After the recent job change, I fear I am turning into a weekend blogger… After four and a half years in IT Companies, was doing a short stint at a social media consulting firm. Social Media job in an emerging start-up was a great experience. I’m now back to mainstream IT company. More details in LinkedIn for those interested.
Weekdays keep me fully occupied and little time I can spare before hitting the bed is usually spent in approving & responding to comments, checking facebook updates, reading other blogs and other online activities. Haven’t managed to publish a proper post during week days of late. That might continue for a while.
Hence expect new posts only during weekends for some time. Posts published during weekdays, if any, will be either prepared on a weekend and scheduled to go live on a weekday, or short posts prepared in very little time.
I can already sense a small dip in traffic. Hope to recover that by being regular on weekends.
In other updates,
- Learnt that fellow blogger Sankara has also joined mainstream IT after a break- congrats to him and Mridula Dwivedi will be joining Skoda Yeti-National Geographic Right of the Way road trip. Congrats to her and looking forward to read her posts and seeing her on NatGeo as well.
- So many scams all around- 35k crore foodgrains scam, 70k crores CWG scam, 1.7 lakh crores 2G scam- I feel the need for a bigger unit- something like calling 1lakh crore as 1SCU (Standard Corruption Unit), so that we can keep track of them more easily. In comparison, Satyam Computers 7000 crores looks too small and insignificant. In all these scams getting resignation of concerned people is treated as victory- recovering lost money is something that may never happen
- Back home, BSY Govt has put people to shame and nothing much left to write about it. Sudden exodus of popular editor Vishveshwara Bhat and few other key columnists from popular Kannada daily is also sounding suspicious. Was it a govt hand at work? TOI’s changed priorities? Something else? hope a wikileaks equivalent will throw some light
- Wikileaks, Barkhagate and lots of other developments have made it difficult to keep track of current affairs. Lets see what’s in store for 2011