Posts Tagged ‘ facebook ’

How Big Is Your Package?

December 20, 2014
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How Big Is Your Package?

Tweet The last few weeks have been tough for most techies in India, or at least the non-IIT ones. As if the shameful burden of having studied at an institute lesser than the hallowed Indian Institute of Technology wasn’t already killing us, we’ve had to bear the ignominy of the screaming headlines in newspapers every...
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When Anna Did Us Apart

October 20, 2012
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When Anna Did Us Apart

A satirical look at how Facebook is changing the way we look at relationships, and how people's political beliefs affect their behavior on social media platforms.
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In The Government We Trust

August 25, 2012
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In The Government We Trust

Tweet The past few weeks have been disturbing. Riots in Assam. A minor riot in Mumbai. A prolonged curfew in Bareilly, and god knows what other small towns. Crackdown on social media. The iPhone 5 has still not been launched. To make it worse, my favorite people have been voted out of Jhalak Dikhla Ja....
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The Day The Internet Went Down

December 18, 2011
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The Day The Internet Went Down

Tweet 12 April 2014 A billion Indian citizens woke up today to a world without one of the basic necessities of modern life. Not food. Not water. Not the roofs on top of their head. Not even the daily dose of Arnab. Something much bigger. The Internet. In an emergency order, the central govt...
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