Do not spoil the carpet!

Rich woman with poor past and temperament.

It must be many years ago, may be 6-7 years ago. There was a property dispute and under orders of the court we had to visit the residence of a litigating party alongwith two officers appointed by the court and the lawyers of that party.
We reached as per plan. It was a palatial Banglow in one of the most posh localities. The dispute was also about billions. We were seated in a dining room with about 16 seat table and a lot of murals, statutes and artifacts collected in the room. It looked more like a small store house with a lot of empty space in between, to keep the table. An apparent display of wealth in clumsiness. Continue reading

Paradox

Technology creating artificial distances.

Technology is supposed to make human interaction easy and smooth. Is it not? After all what is the point of having all these electronic gadgets if we can not be contacted or reached by someone who wants to. But in practice very often we ignore the person right in front of us while involving ourself in one of these very Gadget. A dear friend Geoffrey has compiled a beautiful set of 10 Rules to resolve this paradox. Click at the link below to read these rules:

it’s become grossly apparent to me how much we allow technology to get in the way of connecting with each other. I’m not suggesting that technology is the problem; in fact, I’m an avid and active proponent for social media and the interactive web. It’s not the technology, it’s how we use the technology. (via 10 Rules of Tech-etiquette « Geoffrey Webb.)

I would like to add an eleventh Rule to these 10 etiquettes:

“Those damn walkers with music buds in ear. At least during walk head sets should not be used as it is dangerous. Some kids keep one head set on at all the time and ask you to repeat twice everything you say. “