Monday, October 16, 2006


At what point is a person dead?

How much percentage of the world's water is contained in a cow?
How does a perm work?
Of all 19th-century politicians, who was most like Tony Blair?

The common link? Oxbridge interviews

Wednesday, October 11, 2006


A penny for his thoughts

A hilarious question on Yahoo! Answers and equally hilarious answers.

He should probably consider registering his email with spammers.

Wednesday, October 04, 2006


What's more likely to kill you: A hernia or a terrorist?

If you are in the US, your appendix is more likely to kill you than al-Qaeda.

In a neat article, One Million Ways to Die, Wired extrapolates data from the last ten years to create a colour-coded chart of the threats US citizens face. Driving off the road tops the chart, and terrorism comes second-last, above only carbon monoxide poisoning from products.

In fact, you are more likely to be shot by law enforcement than a terrorist.

Tuesday, July 25, 2006


World eBook Fair

For a great collection eBooks, head for the World eBook Fair.
To celebrate Project Gutenberg's 35 birthday, the site is offering free access up to August 4.

Monday, July 24, 2006


Gaping hole

The next time the urge strikes you to gape at passing celebrities, remember to lock the safe

Tuesday, July 11, 2006


Oh Marco!

My young colleague, Nazim Khan thinks Materazzi is no angel. And he's got some video evidence too.

Monday, June 26, 2006


Want some vaastu for your home page?

If your web site is not doing as well as it's supposed, may be your should try some feng shui or vaastu for your site.

"Earth is the layout, fire is the colour, air is the HTML, space is name of the Web site, and water is the font and graphics," says one expert.

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