Yearly Archives: 2007

Finally, a view from the ground

After years of tripping on their soulful folk rock music, we finally got to see America live in Mumbai. Unlike the regular rock concerts, this was a sit-down affair in an indoor auditorium (Shanmukhananda Hall, Sion), in-keeping with the type

Posted in India, Life, Music

Global Warming – is it all just Gas?

In the continuing saga of the threat to the climate from Global Warming, at last, something to laugh about. Came across this really funny and ironical piece in the Times of India today which talks about how, while we fret

Posted in Life

From Reckless, Into The Fire

While for most fans of Pop & Rock music, Bryan Adams’ music has defined our teen/college years, his music has been so popular that its unfortunately been played ad nauseum, stripping it of some of its clean, songwriting beauty. Fortunately

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Posted in Music

The Digital Agency Shopping Festival

Brand Equity yesterday carried an article about the ongoing spate of acquisitions in the digital marketing industry and the race among traditional agencies to catch up on new media. Indigo Consulting was acknowledged among the leading digital agencies in India.

Posted in Business & Economy, India, Indigo Consulting

Mumbai Metro

Is this what the Mumbai transport map will look like once the metro is complete? Can’t wait to have our very own “Underground” map. I can almost picture it on t-shirts, mugs and coasters 🙂

Posted in India, Life

You Can’t Stop Them Talking

A really interesting article on Social Networking and how organisations are dealing with it. It was published as a cover piece on the Financial Times Digital Business supplement this week. Visit and click the main story “You can’t stop

Posted in Business & Economy, Corporate Blogging, Social Marketing, Web 2.0

Hilarious Resumes

I’m sure we’ve all come across resumes with hilarious claims and statements, some inadvertently so. But one I received today takes the cake and has to go down among the winners. “Hobbies: Listening Music, Watching Movies, to share my mother

Posted in Business & Economy, India, Life