Friday, February 17, 2006

six thinking hatz

May be it's a copyright .so i modified the title.
i can't help telling people around abt the books i read,i continuum to my weakness,here we go
it was a dull and boring book for a person like me,who abviously is not much into management fundas kinda stuff
but to a person who has lot of responsiblities,i think this book can help him a lot.
best example: our training and placement incharge sir who,i think uses this methodology for all his meetings with us.when ever we meet ,he begins it with "WHY ARE WE HERE" Blue hat thinking(introductions and conclusions).and when he is careful abt the past slump ,he takes good measures abt them -black hat(care full).when he told us abt the 85% causes second round ,it was yellow hat thinking(optimism) .when he introduced maximum drift fundas -a sort of creative one ,it was green hat (creative thinking) .
but there is a missing link -red hat thinking??may be i missed it ,b'coz he implemented the plan perfectly to make our season a perfect success

Monday, February 13, 2006

Night at the call center

Aah another book describing loosers,may be chetan bhagat loves to describe the plight of loosers.even in his first book "five point some one",was a good comedy (to be honest) but it was abt three loosers .
while I was reading the book (for first 100 pages) i thought may be one day in my BIT could be more eventfull,but after the call from god(seriously) it was very interesting,what he wanted to say, he said it exactly,that "no one is a looser.".

Tuesday, February 07, 2006

Gone with the wind


ooohfff i have completed reading a marvelous novel "GONE WITH THE WIND" by Margarett Mitchell. i think it is the best book I’ve ever read, though i must have took 30-40 reading days which is considerably a long duration, it was worth reading such a thick novel.
Right from the beginning the novel presents the main character Scarlett O’Hara as the most bullheaded women of her times.
Till the end of the novel i went with her opinion that it is not the proprietary that matters when people are dying of hunger
It was a beautifully written love story with the American civil war as the backdrop, in which she never understands a person who loves her and misunderstands a person whom she thinks that she has loved
Few phrases have left an indelible impression on me
Like
"Apologies postponed become harder and harder and finally impossible to make"
"You should not judge someone else by yourself b'coz he does what he is supposed to do"
"I’ll think of it some other time when i can stand it better, but tomorrow is yet another day"
And many.....I think I’ll read it again when i have enough time

Saturday, February 04, 2006

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Wednesday, February 01, 2006
















i saw rang de basanti on jan 30
it was a cool movie with excellent music.
i expected it to be a serious patriotic movie but it was a good blend of evry thing.
the way both the preindependence and the current situations were shown was amazing
songs were superb and they were apt to situation
the best song in the movie was luka chupi
and rang de basanti song was beautifully sung by daler mehandi
aamir khan and siddharth were simply superb in the movie