Few hours of rain yesterday submerged many parts of Mumbai City. Rain gods must be saying ‘This is just the beta version my friends, how are you going to cope up with the release version? :)’. When the release version comes, you can sit in the coziness of your homes/offices and read the wonderful weekly picks from our Adda. Here are this week’s Tangy Tuesdays.
- Who : Preeti
What : Letters to the Upparwalla!
Tangy : Whoa! Preeti has this letter to ‘The almighty’. The contents of the letter cannot be divulged. Read on to know what the contents of the letter are. 🙂
- Who : Kartik Dayanand
What : Football: Man’s version of God’s Game
Tangy : It is football time as it is the #worldcup. The best of the footballing nations have converged in South Africa. Kartik has this informative post on football for all those wanting to know more about the game.
- Who : Anju Gandhi
What : Over pampered children make egoistic parents/partners?
Tangy : The title of the post says it all. Anju has posted her views on this topic. What do you think? Do you think in the current times the parents need to inculcate more values and devote more time to their children? A must read.
- Who : Aquatic Static
What : Twittervada – How Twitter Helped Me Gain Inner Peace
Tangy : Twittervada, an awesome post by Aquatic Static. This post by Aquatic Static is a must read for the way she has incorporated the twitter lingo and has related it with Swami Adi Shankaracharya. A post you will enjoy reading.
- Who : Brijesh
What : The Real Power of Communication Revolution in India
Tangy : Brijesh has this wonderful post where he talks about an experience which makes us realize how ‘communication revolution’ has affected every common man in India. A post you will surely enjoy reading and can easily relate to it.
- Who : Sagar Kamat
What : Reasons why I didn’t quit facebook,this time
Tangy : Have you ever thought of quitting Facebook? There was even a ‘Quit Facebook day’. Sagar Kamat has posted his reasons on why he did not quit Facebook. It makes sense to all those who are thinking of quitting the social networks to rethink once.
- Who : Vikas Goel
What : AntiSocial Networking – LinkedIn Special
Tangy : Vikas is here with a post which talks about Linkedin and focussing on ‘Anti Social Networking’. After Sagar, it is now Vikas’s turn to talk about Anti Social Networking. What do you think?
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