A long long time ago or five years (if you consider that long), a much younger version of Ajay and Ashwina went down to the Isle of Skye. This was pretty much our first big holiday as husband and wife which sparked a whole set of adventures that we have had over the past several
What does your gut tell you? How does it do so? What about those butterflies in your stomach? There is a strong relationship between what you eat and what you feel. Doesn’t eating a good meal get you in a better mood vs. eating a bad meal? The infographic below tries to explain the link
Who approves of the riots that the MNS rages in the name of Maharashtrians? Definitely not any of those I know who strictly condemn them. Are even Maharashtrians safe from this? Apparently not. In Goonda Raj, Marathi manoos and Mumbai Mirror editor Deepak Lokhande has related his experience of Tuesday where he bore the brunt
Live on the Bleeding Edge of WordPress with SVN explains how to keep your WordPress Blog running the latest sub-version build of WordPress. It is highly recommended that you do not use the sub-version builds in a production environment. They are meant for testers.
If you have been using Google Reader, you would have noticed that it doesn’t work with Opera as of now. However, there is a fix available for the same which is very easy to apply. Get hold of reader.js and save it to some location on your PC, e.g. C:Program FilesOperaprofilecache4 In Opera, visit http://www.google.com/reader/
WordPress 2.0 introduced a lot of additional features in the Write Post screen. One was the Post Preview sceen which now loads the entire post as if it would look on your site and this is a major bandwidth hog. Another addition was the Inline Uploading. I still use IImage Browser along with my Open
And once again I get into the great dilema of deciding what do I use to run my photo album. The last time I was in a similar dilema was when I had to choose between Gallery2 or Coppermine. I’ve always been toying with the idea of integrating the photo gallery within this blog itself.
I haven’t been very active in the Indian Blogosphere and so missed the entire discussion over Kiruba being the No. 1 blogger in India (according to Blogstreet). Patrix has expressed his opinion on Popularity in the Indian Blogosphere. He goes on to list several Indian blogs (including mine) according to their Technorati Ranking. His post