Archive for the ‘Tech and Culture’ Category

13 Nov, 2007

Cocoa Programming resources

Posted by: Gargs In: Tech and Culture

I am learning Cocoa programming these days, and am actually picking it up very quickly. As I have mentioned in the past, it reminds me a lot of SmallTalk programming. Below are some sites/resources that I am finding really helpful. I’ll update the list from time to time. COCOABUILDER.COM – A perfect interface to both […]

25 Oct, 2007

Google goes to India

Posted by: Gargs In: Economy|India|Tech and Culture

Check out this article about Google India in Fortune Google Goes to India Money quote – “Those who work at Google speak of a halo effect. Landing a job at Google is said to increase marriage prospects in a culture where title and income are critical to the practice of arranged matchmaking.”

23 Oct, 2007

On digital content pricing

Posted by: Gargs In: Tech and Culture

It is the end of the year 2007. We use computers for everything, including listening to music and watching movies. Why then, are we still stuck in the last decade trying to price all digital content like we were still buying physical media? Why do we have to buy the same content multiple times for […]

I have come to believe that you’re a smart shopper if the stock price of the company whose products you consistently buy keeps on going up. Since my move to Apple products, and since the time I bought AAPL stock, it has gone up roughly about 10%. I own a Mac, an iPhone, Airport Extreme […]

I just realized that I have completely transitioned myself out of using any sort of free email service (Gmail, Hotmail, etc.). One of the lures of free email used to be the cost associated with getting our own domain, along with hosting services, but thanks to mass consumer adoption and services like Google Apps for […]

14 Jul, 2007

To innovate or to excel ?

Posted by: Gargs In: Tech and Culture

Isn’t it funny – Entrepreneurs work harder than “corporate drones” only to build something with hopes of getting acquired by another bigger corporation, and then end up as drones in the acquiring company for next few years. In the last few years, I have only seen a handful of entrepreneurs who actually move on to […]

30 Jun, 2007


Posted by: Gargs In: Life and Personal|Tech and Culture

Posting this from my new iPhone, and have to say that I am pretty impressed!

I was thinking how much things have changed in the last 10 years. We now live in an increasingly connected society, at least from a technological point of view. Yet, at the same time, there are things that haven’t changed at all. We still have the middle east crisis. We’re still fighting hunger and poverty, […]

17 Jun, 2007

Interesting read on Space Colonization

Posted by: Gargs In: Tech and Culture

http://www.antipope.org/charlie/blog-static/2007/06/the_high_frontier_redux.html I’ll post my comments later.

First the iPod Shuffle, and now a Macbook! Granted, that the shuffle was a raffle prize at work, it still was my first official Apple possession. For the longest time, I imagined myself never ever buying a Mac simply because to me it never appeared as a serious development platform. Having grown up with DOS […]


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