Nanotechnolgy 2

This is a comment from Sasikanth, a Nanotechnologist at Cornell Unversity. It would be interesting to initiate a discussion on how this new technology will affect our daily iives in all spheres. Sasikant says “Sekhar, I am a nanotechnologist at Cornell University working on technologies. Being a nanotechnology researcher I think I have to comment on this post ……

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Dhoom 2

To all those Bollywood fans out there, I finally managed to get tickets for Dhoom 2 in London. It’s the only film in London other than Casino Royal that is consistently ‘house full’. The film is a lot of fun in a charmingly silly way. But I think it is time to change the name ‘Bollywood’ to ‘Bodywood’. Shekhar

Trial and Error

Apologies to thse that have ben visiting this site for the last month. We have been very busy in the edit room, and I guess we have been guilty of ignoring the site. Editing is a process that often is one of trial and error

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Nanotechnology

Just as we are getting used to the Digital Age, we are about to be overwhelmed by the ‘Nano Age’. Often wondered how that will affect me as a story teller/film director. I look at a Camera, which is really a passive recording device that ‘reads’ light as refelected by the observed object. Nano technology may soon bring to us an ‘active recording device/camera. What might it be ?……

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Intellectual Property and Piracy

I have been both attending and speaking on conferences on the future of Media and Technology. I use the two terms together as more and more Technlogy and Entertainment/Media are converging to become the same bussiness. One thing that consistantly comes up is the question of Intellectual property and Piracy. I think the lawyers/Corporations have got it completely wrong…

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Coincidence (again)

Question inspired by Andrew’s post : Do coincidences occur as events that we become startingly aware of, or do we subconciously manifest them ourselves ? And is there indeed any difference in the two statements? For if our Universe is an interconnected matrix of all time,space and existence, then it is difficult to seperate an event from an observation, or awareness.

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Andrew’s post on coincidence

Andrew is a neuroscientist who is grappling with the idea’s of recurring coincidences, and would like to relate to other people that have the same experiences. He says : “So, this all sounds interesting. I am a PhD trained neuroscientist. Have also completed an MD, BA, and MA. Have never studied anything from serendipity point of view. Indeed, I pride myself on my scientifically trained mind. However, I am at a loss for words and explnataion…….as I have been literally inundated by the numbers 3.16 and 3.19. For the past 3 years I have become progressively more aware of these numbers in my life…in a multitude of formats, that simply defy any probabilistic explanation….

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Saddam’s Death Sentence

Tony Blair, the British prme Minister said he was against executing Saddam Hussain. Because he against Capital Punishment. I don’t get it. He sent his troops to Iraq to kill Saddam Hussain !

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lines

we travel together
drawing two parallel
inseparable lines

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Reflections

reflections
like shards of exploding
shimmering glass
billions , or trillions
maybe more

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