Archive for June, 2005

Getting ‘Rumpy-Pumpy’ In Indian BPOs

Thursday, June 30th, 2005

Read this hillarious story in The Register based on a revealing report about employees in Indian Call Centre getting ‘rumpy-pumpy’ within their BPO office spaces in The Times of India. Exquisite. 😀

2-Wheelers Are Below Taj Chandigarh’s Standards

Thursday, June 30th, 2005

Taj Chandigarh is the latest to open from the Taj chain of hotels in India. It is also the first 5-Star hotel in Chandigarh. Since I’d been to the Taj in Mumbai (the oldest and most prestigious one which dates back to 1903) a few times, I had been very excited about the whole deal […]

Clawing Sylphites

Tuesday, June 28th, 2005

Thanks to Ricardo for giving me the inspiration for this post’s title. There are now, to my knowledge, 4 active blogs from Sylpheed-Claws developers: Colin Hoa Paul Ricardo Of the two more known to me, Alfons seems to have shut down his blog and looks like Thorsten has a girlfriend again. 😉 A whole lot […]

Printing Is Coming to SC!

Tuesday, June 28th, 2005

After a super job of correcting IMAP, Colin has started work on printing in Sylpheed-Claws. This was perhaps one of the biggest issues in SC and it’s wonderful to see him getting his hands dirty on this. Paul tells me this was the first commit after v1.9.12 (released today) too. Whoo! 😀 Now only if […]

My Boss Has Brains

Friday, June 17th, 2005

Seriously. One article in Businessweek led to a discussion about retaining talent (hey, we’re a normal company; even we have people walking out). So, he wrote in an email that makes a whole lotta sense to me as a manager. If you’re working in a senior position in any organisation, you will have members of […]