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In honour of World Usability (#WUD)

World Usability Day (#WUD), generally the second Thursday of November, aims at ensuring that services and products important to life are easier to access and simpler to use, and at celebrating and educating – celebrating the strides we have made in creating usable products and educating the masses about how usability impacts our daily lives. 200 more words


What is 'Family'? #ThrowbackThursday

An old post I wrote a while back that I felt like giving an airing to!

Over my life time I’ve seen many different types of family, and I’m lucky to be part of a huge, crazy parivaar (Punjabi for family) where there is no lack of love and laughter.

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Dust to Days

Sometimes I’m amazed by the life I lead. Unlike most children, I spent an inordinate amount of time thinking about the future (it can only be supposed that when one thinks about marriage at 3, one falls to planning fame, fortune, and offspring by 11, 12, and 13). 597 more words


The lights were on, nobody was home

In our office, the standard indicator of “LEAVE ME ALONE I’m busy y’all” is headphones in.

Today I had one thing to do, formatting a massive legal document that instead of the four leisurely days originally I been given to complete the task, what with being ill, that was reduced to… 468 more words

I've Done It



“Anybody can be ambushed,” Steinthal told her. “By some evil-souled, sneaky, cowardly little sonuvabitch. That is never the victim’s fault. However being naive enough to think that you will never be ambushed, or reckless enough to never prepare for the possibility, that is the victim’s fault. 85 more words

Hatad för mindre

Jag känner mig hatad. Men i förrgår var sista dagen för F-varning till elever som ligger efter. Om jag inte gör F-varning och eleven får F 10 december när betygen sätts, då är jag inte sjysst. 622 more words


When Attitude Just Says It All

I have been working since 2009. Right off college graduation, I never thought of taking any vacation. To me, it was the real world facing me. 1,055 more words