Auroville – The universal town in Tamil Nadu, India

Auroville wants to be a universal town where men and women of all countries are able to live in peace and progressive harmony above all creeds, all politics and all nationalities.
Today Auroville is recognised as the first and only internationally endorsed ongoing experiment in human unity and transformation of consciousness, also concerned with – and practically researching into – sustainable living and the future cultural, environmental, social and spiritual needs of mankind.

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Delicious Insect dishes!

Some dishes I photographed during a summer visit to the Pacific Science Center in Seattle:

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No Wifi – Talk to each other! Pretend it’s 1993!

no wifi, talk to each otherDo you remember the days when you used to go to a coffee shop to meet and talk with new people?

Well, it is no longer the case. You go to a coffee shop and you see people with headphones absorbed in their own bubbles or just glued to their smartphone screens!

It takes more efforts these days to strike a conversation with strangers because you have to find the right way not to interrupt or annoy people as you start a conversation.

Often times, I also go to a coffee shop to work and focus and thus I don’t want to talk to new people. But even still, often times I want to take a break and meet/talk to strangers. Continue reading

Microsoft Surface Studio – A cool All-in-one computer but what’s with 6:18?

During the October 2016 Microsoft event, Microsoft announced the Surface Studio all-in-one computer and I really like it! Good job Microsoft!

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But…I could not help but notice the time and the date on the screen poster to be 6:18 (which is also Saturday, June 18th, 2016)…

 

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Any thoughts?

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Landmarks, Museums, Parks, Markets, and other recreational sites

This article contains a collection of various landmarks, museums, parks, markets and other recreational sites that have been featured in this blog:

Cities

Museums

Places