On Jun 20, 2014, at 9:15 AM, GS Chandy <email@example.com> wrote:
> I wonder if there are any 'objective criteria' that could enable us to measure levels of 'profundity', 'superficiality', etc, etc. I attach herewith a document "Deep Logic" that may be relevant in this context. I shall be happy to explain the model if any such explanation is required.
Objective? You? You have lied to us about so many details. Not little lies, big lies. I know Indian culture is not quite up to ours with regards to ethics and openness, but your behavior here with regard to the truth has been disgraceful by any standard. How about this for objective. 5 years ago I set out to do two things. Establish my son?s educational and when associates ask me about something educational I don?t even have to convince them anymore. Too many times what I have said has come true that they just take my word for it now. Do you know what it feels like for people to take your word on things? I seriously doubt it. The other goal was to leverage the enormous amount of experience I have in IT and CS and establish a consulting business. Goal accomplished.
What have you accomplished in the last 5 years? The last 10? The last 20? The last 50?
Never mind. After all of your stories, who would believe any answer you provide to those questions.
You and Lou are just going to have to put your heads together to figure this all out.