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  1. To whoever needs to hear this today, you're doing okay. You'll be fine. You will survive. This isn't a story about that prodigy in school who could solve calculus at the age of 10. This is neither about that boy who fought against all odds to become successful. This isn't about the over-achievers. It's about the rest of us. The rest of us who struggle every day with comparisons and self-doubt. Ankush Bahuguna TED Talk Our societal conditioning forces us to believe that there's only one way to live life – to run the race, race past everyone else and be the most successful person this world has ever known. I've hated myself for most of my life for not being able to keep up with constant competition with my peers, for not meeting the unrealistic standards I set for myself. But the last few months have been different. I've slowly come to terms with the fact that my idea of success may be different from the rest of the world and how comparing my journey to someone else's is unnecessary mental stress. That's why when DAV College, Chandigarh invited me to give a TEDx talk, I just knew what I was going to talk about. Because I know, there are many more people out there, who constantly struggle with the idea of ambition and competition just like me. People who may need reassurance that I never got in my formative years. Give this a watch. Even if it helps a handful of you to see your future in a new light, I'd consider this talk successful. Now, don't misunderstand me when I say being average is absolutely alright. I don't mean to deride hard work and hustle. That's all that has got me where I am. What I would definitely say is that it is okay for people to not be the best and more importantly, to not have aspirations to be the best at what they do. We decide what we make of our lives and it's alright if it's not monumental. The one important thing to remember, I'd say, is to be financially independent. Don't take decisions that you think are right, take decisions you really believe in. Everything else will fall into place, eventually.
  2. Apple I was the first computer hand-built by Steve Wozniak way back in 1976 originally for $666 (Rs 47,000) where it came with a board that could be hooked to a TV and keyboard. The original computer never came with a casing which is why this particular version was sold in a briefcase. © Wikipedia Commons Today, the same computer was sold at an auction for $471,000 (Rs 3.3 Crore) and came with a built-in keyboard, original manuals, a handful of magazines with articles about the Apple I. The auctioned piece also came with compatible hardware such as an SWTPC PR-40 dot matrix printer, extremely rare photocopies of the original Apple founding paperwork and other items. © YouTube Nobody knows the exact number of Apple I computers that were made; however, some estimate only a total of around 200 devices were made. As of today, only 68 such computers exist in the world according to the Apple-I Registry run by enthusiasts. This particular Apple I computer that was auctioned off has been listed as number 10. The Apple I plays a significant role in Apple's history as it was the first product that helped in financing the creation of the company. Production of the Apple I was discontinued on September 30th, 1977 and was felled by its successor in the same year. © Wikipedia Commons According to the Apple I Registry “Both Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak have stated that Apple did not assign serial numbers to the Apple l. Several boards have been found with numbered stickers affixed to them, which appear to be inspection stickers from the PCB manufacturer/assembler. “ Source: TechCrunch, Christies
  3. According to a report by Bloomberg, Apple has started to finalise locations for its first retail store that is set to open in India soon. The report said that the company has 'redoubled its efforts' in India to open its first store in an upscale location. © Pexels The first location is said to be in Mumbai and will probably be at a site similar to iconic locations such as Orchard Street in Singapore, Regent Street in London and Gift Avenue in New York. Currently, Apple sells its products via authorised partners only, as the company did not meet local manufacturing and sourcing requirements. Apple has now increased manufacturing in India and is currently in talks with the Government for a retail store, the report says. Wistron's factory application for a new $1 billion factory in India was recently approved by the country's IT ministry, which means Apple will soon have an additional manufacturing unit here in India. The new factory will be manufacturing Apple's iPhone 8, in addition to the iPhone SE, 6S, and AirPods. Additionally, the Foxconn project is also in progress, which could be commissioned to assemble the rest of the iPhone line-up including the new iPhone XS, XS Max and XR © Pexels “India is a very important market in the long term,” Cook said after the company's earnings report last week. “It's a challenging market in the short term, but we're learning a lot. We plan on going in there with sort of all of our might.” Last month, Apple slashed prices for the iPhone XR and offered a price cut of Rs 17,000. The price cut resulted in good sale numbers for Apple's latest smartphone and it seems like Apple is gearing up for a far more competitive strategy. Source: Bloomberg
