Rude food - the collected food writings of Vir Sanghvi. Picked this one at the Oxford bookstore sale a few weeks back. It's going to be a different read from the usual strategy, business management and marketing/advertising fundas. He is known to be a big foodie and I hope his writings helps me do better… Continue reading Book-Shelf Update #4
Three new books on my shelf. King of Bollywood Shah Rukh Khan and the Seductive World of Indian Cinema by Anupama Chopra Mavericks at Work by William C. Taylor & Polly LaBarre Call of the Mall by Paco Underhill
I got to read an interesting book - 2000 insults for all occasions Compiled by Louis A. Safian. This book is best recommended for potty time reading. There are various types of insults categorised into Husbands, Nudist, Blondes, Office and of course the inevitable subjects like Woman and Marriage. You can have some great fun… Continue reading Book Review: 2000 insults for all occasions Compiled by Louis A. Safian.
I just read a very interesting article on CNN Money tracing the success of India's Wireless Wonder - Mr.Sunil Mittal. Impressive I must say. What really inspires me when reading about these successful people is the struggle they go through fighting off every battle with great determination. One also notices that success lies in tapping… Continue reading Sunil Mittal: The wireless wonder
Photo Courtesy: massdistraction Books are an addiction to me. And although I spend a lot of time reading - it's more of work related and little of what I like to read. However the last few weeks have been good - Nitika and I have been spending a lot of time reading. There has been… Continue reading Book-shelf update #2
This post is probably late in the day, but if you haven't already seen it. Pick up today's (06th Oct) Mumbai edition of The Economic Times. The front page has been given a complete make-over by well-known fashion designer Raghavendra Rathore. The design is very bold and loud, very unlike the regular pink paper layouts… Continue reading Eco Times dresses up
I have been under the weather and things have been bad in the nose and throat. Lots of coughing and sneezing. Had to rest home over the long weekend with not much to do. Tried to catch up some reading and I am glad I could finish off the long over-due end chapter of one… Continue reading Book-shelf update
As part of an advertising agency, you are often made to enter into ideation sessions without any warning. Scary, I would think all this while. How can you just start thinking on a subject you have never ever even thought about? Imagine getting into a meeting and suddenly facing the question: "How will you tell… Continue reading Cre8ive Ignition