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Metis Talent Management brand new website goes live

Last fortnight was a joy, as we came to the launch of Metis Talent Management's website. Metis is a Singapore based organisation that advises clients on Talent Management with a primary focus on Talent Development and Organisation Design. Best wishes to team Metis!

The other great thing is how folks at Metis approached this by going in for a full overhaul, including getting a new logo and brand colours. Do leave your comments on what you feel about the website and the logo!!

More is not always better

This is my 100th post. It has taken me 2 years to reach to this milestone. I started blogging as an item to satisfy my curiosity (Let me be honest -my mean interest was to get a Gmail account - I had heard they were offering Gmail accounts to select bloggers with 1 GM space. My hope was to be one of them. I did not get a Gmail account this way but got sort of fascinated by this media). And by the way another blogger obliged me by sending a Gmail invite.

Interestingly, this is not my first experiment with web content.Way back in 1999 I had created a website which though not updated since 2000, to my utter surprise, still exists and can be accessed. I don't have the password to the update the contents to have to let it R.I.P.

In two years of blogging, my blogposts have wandered from what's happening in Chennai (the city I live in), business books that I liked, to marketing, and even an occasional bit of technology. The posts that have got me the highest visitor response have been those on former President of India, yes you guessed it, Dr A.P.J Kalam. Those on cricket have caused good number of foot falls too. Of late I have attempted humour too. In short the only 'unifying theme' I could think of describing my blog as having is variety.

When I started blogging, I had the easy choice of taking the route that several others have taken, that is, to start reacting to daily happenings with three to four posts per day- or wait for something to really provoke me into writing. I choose the later, trying to balance time from work, a kid daughter who really needs my time, and my wife, who is a PhD researcher in Biotechnology and a perfectionist. Hence the title of this post- More is not always beautiful.

My blogging journey continues unabated and I thank all readers for bearing with my shameless, opinionated views! I shall carry on, with your due permission!!


Comments

sirpy said…
Congrats..!! And keep blogging.. :)
Sara said…
Thanks to Shashi being head-and-nose-down into her research, that she doesn't mind you squandering time in these pursuits.All credit is to her -hail women!!
Rajesh Kumar said…
@Sirpy: Thanks, sure I will.
@Sara: Lady power -credits always go to the ladies, it is only the debits that come to gents. Don't trust me? Look at my credit card bill!

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