My personal fav are : Naseem Ashraf ( the best & suited one ) along with Inzi.
Dad says that back in 70’s he had had visualized mobile & cellular stuff. Considering how imaginative he is (definitely in top 10) i see no reason why i shouldn’t believe him. Bulk of it comes from his profession but even if he would have been in any other field that won’t make any difference. He is the Alexander in my world. Considering his times 50 years back & that too from where he was born the machine achieved more than it was expected.
I have to say all of this while i read this article about YOUTUBE that shows how eager a human is to be known/famous. Here we go :
As always when the mood is hibernated thoughts swril within memories my only resort is the music i am related to :
Another day turns into night
Waited all my life – janatay hoo jub bhi mujya
Take me away – choti say chaoti cheez bhi pasand ati thi
A million miles away from here – tu hamisha mari mom or mari sis
Take me away – us main koi na koi nokhs zaroor nikla
Find a place for you and me – or phir mujhya kabhi bhi
You’re taking me higher – us cheez ho hasilkarnay nahi diya
High as I could be – or main her dafa apni khowaeshat
Take me away – apany hi dil main chupa lati
Forever you and me – or haista hasita apnay app ko
Take me away – apnay under hi kaid kardiya
Tears I cried – ab jub kay apni sari zindagi sirf
Kept them all inside – tumharay sath guzarnay ki khowaesh
I needed time – or kia kia kharabiyan
To make up my mind – un ko nazar ain ge tum main
[To make up my mind]
Take me away
Koi jo mila to mujhe aisa lagta tha
jaise meri saari duniya main geeton ki rut
aur rangon ki barkha hai khushbu ki aakdhi hai
mahki hui si ab saari fizaayen hain
bahki hui si ab saari hawaayen hain
khoyi hui si ab saari dishaayen hain
badli hui se ab saari adaayen hain
jaagi ummengein hain, dhadak raha ahi dil
sapnon main toofaan hain, hoton pe nagme hain
aakhon main sapne hain, sapnon main beete hue
se vo saare lamhe hain
jab koi aaya tha, jazron pe chhaya tha
dil main samaya tha, kaise main bataun tumhe
kaise use paaya tha, pyaar ke chehre pe bikhri jo julphen
to aisa lagta tha jaise kohre ke peechhe
ek os main dhula hua phool khila hai jaise
badal main ik chaand chhupa hai
aur jhaank raha hai jaise raat ke parde main
SAM passed on this link over MSN messenger. Frankly, the guy who bought this for a million is a jerk & also is the one who asked for that amount. Read this one but more importantly read the comments & figure out yourself what users think about this one million dollar laptop. Especially check the 7th comment by Allan. I have copied the page here in case the original link goes down.
What Does a One Million Dollar Laptop Look Like?
We’ve seen plenty of expensive gizmos in our days, most of which are not due to advanced electronics, but this is one of the very few times we’ve had to get into seven figures. I’m not exactly sure what it is about this laptop from Luvaglio London that makes it so special, but the current asking price on the computing creation is a cool $1 million.
Came across this article in Daily Times. It was about the CJP issue & i was impressed by the way the writer has conveyed his views in rather a blog-impression style. What impressed me more was his simple way of presentation about a complex political issue without involving too much but yet rather touching few good points. I strongly suggest you to just read BOLD text in the end if in case you don’t have time at hand.
THE OTHER COLUMN: All about interests —Ejaz Haider
Before you bracket me with the venerable beards for not sticking to my word, given publicly, I may take the presumption of apportioning the blame for my reappearance on all the friends who wrote and chided me on my decision, out of which Khalid Hasan stands out, and who I cannot refuse
I was in Islamabad and sitting with friend Sherry Rehman when news came that the Chief Justice of Pakistan had been sacked. Suddenly, there was much activity; phones began ringing (not mine), there was excitement all round and, as is the wont of Isloo-ites, much speculation. Scenarios were constructed — this is going to become big; the regime has shot itself in the foot finally; this is the beginning of the end and so on, the motif being that the action would go down in history as the equivalent of the Boston Tea Party.
I was watching the excitement, sipping my tea and taking deep drags on my cigarette, almost as an outsider. Someone invited my opinion.
So finally India is out of the World cup too but instead of saying anything on it i would like to talk on a more permanent issue right now but not in Indian context, rather in Pakistani context as the problem that has taken over both the sides is quite similar & instead of giving my own view i rather will refer you to this article by Amit Varma that is very much valid for our team too. While my thoughts on all of this is included in extended part following is the crux of the whole point that i strongly want to emphasis on & you should read, just in case if you are in a hurry.
” There is a crucial difference to be noted between India and Australia, though. Australia have enormous bench strength. They could fire Healy because Adam Gilchrist waited, sack Michael Slater because Justin Langer was around, let Mark Waugh go because Damien Martyn had been kept out for too long. Outstanding talents like Stuart Law and Matthew Elliott and Stuart MacGill, who would have played a hundred Tests in any other country, spent ages waiting in the sidelines. If Mike Hussey and Brad Hodge played for any other team, they’d be international cricket veterans by now. ”