Tuesday, July 17, 2007

Forever Changes

Thats the name of a wonderful album of the 60s by a lesser known band, simply called 'Love'. I use the title to announce this change in the look of this blog. It has resulted from the feedback, I have been receiving from my readers. The last one appeared in my previous post by a 'Smiling Dolphin' and I decided that I cant go on troubling peoples eyes, specially those of a Smiling Dolphin.

Try listening to the album. If you find difficulties finding it, you can always come to me.

18 comments:

blaiq said...

Love the new look. Just yesterday as I was reading your Machiavelli post, I began to wonder if anyone else was having problems reading the text too.

~ smiling blaiq

Two With Nature said...

the new look is nice, but some how i don't place this as very 'meraj'.

i could be wrong, i haven't seen you in a few years now...

meraj said...

blaiq,
am glad it turned you into a smiling blaiq.

meraj said...

two with nature (i love this usage!),

i briefly touched upon the subject of transition of old 'meraj'. lets meet up soon, for you to figure out.

POOJA NAIR said...

I love it!

Like "two wiht nature" pointed out it is not very 'meraj' but that's exactly why i love the new look!

It is young, vibrant and happy!

reptile said...

Superb stuff - vibrant, earthy, monsoon-soaked, red earth & pouring rain colours these are.

Let's meet up sometime. We've been threatening to do that for the longest. But now this change certainly calls for it.

alien said...

cange being the most costant thing but resistance to change is a barrier.
thanks a million for fulfilling the request.

cheers!!!!

mr bojangles said...

haan, I agree. Small changes are always good. Only the big ones seem scary.

The look is nice, very open and honest, clean, optimistic & happy. Just as Pooja said. The new Meraj!

meraj said...

am glad that all of you all are liking this new look (but where is the smiling dolphin who trigerred this?)

and i understand what you mean by the scariness of a big change, mr bojangles.

cheers!
m

meraj said...

reptile,
with the crazy travel schedules of my current life, dont know when will we have that promised drink...but someday.

Anonymous said...

am sure it's gorgeous, but can't quite tell from this pda. promise to give you my comments next week. meanwhile, thanks for the thoughtfulness, you must be a really nice guy!

cheers, lynn

meraj said...

take your time Dolphin...as long as you keep Smiling.

phish said...

i dont like this look. its orange.
but i sure will pick up love. sounds interesting.

Hemishha's Observation Deck said...

squeek
i will have to get used to the new look its like an aquired taste. the earlier one was kinda achieved.
keep up the good posts and all.

mousee

Smiling Dolphin said...

hi meraj, finally found a few minutes for my laptop. your earlier template was a 'visual delight'. this one probably suits your nature better - it's clean and honest - that i get from the comments on this page. but it's not great to look at. if you just worked on the point sizes and fonts a bit, your earlier template was still great. glad you watched amadeus and gene :-), i haven't seen manhattan yet...or the latest hari puttar, sigh, too much travelling, it's making my old bones creak. cheers, lynn

meraj said...

hey lynn
personally, even i like the previous template. do you dig harry potter? somehow, i never got on to it.
and skip travelling...now you should talk about the windfall :)

Smiling Dolphin said...

I used to like Harry once when I was young and foolish :-). As for the windfall, well it wasn't actually a windfall for me, hardly made a dent actually since I have too much and my needs are too little. I'll probably end up giving it all away. I never go after money, but it just has a way of finding me, it's really so odd. Balki and I always differ on this, though we agree on many other things :-)

meraj said...

many would love to be in your shoes.