  4. With a brand new season of 'Game Of Thrones', comes a brand new opening sequence that holds a few clues about forthcoming events. The new season comes after almost two years and this time around, the opening sequence has been overhauled completely. The opening sequence does focus on key locations like previous sequences, but there were plenty of additions to the opening sequence in the premiere episode of the final season. If you haven't seen the first episode of the final season, this is your only warning about spoilers that we will talk about below. © HBO It's probably the most detailed opening sequence we've ever seen and the creators may have embedded a few clues that might unfold in future episodes. Here are some of the new spots we noticed and what they might mean: The Wall Is Broken © HBO We all know that Viserion broke The Wall last season under the Night King's control and the broken wall comes right in the beginning of the opening sequence. However, we all knew that moment from the previous season and the clue seems to be somewhere else. © HBO As soon as the animation of the wall falling is completed, we see the Last Hearth overtaken by ice extremely quickly. This may just be a clue to show how swiftly the Last Hearth will fall to the Night King in the next episode. The Winterfell Crypts © HBO This is the first time an opening sequence of GOT shows the interiors of Winterfell. In fact, it's also the first time we get to see the crypts below Winterfell for the first time. There have been leaks in the past two years that suggest the crypts have a major role to play during the Long Night. In the season premiere of the final season, the crypts are also the location where Samwell Tarly tells Jon about his true identity. The crypts are also where the Starks keep their dead and it may play a larger role when the Night King finally arrives at Winterfell. It is quite possible that the Night King may resurrect the dead Starks if things aren't going his way. It's just a theory but it is a very plausible one. These tunnels are going to be important this season and we can't wait to find out why. The Weirwood Tree © HBO The opening sequence then moves to the Weirwood Tree once it is done showing Winterfell in all its glory. The signature tree with red leaves is where many major moments of GOT took place. Jon reunited with Sansa and Bran spends most of his time there to have visions. The tree is also said to have the power to destroy wights which may be the reason for its importance in the opening sequence. We don't know yet how the magic of the Weirwood Tree works but it may just come handy in the upcoming battle. King's Landing © HBO When the opening sequence pans to an animated version of King's Landing, there are three dragon heads shown right before we get a glimpse of the Iron Throne. This may be a hint towards one of the two Targaryens possibly ruling over the capital of Westeros. The baffling bit is that the intro shows three dragons, and we already know that Viserion is under Night King's control. Is the third dragon's head just symbolic or has it been added purposely for a reason? © HBO We also get to see inside King's Landing in the opening sequence with a special focus on the Iron Throne. There is a sigil of a lion right above the throne denoting the current house Lannister's rule. This sigil may change in future episodes once Cersei loses power and is overthrown by one of her enemies. We can only know for sure when the final seasons ends in five weeks.
  5. The trailer of Karan Johar's magnum opus project 'Kalank' dropped yesterday, and so did our jaws after we saw how the movie is basically an ode to some of the classic Bollywood movies. In case you missed it, you can watch the trailer here. Is it just me or you too felt like it was basically most of us copying our friend's assignment, and making subtle changes in it before submission? The trailer didn't give us anything that we haven't seen before. Especially this particular train scene from the movie. Oops! Sorry, we got confused. This one we meant. © Dharma Productions But, how else can one board a train, right? Well, this 'iconic' scene and a few more have now turned into internet's favourite meme and we are guilty of laughing at them. The dialogues that were meant to move us are now leaving us in splits. © Dharma Productions From trolling engineers, exam pressure to IPL, none were spared during the process of making memes and probably that's what we love about desi Twitter, they don't differentiate. Career choices explained. #KalankTrailer pic.twitter.com/NmCd9lI9dk — Bollywood Gandu (@BollywoodGandu) April 3, 2019 Everytime:#kalanktrailer pic.twitter.com/I91rVNmlls — Anshul Mahajan (@2794_anshul) April 3, 2019 #KalankTrailer RBI : Don't share your banking password with anyone Me : pic.twitter.com/haAodJGJgM — Sagar (@sagarcasm) April 3, 2019 #KalankTrailer RBI : Don't share your banking password with anyone Me : pic.twitter.com/haAodJGJgM — Sagar (@sagarcasm) April 3, 2019 The reason why I accept all terms and conditions without reading it#KalankTrailer pic.twitter.com/E5tRQfbq31 — Desi Tom Cruise (@desitomcruise) April 3, 2019 #KalankTrailer *Whenever RCB play match in ipl this season.* pic.twitter.com/3LVIG5fRTY — Memes Of Wasseypur (@WasseypurMemes) April 3, 2019 IPL All Season Explained. #kalanktrailer #MIvCSK pic.twitter.com/SpgZ9eh1oO — Prashant (@prashant_7_) April 3, 2019 When relative gives me money..#KalankTrailer pic.twitter.com/yq6nGKN2o8 —ð°ï¸man (@_single_ladka_) April 3, 2019 Salman to his girlfriends:#KalankTrailer pic.twitter.com/itQZ7PXTMa — CHEEKUð (@Okay_Bye___) April 3, 2019 Karan Johar copying his own assignment like.. #KalankTrailer #memes #gags #funny #comedy #memeodtheday pic.twitter.com/qXPu2MMhAM — Bewakoof.com (@bewakoof) April 4, 2019 Directed by Abhishek Varman, 'Kalank' is a period drama set in the 1940s (during the time of partition) and stars Alia Bhatt, Varun Dhawan, Aditya Roy Kapur, Sonakshi Sinha, Madhuri Dixit, Kunal Khemu and Sanjay Dutt, and is releasing on April 17.
