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Test post #n December 23, 2007

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This is just a test post #n.

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Post to enable this blog on Technorati November 21, 2007

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Technorati post June 15, 2006

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WordPress installations April 23, 2006

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From Toni Schneider.

WordPress installations

A small sampler of well known web sites that are powered by WordPress

http://toni.wordpress.com/wordpress-installations/

Akismet.com April 23, 2006

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http://Akismet.com

By Automattic, where Toni Schneider (ex-VP of Yahoo) now works.

EPOD pic: Downwind Fog March 12, 2006

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Downwind Fog

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Donald Collins, Warren Wilson College

Earth Science Picture of the Day for March 12, 2006

 

This non-descript image of on an overcast day in the Smoky Mountains (Great Caaggy Mountains) of North Carolina shows an interesting phenomenon of fog accumulating on the downwind side of the mountain. The wind is blowing towards the right in the image, from the northwest. By the time the air rounds the downwind side of the mountain, it begins to expand since the wall of the mountain is no longer squeezing (compressing) it. The sudden expansion is adiabatic (no heat input), which causes the air temperature to suddenly drop. If conditions are right, the decrease in temperature falls below the dew point and clouds form. In terms of thermodynamics, the expanding air does work on the surrounding atmosphere — there’s no heat input so the internal energy and temperature must drop. An animated image at the link below shows the dynamics of this more clearly. Photo taken on September 26, 2005 from near Swannanoa, North Carolina.

 

 

jugad: my blog on software innovation (at LiveJournal.com) March 12, 2006

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I believe (inspired by many leading technology and management thinkers – Tim O’Reilly and Peter Drucker are two among them) that innovation is vitally important to progress; and software is my main area of work, so naturally, software innovation is a key area of interest to me.

I started a blog to track software innovation that’s happening worldwide, some months back, for the following reasons:

– as a help to my own work on software innovation. The blog is a central place from where I can access info on interesting developments that I may want to work and build upon.

– as a way to share the info on innovation that I collect – there is too much of it out there for me to work on myself, so I thought, why not let any others who are interested get the info as well; hopefully some of the readers will be inspired by some of the posts to do some innovation themselves.

– to publicize my skills and knowledge, and thereby promote my service offerings in the marketplace.

The blog’s URL is http://jugad.livejournal.com (read the first post there to see why I chose the name jugad – or ask any Indian friend who knows Hindi reasonably well 🙂

[This WordPress.com blog seems to have good features, so after exploring it for a bit, I may migrate the jugad blog over to here.
Will inform my readers at both the blogs if I do that.]

Hello world! January 13, 2006

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