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Yup, I am still alive

Posted by tggokul on October 22, 2007

It has been almost ten days I have blogged and this is the longest period I haven’t blogged in my short blogging stint.

You can attribute this to some very high pressure tasks at work ( Btw, I still don’t see the light at the end of the tunnel). There have been some interesting developments in my professional career which I shall post once it becomes official. Needless to say, I am going to be tied down a bit in the next couple of months.

I still try to keep track of some of the major events ( Microsoft’s big PR exercise on Unified Communication with little substance) ,Vonage’s recent patent woes, Aswath’s EnThinnai ( which I believe is the best application as of today that has the potential to leverage presence to the fullest) and Mobivox’s rise. I did try their free service but was not too convinced. It did not work for me 😦 One of my regular reader has sent me an email about some interesting thoughts on them. If he does mail and if it ain’t too confidential, I might let the world know about it.

I do miss the joy of blogging on a daily basis and I really hope that things get better for me to do that. One wise friend of mine used to say “If you can’t blog, atleast change the appearance so that people think that you are doing somwthing.” Good piece of advice, but I am going to wait a little longer to try that trick.

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One Response to “Yup, I am still alive”

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