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  • Narendra 2:21 pm on February 20, 2011 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , Technology   

    Tech2hell.com – looking for guest bloggers 

    Tech2hell is looking for guest bloggers. If you’re passionate about technology, gadgets, coding, gaming, internet, Social Media etc and if you believe you have an opinion that can set the world on fire here’s an exciting playground. Visit http://www.tech2hell.com/guest-authors/ and get started.

    tech2hell

    Tech2hell is an exciting  effort by a young college student – Vincent Raja. He’s driven and extremely passionate about his creation. I have been tracking tech2hell for last few months, based on my observations and interactions with Vincent I foresee a bright future for tech2hell. He hasn’t discussed much about his expansion plans or ramp up ideas however, going by the current buzz, I can sense there is something big coming up sooner than later.

    If you are a technology lover I would strongly recommend you to consider guest blogging for Tech2hell. Give it a try.

     
    • Vincent Raja 9:37 pm on February 20, 2011 Permalink | Reply

      Wow. Reddy.. Thanks alot for this share.. proud to be ur frnd 🙂

      • Narendra 9:47 pm on February 20, 2011 Permalink | Reply

        Dude…I want you to do well. This is my teeny weeny way of saying – All the best.

        • sufia 12:54 am on February 21, 2011 Permalink | Reply

          is vincent paying? sorry for the question, i know some ppl who participate in blogs like this, but they do it for money.

          • Narendra 11:41 am on February 21, 2011 Permalink | Reply

            @Vincent: Please reply.

          • Narendra 11:36 am on February 22, 2011 Permalink | Reply

            Abhi ye college main hai..moreover, it’s been about 5 months. He said, he would eventually pay as and when the revenues get stronger..

          • vincent raja 12:21 pm on February 23, 2011 Permalink | Reply

            sorry sufia for late reply. Well im just new to blogging 5 months baby. I wish to share my revenue wit my authors. But now im not earning. In future ill do my best. Thanks for narendra he is doing good in my blog. I wish yo can write if yo like. Thank you.

  • Narendra 5:02 pm on February 8, 2011 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: city, friends, , , rural, Technology, urban, World's largest cities   

    Small town kids 

    Since 1989 I been living in big cities. Which means almost all my schooling, college and major civic learning happened in a city. Till about 17, I had never really interacted with kids from rural background ( barring rare trips to my village ). Initially, I thought these were dumb kids. One guy didn’t even know how to switch on a PC ( all he had to do was push the power button ) another one would never open his mouth, during roll call, he just put up his hand. These kids looked very rustic and had no clue whatsoever about life in a big city. During the first year of engineering, I hardly interacted with these kids. However, as days went by I got talking to few of them.

    From what I remember, most were gentle souls, unbelievably innocent and at times shockingly honest. I won’t say they were my best buddies then but I liked their company largely because I felt superior ( well it was more so because we city kids are manipulative and twisted. In short crooks )

    You could clearly see the day light gap between a city bred bloke and a small town kid. Clothes, hairstyle, language, food habits, so very different. I will be honest, for long time, I perceived them to be lesser mortals. However, as time passed by, I got to know few of these kids from a close quarter. Their drive to learn and excel surprised me, also, very high levels of integrity and intelligence put me to shame. The guy who didn’t know how to switch on a PC is today a senior IT consultant with one of the largest IT companies in the world. Few work in America, few in the middle east. Almost all are doing exceedingly well in their careers.

    My roomies during MBA days hailed from smaller towns, all of them. We shared great camaraderie, still do. In fact, I blindly trusted them, to an extent, one of them ( Vinayak Rajagopal ) held my ATM card. He made all my withdrawals, as far as I remember I never lost a Rupee. I do not think I would have been even half as confident to trust a city kid with my ATM card. I’m not pointing fingers at anyone ( I myself was raised in a big city ) it’s not about money, just that, life in a city is tricky. You never know when people change.

    Based on my experiences, I always felt kids from rural upbringing are better mannered, sharper, intelligent and more importantly honest vis-a-vis skyscraper kids. Most of my good friends today are from humble village backgrounds. Yes, including the dude who didn’t know to power the PC. In fact he would be the first person I would call if I were to get into any kind of trouble, he’s my goto man.

    These kids may not be writing blogs or making crazy number of Facebook updates or speaking fluent english but, they got their heart in place and believe me end of the day that’s what matters. To all my small town friends, you guys are wonderful, stay the same, forever.

     

     

     
    • Blockader 8:31 pm on February 8, 2011 Permalink | Reply

      I was once one of those rural kids… It is an advantage I think. We get to move to the city and learn a second culture, the best of both worlds. But it is very rare for city folk to have to move to the country and experience rural life. So they have to make it through life with just a single culture viewpoint. That why we country kids would be making fun of the city kids behind their backs. 🙂

      • Narendra 10:03 pm on February 8, 2011 Permalink | Reply

        hahahaahaa good one Brad…my dad would totally agree with u..like u, he too has seen best of both worlds..he swells in pride about his roots..

    • Reno Putri 8:51 pm on February 8, 2011 Permalink | Reply

      i”m proud of you, i hope you will find an enriching experience in your life,and to share your experiences because I believe that every path of our life is so precious and worth treasuring, not only for you but also for others, i believe that sharing ideas is the best way to improve ourselves. 🙂

    • sufiaz 2:27 am on February 9, 2011 Permalink | Reply

      funny na, those who havent seen life the way u and i have are the ones with more values than those who have everything.

      • Narendra 8:06 pm on February 9, 2011 Permalink | Reply

        It’s not tht we city kids are dumb asses..but yes, they are better equipped in several departments..Brad has rightly pointed out the adv of coming from a rural background..

    • Bianca 10:57 am on February 9, 2011 Permalink | Reply

      So True!
      They are way smarter and sweeter than imagined.
      ^^

      • Narendra 8:05 pm on February 9, 2011 Permalink | Reply

        yyaaaayyyyyyyyyyy…agreed agreed agreed…totally agree ^-^

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