Archive for December, 2008

voices bulletins and magazine.

Dec 30, 2008

Courtesy Voices, we have PDFs of all the daily bulletins and the Voices magazine during the Centenary Conference.

Two entries from this blog were featured in the magazine: phd resolutions and coffee with shami.

Daily bulletins: Dec 13, Dec 14, Dec 15, Dec 16, Dec 16 – second issue.
The magazine: 100 enLIGHTening YEARS.

It is worth noting how Voices team worked for coming out with daily bulletins. The last issue contains their schedule which is copied below.

The genesis of Voices Bulletins.
08:30 Reach room 203 of Management Studies.
09:00 Attend Keynotes. Open the Voices stall.
10:00 Attend Panel Discussions. Shoot photos.
13:00 Lunch.
14:00 Run for parallel Divisional Workshops.
17:00 Take written notes to room 203. Start typing.
21:00 Dinner.
22:00 Play pranks with team mates.
23:00 Edit written articles. Select photos.
02:00 Start layout with Adobe InDesign.
05:00 Send InDesign file to the press. Sleep. Dream.
08:00 Get awakened by team mates.
08:30 Reach room 203 of Management Studies.

By the way, an eleist is a person who talks about himself in third person.

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akhanda bharat.

Dec 18, 2008
Akhanda Bharat.

Akhanda Bharat.

One of the readers of iisc life, Kiran Tikare has launched a website called Akhanda Bharat (United India).

This is what the site mentions.

True genius of India lies in dreams of its people, wellness of its people, security of its people. If any body questions us, If any body challenges us, If any body tries to divide us, we will show them, that nobody can divide us.

You are requested to check out the forum for ideas and discussions on how to improve India.


Also check out a previous post on iisc life talking about a non-profit organization named kiva, on request of one of the readers.

If you wish to see a website featured on this blog, please comment back. bhOndOO will create a separate post for it.

results of centenary contest.

Dec 17, 2008

The Centenary Contest also came to an end along with the Centenary Conference. The winner is Pradeesha. She cracked the clues very fast. Pradeesha, you are welcome for the treat any time.

It is worth mentioning that Kiran was the first one to crack the first clue — but he did not come out with the answers to the others.

So, here are the answers. All the clues are anagrams of various departments in IISc.

rectilinear negligence == electrical engineering.

rectilinear negligence == electrical engineering.


mad man reattempts ethic == mathematics department.

mad man reattempts ethic == mathematics department.


inaccurate documentation poems == computer science and automation.

inaccurate documentation poems == computer science and automation.


publication misery slouch == molecular biophysics unit.

publication misery slouch == molecular biophysics unit.

There are some more:

electrical conscience forgoes == centre for ecological sciences.

her symbiotic == biochemistry.

cardiology biology limb clone == microbiology and cell biology.

simultaneous policy birch == impossible chaotic unruly == molecular biophysics unit.

accelerates nearer mirths == characterless marine tree == materials research center.

chromatic syringe == its merry coaching == reaching icy storm == organic chemistry.

carpeted myth spins == print escaped myths == my charted snippets == practised pen myths == physics department.

tempt machinated master == attachments amid temper == chairman attempts meted == pettiest madam merchant == mathematics department.
asthmatic me == matematics.

careering intelligence == electrical engineering.

nut terminations == nominate intrust == remnant tuitions == intern mutations == tournaments in it == in tenant tourism == instrumentation.

countermen outpost academician == paranoiac uncounted committees == accentuated manure composition == nonacademic costume reputation == unaccompanied autonomic street == autocracies patented communion == resume contaminated occupation == autocrats communication deepen == computer science and automation.

Courtesy:
EasyPeasy.
WordSmith.