Steve Jobs – Lost speech in 1983 predicts future

One of the few people I admire and follow keenly is Steve Jobs. So every time I discover a new video of him (not about him, but of him), I watch it immediately and if it's great, I post it on my blog. I recently discovered one such "lost speech" by him in 1983 which... Continue Reading →

Harsha Bhogle on The Grade Cricketer

Harsha Bhogle is one of the most intelligent sports commentators of all time! I like Vijay Amrutraj's tennis commentary. I like Sunil Gavaskar's cricket commentary. Both have been very good players of the respective sport. It's not often that people have a long second career (as coach or commentator or administrator) in the same sport... Continue Reading →

RIP Pandit Shiv Kumar Sharma

The legendary Santoor maestro Pandit Shiv Kumar Sharma (born: 13th Jan 1938) is no more. He passed away yesterday in Mumbai at the age of 84. Some people are so great that they are synonymous with the art form they are known for. In India, there are few such legends in the world of music... Continue Reading →

Happy B’day, Warren Buffett!

It's Warren Buffett's birthday today! Born on 30th August 1930, he completes 91 years today! I have written several times on this blog about Warren Buffett! He and Charlie Munger (Age 97 and still very active!) are one of the few living legends I admire and follow closely. I discovered Warren Buffett sometime in early... Continue Reading →

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