4th October 2020 The reason to win the game is so that you can be free of it. — Naval Ravikant The reason to win the game is so that you can enter another game – where there is no winning, just playing. — Vatsal
I have been blogging less frequently of late because many things are happening on personal and work front (most of them ranging from not-so-nice to very ugly). However, there is another reason too. I have started a new experiment with focused blogging and something which I had in mind as an idea for quite some... Continue Reading →
Design Thinking is an interesting subject. ……… A 4-day long course/workshop on Design Thinking is a bad idea. ……… A certification in Design Thinking is a fraud.
31st July 2020 The saddest aspect of life now is that science gathers knowledge faster than society gathers wisdom. — Isaac Asimov
I read an interesting post on Twitter which was about 4 Zen stories and thought of posting them here. I’m an introvert. I overthink. It’s what we do. My mind is always on, and even on good days, it can be hard to feel calm. Part of this is human nature — our brains are... Continue Reading →
This is an amazing position. Guess the move found by Paul Morphy as Black. Black to move and win. Game: Napoleon Marache vs Paul Morphy, 1857.
Today is #InternationalChessDay and I am happy to inform that I successfully completed the FIDE-approved arbiter training camp and passed the exam for State Artiber of Chess ☺️ I am now a State Arbiter of Chess in addition to being a FIDE rated chess player...🤗
Today is a memorable day for me. Exactly 20 years ago, on 15th July 2000 I appeared for my first interview and successfully cracked it! So I thought of writing about it. It was during the campus placements in the last year of Engineering. I had just entered the last year in year 2000. The... Continue Reading →