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Ethan Hawke Explains How to Give Yourself Permission to Be Creative

The most creative people, you’ll notice, throw themselves into what they do with absurd, even reckless abandon. They commit, no matter their doubts about their talents, education, finances, etc. They have to. They are generally fighting not only their own misgivings, but also those of friends, family, critics, financiers, and landlords. Artists who work to realize their own vision, rather than someone else’s, face a witheringly high probability of failure, or the kind of success that com...
Tags: Art, Facebook, New York, College, Poetry, America, Creativity, Ethan Hawke, David Lynch, Ginsberg, Hawke, Buckley, William F Buckley, Josh Jones, Krishna, Allen Ginsberg


India: IPO Extends Limitation Period In Accordance With Supreme Court Order - Krishna & Saurastri Associates

The Office of the Controller General of Patents Designs and Trademarks on May 21, 2021 issued a Public Notice to inform the stakeholders that the period of limitation has been extended...
Tags: News, India, Krishna, Saurastri Associates


Harvard-Westlake boys tennis edges No. 1 University for CIF-SS Open Division title

IRVINE – Players crowded the courts and cheered after every point. Two sets extended to tiebreakers, including a marathon session that ended 14-12. University and visiting Harvard-Westlake then moved to the second round without taking much of a breath. That’s how intense the CIF Southern Section Open Division boys tennis final started Friday as the championships returned after being canceled last spring by the pandemic. The duels continued into the second and third rounds before Harvard-Westlake...
Tags: Sports, Sport, University, Soccer, Birmingham, Whitney, Alex, High School Sports, Hart, Irvine CA, Irvine, Wolverines, Krishna, UC Irvine, Markus, John Kessler


Wriddhiman Saha, Amit Mishra, Prasidh Krishna recover from Covid-19

Saha is in the Test squad for India's upcoming tour of England, while Krishna has been named as a standby
Tags: England, India, Sport, Cricket, Krishna, Saha, Wriddhiman Saha Amit Mishra Prasidh Krishna


India: Supreme Court Extends Limitation Period - Krishna & Saurastri Associates

By taking judicial notice of the unprecedented challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic to litigants all across the country and in view of the severity...
Tags: News, Supreme Court, India, Krishna, Saurastri Associates


Red Hat CEO looks to maintain double-digit growth in second year at helm

Red Hat CEO Paul Cormier runs the centerpiece of IBM’s transformation hopes. When Big Blue paid $34 billion for his company in 2018, it was because it believed it could be the linchpin of the organization’s shift to a focus on hybrid computing. In its most recent earnings report, IBM posted positive revenue growth for only the second time in 8 quarters, and it was Red Hat’s 15% growth that led the way. Cormier recognizes the role his company plays for IBM, and he doesn’t shy away from it. As he ...
Tags: Cloud, Enterprise, Tech, Ibm, Red Hat, Red Hat Enterprise Linux RHEL, Krishna, Jim Whitehurst, Cormier, Ginni Rometty, Arvind, Paul Cormier, Jim Kavanaugh, Arvind Krishna


IBM breaks latest revenue losing streak as cloud revenue shows modest growth

For IBM, much of the last 8 years simply posting positive revenue growth was a challenge. In fact, the company had a period between 2013 and 2018 when it experienced an astonishing 22 straight quarters of negative revenue growth. So when Big Blue reported yesterday that revenue was up slightly, I’m sure the company took that as a win. Investors appear to be happy with the results with the stock up 4.73% this morning as of publication. Consider that over the last 8 quarters encompassing FY2019 an...
Tags: TC, Cloud, Enterprise, Finance, Tech, Ibm, Krishna, Kavanaugh, Hybrid Cloud, Jim Kavanaugh, Arvind Krishna, Kyndryl, Cloud and Cognitive Services


India: Appellate Board/Tribunal No More - Krishna & Saurastri Associates

On April 04, 2021, the Government of India through the Ministry of Law and Justice published The Tribunals Reforms (Rationalization and Conditions of Service) Ordinance, 2021...
Tags: News, India, Krishna, Government of India, Ministry of Law and Justice, Saurastri Associates, Appellate Board Tribunal


India: IPO To Compute Limitation Period In Accordance With Supreme Court Order - Krishna & Saurastri Associates

In the event the actual balance period of limitation remaining, with effect from 15.03.2021, is greater than 90 days, that longer period shall apply.
Tags: News, India, Krishna, Saurastri Associates


