About the internet.
If you’ve searched anything related to personal finance on Google, it’s very likely that you’ve come across Jagoinvestor.com – a leading personal finance blog in India. In this interview, I talk to Manish Chauhan, the Co-Founder of Jagoinvestor.com. He talks about his journey from being a techie at Yahoo!, [...]
I sooo want to say “boy, time flies” but that’d be a cliche, so here goes. 2020 is here and the even number OCD in me can’t hold the excitement. So, here’s a wrap up of what I can remember from 2019 that made it awesome. Back to India So, I moved back to India with my family in 2017 end. It’s [...]
Which is better? Amazon Prime or Netflix?
Has it ever happened to you that you signed up for some app or web service, only to get spam emails from unsolicited sources, soon after? I try all kinds of new apps that get launched and face this issue all the time. Last day, I tried to check my CIBIL score on a third party aggregator site. I should’ve guessed but soon after [...]
Seeing updates from people you don’t even know? You’re not alone. Facebook had several algorithm updates (stuff by which it figures out what you like and don’t) over the last couple of months and apparently, things have become worse than getting better, at least for most of us. But it’s not entirely [...]
To many of us, it is a dream job. Something you aspire for. After all, who doesn’t want to work with the biggest company (everybody knows) today? All those perks, benefits, free time, free food and work culture (that is apparently a case study at other companies) and the proud status of being a “Googler” is what many of us look to as [...]
You know that feeling when you’ve seen it all and everything goes in loops? With an overload of social media content, the chances of hitting a burn out situation is very likely these days. I for once, know that I need to take a break sometimes from all that clutter and take a walk on the beach. I know that’s what I need, but never do it. [...]
Just noticed this small little icon near the Gmail settings menu. Its a language input setting toolbox, with three options. English Keyboard, English Dvorak keyboard, and English writing input. Looks like the handwriting input is going to help folks on smartphones and tablets with the stylus input.
Don’t take my word for it. But it sure looks promising! There have been many blogging projects, that emerged over the years, that could have been potential competition (for the lack of any other word I could think of) for WordPress. Like Habari, Medium, Branch etc. But WordPress, with its community support and versatility, have stood the [...]