There are three or four categories of people who are hogging media glare. They are politicians, celebrities of entertainment industry, civil rights activists and a latest entry into this genre is IT entrepreneurs and top notch professionals.
It may be a just coincidence; but it has happened. With considerable thought only, I zeroed in "Change" as the topic for the month. In the meantime, I happened to read excerpts of Dr Abdul Kalam's book titled "Turning Points" in Hindu newspaper.
The US, one of the largest democracies in the world, is in an election mode. Kick-starting his re-election campaign recently, President Obama orchestrated his plans for making the US economy robust and strong. The upshot of his agenda is to make the brand "Made in USA" strong, appealing and acceptable to the people across the world...
The other day, a friend of mine asked me to give my take on the year just passed by - 2011. I had a doubt that he expected a short answer - either good or bad. I did not relent to his prodding and kept mum for a while. Had I said the year just left behind us was a good one, he would have thought that I was out of my senses.
Daydreaming, even while you have competing issues and challenges to attend, always is a nice interlude between reality and fantasy. That helps one to get away from mundane thoughts, repetitive boredom of life and directs one's creative energy towards some positive horizon, however Utopian be the thoughts that one is indulging in.
We all are familiar with e-commerce. From the user's point of view, books, flowers, equipments and many more such other things are regularly ordered through e-sites even within the country, not to speak of cross-country transportation.