I believe for most people their journey with Notion would have started after watching some productivity guru on YouTube or reading someone sing praises of Notion on Twitter. But not me. I got to know about Notion in a very different way.

Back in June 2018, I was a Sofware…


2020 marks 100 years since the publication of Agatha Christie’s first novel, The Mysterious Affair at Styles —the book that introduced Hercule Poirot to the world.

I remember I first read a Christie mystery in the sixth grade when I discovered Poirot in the yellow-paged books of our school’s library…


Before you read this, I believe it’s important to note my personal history with Apple. Ever since I got my first iPod back in 2009, I have been in love with Apple products. Like any Apple fanatic, I’ve regarded Steve Jobs with a sort of reverence usually reserved for rock…


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Genre: Self-Help, Spirituality, Personal Development

The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari, is the story of a very successful litigator, Julian Mantle, who realizes the importance of life beyond material gains and turns into a Monk. He is forced to confront the spiritual crisis of his out-of-balance life when his high…


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Genre: Non-Fiction, Behavioral Economics, Human Nature

My goal, by the end of this book, is to help you fundamentally rethink what makes you and the people around you tick. I hope to lead you thereby presenting a wide range of scientific experiments, findings, and anecdotes that are in many cases…


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Genre: Fiction, Quest, Drama

Reading this book simply for the plot would be akin to viewing Starry Night as globs of paint — losing at least 70% of the beauty Coehlo truly presents. With a dreamy and pensive writing style, the author weaves into the storyline multiple sage concepts that…


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Genre: Fantasy Fiction

The first of Shiva Trilogy, The Immortals of Meluha is based on the belief that perhaps the actions, deeds, and karma are the only determining factors to metamorphose an ordinary man to a god-like figure or God! Amish Tripathi in his book attempts to humanize the Hindu…


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Genre: Business, Personal Finance

I was first suggested this book by a friend about 3 years ago. I started reading it but got distracted midway. A couple of months ago I read it finally, probably because I am more interested in personal finance now than when I was a student…


I believe this quarantine has given us all an opportunity to practice the best of healthy habits, be more aware of the things around us, slow down and appreciate things we have always taken for granted, be motivated by compassion and innovation and take time to do things we have…


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One would expect that writing code which any programmer can read and understand would be an inherent skill of software developers. The fact is that only 20% of programmers have this ability. The code that you are writing must be understood not only by the machine but also by humans…

Srishti Chaudhary

A 23-year-old software developer, an avid reader, and an aspiring writer. Interested in ‘all things tech’.

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