Archive | 2012

Knowing nearly everything

I just finished reading Bill Bryson’s book. I’m amazed. It took me over four months of sporadic reading to get through this book. He does a good job. I can only imagine his job – to travel around the world finding information and then distilling it down into a book. To draw parallels, analogies and […]

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Thanksgiving 2012 road trip from Stanford to LA – summary and pictures

This is a summary of my thanksgiving road-trip. This is an attempt to document an entire trip after it’s done – something I’ve failed to do every time in the past. Not only am I writing a summary, I wrote a couple of posts from the road. Thanksgiving break – impromptu trip Of final papers, […]

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Waiting for Godot

It’s been more than a year with Genya now. I don’t know exactly when it started. It’s difficult to say. It’s sort of all blurry. I want to say September. But feels like it began in the summer. I’ve been thinking about this for some time now. We’ve packed quite a lot in this year. […]

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The Indian Runner

I’ve been quite productive this week/weekend. I’ve spring cleaned the website and added a new page called – The Indian Runner. I’ve decided to file all my running goals under the name of The Indian Runner. The idea for the name came from a conversation with a fellow hosteler, who remarked, ‘Oh, so you’re an […]

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