. He doesnot actively maintain [The Searcher's Road Less Travelled|http://home.teleport.com/~lensman/roadless.htm]
[Derk Richardson] : [Eight Things I Learned|http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?file=/gate/archive/2001/12/06/derk.DTL] from [George Harrison]
[Benjamin Kuipers] has [a possible solution|http://www.interesting-people.org/archives/interesting-people/200112/msg00061.html] to the Arab-Israeli Conflict
I am in [The Search for Beauty] in [An English Country Garden|http://www.alfresco.demon.co.uk/]
"For his([Christopher Alexander]) Ph. D. Thesis, later published as the book [Notes on the Synthesis of Form], he was awarded the first Gold Medal for Research by the American Institute of Architects."
Sushma always wondered about [Cops get(ting) speeding tickets from cameras|http://www.interesting-people.org/archives/interesting-people/200112/msg00002.html]
George Harrison
He often said, 'Everything else can wait but the search for God cannot wait, and love one another'
Skandha Sashti
The Search for Beauty
[Articles] > The Search for Beauty
Corporate Rebels
Notes on the Synthesis of Form
This is one of the most seminal books written about the design process. Alexander creates a carefully reasoned case for why design as we know it doesn't really exist and how we should re-examine the process. He is a professor of architecture at Berkeley and his opinions have made him somewhat of a pariah in the scholarly world of architecture. His thesis is that good design only comes about by discarding bad design and then doing it over. This is empirically correct but anathema to the establishment. Amusingly, the findings in the book are rejected by none other than the author himself in the preface to the second edition, but I suggest we just attribute that to artistic pique and ignore it. On page 88, Alexander presents a very interesting diagram. He doesn't name it, but I call it a "unified image" because it combines in one image what he terms the "formal description" and the "functional description". It poses a theoretical design ideal because the single image conveys not only how it works, but what it is. His definitions of the self-conscious and the un-self-conscious design processes are remarkably insightfully delineated. You will never think of design in the same way after you read them. The book is dense and wanders into the weeds near the end, but it contains some of the most provocative prose and durable analogies about crafting design solutions ever written. As an indication of its influence, it is also cited by three of the other authors in this bibliography: Heckel, Norman, and DeMarco & Lister. The latter say "[it] is considered a holy book by designers of all kinds." Unfortunately, Notes is now out of print, but absolutely worth a trip to the library or the used book store. Alexander describes a physical model consisting of programmed lightbulbs to get across the concept of interacting systems and how they disturb each other. I have long imagined that some energetic soul should translate Alexander's design into a program. It would be a fun teaching tool.
ONLIFE, Online
Why the future doesn't need us.
Bill Joy
He has been a leading designer of Sun's key technologies, including Solaris software, SPARC® microprocessors and Java technology.
[Why the future doesn't need us|http://www.wired.com/wired/archive/8.04/joy.html]
Peter Longo
[ThumbDrive 2 Smart|http://www.trekstorusa.com/thumbdrive_2smart.htm] : .....The ThumbDrive 2 Smart takes the ThumbDrive product family to the next level. Whether you use the ThumbDrive to transport data from one computer to another, or to backup and archive data, the ThumbDrive 2 Smart with USB 2.0 High Speed technology does the job well, and FAST!.....
Mudda Moopan
Moopan, considered an authority on tribal medicine, is much sought after by researchers. It is being reported the Karumba chieftain once tamed a violent elephant with a medicinal plant.
Mark Pilgrim
2003 01 19 [Influences|http://diveintomark.org/archives/2003/01/19.html#influences]
[happy half-birthday|http://diveintomark.org/archives/2002/05/24.html#halfbirthday] :-)
Good Karma
[Mark Pilgrim] : [Hired|http://diveintomark.org/archives/2001/10/23/hired] : ...Welcome to my weblog. I hope you enjoy it. I just got hired for it...It’s the sum of my experiences, a side project of no apparent consequence, a Dave Winer link on a Sunday, a crossing of divergent paths, a lucky break. I’d call it good karma, except that karma is supposed to manifest itself over many lifetimes. It’s not like a crash diet; you’re not supposed to see results within 3 weeks. Maybe I’m the exception that proves the rule...
To the spiritual aspirants this day has a special significance. The six-month period during which the sun travels northwards is highly favourable to them in their march towards the goal of life. It is as though they are flowing easily with the current towards the Lord. Paramahamsa Sannyasins roam about freely during this period, dispelling gloom from the hearts of all. The Devas and Rishis rejoice at the advent of the new season, and readily come to the aid of the aspirant.
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Free Speech
The Masquerade Of Charity
when YOU do it, I'm searching for the selfishness. Even if it is only
Shree Mahasivarathri
THIS FALLS on the 13th (or 14th) day of the dark half of Phalgun (February-March). The name means “the night of Shiva”. The ceremonies take place chiefly at night. This is a festival observed in honour of Lord Shiva. Shiva was married to Parvati on this day.
