10/27/2005 01:31:00 PM|W|P|RAJESH SEGU|W|P|
I have introduced a blink functionality in my blog today. Under each blog you have two links one for the permalink and one more to 'Blink!' a post. Blinking a site to Blinklist is only a link away from today. Wish I get all my blog posts blinked.
|W|P|113040072248671954|W|P|You can Blink!|W|P|rajesh.segu@gmail.com10/27/2005 07:52:00 AM|W|P|RAJESH SEGU|W|P|
Websites has evolved from static html to dynamic html to extensive JavaScript to Ajax to flashed to anything on earth. Considering today's websites, blogs occupy just a link from the main page of the website or we even end up searching the whole site. But as markets evolve and things around the world change websites are undergoing a major transformation. In this process, blog driven websites is a great way of starting yet another transformation. Today success for a internet company depends on its loyal community it posses and this must be the main idea behind the blog driven websites. One such site is ReturnPath. But this blog is a lot different from the personal blogs we come across in every search/read. These blogs would have a blend of professional touch and unlike blogs have their boundries defined. As a first step, if this becomes a tradition then the next wave of personal blog driven websites would zoom. Meanwhile, I have already laid plans to transform this personal blog into a personal website. This blog has undergone a revamp's now and then. The most recent addition includes a 'menu bar'. Hope in another few months I can call it personal blog driven website. One other site I cherish is vtiger.com , which stays very close to the community by just having the instance of forums on every page remaining interactive with their community. The torrent of community mails must tell you the whole story. For a change, I term this as Forum Driven Website. :-) Hope the next wave is zooming!
|W|P|113038324373546839|W|P|Blog Driven Website|W|P|rajesh.segu@gmail.com10/26/2005 04:46:00 PM|W|P|RAJESH SEGU|W|P|
A picture can narrate a thousand words but this image represents just 3 words 'Unity in Diversity'. Personally, I am still searching for words to append to its meaning.
|W|P|113032594428008648|W|P|Unity in Diversity|W|P|rajesh.segu@gmail.com10/26/2005 11:56:00 AM|W|P|RAJESH SEGU|W|P| courtesy: BlogScoped
With this Google has taken a big step forward to replace public content which resides inside the sql databases. Doesn't this sound something very similar to Deep Web Search. Hope this would not turn a threat to the existing SQL engines. One strange observation is that Google Base is not in the shadow of the traditional 'beta' umbrella. Any more views/imaginations on Google Base ( with no beta/alpha tags )?
|W|P|113030882454025709|W|P|Google Base ScreenShots Update!|W|P|rajesh.segu@gmail.com10/26/2005 03:48:00 PM|W|P|Blogger Rajesh Goalla|W|P|Hi Segu
This is the actual story behind Google base
http://www.techtree.com/techtree/jsp/article.jsp?article_id=68851&cat_id=643
If you really got chance to try that service you are very lucky(I guess no).10/25/2005 01:59:00 PM|W|P|RAJESH SEGU|W|P| Today I happend to come across a new service under the Google Umbrella. It's called Google Base.
It read:
"Google Base is Google's database into which you can add all types of content. We'll host your content and make it searchable online for free.

Examples of items you can find in Google Base:

Description of your party planning service
Articles on current events from your website
Listing of your used car for sale
Database of protein structures
You can describe any item you post with attributes, which will help people find it when they search Google Base. In fact, based on the relevance of your items, they may also be included in the main Google search index and other Google products like Froogle and Google Local."
Clicking any other link on the screen just returns me with a '403 Forbidden/Server Error' message. Cannot wait anymore! Just check out http://base.google.com
|W|P|113023021202006553|W|P|Google Base!|W|P|rajesh.segu@gmail.com10/25/2005 05:23:00 PM|W|P|Blogger Tony Ruscoe|W|P|Today I happend to come across a new service under the Google Umbrella. It's called Google Base.

