July 2020 archive

Tildeverse, Gopherspace and Geminispace

It’s been a while since my last article. I know I said I would post an article everyday for the month of July, but hey – I had a headache for a few days and then went exploring through the internet. And guess what I found?! It’s been totally worth the wait. Let’s start with …

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Surleen Kaur, ISKCON, and The Indian Hypocrisy

I am a Krsna Conscious person. It is no longer appropriate to talk about one’s religion on the internet. I think that trend began somewhere in 2015, and has become predominant in 2020. But I think, if you identify yourself as a religious person, then you shouldn’t be ashamed of it, or hide it from …

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Covid-19: India’s First Milestone

I didn’t really want to type another Covid-19 post. But one of the world’s alleged superpowers just crossed 1 Million cases of Covid-19. I think that deserves a post on it’s own merit. Congratulations to the most densely populated country on the planet. A few months ago, I’d predicted at least 300M cases in India. …

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Wolf In A Sheep's Clothing: Privacy Experts Or Privacy Traitors?

Ever since Snowden’s revelations in 2013, there has been a surge in so-called privacy experts who have established their names in the privacy world. Who are these experts? Why would I listen to them? Why should I trust them? What I’ve noticed is that many of these so-called “experts” don’t follow the philosophy they preach …

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The Problem With New Software UI/UX

Dear WordPress, I gave my best shot at your new block editor. IT ABSOLUTELY SUCKS! Seriously, stop trying to create new features that ruin the User Experience. To the idiots who developed Gutenberg – what the hell were you thinking? Like, seriously? Thank you. When I begin typing an article, I want the user interface …

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