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