Nobody really likes waking up early in the morning. But, as much as we hate waking up early, the truth is, it’s important. Not only because school and most of our works start up bright and early, but because if you do wake up early you actually get more time to be productive and tackle … Continue reading Wake up early every morning and get s*** done
I don't remember exactly when but it was sometime in the mid-2000s when I stumbled upon StumbleUpon, no pun intended. StumbleUpon was one of the forerunners in the content discovery business. Garrett Camp, a grad student at the University of Calgary, along with a couple of his friends, created StumbleUpon in November 2001. The other … Continue reading Bye-Bye, StumbleUpon!
As Millenials, sometimes we feel like we are in a constant rush like if we aren’t successful by thirty we have failed life. That’s how much pressure this society has put on everyone. And I mean everyone because baby boomers feel that too. Yes, they are adults already, but that same feeling of constantly working … Continue reading Work to live or live to work?
This is my first post in my mental calculations self-challenge. I wanted to document it here so that I have a sense of accountability and this had better be a challenge than a passing fancy. The fact is that if we set our mind to something we only get better. The problem is that in life, half the things we do we don't have any interest in -
From Metropolis' Maria to Her's Samantha, AI in movies has come a long way. In this blog, I am going to list down 9 movies about AI that have either confirmed our worst fears about superior intelligence or have painted best-case scenarios where both AI and humanity could co-exist.
I have always believed that the hallmark of a good book lies in its power to pull you back into its pages from time to time. This year, too, I had the pleasure of indulging in a few stellar books. Of all the books I read, I have selected the five titles which totally held my imagination.