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Hours Spent Reading Around the World

I have been reading a lot these days, especially after sign-up for the 40 Book a Year challenge on GoodReads. I should be done by the month of September and am looking to hitting 50 books this year. Thats almost a book a week, and I could not be happier. This infographic also speaks volumes, […]

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Fingall and the Viking Saga

The Viking incursions of the United Kingdoms was possibly one the major events that impacted trade and culture in Europe. Folks who have been following the series – Vikings about the norsemen and how they changed politics in England would be interested in a new series by James Nelson.

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Amazon Unlimited and Kindle

Reading to me is a lifelong practice, and I have already written about it some time back on this blog. Over a period of time, my family has been accumulating a series of books … so much so that, it was hightime we did a spring cleaning of our house to make some space (now […]

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Food for Thought: Series II

I had shared some noteworthy articles last month and decided that it’s a good habit to keep up. Search: Not Provided: What Remains, Keyword Data Options, the Future What happens to SEO efforts and Digital marketing when one of your major chunks (organic keyword level data) is not available. Avinash Kaushik gives advice on how […]

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Food for Thought

The Slow Winter A hilarious take on Moore’s Law. If you have studied hardware and transistors, then definitely read through this article. Do note, that it’s a PDF document. What is Moore’s Law? … well Moore’s law is the observation that, over the history of computing hardware, the number of transistors on integrated circuits doubles […]

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Reading as a lifelong practice

During my formative years, my parents took pains to ensure that I got access to a lot of books. As a baby I used to happily tear out pages from a book; the only reason my parents must have restrained themselves from taking that book away from me was the hope that one day I […]