Goa, October 2008.
Back in February, Flipkart surprised us all by bringing in the amazing Moto G to India. But wait a second, they had another ace up their sleeves. Now they are also selling the game-changing Moto X, albeit stocking just the 16GB variant so far.
If you haven’t yet bought the Moto G, and if your budget is around 25000, what excuse can you think of not to buy this one? Now I wish I hadn’t bought a Moto G myself.
Amidst news of Google selling off Motorola Mobility to Lenovo comes the long-awaited happy news for Indian consumers. Motorola’s second flagship smartphone right now (after the game-changing Moto X) has come to India! In style.
And I’m excited about it!!
A quad-core KitKat-ready phone from Motorola with a fantastic screen for under Rs. 15,000. What else can you ask for? Maybe these reviews will help you make a decision: AnandTech, TechRadar, Engadget, FoneArena.
I’ve just ordered mine from Flipkart.
Over these 20 years it had occupied a mythical place in my mind, supported by photographs of so many other photographers who presented the monument with their own vision.
When I visited it finally, I was already on a spree to chase symmetry in my photographs (this image is not cropped OR straightened), and decided to capture it at its simplest. Face to face.
My very first Taj Mahal image ladies & gentlemen.
This one is really a long-due update.
Prasad and I got together some time within the year going by to bring to life our almost-a-decade-old dream of starting a digital agency together.
And we named it 13 Llama Studio. Some day we will also write about why that name. But today it’s about our spanky new logo, which was designed by the awesome folks at Tan-Ta-Dan Design,
and our redesigned website at www.13llama.com.
We’ve been working on fantastic projects over this time, which has kept us busy from updating the website and from telling you all about this. Gradually we’ll update the portfolio there with the awesome clients we’ve been working with.