Shutting down internet is curtailing of free speech + destroying people's lives. Neither is acceptable in a democracy. Internet, like electricity, water, and air is a fundamental requirement for life.
SBI Yono app. Horrible interface, extreme ineptitude aside - can't raise a dispute for a UPI transaction because of programming error. Lost 165
Zomato - didn't refund an order I immediately cancelled + environment impact of plastic
This Is How To Be Resilient: 4 Secrets To Grit When Life Gets Hard - Barking Up The Wrong Tree
Being resilient is about how you deal with strong emotions in the moment. Here's what the research says can help you handle feelings and keep going...
Mistakes happen and people die. But, it would be stupid not to learn from others' mistakes. This is a post written for young doctors, but may also be useful for a lot of older doctors (and non-doctors).
Good to know. Any links?
Intermediary liability is a discussion we have to seriously do at this moment. We can't let government or big platforms set the context or discourse. Especially folks who are here because of BirdSite's lack of accountability to anyone should read this and engage.
The best thing about Bangalore Airport bus is that it doesn't stop anywhere.
Including the stop you want to board at.
It is proven! I am asdofindia on Keybase: https://keybase.io/asdofindia/sigchain#ac2b011ee430e0b9bd3f2987bea17ddf68bfe6adec8dcf8425c546e4dc11b8890f
@email@example.com Eh. My comment was general. I believe anyone who is engaging even by boosting or favouriting is doing more work than the majority :D @piratesin
I'm not sure if it is just not working in a hierarchy that is an issue. There is also the problem of "working" in general. Ha ha. If made easy to complain, there will be a lot of people willing to join the party. But what does democratic politics mean to people who aren't used to thinking about policies or working towards solutions?