Is it just a coincidence that you've got my blog open in one of your tabs... or did you really "find" the new service after reading my original post about the base.google.com subdomain:

All your base are belong to Google

;-)10/25/2005 05:39:00 PM|W|P|Blogger RajeshSegu|W|P|Hello Tony,

Hey yes, you were one among the many pointers. I got your link from Technorati. Never mind, Blogging after all is sharing information.

Anyway how did you feel about my Blog. Just to know my health!


Thank you.10/23/2005 02:59:00 PM|W|P|RAJESH SEGU|W|P|
  • If you are receiving employee options, what is the number of fully-diluted outstanding shares?
  • Has there ever been a down round, a flat round, or a CEO change?
  • What is the burn rate and how much cash is in the bank now?
  • What is the plan for exit strategy and its timeframe?
  • Could you meet the CEO, the founder(s), and those on the management team?
  • Are there plans in the next six months to hire anyone along the chain-in-command between your position and the CEO?
  • How many employees did/does/will the company have six month ago, now, six months from now, a year from now?
For more details visit GenuineVC|W|P|113006007599555615|W|P|7 Questions Employees Should Ask Prior Joining a Startup|W|P|rajesh.segu@gmail.com10/23/2005 01:47:00 PM|W|P|RAJESH SEGU|W|P|
IBM developerWorks Live, a part of IBM, organized an seminar on 'Developing new applications for Linux' at Taj Coramandal, Chennai on 22Oct,2005. Two of my friends and me showed up to the seminar to gain some knowledge as well as to get a feel of international presentations. The presenters were KC and Sree, a part IBM Comparitive Product team,US which dealt with comparing IBM products with their windows competitors and analyze with an sales/marketing/revenue angle. The presentation was more like an marketing pitch for 'IBM tools'. Instead of hinting the benefits of Linux, every now and then, they were chanting 'Get out of Windows!' to reduce the TCO(total cost of operation). The first half dealt with how to replace the existing Windows IT infrastructure/assets with Linux counterparts while the next half dealt with core IBM Tools for increasing productivity and to maintain process inside a software company.
Some of the briefings include: a. Windows software infrastructure costs a lot while its licensing fee are almost sky height. b. Every Windows basic infrastructure has an equivalent Linux versions. Eg: Active Directory ----------- XUD/Linux Exchange --------------------- Dominico MS Office -------------------------- OpenOffice IIS ------------------------------- WebSphere MS-SQL----------------------- DB2 c. Linux remains more stable when compared to windows counterparts. d. IBM Tools help companies improve productivity and enable a consistent process in a team/company. Eg: IBM Unify: integrated Testing/CVS/IDE e. IBM, many private vendors have enough tools to migrate any windows application into their Linux adaptable version/technology. Nothing is 100% but on a long run companies can gain more out of this initiative by saving 50% charges over the maintenance/fee. Eg: J-ASP : Tool converts any asp page into its equivalent JSP. DiamondEdge: Convert an VB application to an Java equivalent in a fraction of a second. I was blown away with its speed. f. Applications developed on Linux can sit on any later version but Windows there are lot of dependencies which becomes hard to maintain tight code for any operating system available. g. A lot of comparison documents which concluded that it only took around a 3/4weeks to migration a company,with 500 employees,from existing windows infrastructure to Linux environment. [approx. information] h. Linux and products built on them need not worry about viruses and worms.
The presentation echoed 'Linux' for the first half session while the second half echoed 'IBM'. Anyway nice presentation but instead of the target system admins/managers many developers showed up. Every query by the audience had a relevant answear. I asked them about the emerging web2.0 and threat to IBM. I did not get a proper answear but reading between the lines I knew that they were least worried. At last filling up a form fetched us all the trail versions of IBM Products and the content of the presentation. To our surprise we were served 5* lunch. Don't ask me the menu, my mouth has already started watering. THE END.
|W|P|113005753604291715|W|P|IBM - Applications for Linux|W|P|rajesh.segu@gmail.com10/23/2005 12:47:00 PM|W|P|RAJESH SEGU|W|P| Isn't this wonderful! Anyone from Japan, don't forget to gift me one. Waiting ........ |W|P|113005200318967037|W|P|New Japanese TShirts|W|P|rajesh.segu@gmail.com10/21/2005 11:27:00 PM|W|P|RAJESH SEGU|W|P|
"I knew the importance of bookmarks only since, out of curiosity, I followed some social bookmarking sites to observe 'what the world was tracking?' and 'I am totally impressed'. From the many available tools/sites, BlinkList stole my heart"
