Samanyan Tidbits

1. Google wasn’t the most efficient search engine when it came on the scene, it didn’t invent the search box either, altavista and others were far ahead. What Google did was to have only the search box and move out the junk. Deciding, what was then deemed essential, as junk, is the innovation of Google. This is an example of imposed constraint as opposed to inherent constraint.

2. Twitter wasn’t the first micro blogging site either but they limited the maximum characters and that is Twitter’s innovation that made it happen, at least initially. Another example of a forced constraint.

3. “Who calls the shots, the Prime Minister or the Cabinet, the director or the star actor, the boss or the skilled worker, still not sure, then look up and concede that ‘he’ calls the shots.”

4.  ” Life is one editor that has no undo option, but don’t worry, there’s too much stuff around; that neither your mistakes nor excellence matter.”

5. “Genius like Ilayaraja can have ‘Nothing but Wind’ for all others there is nothing but work or  love or work and love; no other choices.”

6 “For those who wonder why God is unkind, he isn’t, he is just kind to all, and that’s the world’s problem. It falls upon man to be kind discerningly, a feat beyond me.”

7. “When it comes to your life plans, realize that there is a better editor than you, who knows what to cut, where to cut and how to show you in a better light.”

8. “You can either love your work or work for your love, if not, you’re unfit to either work or love.”

17/3/2016

9. “I my fault,
you my heart,
he I care,
she I crave,
they are gone,
will there be we?”

10. “I can take on an angry mob but not an angry person, in case of an angry mob, I can be sure I am in the right, taking them on is a victory in itself, doesn’t matter if I live or they, in case of an angry person, if I lose, concept of goodness loses with me, and I am not vengeful enough to seek redress retrospectively, thus harming the cause of justice further”

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