PhD Nerds: Are you alone?

On November 24, 2013, in Comics, Humor, PhD nerds, by Amiya
Sitting alone and a beautiful girl approaches you and asks - Are you alone? This is what follows... Disclaimer: Based on true events. Read the full article
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Misunderstood Manmohan Singh

On September 8, 2013, in Comics, Humor, by Amiya
In a categorical endorsement of the Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi as the party's prime ministerial candidate in 2014, PM Manmohan Singh, responding to a question from NDTV, said today that he was ready to accept any role in the party after the general elections, due by May 2014. Well Dr.… Read the full article
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In and Out: Bug’s flight plan

On November 9, 2012, in Comics, Humor, by Amiya
Human kind may have understood a lot about aviation - but the bug's flight path is beyond all logic!

A bug's flight plan

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PhD Nerds: Forever Alone

On June 6, 2012, in Comics, Humor, PhD nerds, by Amiya
Procrastinating late in the night when suddenly the idea of watching a movie in an almost empty theater strikes you. If only life was this simple 🙁 ...

Forever Alone! Click on image to zoom

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Mamata Di – You Don’t Say?

On May 12, 2012, in Blog, Comics, Humor, irregular, by Amiya
Mamata Banerjee AKA DiDi (she does have some characteristics of DiDI from Dexter's Lab) recently warns Facebook and Twitter - suggesting she is "not a cartoon". Just a while ago she arrested a Professor from Jadavpur University for drawing a cartoon of her. When asked she said it is always… Read the full article
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PhD Nerds: Carbon described in one word

On April 27, 2012, in Comics, Humor, PhD nerds, by Amiya
Without doubt carbon is the most important element. Perhaps it's chemistry is richer than the chemistry of all other elements combined. You remove this single element and life would seize to exist.  At one end it looks like ugly charcoal and on the other end it is the most beautiful… Read the full article
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PhD Nerds: schrodinger’s graduate student

On January 24, 2012, in Comics, Humor, PhD nerds, by Amiya
Most of us know about schrodinger's famous thought experiment.  It illustrates  the Copenhagen interpretation of quantum mechanics applied to everyday objects. If you feel bad for the cat, do think once about the graduate student who has to carry out the experiment!

schrodinger's graduate student

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PhD Nerds: dual monitor and productivity

On October 31, 2011, in Comics, Humor, PhD nerds, by Amiya
I just got my third monitor and second workstation. My table now looks more like a trader's bench. Though multiple research conclusively demonstrates the advantage of more than one monitor; does it really increase productivity? Read the full article
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Kapil Sibal unveils $35 computer – says it will change the way we compute

On October 1, 2011, in Blog, Comics, Entertainment, Humor, by Amiya
Lot of hype was being generated on the news of HRD minister Kapil Sibal releasing the $35 computer which was considered to be “Micromax Tablet killer” by respected news agencies. Finally Sibal released the prototype a little before its official release date of 5th October due to multiple requests from… Read the full article
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WebComics: Pissing Problems

On September 20, 2011, in Comics, Humor, by Amiya
Man may have made huge progress in science. Guided missiles that can hit the target thousands of miles away within a few feet's accuracy.  Send satellites to precise orbits; yet there is a pissing problem that would always hound him. PS: Comic inspired by this

Pissing problem

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