Google is great. But then, people are even greater and now that Google is telling us more about what people are searching, things become even more interesting. For example, I had missed Neeta Ambani lifted by Harbhajan Singh yesterday and was searching for any pics of the moment online. But as I typed Neeta Ambani on Google, there was my surprise. Right after Wikipedia, it was Weight Loss that was attached to the name of Neeta Ambani, something like this.
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Twitter is a wonderful thing. You not only get great thoughts there, but you find great people. Today I found one of the best pics of the eclipse taking place outside, Courtesy Prashanth (@Geekoo). And now that I have the permission, here are the photos of 15th January 2010 Solar eclipse. Hope you like them as I did. (Hover the mouse over the pic for more detail about the photo)
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It’s almost sure it was spamming. And if it was, it was perfect.
Some time back I saw on Twitter than #AamirKhanLive was trending. I decided to take a look and found that Aamir Khan was actually live on a site called ustream and the link was there in all tweets. It surprised me a bit but I was more interested in watching the live chat and was able to catch the last few minutes on the site.
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So what is it all about?
When Harshit asked me if I was interested in writing a small series of posts about something I really like from the bottom of my heart, I took sometime before I said yes.
I had my own questions about my abilities, but then sometimes it’s just dil-logical (straight from the heart).
In this series of posts starting shortly, I will try to cover many aspects of photography, starting from the basics to slightly more advanced topics. Most of them will be from my personal experiences and I may get in some posts from my fellow photographers in flickr.com.
The whole point of this series of posts will be to “promote photography” as an effective way to lead a happier life!
That’s right… we are after all happysing.com. 🙂
It was the first time I got to see a movie celebrity. And it happened to be Ranbir Kapoor, who had come to Forum Value Mall at Whitefield here for the promotion of Rocket Singh. When I entered the mall at 3.30, the mall was already full of fans.
Forum administration had set a small stage in the center and were passing the time with random acts till the star arrived. During that time even I got some share of stage and sang a few lines. While a young-at-heart telecom called Raja stole the show with a wonderful rendering of kora kagaz tha ye man mera.
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