Category: The Internet

  • Saturday morning Indian news and music

    When I was a kid, we would wake up on Saturday mornings and there would be a few hours worth of Indian news and music on. It was a variety of things. As we had breakfast, chai and roti we would be hanging out either in the kitchen or in the living room (where the…

  • End of year thoughts, 2022

    The year is almost over and I’m starting to think about 2023 but I wanted to collect some of my thoughts on what’s been on my mind lately. Web & tech The time I’ve spent putting together a working stack for my web development has led to a pretty good development experience (DX). I started…

  • Building something is hard, getting someone to use what you built is even harder

    I’ve been making steady progress on BoardSearch but it seems like at this point, I am having a hard time getting users to use the website. I think it’s mainly due to this website mainly being for myself to scratch my own itch. I’m not even sure there are many people out there who want…

  • Introducing BoardSearch, a single place to find and track keyboards

    Earlier this year, I was jumping between a bunch of projects and I finally decided to hunker down and focus on one project. I approached this project for two main reasons, one to scratch my own itch of not being able to find a keyboard with exactly the specs I’m looking for. The second reason…

  • Things I found on the internet, week of August 29th, 2022

    I’m continuing this series as it was fun to keep track of things last week, mostly for my own archives. 90’s Cursor Effects by Tim Holman. The 90s were a wild time for the web, this brings back a bit of that. I was too young to use the web in the 90s. OptFi locked…

  • Things I found on the internet, week of Aug 22nd, 2022

    If you have access to the internet, chances are you spend 60-80% of your time on the GAFAM networks. GAFAM is an outdated name for: Google, Apple, Facebook, Amazon, and Microsoft, making up the biggest tech companies. If you’re wondering how is this possible, you’re most likely reading this on an iOS, macOS, Android, or…