Thursday, 29 September, 2005


This guy certainly is not.

Lost Season 2 map

He's got a map et all.

And I thought I was obsessed with this show.

Oh well, more goodies for the rest of us.

Win Share

For any fellow baseball fanatics

Win Shares

Now only if someone could come up with something even remotely comprehenseive as these stats for cricket, I'll die a happy man.

Naah.. just kidding.. about the dying part

Wednesday, 28 September, 2005

Happy Birthday

Only fitting that a week before my own birthday, Google celebrates its.

Happy Birthday Google

And they are off to the markets...

Feeling bullish?

Original Content at yahoo finance

Pretty cool. Some famous faces offering free advice. You can bet people are gonna be hooked.

Monday, 26 September, 2005

Nihilism anyone?

Something new for the day


Sounds cool... hafta read more about it though.

Saturday, 24 September, 2005

Lost in money

Awesome stats for Lost Season 2 premiere

Lots of viewers

Good to see a good show get good rep

Woah - Slick

I am not one to use the word 'sexy' often when describing technology but this embodies that word.


goto their website to see more if interested in buying it.

Chins needs to see this.. so anyway Happy Birthday Chins today and also Neha tommorow.


Office 12 to get a makeover

Pics of changes

Looks cool

Friday, 23 September, 2005

Sound check

Seems like a cool dude

Gaming Audio and more

All time Movie Post

This post was inspired by a random blog I found today. Its a familiar list but I modified a few categories

Warning : This is going to be a long post.. Email me your list or feel free to post your favorites in the comments section.

First Movie I Ever Saw In A Theatre: Home Alone (I remember this as being the first?)

5 Favorite Action Movies:
The Mummy
The Matrix Trilogy
Die Hard 3 : Die with a Vengeance
The entire Lord of the Rings Trilogy

5 Favorite Martial Arts Movies:
The Legend of Drunkun Master
Enter the Dragon
Fist of legend
Police Story
The Matrix series again

5 Favorite Dramas:
The Shawshank Redemption
Man On Fire
A Few Good Men
Wall Street
Pulp Fiction

5 Favorite Classics:
Citizen Kane
The Godfather
Ben Hur
The Ten Commandments

5 Favorite Comedies:
Blazing Saddles
Back to School
Van Wilder
Life is Beautiful
The Gold Rush <----- My fav Chaplin movie

5 Favorite Animated Movies:
The Lion King
Robin Hood
The Jungle Book
The Land before Time

5 Favorite Scary/Thriller Movies:
Urban Legend
I Know What You Did Last Summer
Final Destination
The Omen

5 Movies I Always End Up Watching When They're On TV
A Few Good Men
The Shawshank Redemption
Batman - The First one only
Independance Day
Cruel Intentions

5 Movies People Make Fun Of Me For Liking
All Dogs Go to Heaven
George of the Jungle
The One
Pride of the Yankees

Phew... and that's a wrap.

Thursday, 22 September, 2005

Earth to Africa : Hi there

Google Earth puts Africa on the map....

This one is for all you animal and natural geographic addicts.

NGC Special on google earth

Wednesday, 21 September, 2005

The best a man can get

On a brighter note.

Coming soon to a store near you..

5 blade razor

Flip side of technology

Disgusting mis-use of technology.

Wikipedia attacked by Nazis

The Sigma Protocol

First review posted.

The Sigma Protocol


Time ran out

Death of a famous Nazi hunter

Simon Wiesenthal

Tuesday, 20 September, 2005

When in Roma

I try to find something fascinating on Wikipedia every day.

The Roma

And I always surprise myself with what I find.

So much to read and understand. So little time

Saturday, 17 September, 2005

Green grass

Awesomely funny quote just seconds ago.

Walter : You got any work to do
Me : Nah, I finished all the work I had
Him : Man, I wish I had your job
Me : You know what they say, "The Grass is always greener on the other side."
Him : Yeah, but on your side the grass is truly green.


On a side note. Looking forward to getting some cleaning done in my apartment this week-end.

Friday, 16 September, 2005

Random Searches

I always thought how I would feel when I would eventually be stopped by the Police to get my bag searched. Would I feel anger? frustration? fear? or all of the above.

When it actually happened today, what I felt was just resignation. Nothing else.

Look, I accept the fact that people have to be searched. I am not a crazy right-wing conservative. But at the same time I am not a crazy left-wing liberal. I am realistic. I understand that some things just have to be done damn the consequences. I mean all you have to do is look at the alternative for a second and you understand why this is necessary.