  6. They say a true man is shaped not only by his success, or his wealth but also by the goodness that's in his heart. It's not determined by his possessions but only if he shares them with the world for the betterment of mankind. Hollywood, for one, is blessed with philanthropists who have gone the extra mile to give back to the society to be remembered for their goodness. Here are five Hollywood icons who continue their efforts of making the world a better place, one good thing at a time: George Clooney George Clooney is well known for his engagement to stop the human rights atrocities in the Darfur region of Sudan. Clooney founded the Not On Our Watch with his 'Ocean's 11' co-stars Don Cheadle, Matt Damon, and Brad Pitt, and producer Jerry Weintraub, which works to uplift the suffering populations of Sudan. His charity has donated millions of dollars to help those suffering in the region. Clooney was named the United Nations Messenger of Peace in 2008, to help raise public awareness, and support for the U.N's peacekeeping efforts around the world. Hugh Jackman The Wolverine star started The Laughing Man Foundation, which through its chain of coffee shops, supports coffee farming communities across the world by investing in programs that focus on health, growth, and success for coffee farmers and their families. Started after a promise made by the star to his friend, an Ethiopian coffee farmer, Dukale and his family, the Foundation works for supporting the production of sustainable coffee and communities associated with it. Leonardo DiCaprio Since 1998 The Leonardo DiCaprio Foundation has been working to protect threatened ecosystems with a focus on Wildlands Conservation, Oceans Conservation and Climate Change. With over 50 million followers, the star's impactful work was recognized when he was designated as the United Nations Messenger of Peace for Climate Change and received the 2014 Clinton Global Citizen Award. Following the notion of great deeds, here's a striking video by Seagram's 100 Pipers Music CDs, that reminds us that the greatest legacy one can leave behind, is an act of goodness – an act that makes the world a better place. Matt Damon Actor-producer-screenwriter, Matt Damon started H2O Africa in an attempt to mitigate the water crisis in Africa and gather support for clean water programs in critical areas. His organization merged later with Water.org that focuses on providing clean water to underprivileged across the world. He is also an ambassador for ONEXONE, a non-profit foundation committed to supporting, preserving and improving the lives of children. Will Smith The MIB star with his wife Jada Pinkett Smith, founded the Will and Jada Smith Family Foundation to benefit inner-city community development, youth educational projects and underprivileged children and their families. He has also supported several charitable organizations that work in South Africa. Heartwarming, isn't it?
  7. Honor announced the complementary device to Honor 9i earlier this month, that essentially looks similar to its predecessor. The device in question is the Honor 9N that has a full view display, four cameras and 2.5D glass on the front and back. © Akshay Bhalla At first glance, the smartphone looks stunning and has a notch just like the iPhone X. In terms of specifications, the smartphone has incremental upgrades with a few changes in design to give a fresh look. The Honor 9N is powered by the Kirin 659 processor, which is the same SoC as the Honor 9i and 7x. We used the smartphone for a couple of weeks and here are our final thoughts about the smartphone: Design © Akshay Bhalla The one thing Honor smartphones are known for, are its exemplary design and the Honor 9N is no exception to that rule. The smartphone gets full marks for being able to deliver a smartphone with a premium body for a relatively cheap price. The Honor 9n is definitely a head turner thanks to the glass rear and scintillating colours. Our favourite is the Robin Egg Blue variant and is probably the most distinct looking smartphone we've seen in a while. © Akshay Bhalla The smartphone is quite light and easy to hold, thanks to better ergonomics while the fingerprint sensor can be accessed easily at the rear of the phone. Display © Akshay Bhalla The Honor 9N comes with a noted display which can be turned off if you're not a fan of this look. The device has an FHD+ LCD display and has a resolution of 2280 x 1080 pixels and an aspect ratio of 19:9. The LCD quality is on point and is probably the best you can get on a smartphone with a starting price of Rs 11,999. The display has crisp tones and vivid colours you would expect from an LCD panel. You can also change the settings of the display if you prefer warmer tones. The display is also quite bright which was not expected from a budget smartphone. We could easily read everything on the display even under direct sunlight. It even has a reading mode for users who tend to spend a lot of time reading the news and comic books on the phone. Performance © Akshay Bhalla The Honor 9n is powered by Kirin 659 SoC which has been previously seen in other Honor and Huawei smartphones. In terms of performance, the smartphone did lag a bit during the course of our review and would often freeze up when playing games that would require to draw more power from the chipset. It would perform well on less intensive games like 'Super Mario Run' and 'Temple Run 2'. One could easily notice framerate drops while playing games like PUBG and 'Asphalt'. © Akshay Bhalla In terms of battery life, the smartphone packs a 3,000 mAh battery, which in our opinion, is enough for a full day usage. Ample phone calls, navigation, content viewing and gaming and the Honor 9n still managed to have 30% of battery left towards the end of the day. The battery lasted longer than what we expected and is commendable, given that it worked fluidly with the chipset. Camera The camera on the Honor 9n is where the smartphone seriously lacks some punch. The phone has a dual camera setup with a 13 MP f/2.2 aperture primary lens, along with a 2 MP sensor meant for capturing the depth of field. Even though it sounds like a kickass camera in terms of specifications, it still needs a lot of fine-tuning. © Akshay Bhalla The camera did not perform consistently in our opinion, where the dynamic range would not be as accurate as expected. In terms of normal photography, the image would often turn out to be overexposed and the same could be said about the selfie camera as well. Here are a few images below for reference: I wasn't too impressed by the #Honor9n camera. A post shared by Akshay Bhalla / Høax (@editorinchief) on Aug 6, 2018 at 3:36am PDT The Final Say © Akshay Bhalla The Honor 9n retails in India for Rs 11,999, which is not a bad price considering its performance and design. Having said that, the camera on the phone does feel a bit under par considering its competition in the same segment. The chipset is not exactly what you would expect in a smartphone this year, but it's still not as outdated as other devices with older components.