29 thoughtful cookbook gifts for any occasion

If you buy through our links, we may earn money from affiliate partners. Learn more. Amazon; Gilbert Espinoza/Insider To me, there's no better gift to give or receive than a great cookbook. A cookbook with beautiful photos, thoughtful narratives, and foolproof recipes can feed the imagination, transport your giftee to another city or country, and inspire them to get creative in the kitchen. There are cookbooks out there to suit every type of cook, whether novice or expert, and feed a...
Tags: Reviews, Apple, Amazon, Kitchen, Cooking, Gift Guide, London, Instagram, France, White House, China, New York City, Jerusalem, America, Trends, Turkey


IBM's CEO predicts a hybrid remote-work model for 80% of employees post-pandemic

Photo by Brian Ach/Getty Images for Wired IBM expects 80% of its employees to work in hybrid remote roles post-pandemic, Bloomberg reported. CEO Arvind Krishna also said IBM will likely scale back its office space significantly. Some tech companies take a flexible approach to work; Amazon and others want workers in the office. See more stories on Insider's business page. IBM is joining the growing list of tech companies planning to take a flexible approach to remote work even after th...
Tags: Amazon, Work From Home, Enterprise, Trends, Remote Work, Bloomberg, Ibm, Emily Chang, Krishna, Google Amazon Facebook, Pandemic, Tech Insider, Bloomberg IBM, Arvind Krishna, Brian Ach, Tyler Sonnemaker


How a small company in India produces over 2,000 tons of colorful Holi powder each year

People celebrate the Hindu holiday of Holi with colorful powder known as gulal. One company in Hathras, India, makes over 6,000 tons of gulal every year. We went inside the factory churning out powder year-round in the gulal capital of the world. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Yellow is one of the most popular colors thrown during Holi. Called gulal, the fine powder is made from a mixture of starch and dyes.One factory in India, Radha Kishan Color World, produces 2,000 tons of g...
Tags: Travel, Video, News, India, Color, Trends, Retail, Hindu, Powder, Holi, Manpreet Singh, Uttar Pradesh, Singh, Krishna, Manu, Aligarh


Hear the Beautiful Isolated Vocal Harmonies from the Beatles’ “Something”

How many songs did Pattie Boyd — fashion model, photographer, muse, and wife of George Harrison and Eric Clapton — inspire? It’s hard to say, since some of the lyrics purportedly written for her, like those in Harrison’s breakout “Something,” may have been for someone else, then diplomatically attributed to Boyd. Or, in the case of “Something” — the first Harrison song to come out as a Beatles A-side single and the song that convinced the world of his formidable songwriting talents — the...
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India: Supreme Court Ends Extension Of Limitation Period - Krishna & Saurastri Associates

In order to alleviate difficulties faced by litigants and lawyers owing to the COVID-19 pandemic and consequent lockdown, the Supreme Court of India had passed an order on 23rd March 2020...
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IBM transformation struggles continue with cloud and AI revenue down 4.5%

A couple of months ago at CNBC’s Transform conference, IBM CEO Arvind Krishna painted a picture of a company in the midst of a transformation. He said that he wanted to take advantage of IBM’s $34 billion 2018 Red Hat acquisition to help customers manage a growing hybrid cloud world, while using artificial intelligence to drive efficiency. It seems like a sound enough approach. But instead of the new strategy acting as a big growth engine, IBM’s earnings today showed that its cloud and cognitive...
Tags: Cloud, Enterprise, NFL, Tech, Artificial Intelligence, Earnings, Ibm, Cnbc, Red Hat, Big Blue, Krishna, Bill Parcells, Ginni Rometty, Hybrid Cloud, Arvind Krishna, Instana


26 thoughtful cookbook gifts for any occasion

When you buy through our links, we may earn money from our affiliate partners. Learn more. Amazon; Gilbert Espinoza/Insider One of the best gifts for any home cook is a new cookbook that will inspire creativity in the kitchen. Paired with a note, a cookbook can make a thoughtful and sentimental gift that evokes past travels, memories, and shared meals.Here are some of our favorite cookbooks to give this year, including "The Pepper Thai Cookbook," "New World Sourdough," and "Xi'an Famous ...
Tags: Reviews, Apple, Amazon, Kitchen, Cooking, Gift Guide, Texas, London, Instagram, France, White House, China, New York City, Jerusalem, America, Trends


in2021, I will...