It begins about ten days before the full moon of the month Phalgun (February-March), but is usually only observed for the last three or four days, terminating with the full moon. This is the spring festival of the Hindus. In the spring season all the trees are filled with sweet-smelling flowers. They all proclaim the glory and everlasting beauty of God. They inspire you with hope, joy and a new life, and stir you on to find out the creator and the Indweller, who is hiding Himself in these forms.
Ramnavami or the birthday of Lord Rama falls on the 9th day of the bright fortnight of the month of Chaitra (March-April).
5. On the final or Ramnavmi day, there is a grand worship of Lord Rama in the gorgeously decorated temple. All the Vedic rituals including Laksharchana are performed.
Hanuman Jayanti
His birthday falls on Chaitra Shukla Purnima (the March-April full moon day).
Sathyakama Sandilya
is with [Siemens Corporate Research|http://www.scr.siemens.com/] in USA
For four years I had the privilege of working for Jeff De Luca. From 1995 to 1997 I was a development team lead on a large C++ project where Jeff was the development manager. Then from 1997 to 1999 I was the development manager on a large Java project in Singapore where Jeff was the project manager and chief architect. On this second project I watched Jeff's drive and ability transform the project from disaster to success.
If you happen to be looking for a technical architect, project director or development manager to produce a high quality result, I have absolutely no hesitation in recommending Jeff to
Enlightened Self-Interest
* http://www.google.com/search?q=enlightened+self+interest
Kevin Michael Barbieux
[via|http://www.paradox1x.org/weblog/kmartino/archives/000761.shtml#000761] [Karl Martino]
[2002 Year-End Google Zeitgeist|http://www.google.com/press/zeitgeist2002.html] : Search patterns, trends, and surprises
Kevin Carter
Jace Herring
[bloghosts.com archive on 2004-12-31|http://www.kishore.org/2004/bloghosts-closed-for-business-20041231-0700.htm]
[bloghosts.com archive on 2005-01-18|http://www.kishore.org/2004/bloghosts-closed-for-business-20050118.htm]
2005-01-19 : received a mail from Rob > http://www.crabapplelane.net/roblog/archives/001645.php : .....He([Jace Herring]) owes me money for the unused portion of the service I paid for. He also doesn’t respond to requests.....
Malarraj Sudanthiramani
Try http://www.google.com/search?q=malarraj+sudanthiramani :-)
[Rebecca Blood] [:|http://www.rebeccablood.net/archive/2002/01.html#07e] "I think you may be interested in [viviculture]: it is weblog as an exercise in mindfulness. Kurt's statement of principles especially resonates with me."
[John Dingell] (after he was [forced to strip!|http://www.newsday.com/news/politics/wire/sns-ap-congressman-searched0108jan08.story]) "I asked Norman to check to see if they treated me like they do everybody else," Dingell said. "I just wanted to be sure that what they did was necessary, that I got the same treatment, no better or no worse, than anyone else."
[Karl-Erik Sveiby] [:|http://www.businessworldindia.com/archive/200306/Strategy2.htm] "You don't need to interview me. Simply read the [Upanishads]. They knew all about it long before I did"
[Russell Lipton] [:|http://static.userland.com/userLandDiscussArchive/msg018410.html] "...There is an inherent degree of [serendipity] in Web-learning that routes around this kind of thing..."
People are searching for interesting phrases at [Google] like [a way of life that does not consist of taking away from someone else|http://www.google.com/search?q=a+way+of+life+that+does+not+consist+of+taking+away+from+someone+else] and the first hit is [Quotations|http://kishore.editthispage.com/stories/storyReader$5] at my ex-weblog :-)
[Marcel Proust] : Let us be grateful to the people who make us happy; they are the charming gardeners who make our souls blossom.
[Paul Graham] is working on [Arc]
mmm... Is anyone researching "What is the average number of days before everyone writes 2002 instead of 2001" !
[Marcel Proust] : Let us be grateful to the [people] who make us happy; they are the charming gardeners who make our souls blossom.
Discourse on the method
* 2003 November 19 - ([via|http://jeremy.zawodny.com/blog/archives/001073.html] [Jeremy Zawodny]) : [MaxDB (from MySQL & SAP) is Available|http://www.mysql.com/press/release_2003_35.html]
* 2003 August 04 - [SAP realigns global R&D|http://www.infoworld.com/article/03/07/28/HNsaprandd_1.html] : ...Aims to meet customers' needs for industry-specific systems more quickly, cost-efficiently...SAP has established three new development organizations along with an "application platform and architecture group," which will develop standard technologies to be shared across the other three divisions...
[Sébastien Paquet] : [Personal knowledge publishing and its uses in research|http://radio.weblogs.com/0110772/stories/2002/10/03/personalKnowledgePublishingAndItsUsesInResearch.html]
[The Search for Happiness|http://www.sivanandadlshq.org/messages/searchappy.htm]
Paul Graham
[Programming] > Arc
Alan Kay
is one of the inventors of the Smalltalk programming language and one of the fathers of the idea of [Object-Oriented Programming]. He is the conceiver of the laptop computer and the architect of the modern windowing GUI.
