By guneet on May 9th 2022
Our baby Sunanda was born on Sunday, 24th April, 2022
By guneet on February 15th 2022
What do you get when Western neoliberal values of silicon valley mix with India’s hierarchical, divided and trustless society.
By guneet on December 5th 2021
I have been using and developing on WordPress for ten years and I just found out how subtitles are added to videos uploaded to the media library.
By guneet on September 1st 2021
A few of my projects stopped working recently because Google switched of its version 3 sheets API. I was using tabletop.js to parse data into JSONs.
By guneet on July 18th 2021
Almost an year into active gardening, I am happy to report that nature has been friendly to my efforts in our backyard. Some plants didn’t survive the winter but new one’s have taken up space and are thriving right now. In spring I had started tomato from seed and it has grown to become the […]
By guneet on June 24th 2021
I was afraid that big tech and surveillance capitalism would kill the world wide web – I still am to be honest. What I mean is kill the “essence” of the web not the entire thing of course. There’s so much profit and market share and “potential” still to be sucked from users of the […]
By guneet on June 8th 2021
I have had the opportunity and privilege to see a lot of India by road. I never thought I would get to do such long road trips, but it all became a reality 5 years ago when I drove from New Delhi to Bhutan!
By guneet on April 24th 2021
I don’t know if there’s a word for this. It’s the feeling you get when you are very far away from where you belong, and the people back there, friends, families, acquaintances, strangers you imagine when you close your eyes, they are all hurting and struggling and even dying. And you want to help but […]
By guneet on January 9th 2021
Having tried many methods and tools for managing my time and tasks, I finally came back full circle to just planning life by the week.
By guneet on December 18th 2020
2020 is a strange year. I had not imagined getting an opportunity to do any sort of gardening anytime soon. But here we are – there is space, there is sun and there is time on hand. It started with mint and rosemary, and now the backyard is brimming with coriander, arugula, curry plant seedlings, […]