I am an International Award-winning Entrepreneur, Technologist, received Asia Innovation Award from SingTel, Singapore, Full-stack Designer & Developer building Websites for more than 17+ years, Software Consultant for Japanese Companies, Creative DIY Hacker and a Geek based in Asia. Currently working towards the great mission to make the world a better place to work.
TEDx Fellow and Mentor for NurtureTalent Startup Boot Camp at IIT Madras.
Some of my previous Web products (View 1, View 2) have received a great response from China and Japan. Also ranked as world’s top 50 hosted blogging platform by Alexa.com.
Early contributed member of World Wide Web Consortium (W3.org), W3C HTML 5 Working Group and Internet Society (ISOC) India Chapter.
I specializes in most aspects of Web business, including strategy, creative, design, development and it's growth. My expertise and interest includes Front-end development, UI/UX Design, Branding, E-commerce, IoT, Software as a service (SaaS), Cloud Computing, Amazon Web Services (AWS), Big Data, Singularity, AI, User Onboarding, Typography, Developing Social Networking Platforms (SNS), Product Prototyping, SEO and Linux & Open Source Technologies.
I enjoy travel / adventure, photography, rock climbing, simple things — nature, reading. I love Japanese culture, trying different flavor of tea, Zen philosophy, making mistakes & learning from them, DIY hacks, and a die-hard fan of JDrama, Western movies and Comics.
My blog is Listed as 'Favorite Blog lists at Sun Microsystems' Web Blog in 2005. Blogging since 2002 and listed as the 'Top 10 Tech blogger' by 'Blog Street India' and rated as the 'Top 50 Tech Blogger' by 'Blogs Top List' in 2005 – 2007. My blog posts have also been featured at Google Blogoscoped.com, Netscape.com, Java.net, Webpronews, Planet Mozilla, Linux Toy and few other popular blogs. Made my own blogging site at Yahoo! Geocities as geocities.com/i5bala (screenshots) in early 2002.
Being a big supporter of Linux - Ubuntu & Open source movement, organized the "Ubuntu Dapper Drake T-Shirts Contest" to create more awareness and interest for the early versions of Ubuntu Linux.
Personally, you won’t find me on Facebook. To stay in touch or Want to work together? You can text me at: email@example.com
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My Inspirational Statue
made man, the statue I greatly admire and the principle I strongly
believe. "... left to his own devices, man will use his god-given talents to
be creative, productive, and prosperous. Using free will, he will better his
own situation and that of those around him, thereby influencing in a positive
way his own destiny..."
Swami Vivekananda Said...
"... get up, and set your shoulder to the wheel-how long is
this life for? as you have come into this world, leave some mark behind.
otherwise where is the difference between you and the trees and stones? - they
too come into existence, decay and die..." - Swami
Sony Ericsson announced a new addition to its Mobile Walkman family - the W550. This is an affordable phone for expressive fun seekers, offering great quality stereo music, a 1.3 megapixel camera, full Internet browsing and 3D gaming in one compact and stylish swivel phone design. It has a bright, 1.8 inch and 176x220 pixel TFT screen with 262K colors.
The new W550 phone is a Tri-band / GPRS phone supporting both J2ME MIDP 2.0 and Mobile Java 3D (Mascot Capsule v3 as well as JSR-184/M3G). Games can be played with the screen positioned horizontally and with buttons on the left and right of the screen being used for two-handed control. >>
Scientists at the Rocket launching station in Thumba, were in the habit of working for nearly 12 to 18 hours a day. There were about seventy such scientists working on a project. All the scientists were really frustrated due to the pressure of work and the demands of their boss but everyone was loyal to him and did not think of quitting the job.
One day, one scientist came to his boss and told him - Sir, I have promised to my children that I will take them to the exhibition going on in our township. So I want to leave the office at 5 30 pm.
His boss replied - O K, You are permitted to leave the office early today.
The Scientist started working. He continued his work after lunch. As usual he got involved to such an extent that he looked at his watch when he felt he was close to completion. The time was 8.30 p.m
Suddenly he remembered of the promise he had given to his children. He looked for his boss, but he was not there. Having told him in the morning itself, he closed everything and left for home.
Deep within himself, he was feeling guilty for having disappointed his children.
He reached home. Children were not there. His wife alone was sitting in the hall and reading magazines. The situation was explosive; any talk would boomerang on him.
His wife asked him - Would you like to have coffee or shall I straight away serve dinner if you are hungry.
