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Vijayakrishna Griddaluru
Worked at Google
Attended University of Minnesota
Lives in San Jose, CA


Finally! నాయని కృష్ణకుమారిగారి కాశ్మీర దీపకళిక is live on the iBookstore!
Try searching for 'nayani' or 'kalika' in the iBooks app on your iPhone or iPad.

I published the book digitally but the entire proceeds go to a special account created by the author's family as they are planning to set up a scholarship/charity under her name.
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avunu Sai.."Srinagara yatra" ani undedi great narration!
"Take today’s cities. They are full of parked cars. I estimate that the average car is immobile 96 percent of its lifetime. This situation leads to a world full of underused cars and occupied parking spaces.

Self-driving cars will enable car sharing even in spread-out suburbs. A car will come to you just when you need it. And when you are done with it, the car will just drive away, so you won’t even have to look for parking."
"You can zoom in and out and pan across the plane to explore the function in more detail. You can also draw multiple functions by separating them with commas. This feature covers an extensive range of single variable functions including trigonometric, exponential, logarithmic and their compositions, and is available in modern browsers."
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Better late than never ! (wolframalpha already does it)
An interesting overview of the general principles of brain development and plasticity.
"If you’ve had 10,000 hours of training in a predictable, rapid-feedback environment — chess, firefighting, anesthesiology — then blink. In all other cases, think."
English Reader - Class V
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The first thing I did read the national anthem and pledge...last page is also interesting.
A very interesting set of articles.
"Black holes, regions of space where gravity is so intense that not even light can escape from it, are among the weirdest of the predictions of Albert Einstein’s curved-space theory of gravity, general relativity — so weird that Einstein himself did not believe it. He once wrote to a friend that there ought to be a law of nature forbidding such a thing."
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"Life would be very different without the work Dennis did singlehandedly in just a few months."
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It turns out that willpower is in your head.
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San Jose, CA
Sunnyvale, CA - Austin, TX - Minneapolis, MN - Warangal, India - Tirupati, India - Chittoor, India - Nellore, India
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Anders Breivik’s Inexplicable Crime

He killed seventy-seven people in peaceful, prosperous Norway. How could that happen?

London’s Most Mysterious Mansion

Ever since it was purchased by an offshore company, Witanhurst has been expanding—and nobody knows who owns it.

The Checklist - The New Yorker

The damage that the human body can survive these days is as awesome as it is horrible: crushing, burning, bombing, a burst blood vessel in t

Why Pi Matters - The New Yorker

Yes, Pi Day is again upon us. And not just any Pi Day. They’re calling this the Pi Day of the century: 3.14.15. Pi to five digits.

Cell Size and Scale

Meter, Centimeter, Millimeter, Micrometer, Nanometer, Angstrom, Picometer. 100 m, 10-2 m, 10-3 m, 10-6 m, 10-9 m, 10-10 m, 10-12 m. 1 m, 0.0

Sell Out: Part One - The New Yorker

I am not smart with words, but I work hard every day of my life. When I come on boat I have only shirt and pants. The food is not kosher and

Docker, a Software Start-Up, Sees a Future in Containers of Code

The start-up is in the forefront of a move to package applications much as shipping containers hold physical goods.

Stop Checking Email So Often

When it comes to visiting your inbox, less might be more.

Love of God

ON A SATURDAY AFTERNOON in late September, gaggles of hijab-clad women, many with young children in tow, swarmed outside the closed gates of

Children’s Holiday Letters to Satan

Each year, due mostly to minor misspellings and very poor penmanship, hundreds of children’s letters are sent to Satan, Dark Lord of the Und

Massacre in Peshawar - The New Yorker

The brutality of the terrorism was unprecedented even in Peshawar, where suicide attacks have been a constant for more than a decade.

What Is Fatigue? - The New Yorker

Physiologists have long believed that endurance comes from the body, but a recent subliminal-messaging study suggests that it may be a produ

The Business of Behavior Change Via Self-Punishment - The New Yorker

Studies have shown that people can change harmful behavior by committing to be punished if they fail. Can successful businesses be built on

A Unique View Of The Moon | Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter Camera

A huge payoff from the longevity of the LRO mission is the repeat coverage obtained by the LROC Wide Angle Camera (WAC). The WAC has a very

Midnight's Children

Selected by the Modern Library as one of the 100 best novels of all time Winner of the Booker of Bookers Saleem Sinai is born at the strok

Geek Sublime: The Beauty of Code, the Code of Beauty

The nonfiction debut from the author of the international bestseller Sacred Games about the surprising overlap between writing and computer

Chess for Android

Chess for Android consists of a chess engine and a GUI. The application accepts moves through the touch screen, trackball, or keyboard (e2e4

Good Times for Dollar Stores, Bad Times for Shoppers - The New Yorker

Dollar stores are doing more business not because the economy is improving but because low-income people aren’t seeing their financial situa