Do watch this programme. pic.twitter.com/cP5MDMTGDs— Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) January 20, 2020The prime minister has deliberated on the need to remain stress-free during board examinations and advised students on how to remain motivated, citing the example of the Indian Space Research Organisation’s recent Moon Mission and the India-Australia test series in 2001. … [Read more...] about Pariksha Pe Charcha 2020: PM tells students to stay motivated, cites ISRO example
Coworking space franchise
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I have written elsewhere about how digital platforms promise to manage the “messiness” of social relationships by reducing them to transactions. Apps and interfaces create an environment where interactions can take place without people having to make any effort to understand or know one another. This is a guiding principle of services ranging from Uber to touchscreen-ordering kiosks at fast-food joints: They enable consumers to interact with purportedly seamless technology rather than deal with other human beings. Companies make a similar promise with surveillance and security technologies. The claim is that these technologies, integrated into our living spaces, will reduce the “frictions” of anxiety and fear, and increase a sense of safety. Yet rather than ease or eliminate friction, these technologies often increase feelings of unease, anxiety, and fear on the part of both the watcher and the watched. Inasmuch as those tensions (whether acknowledged or not) … [Read more...] about The two faces of the smart city