Hello hello!  Time for the annual post. Where I look back at the year gone by and the year ahead. This has been an annual ritual for a few years. To be honest, I may or may not follow it (the excitement of the new year wanes off after a few weeks days) but I always come back to the yearly post when I am down in the dumps and I don't know what to do with my life. In 2020, I had to do that a lot. So I have seen the utility.  So, without further ado, let's get to it. I will divide this into sect...
Tags: Travel, Google, Japan, Goals, Goa, Delhi, Jack, Life Goals, Soho House, Don, MDI, Krishna, Vivek, ARR, Lem, Boman


23 last-minute cookbook gifts for every type of home cook

When you buy through our links, we may earn money from our affiliate partners. Learn more. Amazon; Crystal Cox/Gilbert Espinoza/Business Insider One of the best gifts for any home cook is a new cookbook that will inspire creativity in the kitchen. Cookbooks also make an easy last-minute gift; nearly all our picks are available with two-day Prime shipping from Amazon. Here are some of our favorite cookbooks to give this year, including "The Pepper Thai Cookbook," "New World Sourdough," an...
Tags: Reviews, Apple, Amazon, Kitchen, Cooking, Gift Guide, Texas, London, Instagram, France, White House, China, New York City, Jerusalem, America, Trends


IBM snags Nordcloud to add multi-cloud consulting expertise

IBM has been busy since it announced plans to spin out its legacy infrastructure management business in October, placing an all-in bet on the hybrid cloud. Today, it built on that bet by acquiring Helsinki-based multi-cloud consulting firm Nordcloud. The companies did not share the purchase price. Nordcloud fits neatly into this strategy with 500 consultants certified in AWS, Azure and Google Cloud Platform; giving the company a trained staff of experts to help as they move away from an IBM -c...
Tags: Fundings & Exits, TC, Cloud, Enterprise, Tech, Amsterdam, M&a, Ibm, Mergers and Acquisitions, Consulting, Cnbc, Sap, Red Hat, Google Cloud Platform, Helsinki, Granger


23 cookbooks for every type of home cook

When you buy through our links, we may earn money from our affiliate partners. Learn more. Amazon; Crystal Cox/Gilbert Espinoza/Business Insider One of the best gifts for any home cook is a new cookbook that will inspire creativity in the kitchen. Cookbooks also make an easy last-minute gift; nearly all our picks are available with two-day Prime shipping from Amazon. Here are some of our favorite cookbooks to give this year, including "The Pepper Thai Cookbook," "New World Sourdough," an...
Tags: Reviews, Apple, Amazon, Kitchen, Cooking, Gift Guide, London, Instagram, France, White House, China, New York City, Jerusalem, America, Trends, Features


When is enough, enough?

Today, I have a serious question that I need an answer to. And like all times when I don't know where to go for counsel, I turn to my blog.  The question is, when do you think you know you've tried enough? How long can you continue to try to make things work when you know that the other side is not reciprocating at all? When do you give up if you know that all the effort you are making will eventually go down the drain?I don't know how to explain the predicament that I am in without going into s...
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How tech giants have been getting away with Age Discrimination

Corporate diversity initiatives have focused primarily on skin color, ethnicity, and gender thus far, but age should also be imperative.  Aside from it being an overlooked and unmonitored protected category, workforce demographics project a talent shortage for all diversity groups under 40. In the coming months, IBM could face hundreds of lawsuits (and/or a class action suit) over age discrimination. The EEOC has concluded (and made “final”) that the company took steps to significantly reduce p...
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IBM is acquiring APM startup Instana as it continues to expand hybrid cloud vision

As IBM transitions from software and services to a company fully focussed on hybrid cloud management, it announced  its intention to buy Instana, an applications performance management startup with a cloud native approach that fits firmly within that strategy. The companies did not reveal the purchase price. With Instana, IBM can build on its internal management tools, giving it a way to monitor containerized environments running Kubernetes. It hopes by adding the startup to the fold it can g...
Tags: Fundings & Exits, Startups, TC, Cloud, Enterprise, Tech, Artificial Intelligence, Chicago, Munich, M&a, Ibm, Cnbc, Kubernetes, Exit, Krishna, Rob Thomas


Dive into Diwali at home with Google Arts & Culture

Every autumn, millions of people around the world come together for firework displays, feasts, prayer, and festivities in celebration of Diwali—the festival of lights. Millions of clay lamps illuminate homes and public spaces. Floors are covered with cheerful rangolis to bring good luck. With the food, family and festivities, Diwali is all about the experience of coming together, and the vibrant spectacle of color and light, but the global pandemic changes how we celebrate this year. Google Arts...
Tags: Google, London, Arts And Culture, Diwali, Krishna, Neil MacGregor, Tripathi, Radha, Google Arts Culture, Google Arts amp, Simon Rein, Kartika jpeg Month of Kartika, Banglanatak Radha Krishma Fireworks, National Museum New Delhi, Salar Jung Museum


