I love feedback: +ve or -ve. I am serious about it: I have a special folder for compliments and critiques (though I tend to then consciously reject the former in accordance with father manu - “सम्मानाद्ब्राह्मणो नित्य- मुद्विजेत विषादिव । अमृतस्येव चाकाङ्क्षे- दवमानस्य सर्वदा ।।”). So, don’t hesitate!
For future reference:[firstName]= vishvas,[lastName]= vasuki
Saying my name: vish-vaas vaa-suki. 信.
You can send me an anon message here.
- [firstName].[lastName]ATT gmail.com
You can verify my messages by using:
- zoom.us (Highly recommended for screen sharing and professional video conferencing)
I don’t like the below but rarely use them:
I very rarely (almost never) use instant messengers.
- Google talk, yahoo, skype:first name [dot] last name.
Professional and Social Networking websites:
In case we know each other, you may keep track of me (and discuss common interests) on these sites:
- LinkedIn(Rarely used).
Phone +९१ ९५९१२६८५०६
(In USA): …
For use in case of emergencies:
- Do not resuscitate.
- Contact family and remind them of my death/ disability plan.
- If dead:
- Donate eyes and any viable organs.
- Donate body to medical school for dissection training. If that is not possible, incinerate.
‘vAsuki’ is not a ‘family name’; it is apatronymicwhich comes from the name of my father: ವಾಸುಕಿ ಕಡಬ ರಙ್ಗರಾಜ ಅಯ್ಯಙ್ಗಾರ್. (My family name would actually be ‘अय्यङ्गार्’.) So, I prefer to be called: vishvAs. (Note that I useOPTITRANSto encode hindu sounds in latin alphabet.)
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This info is useful in case of moving website location.
I like to practice my sometimes questionable language skills (संस्कृत-भाषा, ಕನ್ನಡ, हिन्दी, ಹೆಬ್ಬಾರ್ ತಮಿಳ್) on others. I try to speak Indian languages with Indians (an aptly moderated “न वदेद्यावनीं भाषां प्राणैः कण्ठगतैरपि”). Incidentally, you can practice conversational संस्कृत-भाषा in many places around the world, includingAustinand the SF Bay area (visit1and 2), thanks toसंस्कृत-भारती!