Thursday, September 14, 2006

Those arrogant IIT aspirants in our class were damn wrong. They dont know shit.
Let me explain: Fermat's principle does not explain refraction. Read wikipedia's entry on Fermat's principle and you'll know what I'm talking about.
Undoubtedly, Fermat's principle proposes a result which is true, but bear in mind that it is a result, and not an explanation. I pointed this out to Tuteja and company but, as always, my words fell on deaf (and extremely arrogant) ears.
Anyway, presently I'm inundated with work. I have no time at all for anything. So see ya around.

Tuesday, September 12, 2006

I wonder what Apple is going to release today. The excitement is driving me insane.
P.S. I hope its the elusive iPhone (seems unlikely) or atleast a widescreen iPod (more likely).

Monday, September 11, 2006


  • Schumacher won, and subsequently announced his retirement by the end of the season. This truly is sad. Formula-1 will never be the same anymore without Schumacher. Love him or hate him, he was undeniably the most significant driver the world of racing has ever seen.
  • Roger Federer won the US Open. Number 9 for Federer. WOW. That's all I can say. And he's just 25.
  • We Won e-spice 2006
  • We also won MINET 2006.
Its been a good week on the whole.

Tuesday, September 05, 2006

News: RG has taken up blogging!

Inspired by someone, RG has started blogging, following Sid who resumed blogging yesterday.
Check out his blog
P.S. I think I was the one who inspired them to blog! Haha :P

Monday, September 04, 2006

Sid's blog is back. Check it out.

Friday, September 01, 2006

Reverse Image Search

I like Google Image Search and in addition I'd like something like a Reverse Image Search. Let me explain:-
You copy an image into the engine.
The search tells you stuff about it.
Simple as that.
I have a lot of images lying around whose source I'd like to trace - and know more about. Wouldn't it be cool if I just copied an picture of say, a park in Delhi into this Revearse Image Search and it would tell me that the park is Shri Malwari Lal Park and the pic was taken by Mr. Harnam Singh?
Yanyway, more later.


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