Tag Human Behaviour

Grow up, face life. You’re no longer watching the cartoon network.

I’ve always believed that ‘Love’ and ‘Hatred’ are extreme emotions and though Hatred is controllable, Love is not. During recent conversations with my friends, I’ve been hearing several instances of failed relationships, Ex-Lover stories and some desperate housewives scenarios. Some… Continue Reading →

What does love mean to you?

Again, I come back to the most talked about emotion in the world – Love! This time this is going to be a question, that I want to ask you to answer. In an evening conversation with a lawyer friend… Continue Reading →

Difference between traditional media and social media

I’d like to quote an article dated, May 30, 2010 Pratap Singh, Head (Marketing), HomeTown (Future Group) said, “The primary difference between traditional media and new media is that the former is channels for brand communications and the latter for consumer… Continue Reading →

Working in an office vs. working from home

An absolute genious comic strip. Thank @g0tl0 for sharing it Originally at http://theoatmeal.com/comics/working_home

Would you call this sexist?

Hilarious! I quite enjoy this Tee design by USI. Would you call this sexist? Hell yeah, but who cares? Truth of the matter is that this is a fact in most cases :p 

A Child’s Prayer

This post is inspired by a conversation with a colleague about an email thread of his family. First of all it was nice to know that families keep in touch with each other through mails and the ‘reply all’ option… Continue Reading →

So, Why do you smoke?

Smokers often get a lot of these ‘why’ questions in their extremely short lifespans. How much ever you dread the why moments or try to go by it with a shrug or a smile, believe me, they keep coming! They… Continue Reading →

“Doing what you like is freedom. Liking what you do is happiness.” -Frank Tyger

A simple flow chart of questions I ask myself whenever I’m unhappy or unsatisfied. I seem to have these swings more than most people I know. But the most difficult part of the process has not been mentioned in the… Continue Reading →

The ‘Cooked’ Shirt by Kean ETRO

catalogo_cooked_shirt.pdf Download this file A charming cross between the tie and die technique with natural/edible colours and nostalgic moments of childhood. It uses an existing simple technique and a sweet concept, a perfect concoction of our visual, olfactory, tactile and gustatory… Continue Reading →

Reasoning Love

  Recently, I watched ‘A Beautiful Mind’ again and Dr. John Nash’s Nobel Prize acceptance speech is what hit me the most. He says, “Thank you. I’ve always believed in numbers and the equations and logics that lead to reason…. Continue Reading →

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