Fighting Culpability with Reason

“Can you deny your culpability?” was the question that a TV anchor asked the gentleman. I shall definitely face hardship if you ask me...

Things Can Fail! Demigod to Demo God

I was in a conference on Cloud Computing – everybody is talking about this computing model these days. As the conference was organised by...

Brexit – Beyond Britain and the Whole of Europe

The democratic and independent-minded British decided to honour their own currency, own trade, and above all, their own border. In fact, 23 June 2016...

Swiftness of Invasion

“It was the swiftness,” the cab driver remarked when we were engaged in a discussion on the Vikings and their dominance starting from late...

An Intangible, Yet Hardened, Pact

“How could a bunch of tribal people decide what was good for them?” A co-passenger remarked during our discussion in a flight. The context...

Sorrow and Triumph of Pegnitz at Nuremberg

It's a short personal account of the river Pegnitz in Franconia of the state of Bavaria, Germany, flowing through the city of Nuremberg. "I have witnessed a...

Orø – The Pearl of the Isefjord

Tiny rainbows were being sketched and erased repeatedly on the undulating scarf of the Isefjord, a large inlet of the sea in Danish waters. The...

What Is the Cloud? For General People.

We use our emails on the web. We manage files on the web. With uninterrupted network access, we are well-placed to access news, personal...

A New Normal in Public Discourses

I was listening to an activist of the UK's far right party. I was surprised by her indifference to some gentle interventions during the debate,...

A Managerial Insight

After a marathon workout lent for a consulting project, I found it difficult to convince myself about the outcome. The project was in the area of Information...