Wednesday, January 04, 2006

Google's tribute to Mr.Braille!

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Click here to see more of Google's tributes and commemorations.

11 comments:

alpha said...

yeah, that is pretty cool I thought. I checked it the first thing in the morning.

felt like the great Anti shud have one comment at least.

Next are you going to give us weather updates too?

ps- the spammers have stopped. I can vouch for it. Stop this 'word verification' nonsense.

anantha said...

Alpha: Thank you SO MUCH! Taking time off from your busy schedule to make sure I feel better! ;)

Sudipta Chatterjee said...

Bug how come the two 'G'-s are different? Is it uppercase and lowercase?

anantha said...

Sudipta: No idea dude.. I'm still trying to figure out what those characters next to the elevator buttons, are.. :)

Praveen said...

hey happy new year! :)

indha new year-laenthu peter reduce pannikonga :D

anantha said...

Braveen: Thanx.. wish you the same :) Peter? who me?
I can talk English, I can walk English, and I can laugh English because English is a very phunny language. Bhairo becomes Byron because their minds are very narrow. In the year 1929 when India was playing Australia at the Melbourne stadium Vijay Hazare and Vijay Merchant were at the crease. Vijay Merchant told Vijay Hazare. look Vijay Hazare Sir , this is a very prestigious match and we must consider it very prestigiously. We must take this into consideration, the consideration that this is an important match and ultimately this consideration must end in a run. Howwizzit?

alpha said...

lol @ elevator buttons.. take back the lol @ last comment..what the heck..thalaivar shud copyright his statements.

anantha said...

Alpha: I am not sure this is the Thalaivar line... actually this is from Namak Halal, another thalaivar, nevertheless...

alpha said...

also from velai (or walai/waylie) karan.

Rajesh said...

have you seen google's tamil site. use the co.in domain.

anantha said...

Alpha: You certainly know your Thalaivar movies :D Well, that is from Velaikaaran. I know that. But refer to the "Bhairon becomes Byron" line, which is why i said this might not be the exact thalaivar line.

Rajesh: Will do. :)