I will be extremely busy for the next few days. I will have a lot to blog about, but may have no time to do so. 

This is what I have on my plate

14th/15th/16th June     New York PHP Conference 2006. I will be blogging about it here and on
15th June                     Some thing personal, which I will eventually blog about, but for now…

17th June                     Mathur Community Picnic.  Again I will be blogging about it on The Mathur Association Blog

So, if you do not see me.. I have not forsaken you! I will be back, and stronger! 


Just heard a great podcast over at venture voice. It was the interview of David Sifry of Technorati. I took back one thing from that interview –

Profit is to business what breathing is to life! You got to breathe to survive. But we are not in this world to merely breathe!

I love this sentiment, specially in a person who has made his mark in the world of business! Hear Hear!

Hmm Mark Cuban, how right you are! If a completely media un-savvy dude like me can express my thoughts freely, anyone can! Lets raise our glasses to blogging and all in this blogospere! Amen!

So here I am all set to open my heart out to the world, and I come accross this term-Troll. Thank you Scott for a lovely podcast. It was informative and very much an eye opener. But you know the best part? I love it when someone comes up with a solution before, or at the same time that I become aware of the problem!  

Its good to know that ISP's have policies against trolls. My only concern, do these ISP's follow a set of standard rules ! I suggest we start a 'consortium of bloggers' whose prime responsibilities would encompass, among other things, formulating rules for identifying and handling 'Trolls'!