Books I have read in the past year (March 2022 — March 2023)
I read regularly and voraciously. Over the past year these are some of the books I have read and all of them I enjoyed: Thinking, Fast and Slow by Daniel Kahneman (one of the most cognitively demanding books I have ever read) Deep Work by Cal Newport (although I didn’t…
Microsoft is an American technology company which specializes in computer software and hardware as well as electronics. It is one of the oldest and largest technology companies in the world and its diverse products are market leaders in their respective fields. The name Microsoft is an abbreviation of the words…
Linux is a free and open source operating system kernel. It is one of the most prominent examples of free and open source software. The Linux kernel is developed by founder Linus Torvalds and his team distributed across the world. The name Linux is an abbreviation of “Linus’ Unix”. Unix…
Thoughts about computers
Thoughts about computers Linux is the one thing that has been with me since my childhood, from running early versions of Ubuntu Linux on my first computer. I prefer Apple for desktop and mobile because the integration is seamless, but for servers, personal projects and experimentation Linux is the way to go. Raspberry Pis are an affordable cheap and portable way to get Linux computers.
Nature and healing
Nature and healing Ecotherapy is a good way to help heal yourself from mental and physical ailments. Combining it with nature photography makes it even more powerful. I love taking walks around my local parks, appreciation for the wildlife and the flora which I love taking photos of.
A little introduction to Buddhism in my own words
A little introduction to Buddhism in my own words Buddhism is a philosophical system or a science of the mind. It was founded by the Buddha or the ‘Awakened One’ who lived and taught in India around 2500 years ago. The first and one of the core teachings of the Buddha are the Four Noble Truths: the reality of stress, the cause of stress, the cessation of stress and the Path leading to the cessation of stress.