Shred PillaiDateline: Huffington Post and Technorati Blogger
First Published: May 21, 2011 / Last Published: Jun 10, 2013
After graduating in Mechanical Engineering and spinning a rewarding career spanning from mining to metal cans in the steel Industry, Shred Pillai loves to look at softer aspects of life around us. He likes to look at the world through the swinging needle of a balance rather than the cross hairs of a rifle. GOD's own country, the idyllic southern part of India from where he hails, marvellous France and wonderful British Isles where he lives and works, the US and Canada which he admires are all on his sight of vision. Shred is a regular writer for Technorati and Huffington Post and has his own Blog Lasting Rose in which he covers subjects closer to his heart.
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July 30, 2012
London Olympics 2012, the Night Danny Boyle and the British made Rest of the World Feel Cheated and Green Eyed.
Yet it will be almost impossible to better what was seen on the night of the 2012 Olympics opening night in London in the imaginable future, because Danny Boyle has already pulled out the best of everything. Whether you like it or not the British have done it again. No point being jealous about it.
July 25, 2012
Will the Indomitable British Spirit Still Save the London Olympics From a Fiasco?
Yet judging from the sparse and lukewarm and evennegative coverage of the much expected event and its preparations during the week before the event in the media, the London Olympics seems to inspire no one, even the British. With the proposed strike of the border security and London trains Is it heading towards the greatest fiasco of the new century?in Olympics
July 23, 2012
Can the London Olympics be More Fun with a Romantic Kiss Cam?
All of a sudden, the Kiss Cam has become the best idea to come out of the United States since Coca Cola. Bysealing with a kiss for the first lady on the Kiss Cam in Washington D.C., President Obama has finally approved it for release to the world.
July 17, 2012
Why The British Pubs Can Offer a More Romantic Experience Than the Olympics 2012 Games
In a land where Pubs are as much used as landmarks while giving directions as churches, they are part of the daily life without which life will seem almost impossible. But for visitors to Olympics 2012 games a visit to a old countryside pub can offer an experience they may not forget in life.in Olympics
July 16, 2012
Who Needs Tony Blair for British PM Any Way?
Tony Blair may never be elected again to become the leader and the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, but with Hollande of France, Merkel of Germany, and Obama of the United States, who are going to lead the world in this decade, there will be a gaping hole in the British chair around the table.
July 9, 2012
Was Satyendranath Bose Merely Lucky to Have the Bosons Named After Him?
But that is not why Bose will be remembered. His name will stand out because, if greatness is to be judged by the contribution to the advancement of scientific knowledge, Satyendranath Bose is undoubtedly, the greatest scientists India has produced in recent times.in Technology
July 1, 2012
Does Obamacare Make Americans Third World Citizens?
That is the take away from the recent Obamacare judgement by the U.S. Supreme court, the dissent and the ensuing political battle cries, all of which have brought the U.S politics and the legal system to world focus, with some disbelief. Hey, is this the America everyone looks up to?
June 25, 2012
6 Reasons Why Mamta Banerjee of India Will Support Pranab Mukherjee For President
Why is then the vote of Mamta, who has so far opposed Pranab Mukherjee, a fellow Bengalee, is important to the UPA and why she will eventually support his Presidency? There are plenty of reasons.
June 18, 2012
Is Anyone Missing Muammar Gaddafi? Watch Mamta Banerjee!
Like a school girl pulled up by the Head for throwing wild tantrums, Mamta Banerjee is sulking and has taken her woes to Facebook, of all places. If you miss watching the hysterics of Gaddafi or if you are bored with the damp dander politics of Romney, last week’s TV drama of Mamta Banerjee, over the Indian Presidential election, might have been a good diversion. Besides, it could be important for the interests of the U.S.A!
June 15, 2012
How Long Before You Will Scoop.it Instead of Google It?
It is really about how the cyber world is changing and shaping the needs and expectations which have evolved beyond mere key word search and how services like Scoop.it will meet those because Google won’t. Pretty soon the question will be “have you scooped it?” rather than “Have you Googled it?”in Social Media