The history of the world according to corn – Chris A. Kniesly – YouTube


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What is wrong


General Message- What is wrong with the world today? Such questions are bound to arise in thinking minds, but often the answers given are not completely honest. Diagnoses given and remedies adopted have all been biased and so the situation remains vague and unresolved. The crux of the matter lies in the correct reinterpretation of … Continue reading What is wrong

The history of the world according to corn – Chris A. Kniesly – YouTube


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Why do we feel nostalgia? – Clay Routledge – YouTube


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29.11.2020 My Weblog


Back to Square One Meaning:  To go back to the beginning; back to the drawing board. I feel Readers like short posts rather than one whole weblog. While Weblog is for self consumption but a Premium Blog is aimed at Readers/ Viewers for their benefit too. So feeling of Going back to Square One is … Continue reading 29.11.2020 My Weblog

Seth Godin’s Newsletter


More popular (and cheap, too) If Harper Lee had written To Kill a Mockingbird today, there’s no doubt that the salesforce and the marketers would have pushed for a catchier title, probably with better SEO. And it’s hard to imagine that Waiting for Godot would have ever been performed on Broadway. On a similar note: What would happen if … Continue reading Seth Godin’s Newsletter