Social Bookmarking has undergone a lot of transformation from its inception in the form of del.icio.us (so called mother of bookmarking sites, now suffering). With the increase in number of players the bookmarking game is full of live action. BlinkList, a new entrant, has fought its way providing great usability and impressive feature set. BlinkList uses a lot of AJAX intelligently. The most important features that outstand from its colleagues mainly include: Starring: One of the coolest things about BlinkList is that you can fully personalize and customize your experience. The way we enable you to do that is by "starring" your favorite tags, links, and users. With this managing bookmarks has become very easy. QuickBlinks: The quick blink bookmarklet is a super fast way to blink and save a website that you discover on online with just one click. Believe me this saves a lot of time. EasyNavigation: The page number is editable so that navigation is made very easy. WatchList: Friends watch list is one feature I have really fallen in love with. It gives me an opportunity to know who all are following me regularly and motivates me use bookmarks as daily routine. Autocomplete: Search has become easy with a google style auto complete feature which is again a very helpful feature. Blinklist has many other featues which includes providing thumbnails of the sites bookmarked. With these many features BlinkList has become an lethal weapon in the web2.0 social bookmarking arena. Recently MindValley team, creators of BlinkList, has initiated an 'Social Bookmarking survey'. The survey includes provision to comment positive/negative on any social bookmarking site the serveiour is interested. With this the social bookmarking arena can start new trends, since many times users prespective of a tool evolves periodically. Kudos team!
Wish many other service's evolve from MindValley making it a vibrant player in the web2.0 world. If you are one among the social bookmarking community then its your chance to speak out. Last but not the least, 'Try BlinkList, enjoy bookmarking and have fun'|W|P|112991850708762219|W|P|BlinkList!|W|P|rajesh.segu@gmail.com10/20/2005 08:19:00 PM|W|P|RAJESH SEGU|W|P|
Who said 'Cars can't drive themselves.' Stanley, a robotic vehicle designed by a Stanford University team, appeared to earn its creators a $2 million prize on Saturday by being the fastest finisher on a 132-mile course through the Nevada desert. The race, called the Grand Challenge, was a Pentagon project meant to promote the development of technologies for 21st-century automated warfare. The competition was organized by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, or Darpa, and was intended to tap into the talents of researchers and innovators who might not otherwise be found by the nation's military technology firms.
The Stanford scientists who led the 18-month effort to build Stanley said they saw their victory as a significant leap forward in the field of artificial intelligence, a discipline that has long suffered from big promises that did not pan out.
These look like the same people who faced a question like 'Can Wright Brothers fly?' and here's the robotic vehicle which can drive without any human intervention. This would surely turn out to be a new phase for artificial intelligence in the automotive industry, which gives more importance to the looks/luxury rather than technology/safety. Wish GM/Ford/Toyota/Honda/Hyundai are following this news. Read the full story at NYTimes
|W|P|112982300705599238|W|P|Can CAR's drive themselves?|W|P|rajesh.segu@gmail.com10/20/2005 11:25:00 AM|W|P|RAJESH SEGU|W|P|
I have a new tool SiteMeter on my Blog which equips me with fine grain details about the traffic visiting my blog. Here are some of the statistics I have for my blog, Traffic Summary since Oct14,2005
VISITS
Total114
Average Per Day16
Average Visit Length2:24
Last Hour1
Today6
This Week112
PAGE VIEWS
Total205
Average Per Day29
Average Per Visit1.8
Last Hour2
Today10
This Week202
Last 20 visitors according to their country and distance from Chennai,India [my location]:
1
IndiaMadras, Tamil Nadu1*
2
IndiaBangalore, Karnataka181*
3
United StatesMinneapolis, Minnesota8,399
4
CanadaFredericton, New Brunswick7,863
5
NetherlandsNijmegen, Gelderland4,843
6
IndiaDelhi1,093
7
CanadaLondon, Ontario8,385
8
United StatesSanta Fe, New Mexico9,038
9
IndiaDelhi1,093
10
Kuwait 2,479
11
United StatesJersey City, New Jersey8,367
12
United StatesPlainfield, New Jersey8,383
13
BrazilSo Paulo, Sao Paulo8,893
14
IndiaMadras, Tamil Nadu1*
15
United StatesPensacola, Florida9,311
16
IndiaMadras, Tamil Nadu1*
17
IndiaDelhi1,093
18
ChinaShenzhen, Guangdong2,314
19
India 524*
20
India 524*
SiteMeter has also an utility to watch the traffic 'By World Map'. I liked most of their features as they give me fine grained details of the traffic and I am enjoying every bit of them. Free account can only stores last 100 visitors details which is sufficient for a light weight blog like mine. Now that I know my blog is being watched and being picked by major search engines I am forced to write good articles frequently. Did you like what you have read? Visit SiteMeter for your free personal account.
|W|P|112978887762307142|W|P|SITEMETER stats for my BLOG!|W|P|rajesh.segu@gmail.com10/20/2005 12:34:00 PM|W|P|Anonymous Anonymous|W|P|I would go and recommend tracksy. It is much cooler than sitemeter.