The man replied - If you would like to have coffee, I too will have but what about Children???
Wife replied- you don't know - Your manager came at 5 15 P.M and has taken the children to the exhibition.
What had really happened was
The boss who granted him permission was observing him working seriously at 5.00 p.m. He thought to himself, this person will not leave the work, but if he has promised his children they should enjoy the visit to exhibition. So he took the lead in taking them to exhibition
The boss does not have to do it every time. But once it is done, loyalty is established.
That is why all the scientists at Thumba continued to work under their boss even though the stress was tremendous.
By the way, can you hazard a guess as to who the boss was?
He was A P J Abdul Kalam, the current President of India !!.
Google Talk is a simple and free way to talk with and send instant messages to your friends. Like Gmail, Google Talk uses Google's innovative technologies to help people communicate more effectively and efficiently. Think of it as Google's approach to communications.
Google Talk is easy and intuitive to use. All you need to make free calls is an Internet connection, a microphone, and a speaker. After you download Google Talk, sign in with your Gmail username and password. Invite your friends to download Google Talk, and once they do, you'll be able to talk or IM with them instantly. >>
PC Magazine gives 4 "Stars" for OpenOffice, which says version 2.0 is surprisingly slick and highly compatible with Microsoft Office file formats. It even offers features not found in its expensive Microsoft counterpart. Quite interesting, but still it has to take more market space. >>
Deer Park Alpha 2 is an alpha release of our next generation Firefox browser and it is being made available for testing purposes only for developers and the testing community. Current users of Mozilla Firefox 1.0.x should not download or use Deer Park Alpha 2. Deer Park Alpha 2 is not an official mozilla.org final release; it has been made available for testing purposes only, with no end-user support. >>
Froogle Mobile allows to search the web for products from our mobile phone, to search for lower online prices when we away from your computer. Hope to see the Froogle mobile in India too, very soon. >>
Popular Science, publishes an article about our human Body's in the Future. It states, brain chips that enable us to control machines with our thoughts. Kidneys and lungs built to order in the lab. Pills to make you smarter and more creative. An implant that gives you a tan and protects against skin cancer. Nanotechnology are already yielding products to help the sick and injured, including a Band-Aid-like heart patch and the C-leg prosthesis for amputees. Very interesting to read. >>
Tux for iPod, an elegant stand for iPod. This lucite beastie comes in two models, Tilt and Upright, and accentuates our iPod like nothing else in the world, aside from a silk scarf and a beret. Cost around $35. >>
CNET, lists Top 10 Technology they misses. It includes the Apple's Newton, Napster and other interesting stuffs and that they thought have with them forever, but that unfortunately have gone the way of the dodo.. quite interesting. >>
iBeat, an iPod illuminating headphone with an steady light for our music, powered with 2 AAA batteries. It can be used along with other MP3 players also. IBeat available in green, white, pink, blue colors. Looks cO0l. >>
May there always be work for your hands to do, May your purse always hold a coin or two. May the sun always shine on your windowpane, May a rainbow be certain to follow each rain. May the hand of a friend always be near you, May God fill your heart with gladness to cheer you.
Apple's introuced Mighty Mouse, added more buttons to its mouse. More like touchpads. Instead of a scroll wheel, it has a scroll ball that allows us to scroll horizontally and vertically. It has a left and right click area, as well as force sensing buttons on the sides. The mouse is programmable under OS X Tiger and even plays nice with the PC.
With Mighty Mouse’s Scroll Ball, we can scroll at a 45-degree angle even roll in 360-degree sweeps. Pan across a massive digital image in iPhoto or Adobe Photoshop.Take in a whole PDF in Preview. The Scroll Ball moves the content on our screen just as our eyes might move across a printed page. The Scroll Ball acts as an extra mouse button too, offering us one of a few clever clicking options. >>
Business Week Magazine lists the top 20 Innovative Companies in the World, Apple get's the top list :). But Google is given the 8th place :(, whereas Microsoft is listed in 3rd position. I don't know how they categorized this list, totally stupid!!. I can't really think of anything Microsoft has innovated recently much than Google. That’s totally UNACCEPTABLE and UNFAIR!!
Nike's Hammer watch is tougher than a pitbull with a titanium codpiece. It can survive almost anything Mother Nature can hurl at it, barring a volcanic eruption - it'll withstand seriously heavy shocks and is water resistant up to 50m. The Nike Hammer hits UK shops in early September for £100.