Autobiography of a Stapler

Let me introduce myself. People call me stapler.

I am a rare device from the world of metals. My purpose is to unite two or more pages. You cannot also rely on gums and pastes to bring pages together so people working in offices prefer my use. I accommodate a tiny bunch of pins, usually 100 nos. which is shelved inside me. Every time I perform and I am used, there is the release of one pin from my body.

Due to paperless office concept, I am slightly losing my importance these days. Many of the users who use to keep me at the desk, at a location where I am reachable, have now tried putting me inside the desk drawers. I am deeply saddened and hurt by this negligence shown by the people.

Currently, my owner, Arun Thevar has misplaced me and he is always looking out for my cousins who belong to the staff working at tax department of GI.  Riddhi Wagaskar is using my elder brother.


Happy Teacher’s day


Can you think of any leader, guru, mentor, motivational speaker, tutor, teacher,  orator or other achievers along these lines, who play a crucial role in increasing your knowledgeability?

No, you can’t.

Google gives you a comprehensive insight on anything that you wish to learn.

Other salient features:

Google is never tired of supplying you informative stuff from the pages it has assembled. All that you need is to go ahead with clicks, clicks, and clicks and smart people know to filter and pick the authentic information.

Google teacher is available for one and all. It does not discriminate the knowledge seekers, works 24 x7 including public holidays. If you have a proper internet connection, the digital library is within your reach, at your fingertips and right in front of your eyes. The slight effort is needed.

Google does not show any tantrums when you ask a question. Recipient with humility, super active, never dull, never frustrated and very much down to earth. Always ready to assist.

Please join me in wishing HAPPY TEACHERS DAY to GOOGLE, the mother of all institutions.