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The BOSE Quietcomfort 15 – a quick review

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This is one of the best headphones reviewed over the Internet. I personally visited the BOSE stores to gauge the effectiveness and it is a blessing for frequent travelers!

Some pictures of my BOSE QC 15 are below. I would post a detailed review shortly on my personal experiences with this gadget over next few months. Yes at Rs. 17.5K it does not come cheap but then BOSE quality is well renowned. I would have gone in for a BOSE home entertainment system itself 6 months ago itself but my reviews favored ONKYO and I am not disappointed with the quality of my ONKYO home theater so far. It’s a boon for my family who can now watch a High Def movie right from the comforts of their living room and of course for me too!


Written by Naveen Athresh

July 3, 2010 at 12:15 pm

Posted in Aviation, Gadgets

Another delay in the Devanahalli International airport opening!

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It looks like even without a formal Government, the administration in Karnataka is equally laggard when it comes to taking quick decisions.

This airport project has again been delayed by another 1-month (the earlier date given was end of March 2008). Moreover, there has been enough hue and cry on whether to keep the HAL airport catering to needs of domestic travel since the Devanahalli International airport is not yet well connected from the city center with the typical delays that are entrenced in any Indian social sector project. Read the rest of this entry »

Blogging guidelines – my two cents

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What are the important factors one needs to consider before one begins to blog:

1. First, get over this obsession of Google adsense. 99/100 bloggers I meet first think of making a quick buck on adsense rather than focus on quality of their blogs and its relevance towards the topic(s) chosen! This is really very disturbing statistics. Read the rest of this entry »

The economics of the Airbus A380

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The Airbus A380 is the largest aircraft to take to the skies for passenger traffic. It can carry almost 550+ passengers and has a maximum range of 15000 kms crusing at a speed of Mach 0.85.

It is the world’s first double decker aircraft and is powered by four Rolls Royce Trent engines.

Given all this, let us take a sneak peek into the economics of running this mammoth piece of machinery in the skies and yet keep the parent company i.e. Airbus profitable. Read the rest of this entry »

Written by Naveen Athresh

May 7, 2007 at 10:25 pm