Posts by Atul Chitnis
Ever since I got diagnosed with cancer in August 2012, I have been acutely aware of the fact that professionally, things were going to change dramatically for me. While I intend to beat this thing, I also need to consider that a lot of things will change for me – things that I can do, [...]
Dilon mein tum apni Betaabiyan leke chal rahe ho Toh zinda ho tum Nazar mein khwabon ki Bijliyaan leke chal rahe ho Toh zinda ho tum
Sir Nicholas (Nicky) van der Mutt 2003-2013
A while back, when I started making breakfasts at home for the sheer fun of it, I concocted a quick breakfast dish that made me happy everytime I had it, so I named it Happiness Oats™ (with the ™ firmly tongue-in-cheek ).
This is the second post I am making about my health matters. In case you missed the first one, you should go back and read it first. In short: I have cancer. The details of the disease are actually unimportant, because cancer is such a terrible disease that any of its forms can be devastating [...]
In the summer of 1989, the door to my office opened and someone walked in. Jeans-clad, complete with jacket, a neat, trimmed full beard, and a deep voice. “Hi, I am Kishore”.
I can’t believe that you are no more. Goodbye, Raj. And thank you. (More info)
When we announced the resumption of FOSS.IN earlier this year, we didn’t think we would have too many problems doing so. Everyone missed the event, and the outbreak of joyous “huzzah”s was proof enough of that. But we had not counted with one thing – sponsor weariness.
Check out the post by Kishore Bhargava on the FOSS.IN site – “The Real Content”.
People don’t buy something because we want them to, or because we make it easier/cheaper to buy it. People buy something when you answer the all-important question: “What’s in it for me?” You may have the greatest of reasons to offer “Drag and drop” “Rounded corners” “Customisation” “Cheaper” Etc But none of them are compelling [...]