I was just browsing through this paper on "Generating summary keywords for emails using topics" and was fascinated by its usefulness, especially because it "selects words that describe each message in the context of existing topics rather than simply selecting keywords based on a single message in isolation." Imagine if we had a smart email … Continue reading Ideas are Cheap : Better email
The weekend before last, BarCamp Bangalore 7 was held. The session that I was most looking forward to was the 'cycling to work' session initiated by Pradeep B V (of MapUnity fame). What made the session interesting was that people were asked to cycle to IIMB and showcase their bicycles in an outdoor session, and … Continue reading Cycling To Work at Barcamp Bangalore 7
Note: I no longer work with IonLab since Nov 12 of 2009. It's been nearly 5 months since I last quit my job. Five months. Wow. It's weird because it doesn't feel that long. I spent most of the first few months whiling away, and I thoroughly enjoyed it. I did have some plans though. … Continue reading IONLAB – The Next Experiment
When making a website, there are simply *so* many aspects to consider. I've been gathering some useful links and information on the same, right from How to Evaluate a new Product Idea to choosing color schemes. I've put all of these links together into a Website Making Howto on my wiki.
There have been two recent changes on my website - the redesigned theme and the book-as-a-wiki. They are related developments. The reason I needed a new theme for my website was because I wanted a blog and a wiki integrated into the same website with a seamless theme. If you visit the blog and the … Continue reading Personal Wiki
After a gap of 3.5 years, I've finally updated the ['A Byte of Python' book](http://www.swaroopch.com/notes/Python). The interesting news is that it is updated for the [upcoming Python 3.0 language](http://www.swaroopch.com/notes/Python_en:Introduction#About_Python_3.0) making it probably the first book to be _released_ for Python 3.0. The book is now a wiki too at [www.swaroopch.com/notes/Python](http://www.swaroopch.com/notes/Python) which means [you can contribute](http://www.swaroopch.com/notes/Notes:Community_Portal) too!