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Tuesday, July 14th, 2009 | Author:

July 14, 2009. It was a special day. Why? Okay, I am in love with bullets these days:

  • We got to meet people from Qais. The best part of the five minute meeting was how they presented us their business cards. It was so gracious. The moment reminded of my schooldays. It was so similar to all those annual functions when I received a prize from the chief guest.
  • We met Baskar. Two things. The way he shaked hands – that’s how one is supposed to do it. It communicated enthusiasm in the best possible way. Secondly, we got to learn about the concept of KEP. It was great to know how we are making products that make a difference.
  • I worked with Mohanish on a project that required some graphics to be incorporated. While I focused on making the concept understandable, it was great to see him polish every minute detail. He just made it perfect. That’s what we call value addition.

This is three-dimensional stuff.

Thursday, December 18th, 2008 | Author:

‘There’s nothing sadder in this world than to awake Christmas morning and not be a child.’  – An American author, Erma Bombeck.

Dont worry about buying expensive material to make your card. Just check out what is available at hoome. You may have lots of cards lying around. You can make a collage out of them if you want. Or, you can cut out the pictures that look really appealing and paste it onto a blank greeting card or a colorful scrapbook paper.

Dont worry about creating a firm base to hold your card. You can use cardboard or come up with innovative props from home to display your card.  You can make a card from old wrapping paper, brown paper bag, old music sheet, or grey colored construction paper. Spice it up with glitter or crayon coloring. It’s not about what you create or about following a set of rules, its more about how you feel when you create something, how you think about it deeply and how much you feel a sense of  enjoyment doing this.

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