Ascending the Andes

Originally posted on the thirdeyeworld:
“After climbing a great hill, one only finds that there are many more hills to climb”. –  Nelson Mandela ? This photo was captured in November 2014 ascending a peak in the Condoriri Valley of Bolivia. After many many months of neglecting this blog, I decided to start it up…

Stay Focused on Your Dreams

Originally posted on Subash Chandran:
There’s no doubt about it, focus is a crucial skill in becoming successful and achieving your dreams; Without it, your productivity will be low and the progress you make towards any goals will be minimal. Plus any work that you do manage to eventually produce won’t be anywhere near the…

My Top 5 books for reading at Christmas

Originally posted on Jade's Bookshelf:
Merry Christmas bookish people! Every year I try to read something Christmas-related on the day itself (because I often find myself with a spare few hours with nothing to do). I’ve chosen 5 books that make for good reading during the festive season, either before or on Christmas, or…

Using iPod touch 2nd generation in 2017

Originally posted on SpaceForFreedom:
Last week, I finally got my hands on a used iPod touch 2nd generation. I found cheap one sold in one of the online commerce site. I didn’t have a chance to play with the iPod touch in its heyday, back when iPod was still cool, so I took this opportunity…

The benefits of free time

Originally posted on Mind's Sanctuary:
So most of you guys who have just survived the final-term exam are enjoying your free time. Damn it. The feeling of guilt for squandering my time, the feeling of remorseful for not doing well in my exam, the feeling of discontented for not satisfying my wanderlust,… Those vexing…

How to reduce waste?

Originally posted on PALAMPUR PANORAMA:
? Disposal of garbage is a huge problem being faced by urban India. one of its solution is to reduce the amount of waste produced. We should categorize our waste biodegradable and non-biodegradable. the biodegradable waste can be changed into compost, as they get decomposed and get changed into manure.…

The Spiral North Pole of Mars

Originally posted on Route Mars:
Why is there a spiral around the North Pole of Mars? Each winter this pole develops a new outer layer about one meter thick composed of carbon dioxide frozen out of the thin Martian atmosphere. This fresh layer is deposited on a water-ice layer that exists year round. Strong winds…