Bangalore was never expected to face off the kind of explosive development that it's gone through so far. It was never designed for that, and it cannot adapt to that unless the politicians do something about it, and let the city grow bigger instead of investing all the monies into a few selected areas and industries. For instance, if someone builds up a new IT park which is too close to the border of another state, they won't get a rebate of any sort, and worse yet the taxes they will have to pay will be multi-fold. What I don't understand is, how many IT parks can exactly be built into one tiny city without moving towards (even about 5 kms from the border) of another state? Our politicians are f***ing dolts beyond comprehension. But as long as they get all they want, they'll continue to do what they do.
The sewage system, the local transportation, water supply, availability of (or the ability to effectively produce) electricity, cooking gas supply, handling traffic, planning proper layouts of commercial and residential plots, and pretty much a lot more suck the same alsatian's you know what.
There are way too many colleges and universities in and around Bangalore, which means access to fresh talent to the companies (and the investors of companies). This has lead to growth so far, but God knows what is going to happen hence forth. The population is simply exploding (mainly because of people migrating into Bangalore for jobs from other cities).
But hopefully when sh*t hits the fan, I'll be far away, or have an umbrella of some sort.
ØyaQuote by Rahul Rajat Singh A successful man is one who can lay a firm foundation with the bricks others have thrown at him.
- David Brinkley JRandom Topic of the Day™ by Nithin Sundar Must read disclaimer: Before you jump on more than 10 horses, Notice the joke icon? Now take a deep breath and read. Good.
Many new GIT members aren't bothered about almost anything than just replying to quizzes(even this has almost vanished!) and don't seem to participate by starting some topic containing a good discussion whenever they have time to post in GIT. The only things which are actually existent is quotes now. Discuss. Ø1,00,000 Notation by Hiren solanki Is there any specific word in english except 'Lacs' we Indians using ? ´Puzzle by Prerak Patel The tricky one.
Make it correct just by moving just one digit. ØFriday back again by _AK_ And so am I with this post.
So what you guys doing over the weekend.
May be a movie and lots of weekly stuffs for me tomorrow and Sunday will be the rest day unless missus thinks otherwise. ØWhat the **** by Suresh Suthar Whats wrong with these guys. Every year they go on strike. But today without any intimation.
I am really tensed.
http://news.rediff.com/commentary/2012/jul/20/liveupdates.htm ØGIT Bandh by Rama Krishna Vavilala now that will be interesting thing to do ! What's going on in Lounge? codeproject.com|Lounge
JA bit of science by Espen Harlinn Miss Campbell was the science teacher of the first grade. In one of her classes, she was explaining the students all about magnets and demonstrated to them how they could pick up nails, pins and other bits of iron.
At the end of the class, she wanted to make sure the students remembered what they had been taught, so she asked, "My name begins with the letter 'M' and I pick up things. What am I supposed to be?"
A little boy in the last row raised his hand and said, "You're a mommy!" ØGood day today by ChrisElston IT Director has walked around handing out a company branded pen to all employees.
I got two.
Some days are just good days. ØVery Good Day Today! by DaveAuld I just went onto the OU website purely by chance and noticed by last exam result was through (was due until the 3rd August)........managed to bag a Distinction! My first and probably only ever one
Happy as a pig in sh*t doesn't sum it up enough! Øjust a thought by rnbergren I find it funny. I would change the java to cobol probably but
image of coding definitions ØIs your cat boring? by leppie http://www.thepoke.co.uk/2012/07/20/is-your-cat-boring/ ØIs your AI boring? by CDP1802 Last night I let the little program to test the AI for my article run overnight. In the morning 100000 generations of orcs had been fighting and what did they learn? They learned to deliberately be passive and let the fights end in a draw. They only meant business when they had the impression that they needed to do something for their ranking.
