Wednesday, August 15, 2007

Congratulations to Half of You by Google

Google is an enabler, no doubt. I use the Reader, Checkout, Picasa, Gmail, Docs, Blogger, Adsense, Adwords, etc. etc. etc. I admire the accomplishments of Google. Not one day goes by that I don't invite someone to use a Google service.

I also congratulate India on its 60th Independence Day. My wishes of good fortune go out to Gary, Ketan, Amin, Sana, and more of the 1000's of friends and partners I and my business have in India!

I only want to ask, what about the other half? Pakistan? I personally wish India and you Pakistan a good life safe from harm, full of meaningful forward-thinking accomplishments that bring peace to the region and the world. The two of you can compliment each other and the world well in doing such.

8 comments:

Shrish said...

Thanks Suzzane for your wishes.

As the gift is related to Indian languages, I guess Google may be preparing to include its Hindi transliteration tool to its search page.

I have written a April Fool post (In Hindi) about it a long ago. It seems it is going to be true now.

suzanne.supertec.com said...

Wow, Shrish. That is really cool. I've been to Mumbai, India and also to Pakistan. I was amazed when I learned all the similarities between Hindi and Urdu. Congratulations to you and India! May peace and prosperity come to you, India and Pakistan. I appreciate your comment on the blog!

Asad said...

Thank you for your wishes regarding Pakistan.

suzanne.supertec.com said...

You're welcome, Asad. Keep doing good for your country and the world.

Shakeel said...

Don't forget another byproduct of 'partition of India'(apart from pakistan)i.e. bangladesh.Google should also celebrate there Independence.

suzanne.supertec.com said...

March 26, right, Shakeel? That is Bangladesh Independence Day? Be proud of your country. I hope you, I and everyone are each proud of our countries while working to get along with other countries, to be recognized as key components of our Earth for peace and prosperity while keeping choice and freedom as reality for all. Do you agree?

Faisal said...

Hi All

Suzanne, Yes, I totally agree with you. We all must recognize and respect the freedom of each and every single entity of this great world that we live in. I wish all the three countries the best of my wishes and hope that the masses of our great nations focus on the core problems of poor. Wish you all the best of luck. Faisal

suzanne.supertec.com said...

Faisal, you hit it perfectly. http://laptop.org/ Any other realistic ideas on how to help even one person who is living on the edge of poverty in your country at a time have a chance to take advantage of opportunities that many of us take for granted? I ask this of every reader.