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Water cooler, one place where we can gather and discuss what matters most: life, liberty, pursuit of happiness, and technology.

  1. The 'Universal' theory of relativity...

    by , 7th October 2011 at 07:13 AM (The Water Cooler Talk: BLOG by Sakshi!)
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ID:	5872First of all this article has nothing to do with Einstein or his theory, but this something very similar as it is universal n a very common thing but we donít realize it.

    Each and every thing which happens to us or goes around us is actually relative in nature e.g. happiness, sadness, pity anger, relationships and even material objects. There is no fixed rule! If a beautiful girl from a very bad background gets a simple flower from an ugly guy, she might ...
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  2. An Ideal Life

    by , 7th October 2011 at 07:02 AM (The Water Cooler Talk: BLOG by Sakshi!)
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Size:  9.6 KBHi, I mentioned about this thing in my last blog and said that you need not do any prayer or believe in GOD but you should always try and achieve an IDEAL life, but now the most important thing is what is an ideal life ??

    Frankly speaking, its very easy to say but its one of the most difficult thing to do.

    Its actually funny because to live such a life we just have to do live our life in the "right" manner, do good things, act properly and behave ...
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  3. What is LOVE!!!

    by , 7th October 2011 at 06:51 AM (The Water Cooler Talk: BLOG by Sakshi!)
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ID:	5870LOVE !!!

    It is the one and only thing which a person wants as an ultimate goal of his life (one way or the other) One of the most powerfull tool but one of the most difficult path to follow. Very common yet very rare. Strong but equally weak.

    A language known by all, so there must something in it that even an animal can understand it but the question is HOW MUCH should we love?

    In most of the 'inspirational stores' we read/heard ...
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  4. Why I am Happy To Be Pirated - Paulo Coelho

    by , 31st July 2011 at 09:20 PM (The Water Cooler Talk: BLOG by Sakshi!)
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    Pirates actually do a favour to writers and artistes

    IN THE former Soviet Union, in the late 1950s and 60s, many books that questioned the political system began to be circulated privately in mimeographed form. Their authors never earned a penny in royalties. On the contrary, they were persecuted, denounced in the official press, and sent into exile in the notorious Siberian gulags. Yet they continued to write.

    Why? Because they needed ...
  5. Should social networking websites be banned at colleges and work place?

    by , 25th February 2011 at 10:11 AM (The Water Cooler Talk: BLOG by Sakshi!)
    Should social networking websites be banned at colleges and work place?

    This is a question most often asked and debated upon! Most organizations and colleges today have either banned the popular social networking sites or provided limited access to their employees and students. The reasons organizations cite is that these websites directly affect the productivity of an employee and distract students. People check their profile, pictures of their friends more than once during the day and this leads them to spending less quality ...
  6. Trusting the Unknown!

    by , 15th February 2011 at 05:52 PM (The Water Cooler Talk: BLOG by Sakshi!)
    trusting the unknown
    How do we define known and unknown to us? A known can be living or non living. A known to one is her family, friends, workplace, team mates, school or college mates, bank, company, residential premises, city, school or college, culture, religion, long term driver or any living or non living with whom she had or having long term relationship. Rest of the world, I believe, to be unknown. Everyone trusts. Everyone trusts hundreds of living or non living. Everyone trusts ...
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  7. Lean Brain Management

    by , 13th February 2011 at 05:23 PM (The Water Cooler Talk: BLOG by Sakshi!)
    This is a recent book i read.

    i was impressed by the blurb - and when i realized it was a satire written by an eminent IBMer from Germany, i was even more impressed.

    while it takes some pages to get used to the style, and sometimes feels that a few ideas are stretched - it is an enjoyable read.

    The author contends that intelligence is wasted on problems that themselves have been caused by an excess of intelligence.

    he goes on to argue ...
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