and are going to go pretty huge how much ever bad press and reviews may come.

Because, all the other vendors seem to be incompetent like hell.

It is very easy to mistake fear response as a strategy. Look within yourself and see if you are still carrying the fear society taught you. If your strategy is designed to avoid something you fear, it is not a strategy. Back to the drawing board.

you know how toni morrison asked, "are you still interesting without racism?"

its been a real doozy watching people find out their answer is no

quote for reference:

"“If I take your race away, and there you are, all strung out. And all you got is your little self, and what is that? What are you without racism? Are you any good? Are you still strong? Are you still smart? Do you still like yourself? I mean, these are the questions. Part of it is, ‘yes, the victim. How terrible it’s been for black people.’ I’m not a victim. I refuse to be one... if you can only be tall because somebody is on their knees, then you have a serious problem. And my feeling is that white people have a very, very serious problem, and they should start thinking about what they can do about it. Take me out of it.”:

One of the toughest learning we have to do during our lifetime is learning to be kind to yourself.

Never teach a child to ignore the emotional situation of another or theirs. Don't teach them to be cruel.
The child will either learn to ignore others and be insensitive or dive deep into someone's problem until it's self-destructive.

One of the greatest lie we are told is that there is this specific point at which we attain an enlightened consciousness.
It's like saying there is a specific point you become mature in life. There is not, every day is a game ahead.

Read on how people are working to make the world a more sustainable and nature inclusive space.

Pretty nice article on communicating why what you said is a conversation that needs to be had.

There are two kinds of poets.
Those who write the truth, and those who do not write poems.


The programmer, like the poet, works only slightly removed from pure thought-stuff. He builds his castles in the air, from air, creating by exertion of the imagination...Yet the program construct, unlike the poet's words, is real in the sense that it moves and works, producing visible outputs separately from the construct itself... The magic of myth and legend has come true in our time.

Frederick Brooks
The Mythical Man-Month


Well, not really. My grandfather used to use emoticons in physical hand written mail to me when I was a child in the '60's.

All hail the guy who created emoticons.
All hail Scott Fahlman.

RT @dhanyarajendran
This NGO is taking internet and classrooms to Dalit and Adivasi colonies in Kerala. Lovely work Bhim Online Classroom project, @ajaydalit. Story by @shiba_kurian

RT @ShephaliBhatt
Wrote about how in an unintended consequence of the lockdown, India’s social media elite has taken to TikTok to combat boredom & anxiety. Until recently, they frowned upon TikTok’s content and labelled it “cringe-worthy”. Now they can't get enough of it.


The greatest weapon against the darkness in the world is not force but Acts of Random kindness. It can heal the you and the world like nothing else can.

All Indians are my brothers and sisters.
We have a new generation that actually believes it. The greybeards are unable to take it and are setting all hell loose fighting a battle they will never win. You can't fight time.

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I am Blaise, and this is my personal home page. I am entrepreneur, cyber security designer and an abstract poet who love to read tons every day. My major fields of interest are cyber security, entrepreneurship, design, mathematics, science, animals, privacy, feminism, new age music, native cultures, design and almost anything under the sun. Always open to having conversation with people who have something to say about. So feel free to ping me here.