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Tuesday, March 18, 2008


I just might have received a compliment today.

We were working on a volume of facsimile texts which have basically been scanned/copied from old crumbling books, cleaned up and presented nicely as a new volume compliation and it's tedious work, getting rid of annoying pixel size dots while trying your best to not erase the dots off 'i's, the dashes off 't's and such.
I had successfully managed to pencil in a bit of missing text or two without making it look very obvious when my colleague W commented: "Well at least you know that if publishing doesn't work out for you, you can always become an art forger."

Brits! :)

W, thanks a ton... it's been great working with you... wish we could have gotten to know each other better though. And here's wishing you loads of luck with your new job and life forever on! I do hope we stay in touch :)

1 comment:

  1. Simply makes one wonder about categorising the comment, that whether it is optimistic or pessimistic!

    Hey Anya tell me one thing, are you never coming back to ‘Mera Bharat Mahan’? And what about your hornbill magazine?