Just don't patronize me. The day the searches first started, I walked to the local subway and found a lot of people being searched. I headed to the the bus terminal, picked up a newspaper expecting to find the Police saying exactly what they said. "We will be conducting 'random' bag searches. We will not be profiling people"

Are you kidding me? Just tell me the truth and I will be fine with it. Which is why I respected the one local government guy who said "Lets search all Arabs". I mean yeah that's kind of a harsh statement but that's what they do anyway.

Just say that we are going to be searching all brown people. Just say it. If that's what you are actually going to be doing. Don't indulge us in this hypocritical bullshit.

End of anarchy?

Apparently Palestinian's have stopped the madness at the border.

Palestinians 'end' Gaza anarchy

Yeah. Right.


Saw the season finale of Lost last night. Can't wait to see the new season which will debut Next Wednesday.

I think I am gonna start a new blog just for reviewing movies, tv-shows and books that I watch/read.

Edit... I just did -

The Ra View

Can't promise constant updates

Thursday, 15 September, 2005

A little up north

An interesting article about Pervez Musharraf and the war on terror

Via BBC news

I don't see an end to this mess. And I am an Optimist

Real time

Saw another episode of Real Time with Bill Maher on HBO last night.

This show is really good. Bill Maher might be the best news/comedy guy second only to John Stewart.

A direct quote from last night's show which originally aired on Friday the 9th.

Bill: (to President Bush) On your watch, we've lost almost all of our allies, the surplus, four airliners, two trade centers, a piece of the Pentagon, and the city of New Orleans. Maybe you're just not lucky!


Find Yourself - No, I'm serious

A new search engine unveiled by the gods at google.

This one allows people to search though blogs (such as the one you are reading) along with RSS (Really Simply Syndication) feeds.


Check the link for an example.

Google Blog Search

Ego-maniacs ... enjoy

Tuesday, 13 September, 2005

A global view

Google Earth is great.

But is it also dangerous?

Apparently some countries believe so...

In depth military pics

Personally, I think information is knowledge and should never be sheltered

The third dimension

Wow.. really cool technology..... if you can afford it

3d monitor

Monday, 12 September, 2005

Back from the Ashes

England have finally done it

Wait is over


Saturday, 10 September, 2005

Surprisingly quick move?


Didn't know the Bush government could move this fast.

Director of FEMA removed

I was sure they were gonna give this guy a medal of some sort

Friday, 9 September, 2005

Burning Bush



Google slams Bush once more

Out of this world

Another cool looking product from a company I desperately wanna buy something from

Alienware's new mp3 plans

Looks so slick

California - Here we come

The Third Season of  The O.C. kicks off tonight.

Should be another great season. Can't wait

Thursday, 8 September, 2005

The Daily Show

Watch John Stewart if you can.

Especially last night's episode which will repeat tonight at 8:00 pm on Comedy Central

This guy is my hero

Wednesday, 7 September, 2005

Strange visitors

Oh and I was just checking the statistics for the blog to check the hits which I do every morning and I found two strange entries below:-

6 September    11:53 Saudi Arabia Backbone, Saudi Arabia

6 September    14:15 Federal Aviation Administration, Washington, D.C., United States

Interesting. What could have possibly attracted such visitors to the blog?

All roads lead to rome

I don't know if I mentioned this earlier.

But I love the new tv show Rome on HBO. Really good historical drama/thrill ride.

Should be one heck of a series.

Note - Viewer discretion is advised

Tuesday, 6 September, 2005

Back in the city

I'm back in the Big Apple.

What an awesome week-end trip I had. Buffalo was fun. Got to hang out with my buddies and haunt our old joints. Got to eat some delicious Indian food and got to just take some time off and chill

I feel so much better coming back today. I think everyone should take some time outs once in a while to maintain optimum functioning capability

Thursday, 1 September, 2005

Going going back back to Buffalo Buffalo - The Notorious Tallguy

As I head back to Buffalo for the long-weekend tomorrow after a long period of 2 whole months.. I am thinking about all the things I actually miss about Buffalo. I knew I was gonna miss it but not like this. Not for these reasons.

Here goes:

I miss subs at Wegmans

I miss 50 Cent Bowling Monday nights

I miss cheap taco bell food

I miss the super fast Internet connection

I miss 2 for 1 happy hour and Southwestern Egg Rolls at Chillies

I miss playin Ball

I miss workin out

I miss Thursday night bowling

I miss Thursday night at Molly's followed by A Slice at Sal's

I miss kicking ass at Racquetball

I miss getting my ass kicked at Backgammon

I miss playing Bug House

I miss all our theme parties

I miss late night visits to Toms's

I miss early morning visits to Tom's

I miss playing Poker

I miss the chance to drive

And finally I miss the feeling you get when you have stayed up all night talking to your room-mates who like yourself are or are close to being erudite in topics like Geography, History, Religion, Science and the Classics.

In short - looking forward to this weekend