CELEBRATING 100th ARTICLE WITH MY 100 FELLOW BLOGGERES!! 

This is a big moment for me. This is my 100th post with more than 100 wordpress followers ( 104 followers ;)). Thank you so much guys, thanks for all your support, thanks to all those famous wordpress bloggers who supported me, gave answers to many silly questions of mine. My blog has got 2 100’s this time.  So this post has got some significance and this post should be big.

For that reason I have decided to link all my favourite articles on my blog. Damn this is too tough to select few from 100, all 100 are my favourite, let’s see how many I choose. Here we go..

Well before you read my favourite posts, let me tell you something. All those you are about read are those which are most interesting and fascinating things I shared on my blog since I started, everything I learnt, every fascinating thing I shared, every award I got. Thanks to all my followers and readers of my blog. Hey you know what all these lines are to be written at the bottom, but I have a doubt that you may not reach the bottom scrolling all the way down 😉 that’s a huge list with full of cool, fascinating, informatic and interesting stuff. Trust me that’s worth reading.

Thanks for bearing me😜😜 keep reading my blog and keep bearing me… 😜😜

“On virtual reality”. My first ever post

3D Printing

Quantum Dots

Piezoelectric effect

6 Degrees of separation

Tips to choose a smart phone

On 4D printing
Northern lights
On origin of our Universe
On mirrors flipping our image
How touch screen works
Light pollution
What’s mass?
Where did wind come from
On Windows 10
Abdul Kalam
Fast charging
The most radioactive places on earth
Warmhole, the fastest transport
Display resolution vs pixels
Are we both seeing the same colour?
What’s a Dimension?
What’s the colour of a mirror?
Can we go faster than light?
Recording dreams
50 follow;)
Nature of time
Most luxurious cars 2015
3D sound
IOS9
The dream smart phone, Saygus
Worlds roundest object
Quantum computing
Total marvel story
Microsoft hologram
Ferrari F80
Dark matter
Entrepreneurship
Black hole
Quantum dots?
Drones
The company Pebble..
Award
Award 2
Award 3
Wow, now how was the ride on this big article? Let me know…

BLOGGER RECOGNITION AWARD!!!

Firstly many thanks to “LifeMyntras” By Damini for this award. LifeMyntras is a fantastic blog, do check it out.https://lifemyntras.wordpress.com/

What’s this award? 

Well this award is an extension of gratitude  to all those people who make your news feed exciting!

So now, here are the rules for your reference:

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Rules

Select 15 other blogs you want to give the award to.
Remember you can´t nominate yourself or the person who has nominated you. Lets give a chance to other bloggers! Write a post to show off your award! Give a brief story of how your blog got started, and give one or two advice to new bloggers. Thank the person who nominated you, and provide a link to their blog.
List who you’ve nominated in the post. Make sure to also attach the award itself! (You can do this by right-clicking, saving, and uploading the image above).
Let the bloggers know you’ve nominated them by providing a link to the award post you created.

The story of my Blog

Well… This is the most interesting part in this post. I started this blog on April 4th 2015 ;). I started this blog to share my views, ideas, thoughts and mostly the Interesting Cool stuff which fascinates and gives us Information on various fields in fast growing Science and Technology. Scientists predict that in old times kowledge of humans doubles for every 1500 years and now for every 12 months the knowledge doubles. Alright that is quite a bit off topic, this blog exists because, this is the platform to interact with people and their ideas worldwide, which fetches me to improve my knowledge and may be their too.

Advice to new bloggers 

I am not so well experienced blogger, though I have a few suggestions. Concentrate on the content you “write” not the videos you present because people open wordpress to read content not to view videos, try to write constantly, interact with people and know some new things, tag your posts correctly…

Nominations

Congratulations you are nominated, everyone who read this is nominated, because this is blogger recognition award and it is damn tough to nominate 15 bloggers.

What might be the future of Indian “ENTREPRENEURSHIP”?

Why are highly paid workers in an industry that does lucrative contract work for multinationals jumping ship? It’s the same dynamic as you observe in the United States.  Entrepreneurs start their companies when they are, on average, 39 years of age. They have 10 to 15 years of work experience and ideas for products that solve real customer problems; they get tired of working for jerk bosses; and they want to build wealth before they retire.  So they defy their fear of failure and take the plunge into entrepreneurship.

Dozens of tech-service industry workers who had become entrepreneurs. A surprisingly high proportion weren’t developing products for their former customers, but were instead looking inward to solve India’s problems. The one such enterpreneur was K. Chandrasekhar, of Forus health.

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“Chandrasekhar learned that that the vast majority of the 12 million people in India who are blind could have maintained their sight if only their problems had been diagnosed and treated on time. The diagnostic equipment for a single hospital cost at least US$60,000—which put it out of the reach of most regional clinics—and required ophthalmologists to perform the diagnosis. Chandrasekhar and Forus cofounder Shyam Vasudev decided to leave their jobs as senior executives at NXP Semiconductor (an offshoot of Philips) to create an affordable, all-in-one intelligent pre-screening device that is non-invasive and can be used by minimally trained technicians in rural India. The device provides an indicative report in 10 minutes for five major eye-related problems, including diabetic retina. This frees the doctor up to treat patients rather than administer tests. The product costs less than $15,000, and Forus expects the price to drop to half that in volume production”.

Another impressive entrepreneur at the event was “Vishal Gondal”.  In youth entrepreneurship, Gondal is the Bill Gates of India. He dropped out of college to start his first company when he was 16, and launched his big success—Indiagames—when he was 23. He sold part of his company for a multi-million dollar sum 2005. He now mentors young entrepreneurs and invest in startups via his fund called Sweat & Blood Venture Group.

But college-dropout tech entrepreneurs like Gondal are extremely rare in India. Most make the wise choice to complete their education before joining a startup. So far, the biggest inhibitor of youth entrepreneurship in India has been the social stigma associated with failure and the low social esteem bestowed on startups.

It also used to be that nearly all the graduates of India’s prestigious Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs) would join investment banks or take senior positions in the outsourcing industry. Given the huge salaries these workers commanded, entrepreneurship was out of the question.

And it isn’t just the Indians who are seeing opportunity in India.

A American women Valerie Rozycki had always wanted to be an entrepreneur and was keenly interested in emerging markets while a student at Stanford University. She believed India’s growing economy would provide great opportunities for someone like her. She had an idea to build a mobile engagement platform based on dialing numbers or “missed calls” (most Americans are not familiar with the concept of “missed calls”, but in the developing world, they are a common way of sending a short message: “I’m on my way home”, “pick me up”, “I love you”, etc.). So, in February 2010 she started a company called ZipDial, in Bangalore. The company leverages “missed calls” in marketing campaigns—to log votes.

Valerie clearly has many great opportunities in Silicon Valley. When asked by an interviewer that, what a (white) gal like her was doing in a place like Bangalore, she smiled and said, “when all of the action is in Bangalore, who needs Silicon Valley?”

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