Imagine a service where a person comes to your door to collect payments for purchases made online. Another, where you can ask questions through SMS and get the answers through the same gateway. 🙂 We met two such persons recently and spoke to them. Both are young and promising. Before you read this week’s Tangy Tuesday picks, check out Arpit Mohan’s Gharpay service and Deepak Ravindran’s SMSGyan. 🙂
- Who : Mihir Fadavnis
What : The 15 Worst Bollywood Films of 2011
Tangy : Mihir Fadnavis lists the films which have tortured and agonized our brains with their scripts and direction, in 2011. Our favorite description of the worst film – Not a Love Story and Murder 2. 😛
- Who : Saurin Parekh
What : Kareena Ka Sabse Bada Fan
Tangy : Saurin Parikh won the Sabse Bada Fan of Kareena Kapoor contest and his prize was a dinner date with the actress. He shares his experience with us here in this post. An interesting read.
- Who : Sanctity Entity
What : A Tribute to Atal Bihari Vajpayee ~ Take a clue, Dr. Manmohan Singh
Tangy : Kumar Pratik writes a post on Mr. Vajpayee describing his leadership skills and how good a politician he was. He compares him with MMS and says, that the latter should imbibe some qualities of Mr. Vajpayee.
- Who : Asha
What : Dhanushkodi – A port town under the sea
Tangy : A very informative post is written by Asha, narrating us about a town, which was partly washed away by the sea. She narrates us the incident that occurred in 1964, in this land, which she says is also the birth place of APJ Abdul Kalam. Do read.
- Who : Diptakirti
What : Resemblance Entirely Coincidental
Tangy : A common mistake that people make when trying to design something completely foolproof is to underestimate the ingenuity of complete fools – Douglas Adams. Nabendu committed this common mistake of trying to fool his professor DKC. This is a must read post for all Engineering students! 😀
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