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Random thoughts, ideas and experiences

In Pairs

You’re here to share
With me my life
Across the flow
Can’t ask for more
Few come in pairs

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Filed under: Poetry

FlyGrip on the Galaxy Note 2

A couple weeks ago I had posted about the Galaxy Note 2, a great phone that I really liked. I had mentioned the FlyGrip in the post, a contraption that helps hold the phone a lot more securely.

Ever since I got the FlyGrip, I have found that I’m a lot more confident when I’m holding the phone. While it does feel unwieldy initially, it really helps once you get used to it. Like the various YouTube videos online, I’ve gotten used to getting it on my fingers as soon as I pull the phone out of my pocket. The large size does seem to be a bit loose for my fingers, even though it was recommended in penny test but I guess that’s okay since it might be uncomfortable if it is too snug.

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Filed under: Review

Note 2 Self

Some years ago, I wrote a long blog about picking the right smartphone for myself. Since the iPhone 4 is quite dated now, I decided it was time to binge and get the latest the world had to offer as far as phones were concerned.

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Filed under: Review

The Currency of Time

Another guest post on the Art of Living Austin blog.

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Filed under: Knowledge

Light and Darkness

Here’s another guest post on the Art of Living Austin blog.

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Filed under: Knowledge

Just Show Up

Check out my article – Just Show Up (PDF link) – in the Austin South Asian local newspaper. See page 7 and 8.

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Filed under: Knowledge

Wisdom is beyond all arguments

Here’s another guest post on the Art of Living Austin blog.

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Filed under: Knowledge

Light as a Leaf

Another guest post on the Art of Living Austin blog.

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Filed under: Knowledge

Delicate Darlings

Around a year back, my brother gifted me an iPhone 3G. It was a welcome upgrade to my 2 year old iPhone which had seen better days. It was all sparkly and shiny and I was thrilled. In a moment of infinite wisdom, I plugged it in for charging around 7 feet above the ground in a precarious position. As soon as the next email alert came in, it vibrated and fell to the ground, completely trashing the screen.

Despite all attempts to get it fixed, including spending hours with technicians and a lot of money on replacement screens and whatnot, it never worked properly again. It finally croaked a few months later.

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Filed under: Opinion

The Six S’s

Check out my first guest post on the Art of Living Austin blog.

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Filed under: Knowledge

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