Are some misinformed people telling you that IT, Retail and Property are the new explosive growth industries? Do not pay any attention to them. In fact, if the industry I am going to be talking about has its way, you will not be able to pay attention to anything else.
Indian Political Posters.
There are more DMK, AIADMK, BJP and Congress posters than trees in Chennai. Further, it is estimated that in the next 5 years, political posters will cover the entire surface of India with a kilometer thick layer of bamboo poles, plastic sheets, lies, bombast and questionable graphic design. So if you even have half a neuron dedicated to the pursuit of common sense, you will stop wasting your time reading blogs and gain what is arguably the most in-demand skill in India today – Political Poster Design using Adobe Photoshop CS3. And look no further. As…
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The B word? Blog!
For the longest time I wasn’t sure if I was ready to. Then I took a leap of faith and started thinking to myself “How hard could it be to write?”. What I hadn’t realized was “What am I going to write about?!”
So I decided to take some time out and prepare a rough pros & cons list:
|Reasons why I should blog||Reasons why I shouldn’t blog|
|Because I already paid for the domain.||My family can read it.|
|Can express my ideas and share my knowledge.|| Realization that my ideas suck and
Google already has all the answers.
|Someone may accidentally click on an ad and make me money.|| This will never happen because all my visitors
will have AdBlock installed.
|May actually have a successful blog with lots of followers.||Save myself from the pain of heartbreak when no one visits.|
|Sharpen my writing skills, stimulate my grey cells.||Can instead spend this time playing Dota / sleeping.|
|May improve my chances of getting hired as a writer.||Can get me fired from my present job.|
As you can see, this list isn’t conclusive and didn’t really serve any purpose …
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If you’ve ever been working in the Middle East, chances are that you’ve been contacted by a bank regarding some lucrative deals that are available for a “limited time only“. I know, I’ve been there too. The reason why most people are afraid to sign up for these offers are because banks are rarely upfront, and we fear the consequences of the “fine print“.
“It is well enough that people of the nation do not understand our banking and monetary system, for if they did, I believe there would be a revolution before tomorrow morning.” – Henry Ford
This is the way in which banks have always operated and it isn’t going to change. However, understanding how these offerings work will enable you to pick and benefit from the one that’s most suited to your needs.
Enter Souqalmal.com, a website that offers comparisons between products offered by leading financial institutions in the region. Their comprehensive database of credit cards, loans, bank accounts and their most recent foray into education, enables them to highlights the pro’s and con’s of each of the listed products. If this wasn’t enough, you can go through the user reviews posted at the bottom of the page, saving you the trouble of approaching multiple vendors and skimming through all that fine print!
Allow me to begin by introducing myself – I’m lazy. If I were a supervillain, procrastination would be my power. For a long time now, I’ve been asked by many people close to me to write / blog, but I’ve never really got around to it. To give you a rough idea of this lethargy, this blog was created in June 2013, but the first post was published in March 2014 … You read that right!
Anyway, now that the first steps have been taken in the right direction, I intend to share with you the most random of things through this blog. Hope to keep you entertained!