Thursday, September 16, 2010
Thursday, May 27, 2010
Pics : from top, movie poster of the evergreen Breakfast at Tiffany's followed by a classic Black and White scan of the dynamic Audrey Hepburn in the classic black dress and jewelery as shown in the movie
Friday, May 21, 2010
Monday, May 17, 2010
Technology has advanced many fold. Be it Telecommunications, satellite, internet - which is the new media. The aim of which is again considered to spread the message across.
Nowadays there is like population explosion an information explosion...they say in journalistic circles that a moment one thing is there flashed, focused, and the next moment the status-quo, importance goes for a paradigm shift to something else( a story, News Item, development etc).
In this era of grabbing the eyeballs cliched to be a part of the electronic media comprising of radio, television etc. Readers, viewers, listeners need inevitably to prioritise their interests. The greatest Information or knowledge ( whatever one might like to refer it) outlet that one can easily lay his/ her hands upon is the new media or the internet.
Internet is the Multi media's intriguing avatar, if we need to use hyperbole to describe its essential character.
Nothing is hidden today with the enormous boom of Goliath-Like proportions in the Information technology sector, if we want to put it on a scale.
It was said or rather let us say a narrative went about doing the rounds that United States dumps their obsolete and outdated Information Technologies in 3rd world countries or developing nations.
Friday, May 14, 2010
How is life?
Human progress is amazing, isn't it gains momentum from scratch and then procedds with leaps and bounds.
We have invested in building roads, tunnels, bridges, buildings, railway tracks, infrastructure, industries, space endeavours, information technology, telecommunications etc.
Technology it is said shouldn't overwhelm us instead it should open new horizons for mankind.
Monday, May 10, 2010
Pics: from Top, posters from Alfred Hitchcock's movies screened at The American Center with the initiative of Cine Darbar, a film society.