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Happy #19Jan2018 : 19012018 : 01192018 #HappyFunArithmeticFantasticFriday


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19.01.18!

19-1=18 | 18+1=19

19.01.2018!

19+1=20 | 20-1=19

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01.19.18! 1=19-18

01.19.2018!

1+19=20 | -(19-20)=1

 

18,19,20 a #Date with #Maths. #MathsDate #ArithmeticDay

#GoodDay!

~ Prabeen Kumar Pati

#19012018

anigif_19Jan2018

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Thankfully, no more “disrupt”! No #disrupting Not!


Thankfully, no more “disrupt”! No! Not that much, not that more! At least not that flood! Years 2016 & 2017 mostly everywhere I saw the prefix disrupt+ words “disrupts” & “disrupting” not just in technology, markets & related, not just industry, but across the globe across areas. It was so general & common use! I’m not saying it’s in hibernation mode this year or dead.

I was not just overwhelmed by the overuse of “disrupt” but baffled as to the common knowledge & mine, & use, it was actually in the negative & not revolutionary/inspirational. Earlier that word I could hear/read only in political circles & functioning: disrupting Parliament/Sessions/Events; & then suddenly movement / ideology is disrupting etc.

Most disrupting (/ occurring) combination / terms / phrases:

disrupting policy (/market policy, govt…);

disrupting innovation, disrupting idea;

such & so technology disrupting

digital disruption (much more than earlier digital / business transformation)

disrupting trend

discovery & findings going to disrupt

 

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DICTIONARY meaning: Interrupt (an event, activity, or process) by causing a disturbance or problem.

>Drastically alter or destroy the structure of

>to break apart

>to throw into disorder

>to interrupt the normal course or unity of

>to throw into confusion or disorder

>to interrupt or impede

Origin:

Late Middle English: from Latin disrupt- ‘broken apart’, disruptus, from the common verb disrumpere.

(“to break or burst asunder”), from dis-, di- (“apart, asunder”) + rumpere (“to break”).

So why disrupt? Because it got a (new!) meaning to it:

To improve a product or service in ways that displace an established one and surprise the market.

That kind was definitely thought provoking & compelling almost any body and everybody using the buzz-word/catch-phrase prefix disrupt!

Is it safe to say “disrupt” the father of notion (if not common child), not just notion/s, but of all (disrupting) posts/articles/views/proposals/publications & ideas?

The rescuer, the insurance & guarantee of a disrupting one!

disrupt* -the  father & mother of all disrupting ones. The AllMighty!

It was as if it was trash (forget even disrupting) if it didn’t contain the word/prefix “disrupt” itself!

Whose brain child by the way?

It’s not about bucking the trend, not just buzzing, but disrupting!

The word that caught & captured the imagination, changed many a life & caught so many views! so disrupting! that even “out of box” got boxed out!

Oops! Did I use so many disrupts!? Not disrupting!

Cheers!

~ Prabeen Kumar Pati

#disrupt, #disrupting, disrupt, disruptive, market, technology, policy, parliament, govt., industry, movement, #idea, innovation, dictionary, trend, ThoughtProvoking, compelling, catch-phrase, buzz word, brain-child, father of notion, PrabeenPati, #PrabeenPati

Monsoon


Monsoon!

jiske liye naa maein Tarsoon!
isse hii lekin sarii khuusiyaan.
Saavan/Vbarsaa aaye,
toh bhaa jaae,
lagey pyaaraa apnaa Ghar o Aangan!

And it feels to be like to be back home as soon..!
Monsoon!

~ Prabeen Kumar Pati

Nadii/River, Goddess. BrahmaPutra!?


Just Curious!

When #Nadiis/#Rivers are named & symbolized as #Lady/#Goddess(es) (especially in #India/#Bhaarata), #BrahmaPutra!?

~ Prabeen Kumar Pati

Zindagii. Talaash. Fursat se.


(Fursat se)
Zindagii ko kar rahaa thaa Talaash,
pataa chalaa
Zindagii hii kar rahii thii mujhe Talaash!

Fursat se jiske baare mein soch rahaa thaa,
(pataa lagaa)
usko hii kabhii Fursat naa mili…

~ Prabeen Kumar Pati

Netajii Subhash Chandra Bose – a quick thought


Netajii! Happy B’Day to you.
Your death has been a mystery n controversial for long. But your work and effort to make India, in fact, Bhaarat free from the British (colony) has not (been any mystery or unknown).
The Nationalist Great Bhadro-Lok and Nidarr from Cuttack whose attack left the British plenty to ponder…
and whose efforts INA and INC (then) forced the British to finally surrender(!) and quit(!) India.
INA + INC => IC. IND. Independent Country. Independent India.
Though all the allies you were with were not clear friends and/or good (one has been dubbed historical monster, though he did no harm to India; and another Imperial with trade interests and monopoly) for Independent India, but you used the limited resources to good use through the dedicated patriotic army – Indians.
Only one Netaji / Netajii. Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose!
Dum hai (thaa).
(Why such person as Mulayam Singh Yadav allowed to hijack the title? Miserable SP)
~ Prabeen Kumar Pati

What’s in a Name?!? ‘Bengaluru’!?! The curious case (name) of ‘Bengaluru’ <- Bangalore


What’s in a name?!?
The curious case of ‘Bengaluru’ <- Bangalore.
While ‘Chennai’ and ‘Mumbai’ – formerly British-time names ‘Madras’ and ‘Bombay’ respectively, in fact state names. Bengaluru – late established – later than Madras and Bombay. Mysore / Mysuru used to be the state and so the capital. (change in names) were in vogue fast enough, Bangalore to Bengaluru has not been just yet…
(to put more facts and observation)
~ Prabeen Kumar Pati
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