PhD Nerds: intelligent conversation

On June 15, 2011, in Blog, Comics, Faith and belief, Humor, PhD nerds, Philosophy, by Amiya

Many say that science and religion have a lot in common. Few may go even further and say science and religion are two different perspective of looking at the same thing!  Saying religion and science are compatible is like saying Religion and Plumbing are compatible. Science is not a thing … Read the full article

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Ohh angel – Just as I see you in my dreams

On June 12, 2011, in Blog, Digital Art, Gallery, irregular, by Amiya

Its hard to describe why I like Britney so much. While her behavior in real life is very different from what I imagine off my dream girl, my love for her is derived from a superficial picture that I have hold in my mind. Through my eyes she looks beautiful, … Read the full article

burnt passion – misguided dreams

On June 7, 2011, in Blog, Faith and belief, Serious, Society, by Amiya

Over the decade India has undergone a magnitude of change that is difficult to comprehend. In an already diverse country the spectrum of changes happening is simply mind boggling. In a country of billion, there are a billion different dreams in a billion different directions. As the tearing and shearing … Read the full article

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PM asks: Am I a temple bell?

On June 4, 2011, in Blog, Comics, Humor, India, irregular, Society, by Amiya

As the country struggles with the cancer of corruption, Baba Ramdev has started his hunger strike against corruption. Falling on the lines of Anna Hazare who successfully incited the Government to take action against this ever growing menace that has plagued our society and is dragging us back. While it … Read the full article

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Kindly learn scientific notation…

On June 4, 2011, in Blog, Comics, Humor, irregular, by Amiya

When it comes to very large or very small numbers, the scientific notation is an indispensable tool of expression. With the corruption figures becoming astronomical over the years I guess use of it has to be made mandatory for politicians, judges and lawyers...


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PhD Nerds – Say no to L2

On April 22, 2011, in Blog, Comics, PhD nerds, Technology, by Amiya

The concept of distance is an essential one in almost every field of engineering. While distance for most means the same thing, in reality there are an infinite ways to measure distance. These measure are known as norms in mathematics. What we use in our everyday life is known as … Read the full article

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PhD Nerds – Validate HTML flowchart

On March 15, 2011, in Comics, PhD nerds, Technology, by Amiya

Even though I am a big fan of Microsoft when it comes to cross browser compatibility I hate them. The large market share of internet explorer has allowed Microsoft to exploit the market from eternity. Their non compliance to standards is just a way of saying "Who's your daddy?" to … Read the full article

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PhD Nerds – Grand Realizations

On March 3, 2011, in Comics, irregular, PhD nerds, by Amiya

Optimization is integral to almost every field of Engineering. As a Grad student undertaking classes in convex optimization I went through a phenomena that I guess every engineer will go through sometime in his life. A grand realization; that everything is optimization...which will be followed by another realization that almost … Read the full article

Capturing the spirit of Chingay Parade 2011 – Singapore

On February 12, 2011, in Blog, Entertainment, Events, Gallery, Video, by Amiya

The Chingay Parade is an annual street parade held Singapore as part of Chinese New Year festivities. The term Chingay itself originated in Southeast Asia, particularly in Penang, which is a phonetic equivalent of some Chinese words, which means "a decorated miniature stage" or float. Held on the Formula One … Read the full article

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PhD Nerds – What makes a good researcher?

On February 8, 2011, in Blog, PhD nerds, by Amiya

So what it takes to be a good researcher? Answer comes from Dr. Ian Dick....

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Disclaimer: This is a work of fiction. Any resemblance to actual events in this or any other parallel universe (although highly probable) is coincidental.

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