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Sunday, April 01, 2007

To all visitors...

My rapidly-growing community of friends at orkut has certainly paid off by way of greatly increasing the number of visitors here. However, I have a few things to say about this. Don't just read the first post and click off. Do please scroll down the page. Also, notice there are links to previous posts along the right side of this page: click on them to see if you can find something interesting. Older posts are enclosed in the month-wise 'archives' - do look into some of them, too. And most importantly, please do leave your comments here. Whether they are one-liners or pages long, I shall be thankful because you have let me know that you were here. Criticism and suggestions are most welcome, so long as you have something reasonable and relevant to say, and say it in decent language.


babelfish said...

I have this appalling habit of reading and not commenting. Mostly it's because I don't have anything wildly exciting/interesting to say. This comment is a premature apology for the silence that will be; but I've read the archives and I won't stop reading :)

Suvro Chatterjee said...

Well, you called it appalling yourself! I didn't get the point, though: if you won't even name yourself, why just write a comment to declare 'I don't write comments'?! I'd have been none the wiser!

babelfish said...

because you have let me know that you were here.

I was following instructions, as it were. You could think of me as the silent listener who says present please right at the beginning of class and then doesn't ask questions.
And I didn't name myself because you don't know me from Eve. I blog, I read your blog and I'm a stranger you're unlikely to meet is that not enough?

Navin said...

navin rustagi, batch of 1997

Bijit said...


This is just to say that the article "How my world has changed", which you have referred to in your mail today, do not appear here on this blog. Why?

If possible, send it to my mail.


abhi said...

I would like to know more about what you think of the life of present day's teenagers in this blog.

Kaustav Som.