About Me

The world’s most difficult thing is to write about one’s own self.
I don’t know who I am as I am still trying to discover my self, the day I will know who I am I will surely fill this page up.

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17 thoughts on “About Me

  1. John Turner says:

    Did you really write this:

    “Her mother was fucked by the devil himself to produce this whore of the west.”

    in response to Bhutto’s death?

    You say above “I don’t know who I am…”.

    I think the above quote pretty much tells you exactly who you are. Just listen to yourself and you will know.

  2. Shocked @”“Her mother was ………….. .”

    Do you actually think I am a moron ? Who in his right set of mind would write such a horrible thing !?

    Could you please kindly point me to where you found this Quote ?

  3. Hi there,

    this is Manu from BCN – Berlin. I found you over your postings on Metroblogs and had a look at your own blog I am very impressed by your work, so I thought that you might be the right person to get in contact with. As I am setting up the BCN network for creatives and freelancers worldwide I am looking for Like-Minded-People all over the world. A network for temporary workspaces for freelancers all over the world where they can connect with like minded people form these places. I focus very much on the people and location itself. Very special locations and not just “normal” offices, I just want to have “cool people” (sounds a bit stupid, but you know which kind of people I mean by this) in the network because it is very important if you come for a wile to a new city/country to meet the right people and to connect with them.

    At the moment I am searching partners in Pakistan to make the BCN-network really international. Pakistan is for nearly everybody from the “western world” a mystic place, or a dangerous place, but nobody has an idea about what is over there! I am looking for „interesting“, open-minded and communicating people to join their local network. People who would like to join in with their locations, offering temporary workspace and who like to meet creatives from all over the world. The more wired the locations are – the better. It can be in an old fabric building, a loft office or a farmhouse in the jungle … and the people are most important – good people! Perfect would be a location where our members could also stay if possible. The perfect location would be a Guest House where you can stay and offers also workspace for the people – but it is also very important that you meet also “local” there.

    I am searching for people living over there who could and want to offer “workspace” in their offices (locals or foreigners, but they must be connected to the location and the people) – no tourists! A location where everything is taken care of – just plug in your laptop at your “work desk” and your office with printer, phone … and connected people in the backround is set up – somebody who can give you an answer where the next post office is and when it opens, where to find a good print store … or an address for your mail! Its about REAL LOCATIOS in combination with TECH. INFRASTRUCTURE and COMMUNICATION with the people. Some kind of meeting point for freelancer from all over the world who wants to connect with freelancers from Pakistan. These Locations can be in the city centres, but also in rural areas, villages, resorts … (but authentic, places where you can meet the locals and not just tourist places! (We also have the domain: DropOutOffice.Net) and as you can see on our website we are already have an “office” on an island as well in the desert. Our slogan is It’s Your Business Anywhere. But also Why work alone at home? Work where others go on vacation! hits the point quite well. …

    Maybe you could help me in finding such locations + people in Pakistan, who are willing to join BCN.

    Best you just have a quick view on our website. You will find everything in detail on my web page http://www.TheBusinessClass.Net (BCN) under IDEA and FAIRCHISE. (best on Firefox)

    Just in very short how it works:
    If someone from our Network is coming to Pakistan he could rent a work space for a wile in your. I would present he/she as I present all our partner locations (Ports + Agents) in English, French, Italian, Spanish, German and end of this year also in Japanese. It will be absolutely clear that it is a work space in he/she location and that it is he/she address… I just need the texts in English (a short description of the location and the people) some pictures and a floorplan and I do all the work – he/she does not have to pay anything. I call it a system of plug & play offices! For the User coming to the places and just can connect and start to work as well as for new locations that we can just plug in the network. If it works it is fine, if nobody is using your space – I’ve just did the work and he/she got some advertisement for free. If somebody rents a workspace in your location via BCN we’ll get a percentage.

    Why I do that all:
    I am an artist and architect and artist. I am always working between these two fields. All of my works and what I did till now: http://www.thebusinessclass.net/en/node/102

    Most architects and designer working on the “office of the future” focus on inventing better desks, more ergonomic chairs, brighter lamps … , but it is the structure that is important not the stuff! In my opinion there are already existing “perfect offices” in combination with interesting people all over the world – we just have to connect them into a huge network. For me this is some kind of global architectural experiment! My answer for the growing number of mobile freelancer in this world vs. old structures in the big companies.

    A network with real people and real locations. REAL PEOPLE and REAL LOCATIONS – this is for me the most important because without meeting personal all networking is in the long term useless! I focus very much on the creative scene. First because this is the world I come from and secondly because I think that new ideas and alternatives can only be developed by this kind of people and not by major companies! Creativity and Culture is one of the most important motors for our societies and a need for solving our problems. …

    Maybe you some locations? Who are the right persons? How and where can I spread this idea over there to find the right people in that region – Pakistan? … any idea?

