Clinical Versus Statistical Prediction: A Theoretical Analysis And A Review Of The Evidence by Paul E. Meehl My rating: 2 of 5 stars I got the gist of it but in no mood to read something this detailed. It is a good book just not meant for me. At chapter 5 I realized that it … Continue reading Clinical Versus Statistical Prediction – Paul E. Meehl
Below is a list of free softwares that I use on my machine. These softwares have been very helpful and are part of my workflow. Some of them are essentials while others significantly reduce the time it takes to do certain jobs and simply improve the overall experience. OFFICE ESSENTIALS Converter Bot Have you ever … Continue reading Best Free windows software 2019
Things Fall Apart by Chinua Achebe My rating: 4 of 5 stars This is one of those books where you enjoy the story without necessary liking the main character. Onkonkwo is a lot of things but I doubt being "likable" can be considered one of them. Things Fall Apart is the first book that I … Continue reading Things Fall Apart -Chinua Achebe
This is where I look back to what I have done this year. Usually, it is for the sake of a trip back to nostalgia lane before a new beginning but also about trying to make sense of how the year went by, whether it was any good. So the question "Was 2018 any good to me?" is a difficult one and I am going to try to answer it in my own way.
If I had to gift something to a very curious child, I cannot think of a more appropriate gift than this book. From wheels, pulleys, zippers, engines to the touchscreen, smartphones, 3D printers and drones, this book has them all illustrated and explained.
I do not usually have many rules but for social Media I do have some that I keep reminding myself of and which I wish I knew right from the start: 1. Someone who knows you only through social media knows only your projection, not you. Turns out our own aspirations, biases, insecurities among others … Continue reading Things I wish we all knew before starting to use social media