This result is really interesting, because they actually evolved a non-selfish strategy for survival and meeting the fitness requirements with the least possible effort. The only problem is that this certainly is not an army worthy of Mordor. Tonight I'm going to show them what delaying will bring them. How about adding another orc with a whip to motivate them? ØAbominable discrimination against American bacon providers ! by BillWoodruff July 20: CNN: "Hogs feel drought's pinch" by Chris Welch.
Fellow American Baconites,
Are we going to just sit by and watch, as corn and soybeans, mere vegetables, get first-class treatment, and our sentient fellow-creature Noble Swine are mercilessly pinched, and treated like pigs ? Shall we not come up with some equivalent to the "Occupy" movement to protest this atrocity ?
The target of our protest must, of course, not defame, or injure, the innocent corn and soybean crops, but, must be what we in Thailand refer to as the "invisible hands:" the behind-the-scenes financial master-minds who have control over the bought-and-paid-for corn-fed politicians who have also been seduced and bribed by the soybean kingpins. The fact that many of them may also be vegetables, mentally, must not deter us from seeking righteous redress !
Excerpt from the CNN article:
"In many ways, the drought could prove worse for livestock producers than for farmers. For example, corn and soybean farmers have the option of buying federal crop insurance. Roughly 90% of Iowans take advantage of that — it doesn’t cover everything, but it helps get them by until next years harvest.
But there is no equivalent federal insurance for livestock. So if hog or cattle producers can’t afford to purchase the higher priced corn feed, they’re essentially out of luck."
Save our Swine, keep America obese !
best, Bill ØWhich technology are you researching / using at the moment? by Norm .net I'm looking at QR Codes. Basically we print QR Codes for delivery notes and then scan them back with the customers signature the QR Code contains the Order number. The proves more realiable than bar / numberic OCR. ØiPhone Stungun Case by Tim Corey CNET News:
The Yellow Jacket iPhone case prototype combines phone protection with personal protection in the form of a built-in stun gun.
From the "I couldn't have said it better myself"-category:
It could be the most unpleasant butt-dial you've ever experienced.
The article also points out that you can stay connected on the phone while discharging the case into someone. A necessary feature, I'm sure. ØHottest Athletes In The Olympics by Roger Wright So it's going to be that kind of Olympics? ØIs IE really crappy or what! by Mycroft Holmes Sitting here on a hot Saturday morning getting my CP fix (sad I know) and wife walks in brandishing our ban new ultra book stating the dammed thing is broken, she can't type into the Google search box in IE.
After an anguished sigh I look to see the cursor is flashing in the edit box, I type and bugger me the dammed thing doesn't work. Close and open the browser, same problem.
So I point to the Chrome icon and tell her to use that one! Ah peace again!
The only problem is that if we use the same browser it may be a little creepy, I have no interest in the sites she visits and have been told categorically that she is not interested in pron or CP. ØBatman massacre guns were purchased legally. by swjam [Law enforcement sources said the weapons were purchased legally by Holmes at sporting goods stores in the Denver area over the past six months.]
Aries: Things will be a little tense with your family at the moment, and a few conflicts are bound to be popping up on the home front for you today. Taurus: Be careful that some unpleasant misunderstandings don't end up ruining your mood today. Gemini: Some lingering financial disputes will be coming to a head today. Cancer: Don't be surprised if your financial situation ends up requiring a little attention today. Leo: With everything you've got going on today, don't be surprised if you end up feeling a little drained by later tonight. Virgo: A few troubling issues will really be weighing on your mind today. Libra: You should take the opportunity to get out in the social whirl and enjoy the world around you tonight. Scorpio: Don't be afraid to talk to any interesting or important people who end up crossing your path today. Sagittarius: Even if there are a few difficult financial issues that need to be dealt with today, you still ought to be in a pretty positive mood by later tonight. Capricorn: If some lingering issues with a partner pop up at some point today, just try not to say or do anything to make matters worse. Aquarius: If things have been a little strained with someone special lately, you'll be eager to try to improve things today. Pisces: A lot will really be expected of you at work today.
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