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Tonight 2016 ends. I don't know if it was a good year or a bad year. I do believe it was a year with a lot of change. Change brought about for good (or for bad) as some may believe. I lost my last grandparent, I lost a dog, I spent 10 days in New York, and I read a few good books. I found a place for myself in my own eyes and in the work I do. I don't believe change is about resolutions. A new year is an arbitrary deadline. How will I decide something without understanding how it will affect the rest of my year.
I had an idea for a different kind of storytelling the other day. Maybe I was inspired by the buzzword of co-creation I keep throwing out in my day job. I wanted to try my hand by telling a story through pictures and words. And for new words I reached out to friends on Facebook. I think I have had a decent first attempt. What do you think?
As another year comes to a close, and the time for resolutions comes around, I thought of something which stayed with me from a movie I watched a while ago. Charlie Chaplin's The Great Dictator - is both an amusing and a thought provoking movie. The caricature of Hitler in the form of the Romanian dictator and… Continue reading What’s your resolution for 2015?
In cricket I think this is a ton... And just like that with my last post - I have made 100 posts on this experiment of mine. On 13th August 2008 - I made my first post - Questioning Google. Google bashing continues to be one of my favourite topics. What with questioning the abilities… Continue reading 100 Posts
Permit me a post for gratuitous self aggrandisement; it's my birthday!!
Strangely peaceful, laying in bed, looking at the lightning and listening to the rain. Perfect weather to start re-recording the things which make #100HappyDays.
#100HappyDays Just because and why not?
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my scars are not ugly they mean I’m alive Inspirational is a word thrown across very lightly. Very rarely do you come across something that is truly inspiring. This is the story of Beth Whaanga. Who dared to do something that an increasingly puritanical society may find distressing or inappropriate. Like the people who flagged… Continue reading True inspiration