thoughts here. May or may not be useful. One need not be an artist
/ designer to relate to the following:
more blogs and latest short circuits in the head, see:
bags should have an inflatable pillow attached to the sleeping bag
with a string. The need for a pillow can make one do strange things
like sleeping on one another, rolling up the trousers and stuffing
in the bag case, etc.
Glacier trek. 90 kilometres of walking on snow, fallen trees, rocks
Shivpuri with friends. White water rafting recommended once a year
was three years back in Mcleodganj, and it was actually
something I mailed my friends describing the trip...
want to mould anyone. I want to be with people I can learn from
because every moment, I am ignorant of a billion things and this
lifetime is too short to contain them.
the pc speaker point were in the front instead of the back so that
one doesn't have to hunt for it everytime the headphones have to
can't cellphones have word games in them instead of vague shooter
games? It can store a whole dictionary in it which interrupts one
when sending out an sms (while auto-complete is on). Also, if caller-id
is possible, then why not put the area name or exchange name? the
number of times area codes keep changing makes it useless to know
the phone number of the incoming call. A compass would be handy
on the cellphone too (get out of town more often and you'll figure).
someone please make a music system with a hard disk? We all know
that music played out of a hard disk has lesser hassles like the
laser skipping problem.
seriously gets to me is that we still need wires to connect to the
internet. We have tiny cellphones that can take pictures and MMS
that around the world but no computer 50 times bigger that can't
open an email without wires and modems hooked to it to call the
not watches with a timer on it? I don't mean an alarm. Just a simple,
mechanical, short duration timer so I can turn off that oven / heater
/ water boiler / cassette recorder / in time. This timer could be
incorporated as part of the circumference of the watch, a dial you
just turn, which needn't make the watch look tacky with additional
knobs or switches. The alarm may go off with a slight buzz, which
you'll feel, instead of making a racket.
||We can put a bar
code on chewing gum so shoplifters get beeped, sim cards in cell
phones so one can be traced; but no tracing technology to embed
in a car (that costs a small fortune) in case it's stolen?!
|The inside of an
umbrella could have a drape attached to it from the metal arms so
you can spread it across your back in case of more than two people
under the umbrella and so that a backpack doesn't get wet :))
|Complacency is creative
suicide. So before that organ in your skull starts decaying, get
the hell away from your safety blanket.
||Travelling is the
best way to induce self development and creativity. The changing
weather, people, clothes, food, houses, environment kick start your
five(or six) senses and that's when you live a little.
||A proactive client
is the best kind. Some who wants the work finished as much would
make my day, anyday.
this is intellectual property, what one sees on any website or software.
It's not a table or a chair or an artisans sculpture that can be
seen or touched to realize it's worth. The intangibility of IT related
services makes it all the more elusive, and sometimes even unconvincing,
making it all the more necessary to keep redesigning layouts and
improving navigation techniques for a better user experience...
am I making sense here?