Brian McKnight is (they say) a multi–talented musician from New York; I have never listened to his music, but I have come across something he once said, which I have found to be extremely true: “I just want people to take a step back, take a deep breath and actually look at something with a different perspective. But […]
I had never really made the connection before this, but Sherlock Holmes practices a form of the so–called Joy of Missing Out. I’ll come to that in a moment; first we need to understand what JoMO is and, parenthetically, what FoMO is. The Fear of Missing Out, or FoMO, was added to the Oxford English […]
Passing thoughts on Starbucks, Bangalore traffic and future lifestyles.
Writing your first draft is daunting and forces you to face some truths: these are passing thoughts about them, with help from Shawn Blanc and @wyrdsmith.
Random musings about 2015, mankind and other stuff you probably do not care about.
Drawing parallels between Hindu ideas and beliefs and modern science and examining any historic influences it may have had in the development of physics.
What did George W. Bush mean when he said some schools practiced the “soft bigotry of low expectations”? And was he right? The answer may surprise you.
Passing thoughts on air pollution and how great a threat it really is, accompanied by some scary statistics that will either scare you or make you aware.
What is minimalism as a lifestyle? Does such a thing even make sense? No, argues the author, himself a deep believer and proponent of minimalist web design.
Here is a photographic trip around Royal’s 1952 model Quiet de Luxe, the latest typewriter to join my small but growing typewriter collection.
Post a camera phone lens crack and fix, this is a brief account of my stepping back into mobile photography. Pardon my out of this world enthusiasm.
Random but meaningful thoughts on the Samsung Note 3 Android KitKat 4.4.2 update, and musings on wildfires, mobile phone photography at night and lots more.
Musings: we need to think twice before excluding stuff from our photographic frame for non-technical reasons or risk discarding that which would enrich our work.
Here is some more mobile photography: the results of my new-found admiration towards photographing with our handy everyday devices — smartphones.
A case for and against the feared death of classics, featuring The Beatles, Beethoven, Jan Kubelik, Beiber and other people whose works are alive and kicking.