A rainy gif


We went out to have dinner at a restaurant in Banani. A couple of my friends and I went out when it was drizzling. Little did we know that we would be facing cats and dogs raining. On the way back, we experienced Dhaka road like never before (well, mostly for me as it was my first time on my own car in such a heavy downpour).

Everything that is wrong with the BBC Hindi’s interview with ULAB students

It has been a long time since I’ve written something expressing strong opinion on something. But that’s the problem with those of us who like to write. If something starts bothering us, we tend to write about it.

I’ve been at ULAB for nearly a year now, and although I haven’t written here as much as I thought I would about the experience of studying there, let me assure you that has been amazing so far. I’m proud of my choice to study at the ULAB.

However, as anyone who is a member of two of the most prominent Ulabians’ Facebook groups has noticed, the interview that a journalist from BBC Hindi took of a few ULAB students at our campus B lobby and live streamed it on Facebook has caused quite an outrageous response. Continue reading

birds flying in the sunset

When nothing in life makes sense, music does

And that’s a wonderful thing, isn’t it?

Sometimes, you go through so many complexities in your life that you lose your ability to think straight. You don’t want to worry about anything anymore. You want to feel free. You look out the window and see the birds flying in the sky. You envy them. You want to be like them. You think, only if you had wings, you’d fly out of your misery.  Continue reading

Two decisions to lead a peaceful life

Sometimes life throws you into situations that make you question your everyday habits. I’ve been in such situations over and over again. And like the idiot I am, I’ve never quite asked myself why I find myself in such situations.

In fact, that’s not true. I asked myself, and I found the solution. What I failed to do is follow up with those solutions to make my life a little better. Continue reading

With VR on the horizon, should I opt for Oculus Rift or PlayStation VR?

I want to get a VR for gaming, and I write about whether I should get it for my PC (Oculus Rift) or my PlayStation 4 (PlayStation VR).

AIS Gaming

When I first grasped the idea of how a virtual reality works, I was immediately blown away. There could be many, many real world applications of a VR headset in our hands, but one thing that I was particular excited for is the same thing that most other people are excited for — gaming. 

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