Wired brings together two legendary minds: Alan Kay and Danny Hillis. [The result|http://www.wired.com/wired/archive/2.01/kay.hillis_pr.html] is a fast-forward, neuron-boggling, early-warning scan of times ahead.
Marcel Proust
[People] > Marcel Proust
"I might seem like a crazy storm chaser, but what I did was really a matter of necessity, at least to me. It was what I wanted to do with my life, really. - - - As it was, LiveJournal was expanding to the point where I couldn't really manage it without having LJ eat into my "day job" to an unacceptable degree. It's not as if I jumped in blindly - I had already helped LJ open source itself and expand to over 250K users before I left my job. I also put aside enough money to survive for quite awhile, though I have greatly cut back on expenses. That is an important aspect, really... you have to start businesses based on a lot of work, and it is your investment of work that pays off. You need to be willing to put in the work and keep your expenses painfully low until revenue starts coming in. Entirely too many businesses forget this, and that is why there are lots of dead dotcoms out there. - - - Ultimately, it isn't about money anyways, and money is an overused reason for going into business. If you are in it just for the money, you probably won't have the enthusiasm and drive to really succeed. Most people don't need a ton of money to survive, and those who do get a taste for money often find themselves the most in debt. Better to be able to simplify your life and concentrate on your interests and goals rather than become a slave to money, doing things you would rather not in pursuit of the elusive buck. If you are concentrating on providing a really good service and on developing good relationships with your customers, then you won't go too far wrong. - - - It's kind of like Google. They never have had to advertise their service, but they are a hugely popular search engine which doesn't have to advertise their service - their users do it for them. Those are the kind of services that everyone should be interested in starting - addictively good services. LiveJournal still has a way to go, but we're not too bad for the price..."
Dulce et decorum est
Men marched asleep. Many had lost their boots
Karl-Erik Sveiby
[Embrace Diversity|http://www.businessworldindia.com/archive/200306/Strategy2.htm]
* [Psychological Research Foundation, Inc|http://www.parksmed.com/psych/index.html]
* [The Internet Classics Archive|http://classics.mit.edu/] - 441 searchable works of classical literature ( as of 2001 July 29 )
John Stuart Mill
Wendell Berry
Berry, Wendell. "East Kentucky, 1967." Openings. Harcourt, Brace, and World: New York, 1968.
- - -. the Memory of Old Jack. Harcourt, Brace, and World: New York, 1974.
The Broken Ground. New York: Harcourt, Brace, 1965. A book of 27 poems.
The Memory of Old Jack. New York: Harcourt, Brace, 1965.
A Place on Earth. Boston: Harcourt, Brace, 1967. A book of fiction.
The Long-Legged House. New York: Harcourt, Brace, Jovanovich, 1972. A book of nonfiction.
The Country of Marriage. New York: Harcourt, Brace, Jovanovich, 1973. A book of 37 poems.
Farming: A Handbook. New York: Harcourt, Brace, Jovanovich, 1973. A book of 55 poems.
Working hard is overrated - http://www.caterina.net/archive/001196.html
http://www.randsinrepose.com/archives/2009/10/12/the_leaper.html : Life in a big or small company is an information game where you are judged by the amount and accuracy of your information. This game becomes more complex as you leave the individual contributor role for management, but even as an individual, you are expected to be aware of your surroundings and able to describe them to others.
"Yes. Search for the deepest inclination of your heart and follow it."
[Jeffrey Veen] : [Seven Steps to Better Presentations|http://www.veen.com/jeff/archives/000483.html]
Miraculous Messages from Water
The photographs and information in this article reflect the work of [Masaru Emoto], a creative and visionary Japanese researcher.
S.S. Nagarajan
is Senior Vice President (Agricultural Research), TAFE
intellectual property
Keith Parkins
I came across his pages searching for information about [Wendell Berry]...
The Hand That Rocks The Cradle Rules the World
A mother's place is within the home and not out in the world working. When she is in the home all day, she brings love and security to the children, sensitivity and stability to the husband. By raising her children, she changes the course of history. How does she do that? She raises strong children, good and intelligent children. They will grow up to be the great men and women in the community, the leaders of the nation. They will be the farmers, artists, businessmen, the teachers, the doctors, the lawyers, the architects, the presidents and, most importantly, the spiritual leaders. They will be the mothers, the homemakers and child-raisers, scientists and inventors, pioneers and poets, artists and sculptors and creators in all dimensions of life. It is such men and women who change the course of human history. This is the great power held by the mother and by no one else: to properly mold the mind and character of her children. And she trains her daughters to do the same by example and gentle guidance.
