On Saturday 31 December 2005 01:34, Dinesh Joshi wrote:
On Friday 30 December 2005 13:09, Dinesh Shah wrote:
> There is not point in cribbing and crying. Remember, Those who
> had succeed also had the same conditions that you are complaining
> of. In spite of all the odds they created a success.
Snip chop hack cut tear rip etc.
I am not living in the past at all (and infact sometimes wonder wether
a faster change will actually be benefical given the fact that vast
swathes of our population can barely afford a square meal). Just want
to point out the absolute value of freedom as compared to relative
values of usability, performance etc. Also my point abt superhuman
capabilities. Hats off to those who succeedd in building world class
companies (N. Murthy) as opposed to those who just manipulated the
system (Reliance?) or lived because of protection (ECIL, Bel, BHEL).
Very luckily we did have relatively much greater freedom than the
soviets and chinese, which is why many good techies are able to do
well now (unlike the soviet techies selling watermelons or working
for the mafia).