Tuesday, October 28, 2003

Happy holy month of Ramzan to every one.

BTW, has any one thought of commonalities between IT and Literature. Oracle e-business magazine Profit in August 2003 issue has published a story entitled ‘The Tale of the Promiscuous Software Application’ drawing technological lessons from ancient philosophers and literary classics to contemporary literature. The writer Katheryn Potterf, Senior editor for Oracle Publishing, PhD in Comparative Literature, starts with Chinese philosopher Zhuang Zi (circa fourth century BC) and comes down to Madam Bovary fame French writer Gustave Flaubert.

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