Archive for the “on reading” category

Should You Get a Kindle?

by gribi on May 29, 2013

Let’s go through a short checklist. Make a mental YES-note for every statement that applies to you: –  You read 2+ books per month –  Most of your reading is in English –  You travel often  –  You live in (…)

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My New Kindle Paperwhite

by gribi on May 8, 2013

My Kindle Paperwhite and I, we’re becoming friends. Hubby bought it for me about a month ago, and I was very excited about it, yet not quite ready to make the change. I’m weird like that – I like new gadgets, yet (…)

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Bookworm on Instagram

by gribi on April 18, 2013

Any of you fellow bookworms on Instagram? I’m quite hooked. I like how Instagram makes me realise that every moment is a treasure. Of course, that doesn’t mean that I have to take a picture of EVERY SINGLE MOMENT and (…)

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Is Reading a Value?

by gribi on April 10, 2013

What are my values? A few weeks back, I took some time to figure it out. I was just done with 7 Habits of Highly Effective People, by Stephen R. Covey, and that book prompted some self-evaluation. I looked at (…)

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A Library in Pictures

by gribi on April 3, 2013

The other week, my friend Anna and I did a photo session in the LCC Library.

Some Final Words on Leadership

by gribi on March 27, 2013

Why final words? Because I have shared these words with the students who attended the Leadership Development Program this academic year. Earlier today,  67 LDP students got their well-deserved Certificates, attesting that they have successfully completed either Stage I or (…)

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The Leadership Week

by gribi on March 25, 2013

This week I will be posting every day, on leadership and creativity. Here’s what to expect:

RSS Readers: Why, How, What?

by gribi on March 20, 2013

Be warned: I’ll be somewhat geeky today. If you’re reading this article, chances are you are doing quite a bit of reading online, and might even follow a number of blogs/people. So today I’ll introduce you to the RSS Reader (…)

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