Green s the buzzword....statistics show the awareness towards environment and drive amonst people to seek employment in Companies that are doing more than just a bit for the environment {at a poll, 73% ppl chose "green" Organisations over ecosystem-indifferent business hogs} ...now that sounds loud and emergent...no wonder GE has gone out of the wway to promote people to build "solutions to solve today's environmental challenges, and to benefit customers and society"

www.ecomagination.com/

well even among the students world over, MS has sincere ongoing efforts...the past :
The theme for Imagine Cup 2006 : "imagine a world where technology helps us to live healthier lives".

The theme for Imagine Cup 2008 (world finals at France) :
The very aura of Imagine Cup is synonymous to the Quidditch World Cup :-) {sans any You-Know-Who of course} ...and the beauty of the thing is, its a P-R-O-C-E-S-S , based on USEFUL THEMES ...wondering when will the theme be, like "imagine a world where imagination is encouraged, in developing and underdeveloped nations, to propel and enable people to devise out-of-box solutions to legacy problems of POVERTY and UNEMPLOYMENT. " now thats would a theme ...is MS listening...{you must be really dumb ifyou r still reading this without having checked the link above first}.....

2 comments:

Krish said...

By looking at your Blog, only one word came to my mind.. "Huge"...!! Thats it... So apparently I haven't read the entire thing, but your post about "Green" thing is good.. I read a bit more, which needless to say was also good.. I really liked the way that you taken the flow.. And to cap it all up, the Pic is also very Apt re....

I am not that much of a blogger myself.. But a month ago, I started a blog and have got only a couple of posts in there.. poorvankara.blogspot.com I have been thinking of writing somemore, but was busy with a lot of stuff, so couldn't do it.. I'll put more stuff on to it very soon...

Gaurav said...

Thx for the compliments Krishna...as about it being huge, dont you think thats how story telling should be :) ..you yourself said, "I really liked the way that you taken the flow" ..so reading is also like meditation, likewise the content should be able to incubate an mental initiation, draw the reader in deeper and then highlight some new facts that complement the readers knowledge pattern about the subject, isnt it ? :-)

btw did you check out the story telling software at Microsoft Research >?