Heaven & Hell
At the top of a long hill, it was broken by a tall arch that glowed in the
arch that looked like mother of pearl, and the street that led to the gate
William Gates III, Chairman and Chief Software Architect, Microsoft Corporation, USA. : "It’s a healthy thing there are demonstrators in the streets. We need a discussion about whether the rich world is giving back what it should in the developing world. I think there is a legitimate question whether we are."
[Google] is searching 2,073,418,204 web pages. [GoogleWhacking!|http://www.sapinfo.net/goto/mar/7971/] >>> http://www.google.com/search?q=svarnasharira+body
Thomas Sydenham
"Fresh air was a new therapy in Sydenham's day. And today a search for pure air, pure raw milk, pure water, natural, unprocessed, unpreserved foods, unsprayed vegetables, nourishing whole-grain bread is too simple, too unpretentious to be extolled as a "new" therapy in treating disease."
[Osho] : IF you are born Mohammedan, you have to disappear as a born Mohammedan. If you are a born Hindu, you have to disappear as a born Hindu. You have to find your natural qualities- because only nature grows. Birth is accidental, birth determines nothing. It was coincidence that you were born in a home where people were Hindus - it is as much a coincidence as if they belonged to a particular political party. If your parents were Catholics you need not to be a catholic. You have to search for your own path; each one has to search for his own path.
Chris Pirillo
[The Bloggers's Manifesto|http://chris.pirillo.com/archives/week_2002_02_03.html#000380]
David Weinberger
[The Real Bloggers's Manifesto|http://www.hyperorg.com/blogger/archive/2002_02_01_archive.html#9725978]
Marcus Buckingham
[People] > Marcus Buckingham
[Marcus Buckingham Thinks Your Boss Has an Attitude Problem|http://www.fastcompany.com/online/49/buckingham.html]
Oh, Poor India!
Poor India ! Not only thy own journalists always run thee down, but most of the western press ignores thee, when it is not debasing thee: "a train full of Hindu 'extremistsâ was burnt", said an Agence France Presse dispatch dated Saturday 2d March, which went around the world. Full of Hindu "extremists" ? Do they mean to say that the forty innocent women and children who were burnt were "extremists" ? No self-respecting Government should allow such bias in foreign reporting: in China these press outfits would be immediately thrown out. But the worse is that this piece was probably written by an Indian stringer - and a Hindu at that - who wants to prove to his or her White Masters, that she is Whiter than the White, more Secular than the Secular. Oh, poor India.
[People] > Plutarch
|<a href=http://www.research.att.com/~north/cgi-bin/webdot.cgi/http://static.userland.com/gems/kishore/mentors.txt.map><img src=http://www.research.att.com/~north/cgi-bin/webdot.cgi/http://static.userland.com/gems/kishore/mentors.txt.gif ismap></a>
charcoal briquettes as good as any. The method isn't especially efficient,
Unconditional Acceptance
crisp March morning. It was just our way of sharing special play time
eyes were full of God's Light as he searched for acceptance. He
Leonardo Da Vinci
(1452-1519, Italian Inventor, Architect, Painter, Scientist, Sculptor)
Henning Kagermann
2005 March 09 - [Enemy at the Gates - Henning Kagermann, chief executive of SAP, talks to David Gow|http://money.guardian.co.uk/businessnews/story/0,1265,-1431002,00.html] : ...Henning Kagermann still looks like a physics professor, with his gray, curly hair, pensive, deep-set eyes behind old-fashioned, rimless glasses. He is, instead, an unusual chief executive with a disarming, self-deprecating humor, and he likes heavy metal and slips into concerts whenever he can. When he joined SAP in 1982 it employed 90 people and had revenues of DM24 million. Now it employs 33,000, turned over €7.5 billion last year when it had 26,000 customers in more than 120 countries...
Peter Zencke
Peter Zencke, a mathematician, joined SAP in 1984. As a member of the Executive Board since 1993, he is responsible for the development of new solutions for customer relationship management and the coordination of SAP's international research groups and development labs.
Vision Creates Great Leaders
cosmic ray research area that led to evolving the space
research programme for the nation. Both Dr Homi Bhabha and
space research station in the equatorial region. These two
was selected by the scientific community for space research
ionospheric research in upper atmosphere apart from study of
research. It did not move further because the nature of the
space science research. Dear children, science seeks truth by
establishment of the Indian Space Research Organization at
researcher and upcoming RealTime speaker
Carl de Marcken
[People] > Carl de Marcken
ITA Software
[Carl de Marcken] : [Inside Orbitz|http://www.paulgraham.com/paulgraham/carl.html]
Jonathan Livingston Seagull
source : http://diveintomark.org/archives/2002/03/15.html#only_you
Daniel Egnor
[Google's Search for Winner Ends|http://www.wired.com/news/technology/0,1282,52897,00.html]
Herbert Marcuse
[People] > Herbert Marcuse
One-Dimensional Man
by [Herbert Marcuse]
Sadhana is a lifelong process. Every day, every hour, every minute, is an onward march. Obstacles are innumerable in this great voyage. But, so long as you hold God as thy guide, there is nothing to worry about. You are sure to reach the other shore.
