Thursday, April 28, 2005
The case of vanishing quotas: WEBSENSE IS NONSENSE
Websense reminds me of the way the Indian bureaucracy and politics work: suspect. Websense is supposed to block access to certain sites, alloting users a total of 120mins to access them in units of 10. However, I find it strange that these quotas mysteriously disappear even when I do not use them. Where do these quotas go? Are they being surreptitiously siphoned off to some wise guy here? It beats me!
Universal literacy has still not been achieved. Far too few people can read. On the other hand, thanks to the near-ubiquity of the Internet...
I'm wearing a rather remarkable shirt, one that makes me feel like a clown fooling around in a graveyard. Roving eyes latch on to me and...
I generally dislike Wagner. However, I heard a piece by him today and it was sublime and breathtakingly beautiful.
I just can't take it anymore. I should have moved on long back but lingered in the hopes of a miracle. It was not to be and I've fin...