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Life if full of a million things that we remember and cherish, enough to not even fill "One Gargantuan Monkey Fist". This is a collection of those special,unique and funny events my life, thoughts on technology, F1 and the ying-yang of relationships.

Thursday, July 28, 2005

Who are these people ?

1) Checking my stats I see that various bloggers have referred me. When I goto their site, I don't find a link anymore. So if you read this and have blogrolled me or anything like that, please let me know, so I can return the favor.

2) Offshore Software Engineers Based In Cruise Ship off California

Who are these people ? And please don't answer it, its more of a rhetorical question. But the concept is amazing, although it has been borrowed from the casino boats that sail to international waters.

Also visit http://seacode.com. And a very interesting name, I must say.

3) Open source beer ? Isn't that pushing it too far ?
via (http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/technology/4718719.stm)

Students from the Information Technology University in Copenhagen are trying to help by releasing what they are calling the world's first open source beer recipe.

Read more about this beer at http://www.voresoel.dk/


Anonymous Anonymous said...

reminds me of a sivagasi match factory..


2:46 PM

Blogger dattaswami said...

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2:26 PM

Anonymous Anonymous said...

so, you mean to say, "Direct Deposit" our salary to Tirupathi a/c is the highest form of devotion?

So now, there is nothing that "money can't buy" :(

11:09 AM

Anonymous Anonymous said...

didn't mean to leave the above comment "anonymous"..

yeah, its me ;)

~ Barath

11:10 AM


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