Movie Bonanza!!

Hey ppl, been a while since i blogged!!!

Thought will share the list of movies i have watched in the month of march… Here you go :

1) Last Kiss

2) Happy Feet

3) Memoirs of Giesha

4) School for the Scoundrels

5) United 93

6) Before Sunset

7) Before Sunrise

8) Blood Diamond



11)Pulp Fiction

12) Resovior Dogs

13) Shawshank Redemption

14 )Pursuit of Happiness

15) Beyond Boundaries



18) Stranger than ficiton

19)The bridge to terabithia

20)The Usual Suspects

21)The Fast and the Furious – Tokoyo drift

uffff quite a list aint it??!

Will update on more movies the next month :)

Happy New Year

Wish you all a very happy, prosperous and a joy filled year. May all your dreams come true..

Gmail has added a feature that allows you to read mail from any other non-Gmail account within the Gmail interface.

To configure follow this link  : https://mail.google.com/support/bin/answer.py?ctx=%67mail&hl=en&answer=21288

Now how reliable it is, I leave it onu guys to try it out.. :) . Nevertheless,  looks like a good feature though …

Devil’s Advocate..

Karan Thappar interviewing Jethmalani.. You surely dont want to miss this.
Check the video and the conversation here:

Got this article via email and would like to share it with all.

Knowledge Management is a buzzword in today’s corporate scenario. Companies have instituted special programs wherein their employees can acquire knowledge from newer avenues. But in the midst of all this, we forget what is also equally important - the application. I have seen many people who have excellent knowledge, they have acquired so much of information which is available at their fingertips but when it comes to practical application they are nowhere. Knowledge when not applied is of no use as it does not produce any results and just rots in the mind. The culmination of knowledge occurs when it is put into use and benefits everybody. Knowledge and Application are like 2 sides of the same coin, one along with the other makes life more valuable.

I have tried to create a knowledge-application chart as given below. This chart will help us classify ourselves and others among the listed 4 categories:

Knowledge and Application Chart
1. Dummies: They score very low on both the fronts and they are yet to begin the journey. No point talking about them.

2. Sinners: This category of people have lot of knowledge but they do not apply that knowledge. According to me having knowledge and not applying for the benefit of growth is a sin.

3. Survivors: These are a unique group of people, who apply almost everything they know. The ability to apply makes these individuals survivors.

4. Achievers: These are the people who should be looked up to. They score high on both the parameters. They achieve a lot and become somebody because they are busy applying the knowledge which they continuously acquire.

The idea is not just to plot individuals in the chart, but what is more important is to realize that it’s not the end-of-the road. We can move up the matrix by having a higher knowledge-application ratio and also help others to move. That’s the way to go….

Oracle 9i VS Oracle 10g

I have been using oracle 9i and was pretty comfy with the feature set and the user friendliness. The Management console was pretty much simpler to use and understandable even by a novice user.

I upgraded to Oracle 10g just few days back (Well the real reason being to fix a bug basically) and after installing it I was completely lost. No Management consloe as it was there in Oracle 9i???? I was completely lost..

After googling for a while i found that Oracle 10g had a web based management console. Now, generally you log into the oracle database using the very famous scott and tiger credentials and that was not the case with 10g. Again after googling for a while, found that you need to use SYSMAN as the username and the password that you provide during the installation.

hmmmm. It’s a mamoth change from 9i and will take a while to figure out the new feature set included in 10g but for sure it is much more complex than it looks. I’m playing aroun

Dan Osman

Dan Osman  known for the exceptionally dangerous sports of “free-soloing” (rock climbing without ropes or other safety gear) and doing “controlled free-falls” (deliberately falling several hundred feet (his record was over 1200 feet) from a cliff while relying on a safety rope). He was known for living a bohemian lifestyle, rarely working, and living in a treehouse for months at a time. However he was the star of several rock climbing videos, which brought free-soloing to a wider audience.He died November 23, 1998 at the age of 35 after his rope length was miscalculated carrying out a controlled free-fall jump from a rock pillar called Leaning Tower in Yosemite National Park. He is survived by his daughter Emma Osman.

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