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I’m not a black, probably, because I’m an Indian. However, there are some black people I really admire, for their lives and their quotes bring me up when I’m feeling low.

Here’s my view about the famous boxer Mike Tyson, who also pulls me up whenever I don’t feel exercising as well. True. He inspires me to maintain a fit body.

Since I was in 8th standard, I only used to watch his old boxing matches where he knocked out his opponents as quickly as he ate pancakes. Sometimes, just in 30 seconds! Yet, I never thought of knowing his…

Education | Animal Advocacy

Let’s know more about our adorable animal friends

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I can’t explain how much I love dogs. It all started when I owned one, and it loves me more than I love myself. From where did they get such unconditional love? I wanna buy it if they sell me, let it cost a million bucks.

Letting it be, it’s also essential we understand their subtle body languages to possess a responsible ownership. Here I mention some of them. You’ll not be the same with them after you complete reading this!

Wagging Tail — We’ve Misunderstood It:

Experience from my first week on the platform

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Firstly I never thought I’d write blogs ever in my life. At lockdown, I was bored and scribbled some blah on Medium and people liked it! And hence, my inner writer got discovered. To be frank, my life was absolutely boring before I started writing on Medium.

“I got experience here, I got confident on my writing style, and it’s time I visit a new platform”, I thought. I started pasting my old well-performed articles on Vocal. It has been 1 week and here’s my review on it.

The major differences I noticed between Medium and Vocal:

1. Basic Payment Models:

Medium pays you based on the reading time you get, motivating you…

Many Ups and downs. Am I progressing?

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teal and black typewriter machine
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Disclaimer: This isn’t a real day of my life, although it matches little bit. This would be a kind of average of days of aspiring Medium writers.

Personally, I used to get a little anxious about writing on Medium previously. But now it’s no longer an issue. I’m sure this piece relates with you, if you’re a newbie and aspiring.

He says it’s all because of a head injury.

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When I think, “Who’s the fastest human calculator in the world?”, the person I could depict would be an old man with grey hair wearing high myopia spectacles, holding a math book in shaking hands and thoroughly reading it.

History’s changed. The guy’s actually modern.

He’s India’s own 21 year old Hyderabadi guy, Neelakantha Bhanu Prakash, who’s become the winner of the Mind Sports Olympiad held in London after he won four world records and 50 Limca records for being the fastest human calculator in the world.

How It All Started?

Cartoon angry man with wide open mouth shouting on iPhone X
Cartoon angry man with wide open mouth shouting on iPhone X

The End of a Frustrating iPhenomena

It’s only after the coronavirus pandemic arrived, iPhone (<X) users with Touch ID started boasting about their devices on one thing. ‘Unlocking’.

It has become a bugbear task of pulling down the mask for unlocking iPhone every single time. Uncompromising on safety, we use the passcode, and it takes a bit of time. Now, Apple resolves this issue, as the future technology needs to be virus-proof.

Firstly, How Does Face ID Work?

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Are we nearing the final apocalypse?

Yes. There’s a clock that sets its time according to the good and bad happenings in the contemporary world. If it reaches midnight 12:00 sharp, the world has ended already. Horrendously, there’s only 100 seconds time for the apocalypse!

Relax… Not exactly 100 seconds, but a closer time, which we could again readjust by creating peace and harmony. Here’s what you need to know about the Doomsday clock.

What’s the Mysterious Clock exactly?

The Doomsday Clock was created by the Bulletin of Atomic Scientists. It is a non-profit group founded by Albert Einstein and students at the University of Chicago in 1945.

Their first intent…

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