After a restful night we rose early to finish our breakfast and head on our way to Masai Mara via lake Naivasha. It was getting harder to bid goodbye to each new place but did that knowing we were going to spend the next three nights in the luxurious Governor’s Il Moran camp in Masai… Continue reading Kenya safari Day six – 15th August – Nakuru to Masai Mara National Reserve (350 km; 7 hours)
It was another morning and another place to bid good bye to. After breakfast we bid farewell to our fantastic hosts – Benjamin and his team and started on our long 7+ hour trip to Nakuru. On our way through Samburu we saw a few animals and birds we had seen before. On our way… Continue reading Kenya safari Day five – 14th August – Samburu to lake Nakuru National Park (330 km – 7.5 hours)
Some of us decided to take the early morning safari at 6:30 and we were richly rewarded for it. We saw a male lion walking around through the brush. Followed it for a while before losing it in the bushes. Soon after that we were rewarded by spotting a leopard we were able to follow… Continue reading Kenya safari Day four – 13th August – Samburu National Park
After our breakfast in the Ol Pajeta house we bid farewell to the staff and headed north to Samburu. That morning Murthy was surprised at seeing a couple hadada ibises in the back lawn of the lodge. I managed to get a couple good photos. Later Prasanna spotted a warthog running across the lawn. Sundar… Continue reading Kenya safari Day three – 12th August – Ol Pejeta to Samburu National Park (150 km; 3 hours)
Realized how beautiful the Mayfair hotel was when we got ready and headed for the breakfast at the restaurant by the pool. Reminded us of the hotel in Iguacu combined with some five star hotels from India. After a sumptuous breakfast we hit the road to Nanyuki. It took us little over two hours to… Continue reading Kenya safari Day two – 11th August – Nairobi to Ol Pejeta Ranch, Nanyuki (200 KM; 2.5 hours)
At WiserCare, my team builds a Shared Decision Making (SDM) platform and Decision Modules that sit on top of the platform to support a variety of conditions across Urology, Women’s Health, Orthopedics, Advanced Care Planning, Cancers, etc. This combination of the SDM platform and decision modules is designed to help Physicians and their patients make… Continue reading Shared Decision Making is very personal!!
I offer thanks and gratitude to my friends and family and I am very grateful to a life that allows me to sit in relative peace typing this message. I am painfully aware that a significant number of my brothers and sisters around the globe don’t quite have that sense of security or safety. Their needs… Continue reading Thanksgiving Pledge
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Amazing possibilities with this $25 computer. Imagine all these devices communicating with each other and other devices. What a challenge on our hands!!
RT @tedtalks Today’s #TED: Bono shares shockingly good news on the state of extreme poverty. No really, there is good news. http://on.ted.com/BonoNews
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It all started when someone posted a job description for a developer in the Seattle Tech Jobs mailing list. They injected what appeared like an innocent requirement “a degree in computer science or equivalent from a top 20 school.” Innocent enough? Well, not quite!! It clearly triggered some raw nerves because obviously no one can… Continue reading Diamond in the rough!!