http://www.blinklist.com/tag/tracksy/10/19/2005 08:28:00 PM|W|P|RAJESH SEGU|W|P|
My friend recently pointed out that AirBus has plans of turning itself into a giant mammoth with all luxury in it. The reformed AIRBUS you see would be enough for you to imagine all the luxury it can carry. This figure remembers me the silver scaled fish I regularly come across the Discovery Channel. But anyway let me get ahead with my silly Idea. Since Indian politicians are worried about their security they might opt to bid one such plane early which would help them have their parliamentary sessions in the air. Hurry! Everyone are free from attack from our local militants. Thinking loudly it would be easy to destroy everyone at once if they don't perform well in the eyes of the people. If you are not laughing, don't be more pragmatic!
|W|P|112973474487070683|W|P|Silly but useful Idea!|W|P|rajesh.segu@gmail.com10/19/2005 02:21:00 PM|W|P|RAJESH SEGU|W|P|courtesy: TheServerSide|W|P|112971243549200764|W|P|JOKE on MS VisualStudio|W|P|rajesh.segu@gmail.com10/19/2005 12:52:00 PM|W|P|RAJESH SEGU|W|P|

Top 20 replies by Programmers to Testers when their programs don't work

20. "That's weird..." 19. "It's never done that before." 18. "It worked yesterday." 17. "How is that possible?" 16. "It must be a hardware problem." 15. "What did you type in wrong to get it to crash?" 14. "There is something funky in your data." 13. "I haven't touched that module in weeks!" 12. "You must have the wrong version." 11. "It's just some unlucky coincidence." 10. "I can't test everything!" 9. "THIS can't be the source of THAT." 8. "It works, but it hasn't been tested." 7. "Somebody must have changed my code." 6. "Did you check for a virus on your system?" 5. "Even though it doesn't work, how does it feel? 4. "You can't use that version on your system." 3. "Why do you want to do it that way?" 2. "Where were you when the program blew up?" And the Number One Reply by Programmers when their programs don't work

Guess.............

