With my learning course, there is this one thing I would hate now or then, CRAMMING. Practically we are expected to just remember so much that actually sometimes it becomes a burden and sometimes disheartening to just do nothing but remember. I know there will be a lot of people telling this idea of pure... Continue Reading →
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Sometimes I find something amazing
Compensation for the ‘my lack of better blog…’
The forest screamed with darkness. The rain pelted down unrestrained. Trees bellowed in the stormy wind, whooshing with eerie sounds, enough to wake the dead. The lone woodcutter huddled in a threadbare cottage, filled with memorabilia of a life well lived.
A moth took refuge, petrified by the surge of gusty wind. Lightning flashed in the distance. Thunder decided this was a good time to announce its arrival. The startled moth crept up a decrepit table and launched itself between a cup of half drunk coffee and mealy bread.
A fuse burst somewhere and the cottage was plunged into darkness. The moth shuddered, while the woodcutter scrambled clumsily to find a candle. The candle was found and lit.
Suddenly, there was life. The moth looked up in wonder at the golden glowing ball. Fascinated, it stared as the flame kept changing shapes; high and flickering, soft and steady, round and…
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“Music fills the infinity between two souls” - Rabindranath tagoreThat which fills the infinity must be infinite itself is what we can uderstand from it.From the feeble,faint chirps of the birds in the woods to the earsplittingsound of the thunder,everything can be music.Music is in the very nature.What makes a great musician is the choice... Continue Reading →
I have to do this. Otherwise it will be unjust
Since Oxford Libraries recently announced a new book and exhibit about J.R.R. Tolkien, the author of The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings, now is the perfect opportunity to listen to some archival audio from him.
The clips here were first shared by Eugene F. Douglass Jr. along with Maria Popova from Brainpickings. According to lore, Tolkien initially recorded himself reading The Hobbit in 1952. He was on a vacation to Worcestershire, and he stayed with friend and colleague George Sayer. Commercially available tape recorders were still fairly new, and Sayer had recently acquired one. With nothing better to do, the pair spent some time playing with device. Tolkien was fascinated by it, and his interest led him to make several audio recordings over the years.
The recordings here are just a few of the ones that survive. The one at the top of the page…
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This is the second blog of mine pursuing coding. I'll stick to the short log like always. I was introduced to networking concepts regular expressions both of these are powerful tool to know. I am not joking and I must tell you that one is better off knowing this after learning basics in programming. I... Continue Reading →
Keeping with the code of my writing to do something new I read the "Lord of the Rings" - Fellowship of the Ring. Right now I have to tell you I am filled with nothing but reverence for the book and the author. I can't imagine how visually stunning that book felt to me. As... Continue Reading →
TESLA... Oh! I love the sound of that name. Visualizing oneself in a futuristic car driving across the country and all that with one time investment. Well this calls for a credit. 'Musk'. That's the name people. I stumbled upon this name when my friend told me about a guy owning very many companies that's... Continue Reading →
I love the idea of coding. Have you read the biography of Elon Musk. If you haven't then I suggest you read it probably you'll know that age 12 is, well quite and age to make a computer game 🙂 I am a med student so it's probably not in my field to code but... Continue Reading →
Becoming 18 is considered as a psychological landmark in a person’s life. They say , at this age the transition takes place , the boy becomes a man. I was pretty excited to be 18. This became more of a burning desire when I was 17, because I joined school earlier than my friends... Continue Reading →