“I will love you until pie runs out of decimal places” – One dummy line I took up sometime back in 2012. For the love of Math, for the love of Einstein and for the love of infinity. Take a chill, celebrate and honour this geeky day- the Pi Day! 3.14.15, being today, is even more special to the math geek fans than you know … Continue reading PI Day 2015 – One In A Millennium!
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First thing first – What is an NGO? A non-governmental organization (NGO) is basically a legally constituted organization which is operated by legal persons who act independently from any government. Today, there are around 40 000 internationally operating NGOs across the world tackling various issues. Some examples are AIESEC, GreenPeace or the UNESCO. In Mauritius, we have around 140 approved NGOs operating… Continue reading Being effective in an NGO.
Originally posted on Precise Edit's Blog:
Given the state of today’s economy, many people are looking for work. Other than the regular crowd of job-seekers, the recent graduates, the job-changers, and the youth seeking jobs while they go to school, the job market is being flooded with people who have been laid off. Companies with positions to fill have many applicants from which to… Continue reading How to Write Your Resume Cover Letter
Originally posted on TechCrunch:
[tc_5min code=”518220191″] Search is outdated. Google steers you to right section of the library, but doesn’t answer your question or compile that answer with others to help you make a decision. Luckily, today Vurb is launching its reinvention of search results in the form of a web and mobile contextual search engine. Rather than forcing you to do multiple searches in… Continue reading Vurb’s Contextual Search Engine Blows Away Those Stupid Lists Of Links
Welcome to Episode 3 of Rant Series 1. Yet another taste of my idiosyncrasy! I salute your desire for knowledge, and its for that purpose I have made this episode longer than usual because I lack the time to make it short. TL;DR You might want to go back to watching that kitten poo on a toilet roll on YouTube, or a Vintage photo of a friend … Continue reading You Can’t Use Computers, and You Should Be Worried! (Rant Series 1, Episode 3)
Washington, D.C. – The State Department today announced a life-changing new policy for Filipinos. Visas will no longer be required to travel to the United States. The policy to take the Philippines off the list of countries whose citizens are required to obtain visas for travel to the U.S. is effective immediately. The new policy comes on the heels of a recent survey showing that an… Continue reading U.S. ANNOUNCES ‘NO VISA’ POLICY FOR FILIPINOS
http://shar.es/TEexm The Philippine Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) has released a list of 25 countries with visa exemptions for Filipinos. These countries include most of the Philippines’ Southeast Asian neighbors, but also Latin American tourist destinations Brazil, Peru, Bolivia and Costa Rica. This message was sent using ShareThis (http://www.sharethis.com) Continue reading Pinoys can visit at least 25 countries without visas – DFA
I welcome you all with the smell of fine apples hanging over the borders of Shady Shenanigan. The thirst of the princely purple wine made of grapes and oranges. A pale blue text written in bold character, emphasised over a white background in a 480×360 layer of a Photoshop CS6 file window saying “Welcome!”. You just don’t step into my world without a taste of my idiosyncrasy! … Continue reading What Exactly Are Schools Really Teaching Anyway? (Rant Series 1, Episode 2)
Welcome to the “official launch” of Rant Series. This is Episode 1, brothers and sisters! A magnifique beginning for such a magnificent series. If you’re reading this right now, then you are destined to be of great success. Whenever people step into my world, I love to share some of my greatness and genuinity with them. So sit tight, relax, read carefully and LEARN! Throughout … Continue reading Please Stop Asking Me To Design Your Posters (Rant Series 1, Episode 1)
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Why some people succeed while others fail to do so. Some will tell you that it’s because of education, finance, the way you do things. These are all good but one important thing, in my opinion, is the motivation behind a task. Sometimes it can be good or not.Lets take a concrete example. We take the candle experiment. So, for those… Continue reading Motivation