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An Opportunity to showcase your creative work !

Our next issue will be in May 2011. If you would like to submit your stories, poems, experiences, humor, photos or artwork you are most welcome! Your submission must reach us before 10th May 2011. The prompts or theme for the next edition are:

  • "Color"
  • "Renewal"

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The submission must be original and must not violate any existing copyrights. The submission can be in English or Tamil/Hindi or Tamil/Hindi-English. Keep in mind that you are addressing a world wide audience while creating your submissions. There is no constraint on age or location or profile. The submission must be interesting and relevant for that month's theme. Send your creation in an electronic format to the following email id: Selected submissions will be published in the future issues. Good luck!

Sob, Sob ... Guess, what you have lost!

Reports say that Japanese, the inventors of Haiku form of poetry, were able to create interesting Haikus to replace the impersonal computer error messages - especially Microsoft’s errors. Here are few scenarios which you would have experienced and would appreciate the error messages in Haiku form instead of the original form.

Scenario: You start your computer and startled to discover that you lost all your data.
Replacement Error message in Haiku form:
Three things are certain:
Death, taxes and lost data.
Guess which has occurred.

Sob! Sob! (This line is not part of the Haiku)

Watch the Video: Don't Quit Poem ...

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