August 26, 2005

-versary

Just realized ... Ditto, for me. Today August 26.

16 comments:

Vikrum said...

Dilip,

Happy one-year blog anniversary. As our friend would say, "Your blog anniversary shows one thing crystal clearly: taxation is wrong, the government is bad, privatization is good, and taxes are bad." Or something along those lines.

Anand said...

Great! In recent months, not a single day has passed without discussing your blog posts either at home (with R) or at work (with another R).

Wish you a lot more blogging. Same time, wish you find less of what you mostly write about in your future visits all over India.

Charu said...

great! wishing more of these happy -versaries and aptitude tests...

arzan said...

great going...more strength to your fingers and keyboard in the years to come..."Blogte raho"

Abi said...

Congrats, Dilip. Wish you many, many happy returns of this '-versary'.

uma said...

yay! happy anniversary and more power to your blogging!

Tanuj said...

Congratulations, D! Keep on keeping on blogging!

Neela said...

D!

Congratulations! For me, its been an extraordinary year of learning a lot about a less visible India through your blog.

And of course, those lovely detours - Bombay Times, Science lessons, Joe Ely and the like.

Keep writing.

n!

Suhail said...

And a li'l greeting from distant Austin too!

OT:I went to a live music thing last weekend (good ol'e rock). It was awesome and Austin is really weird :) Will be back with more on it later.

chappan said...

Dilip
Thank you for your writing. One of the best blogs that I've had the privilidge of reading. Keep on blogging.
Sourin

Dilip D'Souza said...

Hey all of you, thanks! Didn't expect such a stroking of the old ego, but who am I kidding, I'm thrilled.

Anand, please say hi to both the home R and the work R. Suhail, I may never ever forgive you for saying Austin is weird ... then again, this is a -versary, and then again, maybe it is sort of weird...

Thanks again.

Rezwan said...

Congrats Dilip. Being one of your international readers I wish that more people read your wonderful writings.

As we are having less and less time to read books, and are prone to reading more blogs, professional writers/blogger like you can be a good recluse.

Michael Higgins said...

Happy blog birthday Dilip. The nice thing about the Indian blogosphere is that it is still small enough to know some great bloggers. I suppose that won't be true in a year or two.

Patrix said...

Congrats on your anniv. It is always a delight to read you although I may disagree with some of your viewpoints occassionally.

MadMan said...

I am your blog grandfather, Dilip. :)

(I'm sure you'll ask why.)

Dilip D'Souza said...

OK MadMan, I'll bite. Why?

Thanks Patrix and Mike: may I say I enjoy reading you guys too.