Where Phil Works

by Phil

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This is the towering Adobe office on Bannerghatta Road in Bangalore where I work. It may look large, but it is utterly dwarfed by the buildings all over B’lore belonging to such behemoths as Accenture (3 bigger-than-airport facilities on Bannerghatta alone!), Accentis, Conexant, Enventure, Infineon, InfoSys, and so on. I guess only 10 years ago this place was all gardens and goats, and BAM, technology happened.

Anyway, I am proud to be working for a company whose name is an actual WORD.

Infineon? What the hell does that even mean?

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2 Responses to “Where Phil Works”

  1. Orzo says:

    Hmmm, So, what does Adobe mean? Is THAT a word? Please do tell.

  2. Phil says:

    Adobe (noun):
    1. A sun-dried, unburned brick of clay and straw.
    2. The clay or soil from which this brick is made.
    3. A structure built with this type of brick.

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    Now go look up “Accenture” or “Conexant” in any dictionary you can find. :D