It can be difficult for people to find a way how to follow your blog and losing people interested in reading your blog is not something you can afford. Although, you can customize a follow button in side bar of the blog, it can still go unseen. A pop-up should be up on your blog … Continue reading Why your blog SHOULD have a subscription pop-up
Snapseed ( Android & iOS ) It is a free app on the Playstore as well as iTunes. The best thing about Snapseed is the number of controls it gives you to play around with your photograph. There is an option of 'Curves' which lets you alter the RGB tones in the pictures, this is … Continue reading Two must-have free editing apps that I recommend
Disability is not a curse. Disability is not a disease. India is a home to over 100 million persons with disabilities as well as 100 million elderly people. Despite of knowing these facts and figures, there’s little that’s being done to cater to the special needs of these sections of the population. Moreover, in this … Continue reading India’s first lifestyle app for people with Disabilities & Special Needs
The first blogging and internet marketing workshop of North East was held in Guwahati on the 29th and 30th of June 2017. Organised by an independent blog based in the city- Snoozepost (snoozepost.com) in association with ETC. The two day workshop covered everything related to internet content creation, from setting up a blog to running … Continue reading First Blogging & Internet marketing workshop in North-East India
Unboxing, you get a 2A Samsung charger, a USB cable, a warranty card ( keep this close), Samsung earphones, quick start guide to help you get familiar with the device, regional lock guide & SAR certification information. Samsung Galaxy A9 Pro is a 6-inch smartphone with an extensively powerful Li-Ion non-removable battery of 5000mAh. Galaxy … Continue reading Samsung Galaxy A9 Pro: Unboxing and hands on review
Hey, everyone! Do you remember the series of Real people, Real stories? If not, then check out the previous ones here, Real people, Real stories - 1 ( Anant Saini, India ) Real people, Real stories - 2 ( Alessio Grassi, Italy ) Real people, Real stories - 3 ( Martijn van Steenbergen, Netherlands ) Real people, … Continue reading Real People, Real Stories (part 5)
Reading the Anne Frank's Diary dated back to 1940s. It's her personal diary in which she writes about her days spent in hiding as a Jewish under the Hitler's rule. Spending years in a hidden office in an old rusty building with just bare minimum resources needed for survival. Though there are a lot of … Continue reading Thoughts while reading Anne Frank’s Diary
Kathy Griffin took part in a photo shoot with photographer Tyler Shields in which facsimile of Donald Trump’s decapitated head was portrayed. Though the photo was meant for comedy purposed it didn't turn out to be funny at all. The gory photo went live on 30 May 2017 and received instant tweets like "evil" and "wrong". … Continue reading Kathy Griffin shares a photo of Trump’s bloody head
You are Brave!
If someone tells you can't do it, you need to stop listening to them asap. Even though they have a reason to say so, there's no one in the universe that can stop you except you yourself. Kites fly the highest against the wind, not along.