Saru is how most of my friends call me and I am used to that for more than a decade. Born and brought up around Bangalore, I’ve spent my first 2 decades of my life in Hosur. I moved to Chennai for my graduation and have been moving places mostly Chennai, Bangalore, Hosur and Hyderabad. Now I am back at Hosur and shuttle to Bangalore almost every day for work. This blog is an attempt at expressing myself as a consumer of technology, and about self-help mostly. I would give it a good try to keep it at that, but once in awhile, you might find myself trying to venture into uncharted territories besides technologies.

These are tags that I think I would tag myself into! Inquisitive, conservative, idiotic(sometimes), adventurous, learner, procrastinator (trying hard to shake it off), Shambavi, Slim, Dark, Indian, Truth (that’s what I seek), Restless, Apple enthusiast, Inspired by Steve Jobs, Eccentric (like Einstein), Open Source technologies, Open web, Experimenting, Easy going, Cyclist. I am interested in Technology, cycling, WWW, Browsers, all things apple and ZEN.

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On the Edge is written in Markdown, published with WordPress, and hosted at Linode. An iPhone 6 plus, 15″ Retina MacBook Pro (late 2013 model) are used in the production and writing of this website.

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