Saturday, 24 January 2009

The Routine Post

  • I was made to sing at my guitar class today. The last time I sang for an audience was during my college ragging days. I was bad then, and not surprisingly, am bad now.
  • Running is going good. I have been attempting to increase my speed by doing hill training and intervals on the treadmill.
  • I finished my first book on running: Why We Run?, by Bernd Heinrich. It's a nice book, but you need to be a bit interested in biology to read it. The author is a biologist and an accomplished ultra-marathoner. Next book (purchased online, but yet to arrive) is Chi Running.
  • We are nearing two months since the Mumbai Terror attacks. On the surface, it all looks the same. Most of the media attention has moved to Obama. I don't even know what happened to Kasab -- the arrested terrorist. Has he been prosecuted yet? As I predicted, the security guards have stopped checking our badges at office. There is a paper written by RAND, an American NGO think tank, on the Mumbai attack. It's worth a read.


Rake said...

The paper on the mumbai attack is horrifying. Somehow reading the information all at once paints a really scary picture. I still cant believe it was soo easy for them!