Twitter Redux (Jun 2009) Twitter Redux (Jan 2009 - Mar 2009)

Twitter Redux (Apr 2009 - May 2009)

Note: Some of the updates here are longer than 140 characters. These are aggregates of multiple related tweets.

How technology lifts Pixar's 'Up' -

Dumbstruck. RT @rameshsrivats K'taka Health Minister spends Rs.20 crore on son's wedding As they say: Health is Wealth.

Is Kanimozhi a freedom fighter? - (via Churumuri
[One commenter there wonders whether the default value for Freedom Fighter is 'Yes'. If so, the implementor should be hauled up. Most GoI/GoK websites are pathetic in terms of usability. Common sense generally thrown out of the window. Is NIC the common culprit here?]

There are two novels that can change a bookish 14-year old’s life: The Lord of the Rings and Atlas Shrugged. One is a childish fantasy that often engenders a lifelong obsession with its unbelievable heroes, leading to an emotionally stunted, socially crippled adulthood, unable to deal with the real world. The other, of course, involves orcs (

RT @aadisht: Dear BSNL, do you seriously expect us to believe that someone who's friends with Deepika Padukone has a "non-happening" life?

@prempanicker Because a penguin is more intelligent than a robin?
[in reply to prempanicker]

Futuristic bus stops blend practical, chic -

I wonder whether FakeIPLPlayer would call Maharoof as "Bada Chath"

@venusatuluri Use text files. Can't get simpler than that. I use them for books and movies, maintaining both done and to-be-done together. I use the GMail Tasks thingy for stuff to be done though.
[In reply to the question: "Is there an app out there that implements a simple priority queue to manage to-do lists, to-read lists, to-watch lists etc.?"]

"The octopus wrapped his testicles round the diver & strangled him" - Exam howlers at (HT @uvfan)

I was expecting Onions, tears and Windies in some headline. Now I see Cricinfo using "Onions make Windies weep". How about "Onions leaves a bad taste in the mouth of Windies batsmen"? Would have been especially apt if he had broken a few teeth. OTOH, -ve ones: "Smith cuts Onions to size" or even better "Onions peeled away by strong Gayle". Oh boy! This is getting out of hand. As Andrew Miller says on Cricinfo, "...Onions, the man with a surname that headline-writers cannot help but relish..."

FB feed shows an app called "What Periodic Element are you?". Makes me wish 'asinine' was an element :-)

Pak vs Aus T20 match delayed. No, no, it isn't raining in Dubai. They are waiting for the Sheikh to arrive!!!

Is There Anything Good About Men? -

Sledging in cricket -

Playing now - Rajni's Castrol ad (...Ellame Jujubi...) - [YouTube]

Confessions of an Entrepreneur's Wife -

Of couples and copulas -

Guha, Ravi Shankar & the Nobel -

"Testicular guard used first in cricket in 1874 & 1st helmet in 1974. Took 100 years for men to realize that the brain is also important!", "The species has to continue even if it produces mad people. I think the priority is perfectly fine!" - Quotes from Cricinfo

GMail Autopilot reminds me of (which seems pretty silly in retrospect). The follies of youth!

Introducing Opera Face Gestures -

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