"It works on my machine"

|W|P|112970670579145936|W|P|Programmers reply when their program doesn't work|W|P|rajesh.segu@gmail.com10/18/2005 06:06:00 PM|W|P|RAJESH SEGU|W|P|
RSS, a syndication technology, one among the most buzzed word recently in the internet community. This was my perception but the survey stats tell a different story.
  • Only 12% of the internet population has heard the term RSS
  • Only 4% of the population has heard of AND uses RSS
  • 27% of the internet population uses RSS but doesn't know that its called RSS.
Total Internet Population who intentionally or unintentionally using RSS is 43%. courtesy: scottgatz Never could imagine such low numbers over a buzzed technology. The good news is that I am one among that 4% RSS hard core users. Hope now its time for web2.0 to get surveyed. Any pointers?
|W|P|112964722905265675|W|P|RSS - Statistics|W|P|rajesh.segu@gmail.com10/18/2005 11:26:00 AM|W|P|RAJESH SEGU|W|P|

President APJ Abdul Kalam has expressed concern about a free mapping programme from Google Inc warning it could help terrorists by providing satellite photos of potential targets.

Google Earth, an Internet site launched in June this year, allows users to access satellite photos. Although not all areas are highly detailed, some images are very high resolution, and some show sensitive locations in various countries.

At a meeting Saturday of top police officials in Hyderabad, Kalam said he worried that "developing countries, which are already in danger of terrorist attacks, have been singularly chosen" for providing high resolution images of their sites.

The governments of South Korea and Thailand and lawmakers in the Netherlands have expressed similar concerns.

South Korean newspapers said Google Earth provides images of the presidential Blue House and military bases in the country, which remains technically at war with communist North Korea. The North's main nuclear facility at Yongbyon is among sites in that country displayed on the service.

The Google site contains clear aerial photos of Parliament House, the Rashtrapati Bhawan and surrounding government offices in New Delhi. There are also some clear shots of defence establishments in India.

Debbie Frost, a spokeswoman for Mountain View, California-based Google, noted that the software uses information already available from public sources and the images displayed are about one to two years' old, not shown in real time.

"Google takes governmental concerns about Google Earth and Google Maps very seriously. Google welcomes dialogue with governments, and we will be happy to talk to Indian authorities about any concerns they may have," Frost said in an e-mail statement on Saturday.

President Kalam called for new laws to restrain dissemination of such material. He said existing laws in some countries regarding spatial observations of their territory and the United Nations' recommendations on the practice are inadequate.

courtesy: HindustanTimes

Our beloved president Abdul Kalam looks very concerned about the possible raport between the terrorists and Google Earth. His consern over developing nations security is valid and Google must take permission from every government about what it can show and what now. At last don't blame me if you don't find land on Google Earth. One second, why don't developing countries make the best use of this software to find militant camps and militant training centers and destroy them. Nice idea, right!

|W|P|112961598493593312|W|P|Google Earth - Security Concerns for India|W|P|rajesh.segu@gmail.com10/19/2005 03:02:00 AM|W|P|Blogger NeoDimension|W|P|Hi,

I posted my own views on this topic at my blog http://neodimension.blogspot.com

See, as you can analyse by using the software that only selected areas of land are shown in clarity i.e. High resolution. Forget about Kashmir or terrorist camps, even Islamabad and Karachi show up as blotches.

From India, we have four cities with high resolution coverage. Even those photos are two years old so doesnt hold much importance.10/19/2005 12:21:00 PM|W|P|Blogger RajeshSegu|W|P|Thanks for this wonderful pointer Neo. Everything seems to be more valid except the fact that our beloved president is a visionist who is giving thought to the future he is always worried about. Hope thinking in this direction threats and security riks are very much possible.

