Corporate DNA

A plant’s genes are encoded in its DNA and adapted to its environment by evolution. They tell the plant how to use environmental resources t

The Jupiter Hotel

Conde Nast Traveler had nice things to say about the local

Anonymous Proxies

If you want to visit a web site without the web server being told where you are visiting from, you can use an anonymous proxy.

In general,

Hosting Multiple Sites on IIS 5.1 and Windows XP Pro

I’m currently hosting both and w

How's my driving?

Seen on a bumper sticker:

How’s my driving? Let’s discuss it on my cell phone!

Bush Sells Louisiana Back to the French

This came into my inbox today…handshakePresident Bush an


I had dinner with some one who enjoys geocaching. Geocaching “gee-oh-cash-ing” is a new form of recreation facilitated by inexpensive Global

Chandrashekhar's First Day at School in America

This came into my inbox today. Warning: obscenities ahead!

It was the first day of school and a new student named Chandrashekhar Subrahmany

Bush Disaster

This came into my inbox today. A double entendre that occurred while our President commented on Hurricane Katrina.<img src=”http://www.mili

Brainy Rebuffs

This came into my inbox today. Worth remembering!

“He has all the virtues I dislike and none of the vices I admire.” - Winston Churchill

The Presidential Speechalist

Check out a hilarious satire of our President’s speaking goofs here.

IRR on Covered Calls

In the second half of 1998, I tried my hand at options trading using covered calls, and achieved a 19.7% internal rate of return. During the

Corporate Identity Design Notes

Pundit Initially, I thought of naming my company Pundit Holdings. This would create a personal connection to me and to Indian language and

Online Vendors of Gourmet Hot Chocolate

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The Fable of Metallion

Once upon a time, there was a salesperson at a gold mining company called Metallion. He got an appointment with a prospective customer. He s

Emotion, Cognition and Consciousness

National Public Radio

Talk of the Nation/Science Friday, National Public Radio

October 10, 2003

Analysis: Emotion, cognition and consciou

Sales Drives Buyer's Business?


An Economics Fable

Once upon a time, there was a transportation company named Worldwide Transport, headquartered in Chicago. Increasing US trade with China had

Product Portfolio Management

A portfolio management approach is perfectly suited for choosing among different product opportunities. A product, one or more features, or

What is Karma?

A close friend once asked me what karma is, and how it relates to action and sin. Here is my response from 3 March 2002:Here is a

The Tale of Milind

Once upon a time, there was a farmer named Milind who grew wheat for a living. One year, there was a severe drought, and Milind was able to