on lazy gmail, and my pet peeve…

*gasp*

You see a double post for Diwali 06? That’s entirely gmail’s fault. I had sent the latter one with no image via email, and decided I’d just attach the photobucket link once it’s loaded onto blogspot. So I mail it out, come back after lunch,. and see it ain’t there! So, I decide to login, and create a new post and pasted the whole ‘diwali – then and now’ into the dashboard, added the picture link, and went off home happy that the deed has been done. Login this morning to see a double post?!

argh, gmail is slow, that’s sorta not happened before, definitely not for its own…. right?

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Am bugged that despite me correcting the spelling of “deepavali” in telugu, the admin, the president, still choose to continue to call it “dHHeepavali” – call me picky, but I expect a little more authenticity from an Association that bases itself on the fact that they are Telugus and are tom-toming their culture or rather the lack of it into the 21st century. I am gonna have a word tonight with the President!
If I, trust me I can correct their telugu, their system is completely screwed up.

Pardon my French, these tiny things upset me.

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Ive cooked so much, i hardly feel like tasting any. :( Downside of cooking in large quantities.. you are so sick of it, you don’t want to look at food for the next 24 hours.

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I am mailing in this post at 2.00 pm Saturday afternoon – Oct 21st. EST. Maybe gmail is still lethargic, or is back uppity up,  who knows?

Blogrolling is definitely out of its mind.

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10 thoughts on “on lazy gmail, and my pet peeve…

  1. It could be blogger, you know? (posted a comment that’s yet to show up)

    And no, no sparklers – but I did go climbing again (see my blog!) and had some good Indian food.

  2. It is unforgivable for an organization that wants to spread Telugu culture to misspell dIpAvaLi. I think it is one of the most misspelled festivals. It actually irks me when some Indian cultures have no respect for Sanskrit spelling.

    I realized two things from your post. 1. You are in DC. 2. You cook. 3. You feed people. Information I could make use of when I am in the DC area ;)

  3. i go the login to blogspot and do my stuff route. anyways i am not that tech savvy. that i am doing so much on the net is in itself a surprise to M

  4. metlin. – climbing:metlin :: fireworks:me :))
    *don’t ask*

    dna – haha, sure, no secret there!
    You are more than welcome except that I have to mention my all-time fav quote – “thinevalla adrushtam” – It’s the luck of the draw on how your tastebuds may [or many not] enjoy my culinary skills ;-))

    appu – nowadays it’s just plain easy to do anything on the net. It’s all good. :)

  5. I totally relate to that ‘cooking too much resulting in that not wanting to eat all that stuff’ feeling. Sometimes I think that the best way to lose weight for me would be to keep cooking the whole day! :)

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