Nice to get in touch with you yar.10/15/2005 07:17:00 PM|W|P|RAJESH SEGU|W|P|
One reading a 'BLOG' would never need an introduction to email nor the importance of message filters. Email message filter's in short saves a lot of time automating rules to decide the destination of every incoming mail. At office, I mostly stick to my Mozilla thick client which is pretty fast and each incoming mail is altered with a 'ting' sound. I love many features in my client which I find missing in their online counterparts. One I am missing the most is the 'Run Now' feature of the message filters. In general with the help of message filter one can start imposing rules on the incoming mails which remains very handy. The only concern is that it will never take care of the tons of mails which are already residing in one's mailbox. Filters after creating only appears to be active with the next incoming mail deserting their older friends. This means one cannot run a filter over the older mails. Many thick clients have a feature called 'Run Now' under the message filters which can run filters over the various folders containing mails since its birth. Isn't this a cool feature! I checked GMail, Yahoo and MSN without any luck. Interestingly GMail had a feature 'Test Filter' which tests the filter against the existing mails but it does not update them accordingly. Scenario: Say, I have to update my message filter to include a new subject but I have already many mails with them residing in my inbox. Even after I create a new filter the older mails need to be sorted out using 'Run Now' which the online client in never bothered about. There exists many lessons untouched which the web clients can educate themselves from the thicker ones.
|W|P|112938754887018319|W|P|Message Filter + 'RunNow'|W|P|rajesh.segu@gmail.com10/14/2005 06:23:00 PM|W|P|RAJESH SEGU|W|P|Hope everyone must have similar imaginations about Google.
Peronally, I feel like Google and Yahoo and Microsoft are entering into the world war 3 of internet space. With Google innovating top to bottom, Yahoo is trying to keep up the phase by speeding up its releases and services, but Microsoft is concentrating on a different segment. May the best win and let all the others rest in peace, amen! PS: This image was taken from the NewYork Times.
|W|P|112929646975975854|W|P|Google 2084|W|P|rajesh.segu@gmail.com10/14/2005 11:55:00 AM|W|P|RAJESH SEGU|W|P|Hello Friends,
It has been a long time since I have revamped my blog. Many visitors/friends including me felt that my blog was taking a lot of time to load onto the browser. Soon I identified that my blog had many elements like counters, java script, images, rss feed, etc loading everytime my blog page refreshed. I sat back prioritizing every feature my blog had and concluded that I could not miss even one. Brainstorming I got to an idea of introducing menu under my blog. Doesn't this sound interesting? 1. NeoCounter: Gives stats of visitors with respect to their geographical location. 2. Menu Bar: The major revamp has been menu creation. It sounds terrific but the underneath code looks very silly. But anyway if you want to hack this just right click and view source. 3. Translate: Today blog remains to be the face of any computer literate. So international audience are expected now and then, so felt the importance of translate tool and its done. Just surf through my blogs menu on the top below the heading and make use of the translate option on the right hand side of the blog. Soon or later I wish to convert this blog into my personal website. Surprisingly that is possible with the concept of menu's, .....!
|W|P|112927280890231221|W|P|'My World' - revamp|W|P|rajesh.segu@gmail.com10/12/2005 01:52:00 PM|W|P|RAJESH SEGU|W|P|Google has some interesting thoughts to express. Just try, 1. Open www.google.com 2. Type "failure" [ in quotes ] and click 'I'm feeling Lucky" The first result would tell the whole joke. Have a nice time.|W|P|112910557630417540|W|P|Google's ans. to "failure"|W|P|rajesh.segu@gmail.com10/14/2005 05:48:00 PM|W|P|Blogger Thriveni P|W|P|I guess most of you know why this happens but if you dont, let this clarification help shatter any of your misformed images of Google or USA.
The results you see when you search using Google are based on the results returned by its page-ranking algorithm. When you hit 'I'm feeling lucky', the first link in the results page is opened for you. So, it means that the page you see when you search for 'failure' got the highest ranking. That is to do with other websites (highly profiled) which point to this particular page. This has got nothing to do with USA. Even if there's something, rest assured, NOTHING is wrong with Google and this is not a bug in anyway. There comes no issue of fixing the non existent.
If you are more interested, such skewed results are due to a phenomenon called Google Bombing and you can get more information by searching in Google itself!
No offense meant.

