Yes, I am guilty of it too. Speedreading. Or ‘Spreading’ or whatever name you will give it. Speed reading is to read rapidly by assimilating several phrases or sentences at once (Google dictionary). What I have learned? It does not work. I believe speedreading is a scam and a fake tool to make people comprehend […]
Facebook is a terrible invention. I am happy that I am out of there, though it is only a month or so. However, it is enough time to have ‘forgotten’ about it, how it is not part of my life anymore, or, how I’m no longer part of Facebook’s money making machine. But I also […]
We work for Google. Our employer shouldn’t be in the business of war.
What I am arguing, through examples, is that Facebook is, on the one hand too big to fail, but, on the other hand too large to manage in local context so it must be stopped/decentralized/anything but what it is now.
For too long I have been on screens giving away privacy and all. I came to think – I have this blog, so why not using it? It can do exactly the same if not better! I made this new category and also menu item “Daily Musings” which I will use similar as I have […]
Blog post about how not to take trolls on internet seriously and what attitude can be too
As seen on and written for TechAcute.com as guest writer A couple of days ago I was randomly surfing on the internet and came across 2 articles regarding net-neutrality. It was an article from The Wallstreet Journal and The Guardian, in which they discussed how Facebook is using its powers in developing countries by serving […]
On Twitter I am connected with Silvia Spiva who is also writing for TechActuce.com. In her latest article: “How Intimacy Travels the World”. Silvia opens with: “The librarian in my soul doesn’t understand Snapchat. What is the point of creating something beautiful that can only be shared once? If it’s worth seeing, it’s worth defining, labeling, and […]