Sunday, February 28, 2010


Well made.
Great performances.
Great story.


Thought for the Day

They say some people can't enjoy their present because they think too much about the past. I feel I can't enjoy my present because I think too much about the future.


Monday, February 22, 2010


the route


roopi, disha, nash, diti, jaya -- team monochromatic

lining up






roopi and disha successfully completed the race.
nash got a puncture and reached three minutes too late to ride the sea-link. diti accompanied him.
jaya got tired after carter road and wheeled home, waving.

Tuesday, February 16, 2010

The Sky Today

the sky today was so pretty, i couldn't help sticking my head out and driving.
worli sea face and sea link, worli


swamps behind mindspace, malad

Saturday, February 13, 2010


I love you
because no two snowflakes are alike
and it is possible
if you stand tippy-toe
to walk between the raindrops.
I love you
because I am afraid of the dark
and can't sleep in the light
because I rub my eyes
when I wake up in the morning
and find you there
because you with all your magic powers were
determined that
I should love you
because there was nothing for you but that
I would love you
~Nikki Giovanni

"Let's go over it all again"

Some people are like that.
They split up and then they think:
Hey, maybe we haven't hurt each other to the uttermost.
Let's meet up and have a drink.

Let's go over it all again.
Let's rake over the dirt.
Let me pick that scab of yours.
Does it hurt?

Let's go over what went wrong –
How and why and when.
Let's go over what went wrong
Again and again.

We hurt each other badly once.
We said a lot of nasty stuff.
But lately I've been thinking how
I didn't hurt you enough.

Maybe there's more where that came from,
Something more malign.
Let me damage you again
For the sake of auld lang syne.

Yes, let me see you bleed again
For the sake of auld lang syne.
~James Fenton

The irony of the relationship between technology and idleness

One of the purposes of everyday technology (mobiles, laptops, etc.) is to make us more efficient. But we rarely use our 'freed up&...