Yesterday I got a new phone. Lenovo p770. And it’s great. This is my first post from the phone.
Today I had a chance to attend a program called stressbusterz. It was conducted by ICPF ahmedabad to give students insights on how to deal with exam stress. Here is the powerpoint presentation that was used in the event. It was created by Blesson Verghese. Download
ICPF Now for more than a year, I have been a part of ICPF. ICPF stands for Inter collegiate prayer fellowship. It’s an organization that works among the youth to educate them about the love of Christ. Let me tell you how I became a part of ICPF’s ministry. Finz, a friend of mine invited me and my brother to a nearby cell group of ICPF. So I went there and I had a great time in the presence of God.
Alright. I admit I don’t have very good relationship with my blog but want to change that. So In the coming months I want to try and develop this site a little bit more. And along with that I also want to develop a habit of blogging more frequently.The first thing I am going to do is catch up to my real life in my blog life(yeah, I know, last sentence doesn’t make any sense).
I love to monitor my system. It’s one of the things that I can spend my time doing. Not hours of time but I can just stare at the system monitor for like 5 minutes and observe and study which processes are taking most system resources and which processes are playing nicely. That’s all nice and good but the most important thing for me to monitor is the bandwidth of my internet connection.
Last year there was a time when I was pretty much free to do whatever what I wanted to do. And in that time I did a lot of things for which I am happy that I did. One of the things I did at that time was testing different working environments. Before that I was using XFCE desktop environment. I still like it and have it installed on my pc.
Last week one of my hard drive failed. At that time I was dual booting XP & Ubuntu from that drive, so I lost my bootloader grub. I installed ubuntu on my other drive. Howerver, I have 512 mb ram in my pc. Ubuntu was running good but at times it seemed slow & the issues with my graphic card(intel 82845g/gl Brookedale) & linux has, worsened my situation. Because of my graphic card Ubuntu crashed alot.