Monthly Archives: November 2010

A runner’s mind

The inspiration for this post came from Alastair Baxter’s blog where he describes in brilliant detail what goes inside the head of a rugby player during the game. Here’s a recollection of what went through my head at different points during the Half Marathon. Starting Point: Slow and steady – should stick to my strategy […]

Learnings from the second Half Marathon

Post the euphoria of finishing my first half marathon, I had written a note on Facebook about 10 things I learnt from my first Half Marathon. As I finished my second HM of the year yesterday, some of the learnings seem very relevant while others a little amatuer-ish. So here’s another list – this is […]

Letter to organizers of Airtel Delhi Half Marathon

Dear ADHM Organizers, In the context of long distance race organization, you have a lot going right for you with Delhi. In November, Delhi is in the ‘pink’ of winter – it’s chilly without being freezing cold, breezy without being windy; in short, the perfect weather to organize a half marathon! Then you have the […]

All Along The Watchtower

Bob Dylan is one of my favourite songwriters – for someone who has written 458 songs, Dylan’s poetry is outstanding: a new layer of interpretation unfolding everytime you listen to the song. Be it the simple ‘Blowin’ in the Wind’ to the hugely complex ‘Tambourine Man’ (the YouTube video of the Dylan version is mighty […]

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So the domain name is registered – WordPress installed and it’s time to start posting. I still don’t have a clue what the end goal of this website it but I am going to go by Paul Graham’s advice and stay upwind – maximise my options and see which ones I am going to take later on. […]