IBM CEO Arvind Krishna wants to completely transform his organization

When IBM announced it was spinning out its infrastructure services business last month, it was surely a sign that the company was going all in on hybrid cloud. Today in an interview with Jon Fortt at the CNBC Evolve summit, IBM CEO Arvind Krishna made it clear that his whole focus is going to be on transforming his organization into a hybrid cloud management vendor moving forward. That means that instead of trying to primarily sell its own infrastructure or software services — although it will c...
Tags: Amazon, TC, Cloud, Enterprise, Microsoft, Satya Nadella, Tech, SaaS, Ibm, Cnbc, Red Hat, Krishna, Hybrid Cloud, Arvind Krishna, Jon Fortt, CNBC Evolve


From Big Tech to Wall Street: Here's how America's business leaders are reacting to Joe Biden and Kamala Harris' win

Kamala Harris and Sheryl Sandberg. The Facebook COO said her election as first female Vice President was a "remarkable achievement." Justin Sullivan/Getty Images Joe Biden has won the 2020 Presidential Election, Insider and Decision Desk HQ projected last week and the Associated Press confirmed on Saturday.  Executives from Wall Street banks to Silicon Valley tech giants offered their congratulations. "Unity, empathy, and decency are not characteristics of a bygone era," Amazon CEO Jeff Be...
Tags: Amazon, Facebook, Elon Musk, Politics, Microsoft, US, America, Trends, Cisco, Joe Biden, Paypal, United States, Aol, Bill Gates, Ibm, Silicon Valley


10 Bon Appétit Test Kitchen stars have left video amid a reckoning over how the company treats employees of color — here's the full list

Some of Bon Appétit's on-camera talent as of February 2020. Roy Rochlin/Getty Images; Samantha Lee/Business Insider Ten of the 13 members of Bon Appétit's famed Test Kitchen will no longer appear in videos for the food magazine.  The staffers include Claire Saffitz, Christina Chaey, Alex Delany, Rick Martinez, Sohla El-Waylly, Priya Krishna, Gaby Melian, Molly Baz, Carla Lalli Music, and Amiel Stanek. Former and current employees of Bon Appétit told Business Insider in June that the co...
Tags: New York, Media, Instagram, New York City, Trends, Features, Brooklyn, Food Network, Conde Nast, Essays, Alex, Business Insider, Hail Mary, Martha Stewart Living, Bon Appetit, Martinez


Tweets vs Blogposts

Hola! If you are a longtime reader of this blog (or blogs in general), you would know how blogging as a hobby has been sort of replaced by things like Instagram, tweets, and so on and so forth. Both in general and for me. And how blogging is now a lot more "content marketing" where companies pay peanuts to desk monkeys to churn out words that trap those search engine spiders logs. And how the "content" that is created does not really do anything good to any reader, even if they may want to read ...
Tags: Travel, Twitter, Instagram, Blogging, Chicago, Rant, Harry Potter, Mumbai, Krishna, Kevin Kelly, Twitter and Instagram, 1000 True Fans


Chinchani & India’s First Arab Governor

On the 28th of June 1955, The Times of India (Mumbai) carried a very interesting story of the discovery, by a farmer, of 9 inscribed copper plates from his field in the village of Chinchani near Dahanu, in the Palghar district of Maharashtra. Little did he know that what he had ‘dug’ up was a peep into the history of the region, stretching back over 900 years – a time when the area was under the Rashtrakutas and their Arab governor, who oversaw the region. Article by Kurush Dalal | Live History ...
Tags: Life, India, History, Heritage, Mumbai, Arab, Gujarat, Rajasthan, Jodhpur, Arabian Sea, Ganesh, Krishna, Kannada, Shaka, Palghar, Devi


IBM To Split Into Two Companies By End of 2021

IBM announced this morning that the company would be spinning off some of its lower-margin lines of business into a new company and focusing on higher-margin cloud services. Ars Technica reports: During an investor call, CEO Arvind Krishna acknowledged that the move was a "significant shift" in how IBM will work, but he positioned it as the latest in a decades-long series of strategic divestments. "We divested networking back in the '90s, we divested PCs back in the 2000s, we divested semiconduc...
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