Wally Kuskoff
found while searching for [Dandruff]
Shelley Powers
first sight : [So Long, and thanks for all the posts |http://weblog.burningbird.net/archives/000370.php] : ...I need to walk among forest paths with thoughts other than "I must remember to post this"...
via [Mark Pilgrim] at [while you were out|http://diveintomark.org/archives/2002/07/29.html#while_you_were_out]
http://websg.org/archives/2009/10/summary-of-gov2.php : ..anyone who has thrown their lot in with us..
Edsger Wybe Dijkstra
via [Sathish|http://sathishr.blogspot.com/2002_08_01_sathishr_archive.html#79976955]
* http://www.carnatic.com/kishore/archives/000088.php
[Learn2 Get a Clean, Close, Comfortable (Facial) Shave|http://web.archive.org/web/20000824070737/http://learn2.com/05/0566/0566.asp]
[Mark Pilgrim] : [History of the Tilde|http://diveintomark.org/archives/2002/10/04.html#history_of_the_tilde]
[Ben Hammersley] : [Trackback in the saddle again|http://www.benhammersley.com/archives/003862.html] : List of TrackBack Implementations...
[source|] : http://www.vedicare.net/english/aamla.htm
It has dozens of valuable molecular constituents, such as phyllembic acid, putranjivain, and Vitamin C. Fresh Amalaki is one of the world best source of Vitamin C with up to 1400 mg of relatively heat stable vitamin C per 100 gm of fresh fruit. This vitamin C is naturally chelated with bioflavanoids and other unique molecules which increase its potency at least 10 times over synthetic Vitamin C. Recent research on Vitamin C confirms many of the traditionally known uses of Amalaki. It has been found that Vitamin C increases interferon, stimulates the immune system, is a powerful anti-oxydant (protects cells from free radical damage), helps to produce anti-stress hormones, and protects against cancer, degenerative diseases, and infections2.
6: Dhir, Haimanti, et al, Phytotherapy Research,v 4.(5), 1990
Bill Kearney
NR Narayana Murthy
[NEEDED, A VALUE SYSTEM WHERE PEOPLE ACCEPT MODEST SACRIFICES FOR COMMON GOOD - Western Values And Eastern Challenges|http://lakshmir.blogspot.com/2002_11_03_lakshmir_archive.html#84236029]
[via|http://www.evhead.com/archives/2002_11_01_arch.asp#85706156] [Evan Williams]
Hotel Equatorial Penang
An architectural marvel, the five star hotel which is surrounded by award winning landscaped gardens, offers 662 guestsrooms and suites, and 22 apartments.
International Children's Digital Library
When it is completed in about 5 years, the International Children's Digital Library will hold about 10,000 children's books from 100 cultures targeted at children from 3 to 13. Built by the Internet Archive, the largest library on the Internet and the University of Maryland's Human-Computer Interaction Lab, worldwide supporters include the Bibliotheca Alexandrina, the Finnish Institute for Children's Literature: Helsinki University Library; National Library Board of Singapore; National Library of Croatia; Swiss Institute for Child and Youth Media; the Swiss National Library; the National Library of New Zealand and the Zimbabwe Book Council. Brewster Kahl, digital librarian of the Internet Archive said universal access to all human knowledge and culture is within our grasps. "This project is bringing publishers, librarians and researchers together to make a system that works for children," Kahl said.
The University of Hard Knocks
March, 1996 [Etext #455]
searched and analyzed, the copyright letters written, etc. This
FTP directly to the Project Gutenberg archives:
ftp uiarchive.cso.uiuc.edu
applebutter on me--and coal oil and white-of-an-egg and starch and
limestone, charcoal and other textbooks. Then they corked it up and
the first time in its history. The hands marched down to the depot,
year, scarcely sleeping while drilling for a contest flag.
human research.
scarcely know whether to look up or down as I say that. He never
Israel, forward, march!"
that mountain sanctuary, for I was not searching for sublimity. I
was searching for relief. I was heartsick.
Garcia and will be handed around just us much. I have handed the book
From [God's Justice] : ...When you see wicked people living in lust and happiness while godly ones live in poverty and pain, let your trust in God be great and humble. Who are you, that you should have the impudence to know the ways of the All-wise One, or search the paths of the Incomprehensible? It is enough that you know what is required for your own righteousness. So be silent before God's righteousness, which is far beyond your grasp...
Oscar Romero
From [Holiday Thoughts] : ...Archbishop Oscar Romero of San Salvador was assassinated for speaking out on behalf of the poor...
Marc Benioff
[People] > Marc Benioff, chairman and CEO of salesforce.com
http://www.utm.edu/research/iep/d/diogsino.htm : ...It cannot be doubted, however, that Diogenes practiced self-control and a most rigid abstinence -- exposing himself to the utmost extremes of heat and cold and living upon the simplest diet, casually supplied by the hand of charity...
The Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy
From [E-Mail the Editor|http://www.utm.edu/research/iep/about.htm] : ...The IEP does not contain links to off-site web pages and so we must decline requests to include such external links... mmm...
The Programmers' Stone
([via|http://www.paradox1x.org/weblog/kmartino/archives/002814.shtml#002814]) [Karl Martino]
See my implementations of content management with multiple hierarchical categories : [Karmasaya|http://www.carnatic.com/karmasaya/index.php] and [World Wide Wisdom|http://www.carnatic.com/www/index.php]
[via|http://diveintomark.org/archives/2002/12/03.html#this_is_xfml] [Mark Pilgrim]
Demo or Die!
Respect All Adore One
are always searching for the proper adhikaris (qualified aspirants).
Iris Murdoch
[People] > Iris Murdoch ( http://www.kirjasto.sci.fi/imurdoch.htm ) [via Sathish|http://sathishr.blogspot.com/2002_12_01_sathishr_archive.html#85831003]
Ken Hirsch
([source|http://nopundit.blogspot.com/2002_12_15_nopundit_archive.html]) "I really dislike the fact that all blogs are in reverse chronological order."
[Mark Pilgrim] [:|http://diveintomark.org/archives/2002/12/19.html#dive_into_xml] [What is RSS?|http://www.xml.com/pub/a/2002/12/18/dive-into-xml.html] Congrats on getting paid directly for writing :-) (and why does the first page of the article not contain the expansion of the acronym ? - Am I missing something ?)
[Jeremy Zawodny]'s [tips for helping your employees to stay clear of innovation|http://jeremy.zawodny.com/blog/archives/000444.html#000444]
[Mark Pilgrim] : [The best present ever|http://diveintomark.org/archives/2002/12/24.html#the_best_present_ever]
Reverend Jim
[via Phil Ringnalda|http://philringnalda.com/archives/002433.php]
How to write better code
[Reverend Jim] explains [how to write better code|http://revjim.net/archives/2002/12/21/3956.php]
Graham Hancock
[Tamil Nadu's Ancient Cities May Predate Mesopotamian Civilization|http://www.hindustantimes.com/news/181_132193,000900020001.htm] : CHENNAI, INDIA, January 5, 2003: A British marine archaeologist Graham
The region, archaeologists say, has been built over and over again through
Institute for the Future
"Since 1968, the Institute for the Future (IFTF) has helped members make sense out of complexity. With 34 years of experience, IFTF researchers are experts in forecasting and mapping critical technological, demographic, and business trends and analyzing their implications for our members. In essence, we make sense out of alternative futures that are important to society, to help organizations make better decisions in the present.
Based in Menlo Park, California on Sand Hill Road, known as the Wall Street of the West, IFTF is an independent, non-profit research firm specializing in long-term forecasting."
[Reverend Jim] on 2003 January 17th, 2:16pm: [please help: Canadian citizen denied at US border|http://revjim.net/archives/2003/01/17/3979.php]
Jeremy Zawodny
[Jeremy Zawodny Biography|http://jeremy.zawodny.com/blog/archives/001333.html]
2003 01 31 : Divine Romance by Swami Yogananda is recommended... Searched... came across [The Divine Romance]
[Vegetarian Pho Redux|http://www.stuttercut.org/hungry/archives/dinner_reports/000135.html#000135]
Victor Stone
[Some things to keep in mind|http://www.fourstones.net/blog/2001_07_01_blogarchives.html#4737482]
[Mark Pilgrim] : [Addiction is...|http://diveintomark.org/archives/2001/09/22/addiction_is.html]
Ovidiu Predescu
[The First Week at Google|http://www.webweavertech.com/ovidiu/weblog/archives/000160.html] : ...To get familiar with the existing code, I've started prototyping an idea I had for a long time...The work environment is very free, engineers can contribute to internal projects as they wish. The cool thing is that most ideas that you see on the public Web site are driven by engineers. This freedom is something I enjoy very much, as I don't like being constrained by a particular project...
yourself. That's why there is so much insistence and so much search in yoga, Tao and
Marc Gafni
[People] > Marc Gafni
[Rabbi Marc Gafni on NewMorningTV|http://www.newmorningtv.tv/rabbimarcgafni.jsp] : ..."We all have a box, and in that box is our stuff, it's our things, and it's not our degrees and it's not our status, and it's not our job and it's not our piety, and it's not our religiosity, and it's none of our credits in the world...
In abundance prepare for scarcity.
[NeoIT] advises companies on how to relocate outside the US a wide range of their IT tasks, from network management to transaction processing. Last year, NeoIT’s fees were 275 million dollars. This year, it surpassed that figure in less than three months. Obviously this is not good news for IT employment. Research company Forrester estimates that 3.3 million service-sector jobs will leave the US for India, Russia, China and the Philippines over the dozen of so years. Associations representing software engineers and the like are angry but at least one industry watcher believes that companies have panicked because of the economy and that all but routine software jobs will return to the US. "Companies aren't thinking through whether long term this is going to be a viable business strategy. It's not easy communicating and coordinating with people of other cultures and other places," University of Southern California business school Professor Ravi Kumar opined to the San Francisco Chronicle.