  8. Yes, we were all sad because of India's loss yesterday to England in the ODI series, but there was one person in particular who had a hard time believing what just happened. After losing the toss, India batted first and managed to make just 256 runs, which was easily chased down by England, who won the match by 8 wickets. Adil Rashid took the title of Man of the Match after claiming the wickets of captain Virat Kohli and Dinesh Karthik. Turns out, one of those wickets became the biggest highlights of the match. Skipper Virat Kohli was so flabbergasted after the bails fell behind him, you could actually see the shock on his face, as he simply couldn't believe that he had been bowled. The pure shock left him frozen on the pitch, unable to move for a couple of seconds and it was all caught on camera, obviously. Virat Kohli looks in disbelief after being bowled by Aadil Rashid. #ENGvIND pic.twitter.com/eMMml28m2i — Deepak Raj Verma (@iconicdeepak) July 17, 2018 It was a great delivery that left Virat speechless, who later admitted that it was 'terrific' indeed. He said, “I've been playing against Rashid since U-19 and it was a terrific ball, so it's just one of those balls that you have to take in your stride and say “Wow”. I'm surprised that his turn has reduced over the years, but this one was an amazing ball.” Remember the meme inspired by the song 'Fireflies' – “You would not believe your eyes?” here's a little adjustment to that - “Kohli could not believe his eyes, when he got bowled by Rashid's surprise.” Well, it's sad that India lost the ODI series, but hey, at least we have a new reaction picture now. Just look at it. © Reuters It's okay, Virat, this happens to everyone.
  9. A hashtag by the name of #strugglesofamillenial' was recently trending on Twitter, and while our parents keep telling us that we have it easier than they did, we secretly know that the truth is far beyond this statement. Here's a round up of our favourite struggles which made us shout 'that's me'! Being the most educated generation throughout history. #StrugglesOfAMillennial — Brian J Farnsworth (@BrianJF_Dubs) July 11, 2018 Having to listen to non-millennials sit and complain about how lazy millennials are while you are doing both your work AND theirs.#StrugglesOfAMillennial — Scrittore (@Scrittore18) July 10, 2018 This is too real and every parent should read this please #StrugglesOfAMillennial being described as “entitled“ by generations who enjoyed affordable housing, High interest rates, good/attainable jobs with benefits which required little education, clean air and good music. — danny kean (@dannykeanmusic) July 10, 2018 How about never being able to buy a fuckin' house?#StrugglesOfAMillennial — Dirtbox Murphy (@NeilMurphy327) July 10, 2018 #StrugglesOfAMillennial being called lazy by the generation that raised me. — Just Heather (@dishs_up) July 10, 2018 Yeah, what does this even mean? Constantly being categorized as a child when really you're 30, married, have a career and a home ð¤·ð»‍âï¸ #StrugglesOfAMillennial — Ericka (@ericka_HD) July 10, 2018 Okay, guilty of doing this! Waiting to eat their food before they artistically photograph it. #StrugglesOfAMillennial pic.twitter.com/QS7je52tSN — Lil Ranna Anna (@RannaRoyalAnna) July 10, 2018 #StrugglesOfAMillennial I forgot to put an emoji at the end of my message and I think now they hate me. — Mia Cortesse (@Miacortesse) July 10, 2018 Tired of being tagged as a 'millenial'? Well, endure it for a little longer my friend, since this prejudice is not going anywhere.
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