You’ll never walk alone
The Anthropocene Review by John Green is a great podcast and here is one of my favourite episodes.
Books and their private worlds
Illustrated children’s books to beautifully written prose. We love a stack of books because they show us possibilities of several private worlds.
Writing Style Guides and Tips
Images of whiteboard based writing tips from Amazon for good writing along with a list of writing style guides. Useful resources for writers.
The Courtesan, the Mahatma and the Italian Brahmin: Tales from Indian History
If you are new to reading about history in India and want to read interesting things cut down to interesting bits, this would be an ideal book to start with.
“Remote Work” and some questions in the Indian context
Rejoicing remote work culture is great but since its not happening organically or voluntarily, some unpleasant things will happen.
Superheroes: what do they really teach our society?
Imagine the powerful being asked to explain why they should be endowed with such power!
Podcasts I am listening to during a lockdown
A list of podcast I am listening to during the 2020 lockdowns thanks to the global COVID-19 pandemic.
“The Test” is a docu-series that has stories within stories just like a test match
Review of Amazon series on. the Australian cricket team called “The Test”
Night cricket and the slog sweep
1992 Back in late 1991 and early 92, one of his favourite things to do was to wake up early in the morning and listen to radio commentary of test matches between Australia and India. This was during the Indian cricket team’s tour of Australia. Our protagonist was enamored by Sachin Tendulkar, who still was…
The phone screen and distraction
One of the things I started to work on a bit last year was to reduce the number of notifications I get on my phone to checking the phone all the time. The phone is something I use a lot for listening to music (Spotify), making payments and Twitter. I also use it to get…