Monthly Archives: August 2010

SixthSense – the Path Breaking invention of a Young Indian scientist Pranav Mistry

Born in Palanpur, India, Pranav Mistry is one of the inventors of wearable gestural interface SixthSense that made waves all over the globe recently. The 29-year-old Mistry is a PhD candidate and research assistant at MIT Media Lab. SixthSense is … Continue reading

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The Fountainhead – a timeless essay on Individual ideology Vs Society conflicts

Written by Ayn Rand, The Fountainhead is a bestseller 1943 novel. The book was rejected by some 12 publishers before Archibald Ogden (a young editor with Bobbs Merrill Company) stressed on its publishing and got it done eventually. While most … Continue reading

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AR Rahman – the Mozart of Madras and his growing popularity

Sometimes back in the winters while reading through some posts in an online forum dedicated to music buffs, I confronted with a young fan’s ire. My mistake? I just thought to correct him on some of his musings on A … Continue reading

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Google Caffeine – Making Latest Information Quickly Available

  Google is unquestionably the most popular search engine. There may be anything that comes to your mind, with Google, you can satiate your curious soul with information on almost everything. But then the question is: do all the information … Continue reading

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Kieron Williamson – The Mini Monet who’s already made a big impression

This is just extraordinary! A boy, just 8 years old, is all set to give a rush to all those older and established painters. He is a child prodigy who is dubbed as Mini Monet owing to his extraordinary paintings … Continue reading

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