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It’s The End Of The World As We Know It (And I Feel Fine)

September 23, 2011 Leave a comment Go to comments

Every now and then, I get asked to speak at industry conferences, especially those with a focus on India. Am not an off-the-cuff sort of speaker and the mild bemusement that greets the invites has not been enough of an incentive to prepare an hour’s worth of material. Anyway, what do i know?

(Was then amused to read Gilbert Koh’s post on a similar subject. Am sure he would be a very compelling speaker indeed.)

This feels all so grown-up. If I were writing a bildungsroman, I would, at this juncture, add news that bands from the protagonist’s childhood had broken up.

Thanks for the memories, R.E.M. – especially those Document, Out of Time, Automatic for the People, Monster years.

The Walkman radio/ Discman soundtrack to those sepia-tinted days:

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