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See the HISTORY file for a rundown on the whole development process if that sort of thing really interests you :-)
Sushma Kishore
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Deepak Jayaraman
I am a management consultant working in Mumbai currently. Just moved into Mumbai in Jan 2001 before which I was posted at London for about a year and a half. My interests mainly lie in the area of sports. I am an avid cricketer and a Table Tennis player. During my stint in London, I picked up the art of juggling from one of the professional performers. Prompted by a friend of mine, I picked up a Canon EOS 300 camera which got me interested in photography. I have had the opportunity to visit places in continental Europe and the US ( thanks to my friends) and take pics of some scapes there. As far as my background goes, I am an engineer from IIT-Madras ( 93-97) and a PG Diploma in Management from IIM-Ahmedabad( 97-99)
What is the meaning of Life?
Have more interests in life. Don't be always a businessman. Sometimes play too. Don't be just a doctor or an engineer, or a headmaster, or a professor -- be as many things as possible! Play cards, play the violin, sing a song, be an amateur photographer, a poet.... Find as many things as possible in life, and then you will have richness. And meaning is a by-product of richness.
Meditation
[Interests] > Meditation
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Knowledge Management
[Interests] > [Knowledge] Management
Intuition
[Interests] > Intuition
Ayurveda
[Interests] > Ayurveda / [Health]
Rarely Asked Questions
[Interests] > Rarely Asked Questions
Cool Tools
[Interests]/[Computers] > [Tools] > Cool Tools
Prakash Sritharan
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Manufacturing
[Interests] > Manufacturing
The Ten Marks of a Happy Marriage
6. CONFLICT RESOLUTION: A survey among 700 marriage counselors found that 'communication breakdown' headed the list of marital problems (followed by loss of shared goals/interests; sexual incompatibility, infidelity, excitement and fun leaving the marriage, money, conflicts about children, alcohol/drug abuse, women's equality issues and the in-laws). Conflict arises because we bring different biographies, needs, interests, values, and lifestyles to our marriage. The trigger for a 'conflictual explosion' may include loss of a job, arrival of a new baby, an illness, moving to a new house, taking an aged parent into the home etc. Marriage breakdowns do not happen because of 'differences'; they happen because a couple can't handle those differences. Relationships do not cause conflict: they bring out whatever incompleteness we have within us anyway. Conflict is a contest of wills, but it ought not to be viewed as a power struggle or as a question of who is right or wrong. Gentle assertiveness is called for: 'speaking the truth in love' and asking about feelings that underlie the difficulty. Discuss with dignity, and sensitivity to the other's needs. 'If pride and prejudice were set aside, most difficulties could be resolved in five minutes.' Resolution may allow one partner or the other to have a 'veto' in certain areas: in our marriage, Jan has veto power in the kitchen, I do with the cars (except for their colour!). But re the issue of my ministry-time away from home, this was resolved in a family conference: I would not be away more than a third of the time; and would forego preaching engagements at least once a month to attend our local church with my wife and family. Some things important to you you'll have to concede - that is, compromise. Jan and I compromise on our leisure: I like competitive sports and swimming but she prefers walking so we walk more than we swim (and we rarely play tennis together!). And don't complain too much: your 'fussing' can be viewed as trivial by the other.
Poverty
[Interests] > Poverty
Enlightened Self-Interest
[Interests] > Enlightened Self-Interest
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Writing
[Interests] > Writing
Children
[Interests] > Children / [Parenting] / [Students]
Happiness
[Interests] > Happiness
Pearls
[Interests] > Pearls
"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..."
CRM
[Interests] > CRM
SCM
[Interests] > SCM
SRM
[Interests] > SRM
Gaia
[Interests] > Gaia
Growing together as a couple
At every anniversary, keep checking to see if you are growing together Ė what interests you and how you have grown in last few years. Make amends in the areas where you think you may have missed some opportunities for growth. You can use your favorite activities as your barometer to see how you are growing. Have you created any new interest recently? Have you learnt to appreciate new kind of music?
Seven
[Interests] > Seven
Kundalini
[Interests] > Kundalini - correct name is Kundali !
