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Wednesday, July 21, 2004

I need a hair-cut. Even if it means, leaving early from office this evening.

I always knew where our project was heading.
Going fast downhill, in a Ferrari without brakes, with a boulder at the end of the road, in short, waiting to Crash!

Setting high expectations, with a short incubation period (no VC investment till now, their hands are clean), expecting miracles from 'search' technology (it is a really challenging task to write a great search algorithm, why did they send the programmer to another project, he was trying his level best), no wonder Google is God, and trying to get all online marketplaces in one basket, at any cost (impossible) and then feeling let down!
(I'm entitled to my opinions)

The writing is on the wall. What a 'sad' way of writing! Never use 'cliches' in writing. The only reason, I used, 'writing is on the wall', was for euphemism (to make a harsh word, smooth).

Let's see whether they tell us to find something by the end of this month or the next. It's a blessing in disguise, I always knew this was coming, I was too lazy (no, comfortably numb) to change. I always wanted too, the real reason was, I didn't get holidays!

I'm planning to take a couple of days off, say from Fri. onwards or early next week and go to Pune, so I can meet the HR people on weekdays. In the meantime, I'm awaiting indications from Bombay too. Even, going to Bangalore is good!

Don't know whether I should be posting this! I guess, it doesn't matter! So why not! :-)

Apni marzi se kahaan kidhar ke hai hum
Rukh hawaaon ka jidhar ka hai, udhar ke hai hum