Sunday, September the 14th, 2003

Very minor, and some concept trials introduced. Moderately noticeable changes include updates to the favorite pictures page and some alternate about me pages here and here.

What? You feel the new order of pictures feels more colourful? Yes, I do so too.

And while I was going through pictures during this update, I found this.

Creepy plants taking over thingy

Plants have GOT to learn their place.. in the global hierarchy sorts of things. Sheesh.

Nothing major. Move along now.

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4 Responses to “Site updates”

  1. anita says:

    your interview questions: (finally!)

    1. Aside from family and friends, what do you miss most about India?

    2. What do you not miss at all?

    3. The one thing that always reminds me of Ann Arbor are ladybugs. What one thing do you think will always make you have AA flashbacks long after you’ve left?

    4. If you had to switch to a completely different field, one totally unrelated to engineering of any sort, what would you choose?

    5. What’s the deal with you and your love for leaving comments in blogs?

  2. harish says:

    Ahh yes, the questions. Intriguing I might add.

    Will answer them in a bit. Of all the weeks, this had to be the one when I am doing some real work.

    About the last question though, is that a good thing, bad thing.. no comment :)?

  3. Swechcha says:

    Plants KNOW their place. At the bottom of the survival skills pyramid and at the top of the hardiness pyramid.

  4. anita says:

    i think it’s a good thing that you like to leave comments, because i like to get comments. i didn’t mean it to come out sounding like i meant it in a bad way…i guess i was just wondering if it’s because of some aspect of your personality, or if there was anything in particular that triggers it…but respond to it in any way you want :)

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