Slope of year 2005 for Total Sites looks much better than that of 2000 (also known as dot com boom year) . Googles making into more headlines than MS is another indication that online market was very prominent this year.
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My friend Dennis was very good to me with whom I hosted idealwebtools.com for last 2 years. I want some more facility like .htaccess (mod_write) and ssh so I have shifted the host today.
The work is still going on but the very first thing I did was making the blog run. May be in a day or two we will be able to settle things to the proper state.
All glory to God Almighty, the ICPF camp 2005 with over 120 campers was more effective than any other camp we had so far. Every camper was touched with the Holy Spirit. God enabled me to spend a night in the camp and I could feel the presence.
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Hey meet my Sunday school class, a batch of talented kids. I feel honored to be associated with them. We discuss and learn. They were winning all competitions for last few years and with a very significant margin almost acquiring two to three time more points than the nearest competitor. Wishing all the best and praying for their success.
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This is the one I have heard at many places, mostly in the management courses. I heard this first time during the AGM of ICPF Kolkata chapter. The strength of co-operation…………
Continue reading “Stories that inspired me, Part -I I (Parable of the Two Draft Horses)”
I am running invision boards for our community which consists of my college friends (B-School , NIMC), I was trying to give some attractive packages which can inspire them participate more.
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Take a look at an apple tree. There might be five hundred apples on the tree, each with ten seeds. That’s a lot of seeds. We might ask, “Why would you need so many seeds to grow just a few more trees?” Nature has something to teach us here.
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(do not forget to read my other stories at digg)
I am working with R&D team, exploring new things, doing programming, optimizing codes, handling servers but on the other hand I have 5 to 6 teams which summate to 40 people. Handling people is art so is programming, each module demands time so does each member. The problem was not work, I can work both as a manager and a programmer but it was the thinking, a managerâ€™s mind and a programmerâ€™s mind. Do managers work? Do programmers like documentation? I spent almost a month with my boss which helped me improve as a manager cum programmer, in tech terms a Techno-Manager.
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