Striving with Contextual speakers

“Are you connected to WiFi?, isn’t it slow?”

First part of above sentence is objectively denotes ‘WiFi’. The second part contextually denotes ‘WiFi’ through the word – ‘it’.

According Merriam-Webster, Context is defined as,

The parts of a discourse that surround a word or passage and can throw light on its meaning

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Improving productivity through task rotation

As a norm, a corporate employer mostly assign a task to an employee which he is least suited for. The employer is forced to do the task. say documentation, even though its not at all suited for him.  I’m not saying that documentation is boring thing to do or insignificant thing to do in a project, documentation is not suitable for the guy that we are talking about. Continue reading “Improving productivity through task rotation”

Democracy, a silver bullet?

I’m a big fan of Democratic government. Went to war, in cyber world, with my friends whenever they say Saudi Arabia/China style of government is better than D-government. I’m pro-democracy because I believe in free will of humans.

So far, every dictator has ruled the people, crushed the basic rights in the name of religion, communism, socialism et al. We are not animals to be herded by some dictator. On the other end of spectrum, Continue reading “Democracy, a silver bullet?”

Meme, an irresponsible journalism

We, at-least I, never heard of a word memes, 4 years back. And now-a-days I’m receiving around 10-15 memes everyday through WhatsApp groups and another handful in Facebook pages. The Wikipedia states that it was coined 41 years ago.  With affordable internet and spike in user count, it became Lingua Franca in the Social Media. It’s a living (!!) Continue reading “Meme, an irresponsible journalism”

Political Conundrum & infoSec bleep

In TN, ever since the demise of former CM Jayalalitha, people are actively listening to news and understanding the political affairs.The surprise is the age group(18-35) which were drifted away from political spectrum until recent times, started following the day-to-day affairs. Even the Amit media paid attention after a massive protest in marina. The protest involving more than Million people, was organized through the Social media – Whatsapp, Facebook and Twitter.

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Hydra named Online Piracy

In our country, especially in the state of TN, for the last 5-6 decades, film stars are enjoying popularity like no other industry. The box office for the year stands at USD 230M, even though the government regulated price @ $2 or 120/-.  Yet, there is a rampage support for piracy. Why is it so?

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