I studied in Marathi medium school till 7th standard and semi-English from 8th standard onward (i.e. Science and Maths were taught in English. History, Geography etc were in Marathi). I started learning English in as late as 5th Standard (Age 9 yrs). Till then I didn't know even A,B,C,D...it sounds strange now but yes that's... Continue Reading →
I received an old video of car with a wheel for rotation. Interesting innovation!
Today is the 100th birthday of the amazing physicist Richard Feynman [Born 11 May 1918/ Died - 15 February 1988]. A Nobel laureate in Physics, he made learning science fun and easy. Here is a complete Archive of The Feynman Lectures on Physics http://www.feynmanlectures.caltech.edu/ Also watch his 1983 interview to BBC TV "Physics Is Fun... Continue Reading →
Winston Churchill once said: "I am always ready to learn although I do not always like being taught". Churchill was a Punekar (Puneite) in that sense. I too, like any genuine Pune resident, don't like to be taught; but I am always willing to learn! And if you really want to learn with above motto,... Continue Reading →
Steve Jobs interview at D8 - All Things Digital conference...he mentioned about iPhone 4G leak and within a few days, i.e. Yesterday Apple announced iPhone 4G!!! Look forward to watching Steve Jobs product launch presentation soon...http://s.wsj.net/media/swf/main.swf~ Kaustubh
I recently read this book - 'The New Buffettology' by Mary Buffet (who was Warren's daughter-in-law for 12 years before she divorced her husband and Warren's son, Peter) and David Clark.I immensely enjoyed reading this book; though not a fool-proof, it has some very interesting snippets and anecdote's about Warren Buffet's investment strategies and business acumen. It... Continue Reading →