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All of you know we are undertaking new initiatives to connect with each and every one of you - through workshops, reader meets, boot camps and webinars, which we kick-started under the "Eighth Anniversary Carnival" banner.
1 love belonging to a country where neighbours are often closer to us than family, and friends never need to announce their intentions of coming over.However, in this space, 1 want to talk about the solitary experience that caused me to write this month's column.One of the webinars, conducted at a press conference - and thus in a relatively uncontrolled environment - was an interview with a global product-design head from a notable technology company.The idea was to get the person to take some time out to connect with our readers, and answer some of the questions they might have.It started disastrously, with no audio for about half an hour.