Archive for the ‘Offbeat’ Category

GOA Parade!

Posted on December 20th, 2007 in Offbeat | 15 Comments »

I am off to Goa for 5 days starting from tomorrow. Its the eve of Christmas and also the warm welcoming of a brand new year. Till that time there will be no new posts on Techtracer but don’t worry because my mind is filled up with ideas for celebrating the new year on Techtracer in a grand way. What the idea is will be a surprise. :)

Palolem Beach, GOA
Kaushal Karkhanis

But right now, its Goa time folks. Wish you all a Merry Christmas. Ahh… I can smell the sea. Bon Voyage!

If Microsoft Came Up With A Phone!

Posted on October 22nd, 2007 in Microsoft, Offbeat | 8 Comments »

This is out ragingly hilarious. Imagine a scenario where Microsoft comes with an iPhone clone and you own one of those pieces. How would you feel if this ever happened to you. I couldn’t control my laughter as I came out this little gem of a comment in fakesteveballmer blog.

Microsoft ZunePhone

The comment reads as follows where ZUP is slated as Microsoft’s iPhone clone called ZunePhone. If that did’t amuse you, the following comment will take your wits off. 😀

I am anxiously waiting for a call from a family member or close friend when my ZUP rings, and I touch the “Answer” button…

1 – The call doesn’t connect, but I am shown a dialog box that says “Do you really want to answer the call?” I touch the ‘Yes’ button.

2 – A second dialog box is displayed that says Read the rest of this entry »

India finally has THE winning captain!

Posted on September 22nd, 2007 in News, Offbeat | 5 Comments »

This would definitely be an offbeat post in this blog but this is something which I cannot withstand of sharing.

India today where impeccable in the semi finals of the Twenty20 world cup versus the unbeaten one day and test match cricket champions Australlia. India proved that this format was a different ball game to them after all. Having been favorites for a long time now India were far from being the favorites amongst the experts and commentators alike but fickle minded audience along with me were in the hoards of the simple yet amazingly brilliant and fresh Indian team which took storm after they chalked out Pakistan in the qualifiers and the unbeaten host South Africa in the quarter finals.

Now yet again they will brandishing their greatest strength to Pakistan in the grand finale. The greatest strength of the current Indian team is the dark horse in the form of a wicket keeper and in the boots of the caption, the wise and the visceral, Mahendra Singh Dhoni. He has showed the team how he can lead the path for the future of the Indian team and I believe that the long thirst of a great leader for the team is starting to quench. Dhoni is an example of quality leadership, hard work with dedication and getting the basic right. The most applaudable comment and the belief that Read the rest of this entry »

Apple iPhone – Tussle of the giants

Posted on January 14th, 2007 in Offbeat, Opinions | 2 Comments »

Apple is out with its latest and probably I would say the best offering of this year. You know it, Steve Jobs announced the iPhone with much pompous and exuberance. It is indeed a revolutionary phone, looking dead sexy and providing the best and the most unimaginable features you have till now witnessed.


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