May 30, 2012

Facebook founder's favorite quotes

Mark Zuckerberg
Mark Zuckerberg, co-founder of Facebook

Mark Zuckerberg, co-founder of Facebook, is the one of the youngest richest man in this world. In his Facebook profile, he has mentioned the following quotes...

"Fortune favors the bold."

"All children are artists. The problem is how to remain an artist once you grow up."

"Make things as simple as possible but no simpler."

Mark Zuckerberg
Mark Zuckerberg

Have you mentioned your favorite quotes in Facebook? What is yours favorite quote? If you not yet mention, please go and update it.

May 29, 2012

Muruganantham says to poor women, "Have a Happy Period"


Muruganantham has invented low cost sanitary napkin machine. His invention is not an ordinary one. His machine cost is less than one lakh whereas the existing machine cost is more than 3 crore. He has received the best innovation award from our president, Prathibha Patil.

Muruganantham's machine produces alternative to Stayfree, Whisper, Kotex and etc. His machine used in around 20 states in India and more than 5 countries in worldwide.

Muruganantham receives best innovation award

Muruganantham did not complete his schooling. He was school dropout. But he delivered guest lecture in Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) and Indian Institute of Management (IIM).

Muruganantham is living in Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu. His company name is 'Jayaashree Industries.' His company website address:

Muruganantham's speech is available in both English and Tamil on YouTube
English Speech
Tamil Speech
In his speech, he has said that, "During my research days, people including my mother, wife and sisters thought that I am mental. I received divorce notice from my wife."

Muruganantham does not sell his machine to everyone. He sells only to women Self Help Group (SHG). He allows SHG to manufacture napkin and he ensure napkins are available for poor women.

Muruganantham's machine says to poor women, "Have a Happy Period."

May 27, 2012

One thing we should learn from my friend, Rajesh

One thing we should learn from Rajesh

Rajesh is one of my best friend. He is from Namakkal. I met him on 2004. We were classmate in MCA and in classroom we were benchmate too. Our friends used call him as 'Kutty Rajesh.' In our batch there are two Rajesh. He is short in height. So they used call him as 'Kutty Rajesh.'

At present, Rajesh is working in Bangalore as a Software Engineer. Rajesh used to meet me at least six months once. Recently, he came to Coimbatore.

Rajesh brought three things to my home. They are...
  1. T-Shirts
  2. Fruit and Sweet
  3. Magazines
Rajesh brought T-Shirt, Sweet and Book

Actually, Rajesh brought two shirts. One is in Medium size and another one in Large size. He told that you can take any one T-shirt or both. At the end I took both. The medium sized T-shirt is in white color (I am wearing in the above picture) and this is my favorite one. I yet to wear the second T-shirt. It's in hanger.

Fruit and Sweet

Rajesh bought Lion dates, Milka Wonder Cake and Britannia Rusk. We already ate both cake and dates. But, the rusk is still in our cupboard.

Reader's digest

Rajesh brought three magazines (One English and Two Tamil). They are...
  1. Reader's Digest
  2. Puthiya Thalaimurai
  3. Aval Vikatan
In fact, I already bought Aval Vikatan for my wife. Therefore, I suggested Rajesh to take into his home. Today, I read few articles from Reader's Digest.

Last month I went to my cousin's home. I bought sweets for them. But I did not buy anything to read. Now I feel that I should follow Rajesh and buy book whenever I will go to relatives home.

I suggest you to follow my friend, Rajesh. Book is the best gift you can present to anybody.