Catch the ad bug; beware that hostile brush with hospitality! Indeed, "A Dance with the Corporate Ton: Reflections of a Worker Ant" is, as I've trumpeted, 'Delightfully Quirky!' Autobiographical. This is Lata Subramanian's first book, but the author's writing efforts are commendable. Lata has pulled those pages from her career which were most memorable to … Continue reading Delightfully Quirky!
Now, isn't this unique? Cadbury's, here's a rather innovative ad campaign... Just for you! Rohit weds Bandana... made for each other. 😉 Congratulations, people. Today's your big day. Celebrate. Best wishes for your happiness. Oh, and yum, yum, the choco dust... a must for most! Tu cheez badee hai mastt, mastt... Hey, balley, balley, balley! … Continue reading Hit the bar… bite the dust!
"Teji maan time nathi, mandi maan mood nathi." A research study titled thus in Gujarati, a South Asian language, loosely translated into English, it reads as "No time during a bull run, dampened mood during a downturn". Undoubtedly, referring to the effects of stock market perturbations on couples, especially on their intimate lives in the … Continue reading Impact of the global recession… research begins in NY, ends in India’s bedrooms!
For the longest time I used the word 'oversight' only while referring to inadvertent errors, or omissions resulting from 'not looking at' something. It irks me intensely when 'oversight' is used to express something diametrically opposite to this i.e. to refer to 'supervision' or 'watchful care' (the dictionary meanings). e.g. Taking the ongoing Financial Meltdown … Continue reading Overuse (or misuse) of the word ‘oversight’…
Round the clock I circle the world, Hoppin' blog to blog; Back on WordPress, going clickety-click, it's ‘Goodbye’ to Writer’s Block'! Worldly-wise, but not quite weary, I bring odd tales, tidbits... some think they're trite, For others they're corny... a gal's footwear, is perhaps a guy's fantasy? You get the drift! Some point, we will … Continue reading After you circle, then what?