    Hope to hear from you soon.
    Best wishes from cold and grey Berlin,

    Manu
    Initiator of BCN and Port Agent of BCN-Berlin: Kreuzberg

    1. Sophie says:

      Manu, your idea seems good enough and I hope it works. Only one – crucial – thought, if I may: if you want people to take you seriously, you need to have your English correspondence edited by someone who does that for a living. It’s not enough to speak English, or even be a native – most of the latter in the U.S. can’t even write their own language without proper grammar or punctuation! People assume the writer of the piece is slow-minded – and therefore isn’t worth dealing with – when they see mistakes. Even beyond mistakes, there’s also the fact that there are two ways to write everything: a “spoken”, easy way, and a pro way that includes more detailed and almost pedantic vocabulary as well as purely English or American expressions. And while you’re at it, you may want to do this in every language, rather than picking a native for the job just because he’s a friend and won’t charge much. There are ways to get more talented people involved without pay, especially in this economy. If you believe in your idea and you apply yourself to do it as accurately as possible, your passion and dedication can become contagious and others might want to be a part of it, too. And then there’s luck, and I wish you the best of that. ^_^

      1. It would really be catastrophic if people for once would start taking me seriously so please don’t make the world any more insane then it already is around me.

  4. Hi,

    I read some of your blog posts on Metroblogs regarding karachi. I also read your reviews for restaurants. I am currently looking for someone with that same passion to join Mazaydar.com

    I hope that I can get in touch with you via email to discuss this further.

    Thanks

  5. Dear Jamash
    When you were made Captain of KMB i thought this time KMB would become democrat but sorry to say i t doesn’t happen.

    May i know why i have been barred to post comments on KMB ?

  6. Saif says:

    Hi Jamash,

    I am doing a radio news report on blogging in Pakistan, could you help me meeting some bloggers, your self and also let me what bloggs are most in and answer some other questions.
    We can meet over a coffee any evening

    Thanks
    Saif

  7. Sadia says:

    I am Sadia Haneef from SZABIST. I am working on a thesis ‘the impact of social media on conventional PR practices in Pakistan’
    As you are a regular blogger, i need your help in the thesis. can you please take out time and fill my questionnaire?
    Please acknowledge

  8. Ambreen says:

    Be patient toward all that is unsolved in your heart and try to love the questions themselves like locked rooms and like books that are written in a very foreign tongue. Do not now seek the answers, which cannot be given you because you would not be able to live them. And the point is, to live everything. Live the questions now. Perhaps you will find them gradually, without noticing it, and live along some distant day into the answer. ~Rainer Maria Rilke, Letters to a Young Poet

  9. Syed Shomaail Mansoor Jafri says:

    So… Alhamdulillah I caught u atlast.. One person from Meadow School! Your name Jamash was quite confusing as a hindu name(Pls dont get offended) and in Meadow School. Then when I further search It came up to be Jamal Ashiqain. Still I was not able to recall you to be in our Meadow school. Then when I cam across your pic in http://www.flickr.com/photos/jamash/ and here I recalled ur thin body in the Meadow school, shy to utter words… But Mashallah u have grown up to be a smart creative person…hmmm. r u in KHI. I hope we have a re union of Meadow school again
    urs Shomaail

  10. Hello. This is Haris Gulzar from Karachi. This isn’t probably the right place to ask you this but I saw your posts on Karachi MetBlogs and hence am contacting you. I am a student of MBA at IBA Karachi and am a Coordinator of the Entrepreneurship Society at IBA. The Entrepreneurship Society of IBA arranged a Business Plan Competition that started in March and is ending tomorrow, the 18th of July 2010. The closing ceremony is being held at the Avari Towers. Participants from across Pakistan participated in this competition and 5 finalists have reached the final round, the result of which will be decided tomorrow. Some big names from the Corporate world will also be present at the event as speakers and as judges for the competition. The companies whose representatives will be present tomorrow include Engro corp, Shell Tameer, Lucky Cement, Business Recorder, Millat Tractors and a few more.

    I wanted to request a representative from Karachi Metblogs to attend the event and cover it in an article published at the Karachi MetBlogs. The representative will be invited as a special guest. Multiple representatives can also come. Could you please contact me for details and if you’re willing to attend the event, or if any other representative is willing to attend the event. My email address is ‘harisgulzar at gmail dot com’.

    Best Regards
    Haris Gulzar

  11. Dan says:

    Hello. Can I get in touch with you with regards to publishing some of your posts in our magazine? I look forward to hearing from you.

  12. Dear Jamal,
    Let me introduce myself first. My name is Tahir Ali and I represent one of Pakistan’s most prestigious PR (Public Relations) agency, Shamrock Communications. With our corporate office in Karachi and branch offices in Lahore and Islamabad, it is the only PR Company in Pakistan with senior-level representations in all three corporate cities of the country. You can visit our website at http://www.shamrockcom.net

    At Shamrock, we feel privileged to have some of the leading names of their respective industries as our esteemed clients such as: Mobilink, Dell, and Samsung, etc. Periodically we arrange and manage corporate PR events for out esteemed clients and recently we had arranged a bloggers meet up for Samsung in Karachi. We are planning another bloggers event in Karachi on 18th February 2011, and we would like to invite you to join and participate in this bloggers event. This would be a high profile event with a lot of media coverage, and would give you the opportunity to interact with other bloggers and the Senior Level Management of Multi National Brands.

    I therefore request you to please share your contact details with me so I can keep in touch, open up new venues of communications and send you the invitation upon receiving your confirmation of participation. Your contact details should include:

    1. First Name:
    2. Last Name:
    3. City:
    4. Blog URL:
    5. Email address:
    6. Mobile/Cell #:

    Thanking You,

    Tahir Ali
    Assistant Manager – Online Media
    SHAMROCK Communications (Pvt.) Ltd

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