Expect the unexpected, follow the lovers lost in this blog.

A blog to cater your mind,body,and soul as you drink Turkish Coffee. We are proud to present our new storyline called Cafe's search for his "Zahir". Everyday is a new day for the "Cafe" (from Istanbul) & his journey for "Zahir" (from Baku). Don't expect extraordinary drama from the narrator, me. Still, this is a drama (maybe real!), and have better impact on you than watching a soap opera. Guaranteed. There is genuine feelings within inspirational periods. Cross your fingers for this story to end with happy marriage :-) All rights are reserved.

EDIT (01 July 2009) - She is engaged with another man, and I finally made my marriage proposal bringing my family to Baku. The result: She stays engaged and will have her wedding, so called "toy", with that another man.

Rest in peace Ms. Zahir.

Monday, June 25, 2007

Monday Special Article on Turkish Coffee - Just Discovered

Web is a web, a great arena. And, sometimes the most interesting news articles find you, rather than you finding them. As I was about to close down the store (which is this blog, well it is kinda like a store, I own it, through Great Google eBlogger service:-) I saw the article on the left hand side of my blog. Google's News service delivers most recent articles about Turkish Coffee, if you click the relevant subject at the top of the news bar. As usual, I quote my favorite paragraph, and leave the rest for your choice.
"Well, you could always swish those coffee grounds and let a fortuneteller size up your love life and future triumphs (if any). That's the path many visitors chose at the Turkish Art and Folk Festival in Gates."

A New Content-Aggregation Site Emerges - In English, Dig the Digg it

PC World article publishes that "Spotplex Inc. on Monday announced a new content-aggregation site that it said will provide Digg.com-like rankings of Internet content -- with a twist. Instead of requiring users to rank content, Spotplex will automatically rank it based on the number of people reading it."

I also came across an article in BusinessWeek, giving a sound idea to those entrepreneurs out there trying to shoot out their dreams.
"Just because there is no one selling a particular product or service doesn't mean it's automatically a good idea to try. Conversely, a competitively crowded industry shows that demand exists, as well as a viable market. The key to business success isn't finding an empty field, but defining your company narrowly—no matter how crowded a marketplace you're entering."

And last, Cameron Diaz had a very funny action in Peru, (ignorance is the worst marketing). On Yahoo, it says,
"Cameron Diaz apologized Sunday for carrying a bag with a political slogan that evoked painful memories in Peru.

The voice of Princess Fiona in the animated "Shrek" films visited the Incan city of Machu Picchu in Peru's Andes on Friday carrying an olive green bag emblazoned with a red star and the words "Serve the People" printed in Chinese, perhaps Chinese Communist leader Mao Zedong's most famous political slogan."

I wonder, if no tour guide warned her about the bag. Interesting,...