“You don’t own ‘web 3.0’. The VCs and LPs do. It will never escape their incentives. It’s ultimately a centralised entity with a different label. Know what you are getting into”. – a tweet by Jack Dorsey. “Has anyone seen web 3? I can’t find it”. – a tweet by Elon Musk. As soon as these tweets surface on the internet Web 3.0 becomes a new sensation. Different mouths have different words, for some, it is a new-age internet, revolution underway, internet of the future while for some it is a scam, buzzword. Can we consider this a change – … Continue reading Web 3.0 – A Buzzword, Scam, or Revolution Underway.
5G gains significant publicity. Despite this, the uncertainty in the transition from 4G to 5G remains the hot topic to discuss along with its benefits, health impacts, impacts on business and economy, etc. The fast pace of implementation of 5G technology by many countries certainly takes the globe in a technological advancement era. The journey from voice calls to video streaming is an example of improved technology and better possibilities in every sector. The introduction of 5G must be proved to be a milestone in technology advancement. It is way more effective and technical than 4G which brought higher internet … Continue reading The Advantages of 5G
5G is the fifth generation of cellular networks which a few cellular phone companies started deploying worldwide in 2019. Delivering up to 10-20 Gigabits-per-seconds (Gbps) peak data rates and 100+ Megabits-per-seconds (Mbps) average data rates, 5G is almost up to 100 times faster than 4G. It creates never-before-seen opportunities for business and people and promises more than just a faster network. Faster connectivity speeds, redefining the network, transforming industries and day-to-day life, greater bandwidth, etc. builds a bridge to the future. A future which is more sustainable and more tech-savvy. Some of the services by 5G such as e-health, improved … Continue reading What is 5G? Everything to Know About 5G.
Humans are the best, strongest, and intelligent creatures on this earth. The tendency of feeling, thinking, smiling, expressing, and accepting differentiates them from other creatures. Everything on this earth plants, trees, herbs, shrubs, animals, birds, insects including humans communicates. The means of communication can be different but the essence is the same. Different species communicate in different languages, let’s say in their languages, which is accompanied by their behaviour or we can say their communication determines their behaviour or vice-versa. Humans have added advantages of smiling, speaking different languages, expressing themselves through words and gestures. Each communication is important even … Continue reading Why is Communication Important for Human Life?
The gradual shift from depending on agriculture for livelihood to a fast-moving lifestyle brings innovations and changes in almost every way. Conversation, behaviours, attitude, habits, dependencies, food habits almost everything changes over the time and becomes a trend. Healthy diets, healthy food habits, and healthy lifestyles are quite trendy these days. Even they should be. Food habits win the toss to be a major deciding player for good health. Ready-to-eat food (mostly processed food) categories make a firm position in society parallel to purchasing fresh vegetables either from farms/farmers or from vendors. Gradually, processed food gets a reputation as a … Continue reading Processed Food and Its Health Risks.
I am probably not capable of doing this. What if I mess up? What will people say? Actually, I am an underperformer. I am not smart enough to handle this or that. Aren’t these sound like questioning one’s judgement? Of course they are. Everyone of us must have listened to an internal voice that plays with our psyche and flakes away our confidence and shakes a leg with doubts. Such doubts quiver one’s actions, abilities, thoughts, etc., and hence gives birth to self-doubt. Self-doubt, from the dictionary, is a lack of faith in oneself. Would it be alright to consider … Continue reading Self-Doubt: Lets Win It Together
“Work is worship”, “the more you work the more you earn” certainly these are not only proverbs to pass on to generations but have been practised for centuries. Long working hours and working hard for livelihood have been common in practise in almost every century but there must be no such terms to define these practises. The term workaholism has been coined in 1971 by Wayne E. Oates with the definition “uncontrollable need to work incessantly” and identified as an addiction very similar to gambling, sex, and alcoholism. Oates further explains a workaholic as “a person whose need for … Continue reading Workaholism: The Addiction of This Century.
Imagine waking up at 4 am and 5 am. Shocked? Not a big deal most of us will be. For us, morning sleep is the loveliest event not to compromise with. Despite loving the sunrise and sun kisses we hate to wake up early. But honestly, we all agree that the morning is serene, beautiful, tranquil, and soothing, aren’t we? Is it really impossible or insane to get up at 5 am or even earlier in the morning? Think of the complacency of relief on getting up early in the morning, say 4 am or 5 am, before anything is … Continue reading Wake Up Early to Boost Your Day.
In some conversations we may have encountered with sentences like ‘hey, you are doing great, congratulations for achieving all this at a young age but I was younger than you’, ‘you know, for me, everything is easy because I am way more experienced than others’, ‘I am the only one capable or eligible for this work’. These may sound self-obsessed, self-centered, and proudly stated. Actually, these are too proudly stated. Bragging means to talk too proudly about something one owns or something one has done. The primary focus always remains on achievements instead of hard work and efforts. It also … Continue reading Are You in the Habit of Bragging?
Virtualisation is creating a virtual version of something i.e. converting physical IT resources into virtual IT resources. IT resources like servers, storage, network, power can be virtualised. Virtualisation process starts with the allocation of IT resources followed by the installation of an operating system. Virtualisation software operates on a physical server called a host or physical host. Virtualisation software sometimes called a Virtual Machine Monitor/Manager (VMM) or commonly as a Hypervisor and its functionality encompasses system services that are strictly related to virtual machine management that does not find on standard operating systems. This technology also enables different virtual servers … Continue reading Virtualisation Technology: An Overview