We have aggregators to keep track of RSS/Atom feeds. But how do we keep track of pages that don't have any feeds?
A month ago. Saturday evening. Calls at 7.30 pm. 5 friends arrive at 9 pm. We take out the Karnataka map and decide where to go. I suggested that we plan such that we can go to Shivagange for the sunrise and that we should take the shortest route out of Bangalore so that we … Continue reading Night Drive
I follow a few friends' linkblogs and find them quite useful. So I thought why not add one for my site too? I've now added the linkblog in the sidebar. If you want to directly read the linkblog, here are the links (kinda recursive, ain't it?): Linkblog page Linkblog RSS feed
Samuel Dias Neto has translated "A Byte of Python" to Brazilian Portuguese. Hats off to Sam! Update on 2011-Sep-01: Link updated
There are three software that are always open for me at work: Konsole - for coding Firefox - for email, internal websites, news, etc. Gaim - for talking to colleagues It's interesting that I don't use anything else at all. Hmm, I can't get anything done if I'm not connected to the network. I'm useless … Continue reading Always on software
I just finished reading 'The Search' by John Battelle. What an amazing story to read. Learning about Bill Gross and his IdeaLab alone was worth reading the book, and he still keeps ideating, like Snap.com. Heck, even Picasa came from IdeaLab. There are many tidbits from the book that were interesting, such as about Louis … Continue reading The Search