I’m an Internet being. It’s where I live, sleep, it’s where my food comes from. And I am a pro-net-neutrality person. But… (the moment you realise how pissed off the writer was at the time of writing this, and that this is going to be an excruciating rant. This is going to be a post with… Read More “Free Basics” haters, you’ve got it all wrong
My adventures with Sherlock Holmes continue as we trod the northern-lower Himalayas loitering around.… Read More When Holmes Visited India Part 2: Holmes’s Downtime prognosis.
I met Sherlock while visiting McLeodganj, and I found out a thing or two about him.… Read More When Holmes Visited India Part 1: Burned Out
Mark Zuckerberg has some ideologies about internet.org which may not be evil, but might be unintentionally biased. I have an alternative.… Read More Dear Mark Zuckerberg, I have an alternative to internet.org’s current strategy (and I dare you to take it)
In this narcissistic blog of myself, I almost always speak about myself, my opinions, my observations, my suggestions, my research etc. Therefore, as a natural extension of my uncanny ability to go on about myself, I wish to acknowledge a stunt of sorts which I pulled off in real life to prove to be some value to… Read More Stunts In Real Life
Shopping malls can be as boring places as happening they were intended to be. “Seasonal Sales” in clothing section is what makes them boring for me. I know, right? Do you have raised eyebrows and twitching forehead at the blasphemy I just blurted? Now before you decide to close this tab cursing me under my breath, let… Read More I’m Uninvited at the Shopping Malls (and how we can solve this)
Disclaimer in Bold and Italics: This post contains no Alok Nath memes. If you think I’m going to troll about Alok Nath here and bore you, no reader, no! I’m here to scrutinize what has been a dismal display of mockery and to pin down the reason for the same. I have 3 theories… Read More Alok Nath: Data aggregation and sentiment analysis tool for the NSA? The meme uncovered.