The sea strips us of our facades. It is impossible to escape our vulnerabilities in front of it.
Inventing a dish is a lifelong memory, re-lived, recreated, rewritten, each time it is cooked.
Relief and comfort — perils of our consumerist age obsessed with instant gratification — are often confused for happiness
Sacred space is a basic human right, a way of life.
As William Golding says in his The Lord of the Flies, “Maybe there’s a beast...maybe it’s only us.”
Shooter drills are organised across schools following the rise of gun violence.
By fully accepting ourselves, can we become more accepting of pet peeves in our partners?
Can accepting that it is okay to be unkind turn out to be the kindest thing?
Beauty, brilliance, art and all of the great things in the world are a matter of perspective.
California dreaming: Stuck indoors due to the wildfire, can the magic of children's books rescue adults?
Looking at the apocalyptic weather, one finds comfort in a world of taco-eating dragons & dinosaurs.
How Google Glass could change India
Ever thought that the dark Orwellian concerns of Google Glass — basically a computer and recorder decked up as chic eyewear — could have a good side too? As I wait impatiently to wear a...
A giant leap for private spaceflight
An astounding ball of fire leaped into the sky on Tuesday’s wee hours! It’s the first time ever in our human history that a private rocket — not one by heavyweight space agencies like the...
Sensing the Pulse of Business
Start-up develops tools on the open-source Arduino platform to create health sensor devices, applications Rachel Kalmar, at the Demo Conference this September in Santa Clara, California, kept falling every five minutes – on purpose....
And the next Silicon Valley showman is…
Are we morally prepared for more “human” robots?
The Omniscient Data
Silicon Valley Is the new Detroit