A very inspiring short film for content creators by content creators. Made by Casey Neistat and Max Joseph. A must watch!
Actually, it was an accident. I had never intended to name my domain that but due to some “mistouching” and the super buggy Internet Explorer on my phone two and a half years ago this happened.
“You don’t go to private classes? You are such a stupid person”, is what you’ll hear students here talk when they find someone that doesn’t go to private classes after school or college hours. The mentality of almost all the parents nowadays is that if their child doesn’t go to private classes, he/she can never excel in academics. Let alone excellence, they feel that their children will not be even able to pass the exams.
Society is a place where people will call you abnormal if you are not like them. That’s more like peer pressure, isn’t it?
Another year leaves
We go into a new year
May this one be great
Wish you all a happy new year!
A techie’s Christmas!
‘Twas the Thursday before Christmas
when all through the town,
not a hashtag was tweeting, even Twitter was down.
The stockings were hung in a retina display
in hopes that no drones would take them away.
The children were nestled, all snug and secure,
while Big Data mined their free FICO score.
The USB ports were all fully employed
as we began charging our Motorola Droid.
Our nice new Apple watch had a vast cache,
which would’ve been fine, but we had to pay cash.
Our Fitbit was running and Netflix were streaming,
young children everywhere were pleasantly dreaming
of toys and gifts that would become a new meme,
of toys and gifts that’d be the crème de la cream.
We Kickstarted and crowdsourced and sent out some vines,
We checked YouTube channels for any new signs.
We ran Kaspersky and cleaned the plasma screen,
we dialed up…
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I can count till 576. How? Watch the video. (Spoiler: You can even count higher than 576)
If there is one thing an artificial intelligence (AI) doesn’t get, it’s sarcasm. I can understand that it’s very hard trying to make a computer understand our sarcasm. But when that happens, it would be fun to have a chat with whatever AI you have at hand.
“Everyone starts their football carrier from the GK position”, said one of my friends when I told him that I liked doing goalkeeping rather than playing any other position. But don’t you think, they are underrating the value of a goalkeeper?
When we were told to develop a mini project, which was basically developing a website using either PHP or .NET, all my friends asked me to join their team. Because, I don’t know why, they consider me the ultimate programmer.
What I did was simple. I just said, “No!”. I talked it out with my class teacher and she told me that it was perfectly okay to develop alone, if that is what I wish for. So I went on to develop my site, hearing ditching statements from my friends all along.
But they don’t understand why I did so. To be honest, very few people in my class actually know how to program something. If I had agreed to join a team, what would have happened is, everybody else would leave the programing job to me and just sit back and enjoy. My not joining any team has lead them to actually learn programing by themselves and do the project. Programing is a thing that you learn when you do it. You cannot learn programing just by reading some book or watch a tutorial. Unless you don’t perform it, you don’t get the hang of it.
Now everybody is able to create a website. And I’m happy with what I’ve developed.