Saturday, July 30, 2005

Merrimack River and Pawtucket falls - about a 100 meters from our apartment in Lowell, MA. Its now time for us to go. Another 2 weeks.

Saturday, July 09, 2005

100 mln Internet users in India by 2007-2008

100 mln Internet users in India by 2007-2008 by ZDNet's ZDNet -- India currently has 25 mln internet users, which is expected to grow to grow to 100 mln by 2007-08, says Internet and Online Association of India.

Wednesday, July 06, 2005

Have a Happy Fourth.

Us on July 4, 2005.

Some Fireworks!

July 4th celebrations on the Charles River in Boston. Some of the most spectacular fireworks I have ever seen in my life. I was looking at ways to upload some video files - but to no avail.

Saturday, July 02, 2005

Grand Central

On our way back. Shruti and Piyush, my cousin, host and friend, at Grand Central. NY's main railway station. It beats the daylights out of most of India's airports.
If Shruti is sitting on the floor, it means:
a) She is very tired and
b) The place is pretty neat and clean.

They could have run a movie on those screens. I doubt even that would have stopped some of those in the ever moving, ever thirsty crowd. June 25, 2005, 10:40 pm

Quite easily the busiest place on this earth. If you believe in worldly things, it doesn't get any better than this! If you want to find proof that life is what we see and feel, come to Time Square. I only dread to imagine what this place would look like on New Year's eve. June 25, 2005 10:30 PM.


It was no Independance Day, no thanksgiving, no Christmas nor New Year's Day - but still, Time Square was a place like no place else. Hustling, bustling, day in the middle of the night. June 25, 2005, 10:30 PM.

Columbus Circle, NYC.

New York City from inside the Time Warner Center at the Columbus Circle. On the left hand side (with all the trees) is the Central Park.


On the steps of the Met, The Metropolitan Museum of Art. I will post some of the interesting photos from inside the musuem after verifying their authenticity.. just kidding. Lets just say - soon. June 25, 2005, 1:00 PM

New York City

This time to the relatively unknown, and obscure city of New York. We wondered why nobody comes here. It looked like a perfectly decent and friendly place. I am sure people will at least know that such a place exists after reading this entry. Who said blogs are useless? Here is a link to some of the statistics that some very bored person who does not know what to do with his time has collected.
This view is from inside the train at the Harlem - 125th Street Station. Noon, June 25, 2005.

Where to now?

After a quiet weekend, we were on the move again.