Tuesday, June 20, 2006

Today is friday.

Not according to the calendar. Today is supposed to be tuesday. Today someone told me she wished it was firday, and I granted her wish. I asked her to imagine it was friday and wished her happy friday. I hope she enjoys it. I'm going to enjoy my day, its friday for me.

Saturday, June 11, 2005

Kriya - krum


Baoding healing bell on ringz.



Beautiful stress ringz from inner space.


Sunny Day

Sunny day

Sunday, June 05, 2005

Mistakonomics in action

My friend trying to find tickets to the Bonnaroo music festival on Ebay
--- "all items who had misspelled "Bonnaroo" had very few or no bids at all and consequently sold real cheap as the bidders could not find them."

Feel free to add your observations on mistakonomics around you.

Saturday, June 04, 2005

To err is human, or is it ?

Guess who gets you if you make a mistake typing a web address??

Instead of typing this:
If you end up typing this:

--you end up at microsoft.com

Bad monkey.. Baaaad monkey...

I hereby name the this economic phenomenon " mistake economics " or " mistakonomics ".
As this phenomenon already exists, the universities just have to catch up and start studying it in detail as it may involve more than half of all human economy.
We anyway have to pay someone else for our mistakes every day in every form of life but when it is done in such an obscure way by someone who doesnt need any more money ??
Microsoft sure gets it all.

People have started taking notice. Look out for signs of mistakonomics around you.

Newgroup yakking about this

All this is happening in the end due to the fact that if you search google for "http" the top page displayed is Micro$oft. Take that...

"Mistakonomics are slowly killing me " - dog


mistak·o·nom·ics n.
(used with a sing. verb) The social science that deals with the production, distribution, and consumption of goods and services off human mistakes, and with the theory and management of such economies or economic systems.
(used with a sing. or pl. verb) Economic matters, especially relevant financial considerations: “Mistakonomics are slowly killing me” strait from dogs mouth (http://kriyadog.blogspot.com/2005/06/to-err-is-human-or-is-it.html)).

Worst form of Mistakeonomics is practiced by anyone who profits from such an enterprise. Unfortunately most of the world's economy today is based on this model.


Wednesday, June 01, 2005

flowers from diana

Facial paralysis and bells palsy

I believe this may be a possible cure for Facial paralysis and bells palsy.
Based on acupressure/acupunture principles it entails stimulating a pressure point located in your ear.

The point lies on the inside wall of the highlighted area, at the bottom of the valley, which i think is called Intenal anti-tragus.

It may hurt while stimulating this point but that's usually a good sign as points which need stimulating are often sensitive.
I have witnessed 3 people who have been cured by the stimulation of this point. At first the paralyzed are will usually tingle or twitch and the mouth will salivate.

Here's a video claiming to use Acupuncture to cure Cerebral Palsy. I believe it works on the same principles.

There is lots of information google search for more information.


this weird wired world.

interesting things

bubbagee temple.........................rings..................................cage

Tuesday, May 31, 2005

funny videos

good for laughs and lashes..

Cats ( with some cool music )

Monday, May 30, 2005

Hot new google powered products.

Cool new data overlay glasses from google. Add more layers to the world you see. Project google maps and other interesting factoids over the world you see.

How much do they cost: Nothing. The revenue would be generated by the highlited commercial items of interest aka realtime overlay ads. E.g. The little mom&pop coffee shop down the street is highlited when you search for "coffee".
Of course you are talking to yourself all the time and thats the reason for strange colors of the shades.

Posted by Hello