Georg Feuerstein
[People] > Georg Feuerstein Ph.D., founder-director of the Yoga Research and Education Center (YREC), is internationally known for his many interpretative studies of the Yoga tradition.
Lakshmi Thathachar
M A Lakshmi Thathachar is formally a professor of Sanskrit and visually an orthodox brahmin. But study the man's work for the last 25 years and you will discover a man who reaches into Sanskrit texts to practice his farming, conservation, animal husbandry and even research into computer languages. At 68, he awaits young men to join him in creating new departures in computer science. Read a fascinating profile here:
Software Project Management
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Jonathon Delacour
[Vivacious|http://weblog.delacour.net/archives/2003/11/vivacious.php] : "You just have to accept him the way he is, and trust that what appears to be anti-social grumpiness is just quiet observation and reflection."
Michael Moncur
Searched for [php mysql weblog tutorial|http://www.google.com/search?q=php+mysql+weblog+tutorial] in Google and came across him
[Google Spyware|http://www.sidhe.org/~dan/blog/archives/000267.html] : ...Also makes me wonder how long before Google starts snagging the contents as seen in your browser in case the pages it tries to crawl aren't accessible...
Worldchanging 101: An Anniversary Collection http://www.worldchanging.com/archives/010573.html
[The Non-Expert: IKEA|http://www.themorningnews.org/archives/how_to/the_nonexpert_ikea.php]
Marcus Aurelius
[People] > Marcus Aurelius
Joe Fitzgibbon
came across Stone Age Diet when searching for additives...
[Jeremy Zawodny] : [Watch out Friendster, here comes Google's Orkut|http://jeremy.zawodny.com/blog/archives/001473.html]
[Mailam: A Murukan temple at the crossroads of myth and local culture|http://murugan.org/research/hernault.htm]
[Osho] : .....The first time I went to Khajuraho I went just because my grandmother was nagging me to go, but since then I have been there hundreds of times. There is no other place in the world that I have been to so many times. The reason is simple: you cannot exhaust the experience. It is inexhaustible. The more you know, the more you want to know. Each detail of the Khajuraho temples is a mystery. It must have taken hundreds of years and thousands of artists to create each temple. And I have never come across anything other than Khajuraho that can be said to be perfect, not even the Taj Mahal. The Taj Mahal has its flaws, but Khajuraho has none. Moreover, Taj Mahal is just beautiful architecture; Khajuraho is the whole philosophy and psychology of the New Man.....
Leta Elise Armstrong
[Heather Armstrong] : [Our Little Frog Baby - Leta Elise Armstrong|http://www.dooce.com/archives/daily/02_05_2004.html]
Robert Blackwill
architectural sweepstakes. It seems doubtful that we
Kalpana; the blend of Hindu and Islamic architecture
architecture with its creation, assimilation and
as the drops strike the parched earth. Like so much of
404 Research Lab - http://www.plinko.net/404/
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Edsger W. Dijkstra
[E.W. Dijkstra Archive: Obituary|http://www.cs.utexas.edu/users/EWD/obituary.html] : .....At Dijkstra's passage, let us recall Phaedo's parting remark about Socrates: "we may truly say that of all the men of his time whom we have known, he was the wisest and justest and best.".....
Foto Barchard
[Germany] > [Heidelberg] > [Companies] > Foto Barchard
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iRiver H340
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via http://www.dooce.com/archives/thinking/01_19_2005.html
Georg Kniese
[SAP appoints Georg Kniese as Joint Managing Director|http://www.siliconindia.com/shownewsdata.asp?newsno=27131&newscat=Technology] : ...BANGALORE: SAP Labs India today appointed Georg Kniese as Joint Managing Director. Based in Bangalore, Georg will oversee the research and development activities at SAP Labs India with current Joint Managing Director Martin Prinz...
It is a feast to the eyes and ears, reminiscent of the Trichur Pooram in a small way. The villages are decorated with buntings and arches. In the evening the whole village is turned in fairly land by coloured electric lighting. The temple is aglow with a million oil lamps around the prakaras. Flower decorations beauty and sanctity to the temple, while the sweet scent pervades the atmosphere. The deity and sanctum sanctorum receive special artistic treatment in the hands of Kasi who turns the Niramala and Niravilakku into something which belongs to Devaloka. The goddess Bhagawathy rediates a special charm and glows like a thousand sun, captivating every one with Her benign smile casting a spell on those who come to worship her. The evening Deeparadhana is a special sight to behold and there is no doubt that the entire atmosphere is transformed into a highly electrifying one. A feeling of intense bhakthi and devotion hithe~rto unknown descends on the devotees giving them a blissful feeling who stand entranced beholding the enchanting form of the deity and pouring out superlatives praising Her many qualities. There is no doubt that the all benevolent Devi responds to their devotion by showering her blessings as can be noticed from the satisfaction and peace descending on the faces of the devotees. After the Deeparadhana, recitation of Shyamaladandaka and Sahasrananla by the younger folks follows. Kelikottu, Thayampaka, Padakam and Chakyar Koothu follow this till late in the night to give mass entertainment. Again at midnight caparisoned elephants are taken out in procession through the village, importance being given to Pandi Melam. Lighted torches called ‘Panthams’ are the lighting media which throw off a reddish radiance. With this that day’s Navarathri festival concludes. The next day’s celebrations start all over again under the charge of the village which is next in the preassigned list.
