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Month: August 2009

Sri Lankan Cabinet

The Cabinet of Sri Lanka is as follows: Hon. Ratnasiri Wickremanayake – Prime Minister & Minister of Internal AdministrationHon. Milinda Moragoda – Minister of Justice and Law ReformsHon. Dr. Sarath Amunugama – Minister of Public Administration and Home AffairsHon. Dinesh Gunawardena – Minister of Urban Development and Sacred Area DevelopmentHon. Arumugan Thondaman – Minister of Youth Empowerment & Socio Economic DevelopmentHon. Mahinda Samarasinghe – Minister of Disaster Management and Human RightsHon. Douglas Devananda – Minister of Social Services and Social WelfareHon. Nimal Siripala De Silva – Minister of Healthcare and NutritionHon. Mahinda Yapa Abeywardena – Minister of Cultural AffairsHon. Champika…

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Kings of Leon – Closer

Stranded in this spooky town Stoplight is swaying and the phone lines are down Snow is crackling cold She took my heart, I think she took my soul With the moon I run Far from the carnage of the fiery sun Driven by the strangle of vein Showing no mercy I’d do it again Open up your eyes You keep on crying Baby I’ll bleed you dry Skies are blinking at me I see a storm bubbling up from the sea And it’s coming closer And it’s coming closer You shimmy-shook my boat Leaving me stranded all in love on…

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My Response to Andrew Scott on Customer Service

This is my response to customer service post written by Andrew Scott, CEO of Rummble, mentor of Tech Mission London 09 and alum of Webmission08 Hey Andrew, interesting thought provoking article. What most of us would love to hear is how you scale Rummble’s own customer service. At http://edocr.com, most queries comes through “contact us”. We also use Twitter heavily, experimented with UserVoice and restarted using GetSatisfaction. Our FAQs are incomplete and we do not have a forum at present. There is a further distinction that need due attention. I assume this is true with most tech companies. Our queries…

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Response to TechCrunch article on Scribd

Below is my response to comments posted against above blog post I am struggling to understand why people seems to be against Scribd so much. Given Scribd’s popularity, I can only assume these comments are from the minority. Scribd opened the document publishing, distribution and interactivity market, and for that reason alone, we should all be thanking them. No one is forcing anyone to use Scribd. We all have the choice to use or not to use. The level of criticism here is uncalled for. They have used various tactics to gain the level of success they are demonstrating today.…

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