Archive for the ‘Off-Topic’ Category

Today, we had a lot of fun with our Swedish friends. We made a cover for the song “Domuz Gribi” which means “Swine Flu” in Turkish. The song is basically about a guy who wants his ex-girlfriend to have “Swine Flu” because she has left him 🙂


Martin Cooper has invented the mobile phone in 1973.  Americans improved it and then it was Finnish and Swedish people who added ultra features on it. While Japans were trying to make it smaller and smaller, now it was Turkish prisoners’ time to use them in a very different way. (Hurriyet) In Bartin Prison -a […]


Definition from Wikipedia: Tilt-shift miniature faking is a process in which a photograph of a life-size location or object is manipulated so that it looks like a photograph of a miniature scale model. Istiklal Square – Istanbul Ottoman Military Band Ataturk Amasya Train Ferry in Istanbul Being a person with a deep interest in digital […]


News

01Nov07

Latest news from my side : The first and the most important thing is that now i’m a proud employee of Sun Microsystems AB. I and my roommate Alper are Sun Campus ambassadors to KTH. As far as I know this is the first time it happens at KTH that there are two people in […]


School Stuff !

13Sep07

To say the truth, we have a lot of things to do at the school. Especially in the course called, Business Opportunities in ICT, every week we explore two different cases. These cases are real-life cases, in which we read a lot of materials about a start-up and then help them decide what to do […]


Hej !

31Aug07

I know it has been a long time since i last posted on my blog but so many things happened during this time. And the problem is that i don’t have internet connection at home yet. So, i’m connecting from the school’s building at the moment. The biggest news about my life is that, i […]


According to a recent Manpower survey of 37,000 employers in 27 countries and territories, 41% of employers worldwide and 31% in Europe, Middle East and Africa are battling to fill positions due to a lack of suitable talent. Commonly referred to as the ‘Skills Gap’, this growing shortage, due to social and demographic changes such […]