HT: A current issue in medical ethics is stem cell research. Scientists
research. It is a waste of money and effort. It increases population.
[Discovering Düsseldorf - Part I|http://silenteloquence.blogspot.com/2005/04/discovering-dsseldorf-part-i.html] ([via trinetre|http://www.srijith.net/trinetre/archives/2005/04/26.shtml#000868])
Central Council For Research in Ayurveda and Siddha
[Etc] > Central Council For Research in Ayurveda and Siddha
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This is funny, because on a personal observation, everything I've seen correlates to exactly what Ogbu's research says. School is not childcare, and yet I've seen a lot of black parents that seem to think so.
The solution, then, is for Facebook to change its mindset. Until now, even Facebook’s positive steps—like taking down posts inciting violence, or temporarily banning the conspiracy theorist Alex Jones—have come not as the result of soul-searching, but of intense public pressure and PR fallout. Facebook only does the right thing when it’s forced to. Instead, it needs to be willing to sacrifice the goal of total connectedness and growth when this goal has a human cost; to create a decision-making process that requires Facebook leaders to check their instinctive technological optimism against the realities of human life.
# School holidays in Singapore during 2013 March 18 to 22
Montaigne called his book Essais; the French essayer means to attempt, to try out, and the rather archaic English to essay is cognate.
Operant Conditioning by Software Bugs @ https://blog.regehr.org/archives/861
A lot of the above could perhaps be summarized to find ways to be effective. The interesting part is how people find sources of power. One way is to invent it yourself, whether by finding a loophole, noticing a trend, or doing science. While there are a few places where it’s clear that investigating it may result in disproportionately better capabilities, this can run out of steam pretty fast. It may be possible to gain vitality by eating better, but the reward curve of doing nutrition research probably more resembles climbing the corporate ladder. Most often, the way to find a source of power is to hear of it from other people.
http://static.userland.com/userLandDiscussArchive/msg018400.html ... A [vision] has hit me...
The research into glyphosate and [autism] is alarming, and a larger topic for another time.
Project : Toxic Environmental Chemicals and Human Diseases - https://www.csail.mit.edu/research/toxic-environmental-chemicals-and-human-diseases
[davidgetoff] : https://naturopath4you.com/sweeteners-starches-and-alcohols/
Starches, Sugars, and Alcohol ... There are many sugar converters in modern diets , but the sabotage foods are those foods which rapidly convert into sugar and have a detrimental effect on your health and wellbeing ... These foods convert to sugar quickly in your body and raise your blood sugar too high and too fast causing an inflammatory response
Most people can jump-start their weight loss by cutting out all [starch]es, [sugar]s & [alcohol]s while consuming more [protein]s and [fat]s.
[SabotageFoods] > starch
[davidgetoff] : https://naturopath4you.com/sweeteners-starches-and-alcohols/
[davidgetoff] : https://naturopath4you.com/sweeteners-starches-and-alcohols/
2003 04 10 - The [Blumhardts|http://www.Blumhardts.com] : ...We live in a time of intense searching. Few are satisfied with what church and society have served up. We hunger for something more, for a faith with the power to transform ourselves and our world. Johann Christoph Blumhardt and his son Christoph Friedrich Blumhardt influenced a whole generation of Christian thinkers. But their message shatters the walls of conventional Christianity.
It’s the desire to learn that’s scarce
In our science and philosophy, even, there is commonly no true and absolute account of things. The spirit of sect and bigotry has planted its hoof amid the stars. You have only to discuss the problem, whether the stars are inhabited or not, in order to discover it. Why must we daub the heavens as well as the earth? It was an unfortunate discovery that Dr. Kane was a Mason, and that Sir John Franklin was another. But it was a more cruel suggestion that possibly that was the reason why the former went in search of the latter. There is not a popular magazine in this country that would dare to print a child's thought on important subjects without comment. It must be submitted to the D.D.'s. I would it were the chickadee-dees.
[Etc] > Research
So you want to be a Research Scientist
Defining what challenge suits your personality best can take a long time (years, in my case), and can change depending on where you are in your career and personal life. The great news for most of us in industrial research is that we don’t always have to make this a permanent career choice.

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