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You can't believe the number of people who fill this box with crap, just to get the Auto-biographer badge. Me included ;)

Oh, I didn't introduce my self: Here are 8 words that don't describe me.

What? That wasn't descriptive enough? Well, here are some words that might actually help: a self-confessed techno-geek in the making, I adore:-

  • The Internet
  • Google+ xD
  • Open Source
  • StackOverflow
  • All things geeky

in that order. Here are some other links that might help:-


Oh, and don't forget to check out my blog, The Rantosphere. The title is meant to be a portmanteau of Ranting and The Blogosphere.

But don't worry, most of my posts are actually interesting, if a bit on the incoherent rambling side. I blog about:-

  • Tech
  • Math
  • Me, occasionally
  • The internet

and anything else awesome enough to talk about.

You can also view my blog on WordPress, if you like. Both are updated at the same time, courtesy of IFTTT, but Blogger remains my favorite :)


Aug
2
comment Comma Splice? “I'm curious, what is the time?”
An example using the same words and including the period as the author though it might require is "I am curious (about) what the time is.".
May
25
revised Is there a word for someone who is usually in the minority?
Add Google's definition
May
25
suggested suggested edit on Is there a word for someone who is usually in the minority?
May
25
awarded  Citizen Patrol
Apr
22
awarded  Critic
Mar
18
comment Is it proper to use a colon followed immediately by a hyphen?
@way0utwest LOL, I am an Indian (although neither do I live in India, nor is English is a second language) and I didn't know that this wasn't as widely used a punctuation mark as, say, the em dash.
Mar
18
comment What is the correct greeting to use in a formal email addressed to a department/team/company?
The To and Subject headers largely render the salutation and subject lines of actual physical emails obsolete. I would just begin with the first line; although I would probably not come to the point directly.
Aug
18
comment Proper way to handle plurals with “whose”
As a follow up, how would you convey the meaning in French of the latter statement in English?
Apr
20
accepted “Curious X”: X is the subject or an object
Apr
19
comment “Curious X”: X is the subject or an object
Thanks. 1) How come there isn't a specific way to address the 2 different meanings? 2) What does 'that' refer to in in your last point?
Apr
19
asked “Curious X”: X is the subject or an object
Apr
5
revised “Can I do X” vs. “Can't I do X”
added 403 characters in body
Apr
5
asked “Can I do X” vs. “Can't I do X”
Feb
12
comment “X is famous” vs. “X was famous”
Helpful and accompanied with examples. Thanks!
Feb
12
accepted “X is famous” vs. “X was famous”
Feb
12
awarded  Excavator
Feb
12
asked “X is famous” vs. “X was famous”
Feb
12
revised “I know that that that school that is famous because of its rules.” — Can this sentence work?
Improved formatting; Fixed typos;
Feb
12
suggested suggested edit on “I know that that that school that is famous because of its rules.” — Can this sentence work?
Oct
1
comment Why do we say “Japan earthquake” and not “Japanese earthquake”?
So American earthquakes are manufactured in America?