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Jaswant Singh
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Thoughts on Phone Calls

An anti-phone-call sentiment has been spreading around G+ lately. I agree with all of it.

When I get a phone call, I think to myself as I'm answering it "Somebody better be on fire". If it's not an emergency/time-sensitive, then you are imposing. Always.

Some thoughts:

You can write me an instant message. I will get to it when it's convenient for me. You should never assume I am sitting at the edge of my seat waiting for a message from you, and can respond immediately/have a conversation. I'm always doing something, and nobody but me gets to decide how my day is spent. If I'm literally doing nothing, it's only because I've chosen to do nothing, and therefore want to continue doing nothing.

If you write me an instant message that tells me to call you, you should mention the subject, or at least the importance. If you do not, I will think someone has died or is severely injured, as these are generally the only cases where live conversation is the only appropriate way to deliver that sort of message.

If you call and leave a voicemail that tells me to call you without mentioning the subject, or minimally the importance, then I will assume someone has died or is severely injured. If you leave these kinds of voicemails, and nobody is dead or severely injured, then we probably shouldn't be friends.

Here is Koush's post about phone calls: http://goo.gl/S9ggi
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Volkswagen Floating Car Concept

The Volkswagen Hover Car is a pod-like zero-emissions vehicle that uses electromagnetic road networks to float above the road. The small Volkswagen has two seats and a joystick and, to demonstrate how the car would work, a Chinese couple appears to put the flying car to the test around the bustling streets of Chengdu. The two seem reluctant to climb aboard at first, but once they lift-off, they seem to enjoy all the attention the pod car gets.
More at : +Interesting Engineering
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