Thought of The Day

28th May 2023 If the purpose of education is to score well on a test, we've lost sight of the real reason for learning. — Richard Feynman

Book Review: The Crooked Timber of New India

Few days ago I blogged about Karan Thapar's interview with Dr. Parakala Prabhakar which was on the backdrop of his new book "The Crooked Timber of New India". The book released on 15th May and has already made it to #2 in Top 10 non-fiction books in India. I had pre-ordered the book and received... Continue Reading →

Thought of The Day

24th May 2023 "If reality continuously delivers something that doesn't 'make sense' to you, it is 'you' that you need to worry about." — Nassim Nicholas Taleb

Thought of The Day

23rd May 2023 We are drowning in information, while starving for wisdom. The world henceforth will be run by synthesizers, people able to put together the right information at the right time, think critically about it, and make important choices wisely. — E. O. Wilson

Gratitude and Hospitality

Last week was a hectic week at work. We had an external (client) audit for entire week. My US colleague, Marc, had specially flown in for this audit. Overall, the audit went well. This was also an opportunity for me to meet Marc in person for the first time. We interact regularly over Zoom and... Continue Reading →

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