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How Dropbox helped me avoid TSA detention

// August 24th, 2012 // 2 Comments » // Miscellaneous, Personal, Presentation

I’m sitting at the Northwest Arkansas airport as I type this waiting for my flight which is about 2.5 hours from now. What am I doing here so early? Here’s what happened: A couple of weeks back I get an email from the organizer of the NWATechfest giving me instructions on where to park, whom […]

Good Bye, 2011. You will be missed.

// December 31st, 2011 // 1 Comment » // Fun, Miscellaneous, Personal

I usually don’t do these “looking back” posts at the end of year. But this year deserves to be an exception. I’ll be the first one to admit that my memory is very short but I don’t have to think really hard to come up with the highlights of my personal and professional life in […]

Hitler is informed of Anna Hazare’s plan to fast again

// August 18th, 2011 // No Comments » // Fun, Miscellaneous, Youtube

Priceless! If you don’t know who Anna Hazare is, check out the following articles. CNN – Indian activist tells protesters: ‘Your revolution has energized me’ BBC – India corruption: Anna Hazare to resume hunger strike Now, get ready to watch the famous Hitler meme – the desi version.

My talk on jQuery at Dallas TechFest 2011

// August 13th, 2011 // No Comments » // JavaScript, jQuery, Presentation

Not sure if many people know this but this was my first talk at an official conference. I’ve presented several times before at work and also at user groups. But not at any conference before this one. So I’d like to thank Tim Rayburn and Teresa Burger for the opportunity. I’d completely forgotten that I’d […]

Review of Seductive Interaction Design by Stephen Anderson

// July 21st, 2011 // 2 Comments » // Reading, UX

The title of this post may be a little misleading because I’m not going to critique the book here for two main reasons. #1. I’m not sure if my English is good enough to express how I feel about this book and I’m afraid I may say things that may not necessarily reflect what I […]

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