Cancer
[Interests] > Cancer
Pranayama
[Interests] > Pranayama
Karma Yogi
[Interests] > Karma Yogi
Prakash Sridharan
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Sanskrit
[Interests] > Sanskrit ( http://sanskrit.gde.to/ )
CPIM
[Interests] > CPIM
Courses
[Interests] > Courses
Arvind Swami
Arvind Swami is a Second Generation businessman with business interests in Global Trade, Engineering, Finance and Investments, Medical Diagnostics and Information Technology. He is also a highly recognized and critically acclaimed actor in India. He has been featured and reviewed in Time Magazine for his "soulful performances". Arvind is the winner of many awards including the Prime Minister's award for National Integration. He is a multi-faceted individual combining outstanding creative abilities with excellent business acumen. He is a member of many associations and business forums in India and abroad. He has a graduate degree in Business Studies and Management.
Bruderhof
[Interests] > Bruderhof
Spirituality
[Interests] > Spirituality
Vedas
[Interests] > Vedas
Theosophy
[Interests] > Theosophy / [Theosophist]
Kishore Balakrishnan 2002
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[Interests]
Scriptures
[Interests] > Scriptures
Ideas
[Interests] > Ideas
Googlert
You can use Googlert to automatically keep track of anything on the web. Many people use Googlert to keep track of what the web is saying about them, their interests or any projects they are involved in.
Breath
[Interests] > Breath
Configuration Management
[Interests] > Configuration Management is a process for establishing and maintaining consistency of a productís performance, functional and physical attributes with its requirements, design, and operational information throughout its life.
Charity
[Interests] > Charity is giving without expecting anything in return. Feeding a hungry person is the noblest of deeds... ( [agathiar.org : Charity|http://www.agathiar.org/links/charity.htm] )
Tantrism
[Interests] > Tantrism
Dhyana
[Interests] > Dhyana or [Meditation]
Deeksha
[Interests] > Deeksha is made up of two syllables: 'Dee' stands for 'Granting closeness to Shiva' and 'Ksha' implies 'Destruction of all past sins'. Thus, the initiation or Deeksha by the Siddha Guru is the gateway to experiencing the Ultimate. Thereafter one need not look for God outside, one shall experience Him within one's own Self. This is Self Realization. [Siddha Yoga Teachings|http://www.siddha-loka.org/teachings.htm]
Tantra
[Interests] > Tantra
Software Project Management
[Interests] > Software Project Management
orkut
http://www.orkut.com is an online trusted community web site designed for friends. The main goal of our service is to make the social life of yourself and your friends more active and stimulating. The community site allows friends to virtually come together, find common interests, share relevant information, and organize social events.
Anuradha Choudry
A person of varied interests, she has also won a scholarship from the University of Geneva to do a course in Human Rights.
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Power
I think itís a pretty simple effect. People with similar interests like to cluster, but people who also really care about improving will cluster further. They might be able to invent one or two sources of power on their own, but then they share it with the people around them ó who also have a secret or two. The effect compounds, with the benefits from sharing ideas dwarfing the loss of exclusivity. Just as IBM found their above-average testers becamedozens of times better when grouped together, what you get are communities that collectively have and share the best ways of doing things. So the way to get good at something is to simply find the right community and join it.
Now-20180719
[Words] / [Interests] > Now
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LifeWithoutPrinciple
So is the English Parliament provincial. Mere country bumpkins, they betray themselves, when any more important question arises for them to settle, the Irish question, for instance- the English question why did I not say? Their natures are subdued to what they work in. Their "good breeding" respects only secondary objects. The finest manners in the world are awkwardness and fatuity when contrasted with a finer intelligence. They appear but as the fashions of past days- mere courtliness, knee-buckles and small-clothes, out of date. It is the vice, but not the excellence of manners, that they are continually being deserted by the character; they are cast-off-clothes or shells, claiming the respect which belonged to the living creature. You are presented with the shells instead of the meat, and it is no excuse generally, that, in the case of some fishes, the shells are of more worth than the meat. The man who thrusts his manners upon me does as if he were to insist on introducing me to his cabinet of curiosities, when I wished to see himself. It was not in this sense that the poet Decker called Christ "the first true gentleman that ever breathed." I repeat that in this sense the most splendid court in Christendom is provincial, having authority to consult about Transalpine interests only, and not the affairs of Rome. A praetor or proconsul would suffice to settle the questions which absorb the attention of the English Parliament and the American Congress.

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