The brave face of one whose iPod Touch goes missing

April 6, 2008 at 5:17 pm 12 comments

a new look? in more ways than one

Mohtashim, of Ittazee fame, manages to grin disbelievingly hoping that he will get his iPod touch back. Was it stolen by his evil boss, or the innocent-looking P@SHA President, or did a complete stranger pick it up? Will he get it back? Did he get it back? Those were some of the thoughts going through his mind when this picture was taken.

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  • 1. Fariha Akhtar  |  April 6, 2008 at 5:54 pm

    Aww….poor Mohatassim….see that’s what happens when u work for Resident evil😛

    PS: This doesn’t mean that the chances of innocent looking PASH@ president stealing it can be ruled out…specially if he forgot to put his phone on silent during the session🙂

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  • 2. Vic  |  April 6, 2008 at 6:47 pm

    Speaking as a completely innocent picture taking stranger, I feel it is my duty to let it be known to one and all that I have no idea at all which evil boss slipped that cute little object into my jacket.

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  • […] Mohtashim of Itaazee fame manages to grin disbelievingly hoping that he will get his iPod touch back. Was it stolen by his evil boss, the innocent-looking P@SHA President or did a complete stranger pick it up? Will he get it back? … Read More […]

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  • 4. Umer Iqbal  |  April 6, 2008 at 8:41 pm

    Hi Jehan,
    I subscribe to your blog because you give updates regarding all the stuff happening in the tech sector in Pakistan.
    But when you post these nonsensical personal jokes, I consider unsubscribing from your blog. Do you intend on keeping this blog aimed at your friends? Or to the general public?

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  • 5. mohtashim  |  April 6, 2008 at 9:04 pm

    hahaha and Vic you managed to provide a “link” to the evil boss
    😉

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  • 6. Jehan  |  April 7, 2008 at 12:04 am

    Umer, I set up this personal blog some time ago as an online journal for myself so that i could write whatever I wanted. Because I am a part of the tech sector, naturally a lot of what I write about is connected to the sector. However, I would hate to be deprived of the lighter moments that make life a pleasure.

    Friends, colleagues, poetry, photos, trip reports, restaurant reviews, rants and raves have all been a part of this blog ever since I set it up. I hope you will continue to subscribe to it. However, if what you are looking for is only tech updates, then I would suggest pashanews.org or ittazee.com or techlahore.wordpress.com. I hope you will continue to come to my blog but if not, please do try and smile as often as you can. Be happy.

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  • 8. Osama A.  |  April 10, 2008 at 11:33 pm

    Jehan,

    Lets not forget http://greenwhite.org

    Unlike many other bloggers, for some of us this is their business – and these some want to pay writers and fact-checkers and story writers to make it a professional success story of alternative news sources.

    These people are spending all their nights, weekends, social time, family time, and sacrificing health to be very serious about professional news reporting so that their service can gain traction – G&W e.g. is now the largest blog in PK covering tech news (traffic wise)

    I’ll hope we can continue to support each other to get to higher grounds by objectively covering and promoting everyone who deserves it on merit and hard work.

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  • 9. Jehan  |  April 11, 2008 at 7:56 am

    Thanks Osama. Yes – and I should have mentioned http://telecompk.net/

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  • 10. Jehan  |  April 11, 2008 at 7:59 am

    Oh – and also let’s not forget Rabia Garib’s http://www.netxpress.com.pk

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  • 11. Desi Back to desh » Mr. Shim.  |  January 1, 2009 at 7:18 am

    […] then there was the day when Jehan, Vickram and I stole his […]

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  • […] alternate, focused news sources online. The audience is sometimes forcing people to go through the growing pains (comment#4) of moving from a personal diary into a source of credible news (we face it all the time […]

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