Me, who?

Hi!

My current idea of writing a blog is not only to share my thoughts with the world, it is also to show myself that what I want people to think I am is easier said than done.

I have recently come to realise that I am a hypocrite. There’re two ‘me’s – the real and the ostensible. Ambitious but lazy, funny but sensitive, energetic but shy, optimist but gloomy, intelligent but dumb, cool but boiling!! I want to prove that a transformation from the real to ostensible is possible, if I make it a habit and of course if I think somebody is watching always!

See, i told you, its just for me to read and ponder, who else would? πŸ™‚

12 thoughts on “Me, who?”

  1. Srikalyan Tangirala said:

    Good to knw u Suvarna.

    That means intelligence everywhere…

    -Kalyan

  2. Fantastic effort

  3. this is really nice suvarna. will go through the complete stuff soon.

  4. its very informative…..great job

  5. Lot of food for thought out here!
    keep writing! πŸ™‚

  6. Hi Suvarna,

    Followed you from Aayisrecipes.com…must say I wasn’t disappointed at all, from one great blog to another!! πŸ™‚
    Great to know someone realizes and accepts ambiguity in SELF and proudly seeks to know more!!
    There’s much to linger around here for…so will come back for more browsing!!

  7. I like the title of your blog : “my side of the coin”.

  8. vsuvarna said:

    Thank you !

  9. vijaypaul said:

    Hi suvarna,
    Good one, from last three weeks i am doing some research work US IT job market ,
    i agree with u r inputs

  10. Hi Suvarna

    I’m the co-founder of a startup, DesiCow.com (http://www.DesiCow.com). I recently went through some of your blog entries and find your blog interesting. I would be delighted to have you review this startup – DesiCow.com on your blog. Here is a description of how this website serves people:

    I am a programmer from Mumbai living in USA and every year I make home in India. And when its time to buy the Air ticket, I will start talking to my friends to find out about travel agents they know of. I will then make a list of 4 to 5 travel agents[from friends’ referrals, Indian magazines and online yellow pages]. Once I get quotes from these agents, I go ahead and buy ticket from Agent who gives best price and who sounds like he’ll not cheat me.

    DesiCow.com eventually make this ticket buying process more streamlined as follows:

    * Users submit their trip details
    * Travel agents submit quote they can offer
    * User buys ticket from agents directly.

    The advantage here is Travel agents all over the country [USA] will get access to your (the buyers’) trip details, and provide you with a competitive price quote. There are very extremely good chances that you will find best price quote on DesiCow.com

    While we would love a positive review, you need not necessarily provide one coz we would like your honest, unbiased opinion. However please do add our URL in the review, that will make it easier for the readers to see the site for themselves.

    Thanks in advance,
    Amit Meckoni
    email: amit.meckoni@gmail.com
    phone: +1-813-842-6537

  11. Anonymous said:

    Hi
    Give a brief background and profesional desc of yours, then it makes more sense to read your blogs.

  12. Thanks…it very good…

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