12 thoughts on “Happy New Year 2006

  1. Parvati Sunday January 1, 2006 / 9:49 pm

    A cute resolution!… And indeed a welcome one to your blog guests!


  2. Patel Monday January 2, 2006 / 9:06 am

    Happy New Year


  3. Ravi Monday January 2, 2006 / 11:15 am

    One of the best resolutions I’ve come across! Wishing you a year filled with health, wealth & happiness!


  4. kuffir Monday January 2, 2006 / 1:15 pm

    and a happy new year to you too !


  5. Pankaj Monday January 2, 2006 / 2:55 pm

    Wishing you a great new year Atanu. Your resolution is quite encouraging for us as well.


  6. Tim Monday January 2, 2006 / 6:03 pm

    Happy new year Atanu,

    I’ve recently begun reading your blog, and I like your libertarian ideas and economic prescriptions. How is the RISC implementation going? Any plans to go into politics?


  7. Pardeshi Monday January 2, 2006 / 11:38 pm

    Happy new year to you Atanu


  8. Vivek S Tuesday January 3, 2006 / 9:04 am

    Happy New Year !

    I wish you write for the non-Internet users also, in 2006 !!!

    – Vivek


  9. Shyamala Tuesday January 3, 2006 / 3:57 pm

    Wish you a bloggy good year!
    Keep rolling out the muses…they always rock:-)


  10. Ashish Tuesday January 3, 2006 / 9:47 pm

    Atanu – that’s exactly the only New Year resolution I have also taken (with a little twist, though). I really hope that I can come up with a few more personal New Year resolutions 🙂


  11. Jyoti Iyer Tuesday January 3, 2006 / 9:51 pm

    Is this the part where I pipe up and remind you about some stuff you promised to write about last year 😉

    Happy New Year to you too!



  12. chandrashekar Wednesday January 4, 2006 / 12:21 am

    Hi Atanu,

    Read this nice quote and wanted to share with you…
    Flowers don’t bloom any differently just because a new year has begun.Clouds move at the same pace whether it’s a new day or a new century.
    Yet for humans these convenient markers along the trail of life are quite convenient.We brood about what happened yesterday. We plan things for the next week.And with a new year, we feel our knapsack of time is replenished.Again What we missed doing last year we might be able to accomplish this time. And so the wheel turns. !!!

    Ultimately, it’s all relative. A story goes that a man prays to God.God appears and the man says, “Lord! Our billions of years are your one second. Our billions of dollars are merely a penny for you. Could you grant me a penny?” God smiles, says “Certainly! I will be back in a second,” and disappears.

    May your wishes be granted in the new year!


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