What I like about reading or being curious is that everyday you get to learn something new, something interesting everyday that makes you feel better by an iota. I didn't know, until now, about Quitters Day and the chances are that you wouldn't either. So decided to write this quick post. In fact I learnt... Continue Reading →
5 Indian languages feature in the world's most popular languages (including my mother tongue, Marathi). Interestingly Punjabi is not there even though a large number of people speak Punjabi.
The #Law of Wasted #Efforts Do you know that lions only succeed in a quarter of their hunting attempts — which means they fail in 75% of their attempts and succeed in only 25% of them. Despite this small percentage shared by most predators, they don't despair in their pursuit and hunting attempts. The main... Continue Reading →
I have developed interest in a couple of new subjects in last 4-5 years and have been trying to read/know more about them. One of them is Game Theory and the other is Systems Thinking. I read a very interesting book 3-4 years ago by Fritjof Capra titled "The Systems View of Life - A... Continue Reading →
Read this on the backdrop of the controversy surrounding WhatsApp's security policy change, and data privacy debate etc. As they say, when you are not paying for the product, YOU are the product. There is no free lunch in this world.
Here is an interesting article by Manu Joseph in his weekly column in Mint newspaper. Purpose may not be as important as it's made out to be I partially agree with point of view that "Purpose" was created or at least propagated by a small group of people for some "purpose". Self-help books is a... Continue Reading →