First priority is Time. You never know where all the time went. I would wake up and read and write a couple of emails, reply to some facebook and twitter calls, and lo! its afternoon already.
I was lucky enough to win the Windows 7 Giveaway at Life Rocks 2.0 and I got it today. This is the first time I am laying my hands on a boxed version of Windows, my laptop runs on an OEM version of Vista that came with it.
The pack has two DVD’s with 32 bit and 64 bit versions. I love the DVD’s, here are some pics (thanks to mom’s mobile cam).
So as planned, I went to our college Farewell Party. Started off in our car, with mom (to drop her at work), picked @Jithoot on the way and reached the men’s hostel. Well, that’s not where the party is, but you probably know that every activity in college starts off from the hostel.
The hostel didn’t have the usual serenity or the lets-have-a-drink-and-watch-a-movie-and-sleep mood. Everyone was running around digging up rotten records that dates back to 2006, our first year and packing bags. Everyone had to vacate the college hostel by 1o am today.
At 12.30 IST, today, I am officially out of college. Exams just got over today.
It was a Phone Calls Day after that; the moment I came out of the exam hall, @KenneyJacob called. I got calls from many people, Dad called and said Congrats. Then an old friend called. We hadn’t talked for over a year, well, now she has a baby.
The back cover of my copy of iCon Steve Jobs: The Greatest Second Act in the History of Business had a review that said “… Once you start reading, you won’t want to put it down“. In my first sitting I covered 31 pages and that review proved to be true.
iCon is a biography of Steve Jobs and tells the story of his journey with Apple, NeXT and Pixar. I was expecting to read more about Steve Jobs, the man, but it turned out to be more of Jobs as a Entrepreneur with flashes into his personal life here and there.