For more information, go through the following link :
http://googleblog.blogspot.com/2005/09/googlebombing-failure.html10/05/2005 06:30:00 PM|W|P|RAJESH SEGU|W|P|

An interesting and informative write up on Web2.0 is available at the OreillyNet . This article covers a clean overview on the history,technology,evolution, exsisting adoptors and future dimensions. Must read for people who dare to dream of becomming next generation rulers of this internet era.

At the first glance, I got impressed with this;

Web 2.0 by example:

Web 1.0 Web 2.0
DoubleClick --> Google AdSense
Ofoto --> Flickr
Akamai --> BitTorrent
mp3.com --> Napster
Britannica Online --> Wikipedia
personal websites --> blogging
evite --> upcoming.org and EVDB
domain name speculation --> search engine optimization
page views --> cost per click
screen scraping --> web services
publishing --> participation
content management systems --> wikis
directories (taxonomy) --> tagging ("folksonomy")
stickiness --> syndication
|W|P|112851791743425087|W|P|What Is Web 2.0|W|P|rajesh.segu@gmail.com10/04/2005 09:02:00 PM|W|P|RAJESH SEGU|W|P|Forbes has identified Top 20 Brands that were both growing fast and being innovative giving very less importance to the stake they hold. Here goes the list 1. Apple 2. Black Berry 3. Google 4. Amazon.com 5. Yahoo 6. EBay 7. Red Bull 8. StarBucks 9. Pixar 10. Coach For total list visit forbes.com Intersting observation is that the Top10 list includes 5 technology companies and 4 online retail goods companies. This proves that technology and retail goods play a vital role in every walk of human life. |W|P|112844144082587710|W|P|Top Brands! - Forbes.com|W|P|rajesh.segu@gmail.com10/04/2005 09:29:00 PM|W|P|Anonymous Anonymous|W|P|Blogs vs. the law: A showdown about third party commentary
The Wild West days of the Internet's digital frontier could be tamed, as bloggers await the outcome of a lawsuit in which one of their own was sued for comments posted on his Web log or "blog." State ...
Find out how you can buy & sell anything, like things related to music on interest free credit and pay back whenever you want! Exchange FREE ads on any topic, like music!10/04/2005 12:18:00 PM|W|P|RAJESH SEGU|W|P|
List of people who wished me on my B'Day 2nd Oct: 1. Dad and Mom: Called me from New Delhi, as they were on Badrinath Yatra. 2. Brother: Prakash, called me as soon as he came out of the theater after night show. 3. Chaitu: college mate, my room mate, my best friend and my colleague. 4. Pradeep: college mate now pursuing his MTech at IIT. 5. Triveni: god given sister and dear friend. 6. RamGopal: My senior at college. An unexpected call but felt very happy to chat with my old friend. 7. Ramji: room mate and office colleague and nice friend. 8. Divakar: school mate and working in the same city. Fortunately it was his birthday too. 9. RamDev: colleague at office and belong to the same region geographically. 10. Anand: ex-room mate and nice kid. 11. Veena: best friend since my schooling. 12. Sreelakshmi: school mate and first to get married among my school friends. 13. Sai Ram Reddy: one among the best friends in college and nice gentle man personally. 14. Varun: room mate at college and fun loving person. 15. Bindu Jahnavi: sister and very close to me. But I don't call her 'akka'! 16. Sarath Babu: best friend in college and are together for the past 7 years. 17. Bindu: unique friend since my college days. We call her 'kothi'. 18. Chandi: college mate and one among my friends. 19. Vignesh: friend and room mate and colleague. 20. Parthi: friend and room mate and colleague. 21. Archana: sister and we hate each other as much as we love each other. Sorry, if I missed out some names. Any more waiting to wish me, can continue by appending your wishes to the comments. Thank you!
|W|P|112841059725213454|W|P|B'Day Wishes!|W|P|rajesh.segu@gmail.com