Climate Change, Tech, Books and Life


  • 2023 My Tech Setup

    For the last couple of years, I have struggled with my tech setup, partially because of my desire to have one minimalist setup that meets my different computing needs and partially because of Apple messing up its product lineup due to the planned transition from Intel to Apple Silicon. You can guess from the list… Continue reading

  • Peaceful death is really an essential human right, more essential perhaps even than the right to vote or the right to justice; it is a right on which, all religious traditions tell us, a great deal depends for the well-being and spiritual future of the dying person. The Tibetan Book Of Living And Dying: A… Continue reading

  • Poverty and its brutal consequences

    Poverty and its brutal consequences

    Poverty invokes different kinds of reactions and responses from different people and it has many dimensions. That makes it a very fascinating topic for researchers, philosophers, religious teachers, philanthropists, writers… It can incite brilliant intellectual expositions, economic, karmic or systematic explanations, petty rhetoric or emotional outbursts. But from those who are victim of it, a… Continue reading

  • Social media is not the barometer of nation’s mood.

    Social media is increasingly influencing policy makers, politicians and bureaucrats in visualizing and shaping some of the key decisions that have a very comprehensive impact on all citizens. Mass media too these days is factoring social media reactions heavily in their analysis and in building their viewpoint on many issues. If we go by social… Continue reading

  • Lighting Up Young Minds

    One of the luckiest things that can happen to you in life is, I think, to have a happy childhood. -Agatha Christie Indeed, a happy childhood is something that every kid deserves. On this literacy day, we started something that was our contribution to add happiness to some childhoods. We (know more about what we… Continue reading