I have been away for a long time, from June 5th to be exact. A lot has been happening in my life. That post must the only one I ever did while I was working where I was. Yaani, in my four month’s foray into the Financial Services Industry, I only did one post. The experience itself was much more thatn that. To be precise, it would fill the whole KBW Aggregator for days or better still, in American fashion, a good book on how not to run a bank. Hey, come to think of it, a book like Save bank XYZ Now! would find quite a few readers, wont it? I am not saying which, or why I left so soon unless you really armtwist me into it.
In blogging matters, my post What happened to Free Sms sites? of March 7th remains this blog’s most popular yet and most interesting. In fact, it has turned out to be some sort of discussion forum on free sms and other things unrelated. Check it out and see for yourself.
In some information that would not ordinarily get into your fold, I came across the site for RAWA (Revolutionary Association of the Women of Afghanistan) founded in “…in 1977 as an independent political/social organization of Afghan women fighting for human rights and for social justice in Afghanistan.” It’s founder Meena met her death 10 years later in what the site describes as “Her active social work and effective advocacy against the views of the fundamentalists and the puppet regime provoked the wrath of the Russians and the fundamentalist forces alike and she was assassinated by agents of KHAD (Afghanistan branch of KGB) and their fundamentalist accomplices in Quetta, Pakistan, on February 4,1987″
Speaking of which, I have been scouring the internet, like I always do and I will share with you all about my discoveries in later posts. In the mean time, you can trace the direction of my friend Jesse Masai’s campaign for the Cherangany seat and for justice and political change here.