I’m a digital thinker and technology evangelist who has just crossed the barrier into the thirties.
My varied interest include (apart from tech & the internet) design and human-computer interaction, advertising & marketing and history. I am an avid foodie and can be found over my Weber kettle most weekends.
This site is my Notebook, a collection of articles of my own writings and a carefully curated collection of information and bits gathered from elsewhere. My writings consist of my opinions, experiences and research. You will find some topics on the notebook a little off the beaten track. These include my posts on ‘Exploring Hinduism‘.
Professionally, I am a digital thinker and marketer who has worked with leading digital agencies in India. Over the last few years I have seen and experienced the growth of the Internet and mobile in India . I have worked on large fortune 500 brands across multiple categories, including – Microsoft, Nokia, Airtel, Levi’s & The Oberoi Group of Hotels among others. To see more about my day job, connect with me on LinkedIn.
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- All opinions and views presented on this site are mine alone.
- Content on the site is provided under license. Which license? A license of common sense. Feel free to use content from this site, but do link back. Don’t copy excessively. Fair use has some limits. If you would like to use content from this site in a commercial product, please do contact me for further licensing details.