What could have been a more sarcastic remark on the rising levels of air pollution in Delhi than the Qutub Minar being projected as a power house chimney on canvas? Interestingly, it was in 1911 when Gordon Sanderson envisioned this irony and gave a virtual ... Deccan Herald, 2 months ago
Not many people visiting Ajmer for the first time know about the exquisite mosque complex, not far from the famous Darga Shareef, popularly known as Adhai-din-ka-jhopda. I had heard of it by chance. But I too might have passed it by, when I finally ...Deccan Herald, 1 day ago
I ndia. Eight million square kilometres, packed with more than 1.2 billion people. The ever-mushrooming driving force of the subcontinent houses more human beings than North, Central and South America combined. In a Middle Eastern context, there are ...Abu Dhabi National, 1 month ago
A 2005 photograph of Gordon E Moore While chips have become ubiquitous, Moore’s Law has remained a self-fulfilling prophecy even half a century later. Not bad for an industry where the time scale is not measured in decades and centuries, but in annual quarters, says Shivanand Kanavi. ‘The complexity [of integrated circuits] for minimum costs has increased at a rate of roughly a factor of two per year. -- Gordon E Moore, Electronics, VOL 38, NO 8, 1965 This year ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
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