Tuesday, October 04, 2005

New articles

September and October 2005 articles will be uploaded soon. Been a long time...

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Wednesday, June 01, 2005

Show Windows The Door!

Most of the computer-using world uses Windows while some use a Mac. But apart from these two, there is another Operating System (OS) that has gained acceptance and become popular with home and office users alike. Linux, christened after its original author Linus Torvalds, is an Open Source (meaning sources of information, code, pictures, maps, authors, and everything related is publicly viewable and openly modifiable). Linux was written when Torvalds was just a student at the University of Helsinki. In October, 1991 Torvalds posted the source code for the new kernel—the core component—version .02 on Usenet. Three years later, in 1994, version 1.0 was officially released.

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(c) The Herald

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Thursday, May 26, 2005

Lets Play

By Aditya Kuber

Gaming consoles are starting to make a mark in India as more and more gamers discover the fantastic world of gaming. Here are some of the best options you could opt for if you are one of those who refuses to grow up!

Full Article (c) The Herald

Posted by Scribbler at Thursday, May 26, 2005

Friday, May 20, 2005

Making Your Home A Wi-Fi Hotspot

By Aditya Kuber

Wi-Fi (Wireless Fidelity) is the new buzzword and in the list of things that go to make a city the most wired one, the number of Wi-Fi hotspots is now playing a big part. Contradictory as that may sound, it’s true!
You don’t need to be a rocket scientist to figure this out. All you need is some more hardware and a few hours on a weekend and you can sit in your garden sending and receiving mails… that’s a pretty picture ain’t it?

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(c) The Herald

Posted by Scribbler at Friday, May 20, 2005

Thursday, November 04, 2004

Software Industry is the top exporter

A report on the rise in software exports from India and the subsequent position of the IT industry as the top exporting industry (in terms of value).
(c) The Herald

More Business Articles

Posted by Scribbler at Thursday, November 04, 2004

Saturday, October 09, 2004

Software, ITES exports surge

Outcry against Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) notwithstanding, export of computer software, services and IT-enabled services grew 25 per cent during the last fiscal, clocking a whopping Rs 58,000 crore as against Rs 46,500 crore during 2002-03. A report.
(c) The Herald
More Business Articles

Posted by Scribbler at Saturday, October 09, 2004

Sunday, September 19, 2004

Technology comes before we expect it

In conversation with Ajit Edlabadkar, Country Manager - India, Wind River on embedded technology and its future.
(c) The Herald
More Interviews

Posted by Scribbler at Sunday, September 19, 2004

Wednesday, September 15, 2004

Me, Online!

**This is just for my reference**

These are some of my articles available online:

Work Easier [PDF Warning!] - May 2005
More articles written for Digit are on The Scribbler.

Times Journal of Photography (TJP)

February 2002
Digital Camera Review
How To

March 2002
Special - Peter Lindbergh's Pirelli Calendar 2002
Digital Camera Review - Nikon Coolpix 5000
Compact Camera Review - Canon Prima Zoom 76
How To - Macro Photography
Trade Focus - Photoguide
Talk Shop - Yoshitomo Nagashima, Olympus

April 2002
Film Buying Guide - Film Guide 2002 (Cover Story)
How To - Use a Handheld Light Meter
Bookmark - Wedding and Portrait Photographers Handbook (Review)
Talk Shop - Rodd Harrison, GM, Greater Asia, Kodak

May 2002
World Class - Patrick Demarchellier
How To - Maximise Depth of Field
Self Assignment - Dabboo Ratnani
Trade Focus - Casio India (Jay International)

June 2002
How To - Saving Photos
World Class - Max Hilaire
First Frames - Women Pioneers of Photography (History of Photography)

July 2002
World Class - Tetsuro Takai
How To - Dramatise Your Photos
First Frames - Development of 35mm photography

August 2002
How To
Digital Camera Review - Kodak LS 420

December 2002
SLR Review - Nikon F80

January 2003
How To - Shooting Flowers

The Economic Times (ET)

Photo finish (Aug 18, 2003)
New Range of Nikon (Aug 27, 2003)
Zoom In (Sep 8, 2003)
Little things count (Sep 16, 2003)
Shooting Phone (Sep 28, 2003)
Killer looks (Oct 6, 2003)
Digital Curves (Oct 16, 2003)
Smile Please (Nov 10, 2003)
Click Tick (Nov 21, 2003)
A slim story (Dec 9, 2003)

Acrticle from Herald referred to on Suresh Kalmadi's (MP) site (May 2004)
Article in Gomantak Times (Sept 2004)
Interview of Elizabeth Etienne on her site
Interview of Joe DiMaggio and JoAnne Kalish [PDF Warning!]

There are more that will be put up here regularly.

Posted by Scribbler at Wednesday, September 15, 2004