Monthly Archives: June 2011

12 Handcarry Essentials When Flying

Here I am sitting in the boarding lounge in transit, and now remember all the things that I have forgotten to bring. This is also the perfect time to make a list of things to bring in my backpack, for … Continue reading

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Transforming Guest Experience through Technology

Not so long ago, clean bed linen was enough to keep a hotel guest satisfied, but technology services have become the new luxury standard in order to attract a new breed of discriminating consumers who can search, compare prices, check … Continue reading

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Anytime, Anywhere…Mobile Computing Services

“Out in the woods Or in the city It’s all the same to me When I’m drivin’ free, the world’s my home When I’m mobile.” ~ The Who Mobile computing has evolved as a result of shrinking portables and growing … Continue reading

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Bespoke Business Technology Planning

Take advantage of technology to outperform competitors and achieve efficient business growth. If you fail to plan, you plan to fail! As Stephen Covey has said ‘Start with the end in mind…’ Technology changes so fast!  What’s hot today is … Continue reading

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‘Doing what I love…’ Chef Gilles Marx, French CulinaryMaster

Chef Gilles Marx, Amuz Chef Gilles in conversation with Poonam Sagar Chef Gilles Marx is the best French culinary expert in Jakarta. It was a pleasure to meet him at his restaurant Amuz, a classic and contemporary French restaurant. We … Continue reading

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Your Car = Mobile Office – Mobile Computing to Maximize Productivity

The idea for movie ‘The Lincoln Lawyer’ must have been inspired by Jakarta traffic jams. There are days when I spend more time in the car than at the office. Let’s face it, everyone hates being stuck in traffic, BUT … Continue reading

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Finding My Way through Digital Chaos

My computer’s hard disks fill up faster than my cupboards and currently I have only 2 GB of free space on my primary hard drive. I have data everywhere! Seriously… it’s rather scary. You know exactly what I am talking … Continue reading

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‘ One Lifetime is Not Enough..’ Shubra Guha in Jakarta

Shubra Guha Performance in Jakarta – Gandhaar Shubra Guha in Jakarta Vidushi Shubra Guha, one of the foremost female vocalists in India was recently in Jakarta and I had the opportunity to do a short interview with her. Subhraji possesses … Continue reading

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God’s Own Country – Kerala

If Bali is the island of Gods, Kerala is God’s own country. Nestled between the Arabian Sea and the Western Ghats, Kerala is one of India’s most beautiful states, with secluded beaches, palm-fringed waterways, mist-clad hill stations, lush tropical forests, … Continue reading

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Statues Around Jakarta

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