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The three months long (and six months long considering the preparation time) of Google Summer of Code has come to an end and therefore, I see myself again at the fork of choices on what I should do. But… before getting on to that part I would like to summarise my experience as a GSoC 2018 student. — Just a... more
It’s been more than two weeks since my last update blog on GSoC, and hence I’ve not been able to keep up with writing articles amidst college’s activities, academics and CCExtractor work itself. To be honest there hasn’t been much work on the coding front in the last two weeks; and I’ve got the reason why things work so slow... more
After liking “Stephen Hawking: A Graphic Guide”, I thought of exploring another personality from the past, and I chose the genre as poetry. So, I began with “Shakespeare: A Graphic Guide”.
Just like the last book I read, this is not a biography of the life of Willian, but rather an account of his life, his works and, surprisingly, hamlet:... more
My second evaluations for Google Summer of Code completed yesterday, along with that the pipeline for the project has been completed. Let’s not move too fast, and slowly get to completion of Nephos’ second evaluation.
Nephos is being developed in a modular manner; with data piped into different through a common database stored locally in the system. For example, once... more
It started with my birth: I’m born, my family is happy and everyone who comes to know of my birth rejoices. I would never know if they were partial to me, and the same would have happened if I were a girl. I find it always intriguing how has baseless gender biases have been prevailing in the world till date;... more
Lately, I’ve been reading books from the “Graphic Guide: Introducing” series and they have been pretty interesting except the one I read on “Romanticism”. I’ve decided that I would be writing a summary of books I read from now; I’ve read close to a dozen of books till now but writing for all of them at the moment doesn’t seem... more
Whether we accept or not, we all have enjoyed getting our work done by emotionally influencing others. It is, mostly, harmless and erupts out of innocent intent. However, at times, we unknowingly push it beyond its bounds and then the repercussions are not positive!
Before emotional manipulation, let’s define guilt. Firstly, it is important to realize that Guilt is not... more