The Amazon Kindle mobile reading device comes with their NowNow service included, where you can ask any question you like and you get a response from a paid human researcher. I asked a question and got the unexpected answer below. I do believe this was an honest mistake by a researcher trying to be helpful.… Continue reading Amazon NowNow Gave Me This Answer on Where To Learn Spanish
Category: Personal Life
Posts for my family, friends and others interested related to my life and those close to me.
Happy New Year 2007! Highlights from December/January
The closing of 2006 and beginning of 2007 has been exciting. I’d like to share some highlights from December/January: In Paris: I celebrated New Years’; spent a memorable week; photographed hundreds of beautiful moments; learned some French; practiced Spanish; made new friends and relaxed on the train to London. http://photos.rajiv.com/2006 In the USA: The Newspaper… Continue reading Happy New Year 2007! Highlights from December/January
Friends and family: I have been doing a lot of photography recently and regularly posting it on photos.rajiv.com. It includes pictures of many of my travels.
Snow and Ice in Atlanta
When I moved to Atlanta, GA, I didn’t realize I’d get photo opportunities featuring snow and ice in the city known as Hotlanta. It only snows on one or two days per year here. Almost all my neighbors were staying cozy indoors. I headed out with my camera and took photographs, including some of leaves,… Continue reading Snow and Ice in Atlanta
Currently in the Philadelphia area
I’m currently based in the Philadelphia area, working on my company. It is good to spend time at home with my brother and friends. (Just an FYI for my family and friends.)
Can you hear me now? Good
November 24th was the day I got the freedom to switch my phone service from AT&T Wireless back to Verizon Wireless and this time without changing my number. (I had been a happy Verizon customer in the past and had gone to AT&T for their lower rates.) Verizon’s mobile phone network in the U.S. has… Continue reading Can you hear me now? Good
After almost a decade of living in this wonderful country, I am proud to be a U.S. Citizen on November 19, 2003. For this important day, I would like to thank everyone who had a role in my life. Thank you for caring, for your friendships and your love. I am grateful for your guidance,… Continue reading Citizen Rajiv
With land and air covered, now for the water
Hang gliding over beautiful mountains and the beach was great fun, so with land and air covered, I needed to learn to swim. I’m one of those few adults who didn’t learn swimming as a child. So now I’m taking swimming classes at a local YMCA. Speaking of land water reminds of one my favorite… Continue reading With land and air covered, now for the water
Visit to Philly for Vik’s Graduation
My younger brother Vik graduated from Villanova University with a double major in Management Information Systems and Finance. Here are some photos from my weekend trip to the Philly area.
As a Change from Corporate Travel and Expensive Personal Vacations, Consider Backpacking
I love to experience contrasts during my travels. Traveling first-class and staying in luxurious hotels is a pleasure indeed, but tourism on a shoestring can be a rewarding experience too. (From ABCNEWS) At age 29, looking at what lay beyond his third decade, Lars Berg knew things weren’t quite right. The San Francisco software product… Continue reading As a Change from Corporate Travel and Expensive Personal Vacations, Consider Backpacking
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