May
23
2013

People Spend Less on Fathers . . .

Fathers get the short end of the stick . . . according to the infographic below, on average, a person would spend $35 less on Father’s day as compared to Mother’s day. I have my own theories on why this is – firstly, since Mother’s day comes first – people would spend their budgeted amount. […]

May
13
2013

Book Review: Relentless by Tim Grover

This is Tim Grover’s list of what he thinks will get you from being good to “great”. Tim Grover has helped several elite athletes who are already very good (mostly basketball players) become the best. To name a few, his clients include Michael Jordan, Charles Barkley, Kobe Bryant and Dwyane Wade. So obviously he knows […]

Mar
17
2013

Blogging at 30000 ft above ground

As I write this I’m somewhere in the skies near Florida. It’s amazing how you can get internet up here . . . Just wanted to write something coz I got nothing better to do.

Mar
6
2013

Infographic Wednesday

I love coffee so much and the occasional tea once in a while that I just have to share this infographic . . .

Jan
30
2013

Hackathon . . .

There is an upcoming weekend hackathon that is extremely interesting to me – it’s the Hacking Health hackathon in Vancouver. According to their website, this event is a national organisation dedicated to fostering collaboration between health and IT experts. It’s basically an event where healthcare professionals meet technology experts to discuss and collaborate over IT […]

Jan
9
2013

Online Learning

There have been several recent developments in the e-learning space and the experience is becoming less daunting and friendlier. The courses are also becoming more immersive and increasingly interactive – social features also give the user the impression that they are part of a classroom instead of being isolated and independent. I have taken paid […]

Dec
18
2012

Holiday Greetings . . .

It has been quite a while since my last post. I have been busy doing mostly email campaigns for the past 2 months and the holidays are fast approaching so things are kind of slowing down. It has been a productive year for me as well – I have started on a new diet regimen […]

Oct
19
2012

Put a Flickr feed into your page

I found a jquery plugin that puts your Flickr public feed into your website. Shoutout to the developers of this fine plugin! Now let’s get straight to the code: This is how you call the plugin: $(‘#gallery’).jflickrfeed({ limit: 14, qstrings: { set: ‘72157624900621129’, nsid: ‘[email protected]’ }, itemTemplate: ‘<li>’ + ‘<a href=”{{image_b}}”><img src=”{{image_s}}” alt=”{{title}}” /></a>’ + […]