Whistling woods is like Kalina university when you walk around the corridors or enter the washrooms (oh my) with better crowd, reputed teachers and apparently great equipment. But why you do this with dude washrooms? So scary. Edit: revhuman found … Continue reading Whistling Washrooms
Our Prime Minister makes an appearance (via video-conference) agreeing with the lack of amenities and how together through commercial means we can tackle those issues.
It sucks. Haven’t had a paid leave in 6 months.
How does it begin?
“Are you lost or incompetent?” Says the boss as he chews on the pomfret.
When you reach a point where you begin to resent your colleagues, bosses and eventually and actually yourself thanks to your working environment (or so you think). It is best to pack your stuff and walk away (preferably with permission)
Some fodder for a naive mind.
As we all know, JIO was the new it thing late last year when they announced affordable 4G data plans with free calling forever for users who were struggling for MBs with their 3G data providers.
But that wasn’t the highlight of the deal. Continue reading “Reviewing the benefits of not using JIO.”
What is this YouTube NextUp?
YouTube Next Up is an initiative by (you guessed it) YouTube, where they invite content creators/independent channel owners, train and enable them to get to the next level of YouTube stardom. On their official website they describe the initiative as a platform where the creators…
Learn to create better videos, get more subscribers and take your channel to the next level with the YouTube NextUp contest! Winners attend a weeklong Creator Camp at YouTube Spaces as well as collecting some other sweet prizes.
What are those sweet prizes? Well, their experiences get reviewed & featured by REVHUMAN, of course! Don’t worry there are actual cool prizes too, REVHUMAN is just an (awesome-sauce) add-on. Continue reading “REVHUMAN Reviews: YouTube NextUp Mumbai 2016”
“Humara Sidhant hai, khadi gaadi ko passenger nahi milta, chalti gaadi ko hi milta hai” says Guptaji, who’s been an auto driver for 17 years.
On a ride back home on the eve of the strike, there was a sense of desperation on the streets of Mumbai Continue reading “Reviewing the Rickshaw Strike. (August 31st, 2016)”
The meet began on a tasty note… No pun intended. The meeting began with lunch! As we om nom nomed our ways into the ballroom area of the Leela, Mumbai… we had a rocking AV that welcomed us and took us through Indiblogger’s journey through the past 6 years. With the mood set and the bloggers warmed up, the meet began! Continue reading “Not your ordinary piece of Zindagi – The #JodeyDilonKo experience.”
In life, you always receive one phone call/SMS/E-mail that reminds you that you have a life beyond work. For me firstname.lastname@example.org has become one of those identities. A mail from them reminds me that there is something “extra-curricular” in my (almost non-existential) time-table to look forward to.
With my small stint as a Tech & Web Author at Kenfolios, I have been reading & fascinating about a lot of gadgets and resources. The #HPAndroid was a combo too tempting to turn down, enough for me to tell my colleagues that I won’t be turning up for work on a Saturday. They didn’t refuse as they didn’t care. Continue reading “What made the ‘#HPAndroid Indiblogger Meet’ so awesome.”