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‘Mad Max: Fury Road’ Review

I’ll be honest, I had no idea what Mad Max was until I saw Fury Road yesterday. All I know now is that there were three movies before that came out long time back and they were all successful and critically acclaimed and shit. I went into Fury Road with absolutely no idea what I’m about to witness and thus expectations were at an all time low.

But boy was I impressed. It’s hard not to talk about this movie without resorting to hyperboles, but then the entire movie feels like one giant two hour long hyperbole. It’s an action movie in the truest sense of the word. It’s pure, distilled action with a side of complete insanity.  Read more

‘Avengers: Age of Ultron’ movie discussion

It’s movie review time! Actually, no, it’s not a review. I’m calling it a ‘discussion’ because I’m not really qualified to review movies. Also, reviews are more purposeful while this is mostly just a rambling.  Read more

Relax, it’s just a joke

I’m not particularly old, but I remember the time when someone told a joke, people just laughed. There was none of this “How dare you say this?”, “This is offensive.” and “You’re a sexist, racist, fascist, ableist, homophobic, stereophobic, …” nonsense.

But things have changed now. People are sensitive. They have developed feelings. For a species that once hunted wild animals and wore their skin as clothes, survived many wars, famines, and depressions, we have now become people who get upset over a joke that some random guy tweeted a thousand mile away.

It’s understandable that one might get upset over a hurtful comment that someone said to them. If your boss makes a sexist or racist comment directly to you, you’d feel bad and it would be correct in that case to feel bad and to also respond to the comment. But that doesn’t quite apply when a person is making a joke out to a wider audience.  Read more

Apple Watch Edition

Ever since Apple announced the Apple Watch last year, there have been speculations about the pricing of the watches. But among the prices of the three watches, the Apple Watch Edition’s was the one most talked about.

Initial estimates were way off, and it wasn’t until Gruber wrote his first post about it that people realized that real gold, the stuff that Apple is using on the Watch Edition is expensive. Like, really expensive. Five US dollar figure expensive.

This was good as it prepared everyone for the eventual shock, the actual announcement, which came today with $10,000 being the starting price for the Apple Watch Edition.  Read more


For the past few years Apple has been using the MacBook Air and MacBook Pro names for it two series of notebooks. The Air was lightweight ultraportable notebook, introduced back in 2008 by Steve Jobs by dramatically pulling it out of a manila envelope on the stage. It’s designed to do basic tasks such as web browsing, messaging, movies, music, and other casual tasks that don’t normally require a lot of horsepower under the hood. The Pro was the more serious of the two, with more power, more features, more everything. The Air was targeted at the average user, while the Pro for the professionals looking for more of a desktop replacement.

Apple also originally had the MacBook moniker, which was eventually phased away. Until today, when it revived for a new category of Apple notebooks.  Read more

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