Posts Tagged ‘ outrage ’

An Unconditional Apology

February 9, 2015
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An Unconditional Apology

Tweet The flavor of the month in India these days is freedom of speech. Arnab Goswami doesn’t let his panelists speak. Nitish Kumar doesn’t want to let Jitan Ram Manjhi speak. Our PM apparently doesn’t let his ministers speak. My wife doesn’t let me speak. AIB has been in the news. I’ll have to be...
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I Want To be A South Indian

March 31, 2012
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I Want To be A South Indian

Tweet I returned home from work today feeling quite happy about Friday and the lack of traffic jams en-route. I then logged on to Twitter like all normal people do these days as soon as they reach home. People were discussing this article by some Aakar Patel. The guy was on top of Twitter trends...
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7 Stages of Twitter Outrage

March 12, 2011
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7 Stages of Twitter Outrage

Tweet Stage 1: Information This is when there are scattered reports of some calamity in a land far, far, away. A land far enough away for the twitterati to not be directly affected. People hunt around for news reports. Any available piece of information gets tweeted and retweeted, till panic sets in. Stage 2:...
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