After the US decided to scrap open and free internet policies last week, the world is feeling the heat. Net Neutrality, as the name implies, is a framework for the internet which is based on the accessible and free use of the internet. Former US President Barack Obama had a supportive stance towards Net Neutrality from the onset of his presidential campaign in 2007, pledging … Continue reading Net Neutrality and India | Hri-Write
I write this on the day of officially migrating my blog to WordPress after its two-year tenure on Google Blogger, where it first reached 32000 pageviews. This is truly a feat that I could have never fathomed, and I feel grateful to have achieved it. As I introspect, I realize that blogging has been a great outlet for me, not only to express my opinion, but … Continue reading How to start your own blog
I usually don’t do a lot of tech blogs, personally because I feel there’s so many out there, but this one, I simply cannot avoid. This is a website you definitely should check out, and it’s one that after a long while I can vouch for as the most ingenious app/service devised yet. What is IFTTT? IFTTT, a clever acronym for ‘If This, Then That.’, … Continue reading Tech Spotlight: Why you should be using IFTTT right now!
Every second you spend on the Internet, you’re actively involved in painting a digital picture of yourself. This portrait helps companies target content at specific markets and consumers, helps employers look into your background, and helps advertisers track your movements across multiple websites. Whatever you do online, you might be leaving digital footprints behind. (http://www.internetsociety.org/your-digital-footprint-matters) In short, your digital footprint is everything you do online. … Continue reading Why your digital footprint matters