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05 May 2019

A love letter to New Orleans

⚜️ Whenever someone mentions New Orleans, a melody of the song The Saints Are Coming by U2 and Green Day is the first thing that crosses my mind. It’s stupid, I know, but I remember big events that hit the news by the music that was around at the time. And this one is kind of self-explanatory. I was 16 when Katrina hit southern Louisiana. Of course, I watched the news. Everyone did. I moved on quickly, though, as the […]

11 Dec 2018

Decluttering your feeds: You don’t need to read it all, really

As anyone who loves to read and gets most of the information from reading, I am more than familiar with a constant feeling of not reading or knowing enough. In other words, as Rory Gilmore stated in the famous Harvard trip library scene in the Gilmore Girls: — There’s a word for that feeling you are probably already familiar with. FOMO. It’s been with us since 1996, though we feel its effect mainly now when most of the news consumption comes […]

11 Dec 2018

Decluttering your feeds: You don’t need to read it all, really

As anyone who loves to read and gets most of the information from reading, I am more than familiar with a constant feeling of not reading or knowing enough. In other words, as Rory Gilmore stated in the famous Harvard trip library scene in the Gilmore Girls: — There’s a word for that feeling you are probably already familiar with. FOMO. It’s been with us since 1996, though we feel its effect mainly now when most of the news consumption comes […]

27 Oct 2018

What the duck?!

Rubber duck debugging is a common problem-solving method in programming. It’s helpful, easy and to be honest, quite cute 🐥. It usually goes likes this: You try to explain to a rubber duck or any other inanimate object for that matter an issue you are struggling with. Soon, and pretty much out of nowhere, the solution comes up into your mind and you’re ready to continue in your work. And as usual, there’s a science to back it up. #heureka […]

27 Oct 2018

What the duck?!

Rubber duck debugging is a common problem-solving method in programming. It’s helpful, easy and to be honest, quite cute 🐥. It usually goes likes this: You try to explain to a rubber duck or any other inanimate object for that matter an issue you are struggling with. Soon, and pretty much out of nowhere, the solution comes up into your mind and you’re ready to continue in your work. And as usual, there’s a science to back it up. #heureka […]