Hard Logics

April 16, 2009

Can’t we develop a secure phone network?

Filed under: Uncategorized — manujarch @ 12:01 pm

Talking is freedom, but threatening isn’t. If getting a prepaid card for a terrorist is easy, then better make a software application to register the name, land-line number, email etc and register the caller so that spam and unsolicited calls don’t disturb the phone subscriber.
Once registered the intelligent call management system will benefit both the caller and receiver.
This will ensure better phone responses who are right now suffering from lack of response in service sectors.

June 30, 2008

Marketing or corporate white ink?

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Some executive phones you, emails you or directly contacts you for selling a product. You feel there is no created need for the work. He asks for a referral or few of them, tries to instill a subconscious fear about the future uncertainties.

You think that won’t it be positive if he affords to use the product himself and recommend it, then to come out of the quagmire of the deemed deadlines from HIS visible upstreams. Would you like him to be shunted out of the door or acted upon?

His propping any negative thought is unethical-this roots from the system of mal-employment. Corporates have to look inside their own cuffs that this practice is not pepping up-the figment of upstream mis-management and mis-leadership won’t thrive in future. Only-how early?

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June 5, 2008

Mockups

Filed under: Uncategorized — manujarch @ 5:08 pm

May 29, 2008

Flabbergasting Phrases

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I come across contradictions in some phrases:

On seeing photo real visual-Sorry I don’t understand.

I am a layman. If this is like that, won’t it look good?

I need a little bit of plan. Please give all the details.

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