Mild spoilers ahead. Tread with caution.So, I finished watching Marvel’s Iron Fist last night and I was satisfied. I mean, I enjoyed it even though the show has its shortcomings and isn't as polished. Sorry, if I’m playing the devil’s advocate here. To be fair, Iron Fist is one of the few Marvel superheroes whose origins are perfectly clear to me and I’ve read a decent bit of the old comics. So, I find most of the criticisms unfounded. Anyway, this post isn’t about Iron Fist’s winnings and … [Read more...] about The Best Part of Marvel’s Iron Fist is Danny Rand’s Morning Routine
Issues, Criticism and Rants
I face stern expressions when I tell someone about some cool apps I bought recently. I don't know how it works all over the world. So, for the benefit of this post, I'll talk about the country I live in - India.The ArgumentIn India, there is a certain stigma against the idea of purchasing software. Especially apps which usually cost less than a cup of coffee or a Friday matinée and add relatively more value to the smartphone experience than that cup of coffee adds to the day. People just … [Read more...] about The Average Indian’s Reluctance To Pay For Apps and Software
I have always been more toward the pessimistic side of things. I consider the worst possible alternatives first. Then I build up toward a working balance of positive and negative. As George Bernard Shaw once put quite appropriately - “The world needs both, the optimist and the pessimist. The optimist invents the airplane, the pessimist does the parachute.” – I too am a firm believer of pessimism not being wrong per se. The recent issue I’ve had is with self-improvement applications.With all … [Read more...] about Do We Unknowingly Lie To Self-Improvement Applications and Websites?
This generation is full of retards. You've heard this statement a thousand times before and you just read it again. It's about cultivating taste this time. Taste as in preference and choice for anything. Be it music, movies, books or anything else.If you've watched While We're Young (2014) starring Ben Stiller, you might remember the following quote: Why, you should see this guy's record collection - it's Jay-Z, it's Thin Lizzy, it's Mozart. His taste is democratic. It's "The Goonies" … [Read more...] about Did Piracy and Streaming Produce a Generation of Retards with No Taste?
The fight against cancer is an ongoing battle. People are constantly making effort toward the cause by doing what they do best. However, some of us who have not had a tryst with cancer in their immediate vicinity often fail to realize the magnitude of the issue. For those of us in this group, there are awareness campaigns and movements. One such movement is No Shave November which is focused on cancer awareness and sensitization for men.Every November millions of people grow their beards, … [Read more...] about [Memoir] I First Heard of Cancer in Eighth Standard
India is in grave danger. The world is in grave danger. This danger comes not from the future but from the past. It's past haunts it and is dragging it back while corrupting its present. The solution? It's quite simple really - Children's Day. What a weird thought, right? Hear me out once and maybe I'll convince you otherwise.The present problems, arguments, debates, and conflicts all arise because India's moral compass is haywire. Yes, I said it. Our country despite being globally and … [Read more...] about This Children’s Day, Let’s Leave Better Children Behind