Would certainly wished for Times to have slowed down Amidst the hide and seek Of wavering thoughts The castles that were Built in the air Would one day collapse Quick judgments On tip of the iceberg Would never take you To its base Still waters would not have known The depth of its own Until few stones were thrown Shallow superficiality Is not known for its guarantee Of authenticity *** Composed by Vinit Desai ***
Evolution of web: Web 1.0, Web 2.0 & Web 3.0
This is the earliest version of web, often referred to as static web or read-only web. In this version there were only readable contents available in the form of text and images. It was only a one way broadcast of information by businesses. End-users could only search information and read it. It was not possible for end-user to interact with the information like post an update or a picture, update comments etc.
Web 1.0 had one publisher and multiple consumers of static data.
E.g. Shopping experience in web 1.0 era. User sees advertisement about a product on the website. Visits the store for buying it as interaction is not possible through website to shop online.
To solve the Web 1.0 limitations of one publisher and multiple consumers, static data another version of web came into existence. This version of web is referred to as participative social web. As the name refers, it is an interactive form of web where end-users can participate over web to collaborate and share information for free through various platforms such as blogging, podcasting, social media content etc.
E.g. Shopping experience in web 2.0 era. User creates an account in shopping website, searches items of his choice. Adds the item to cart and checks out by opting out payment options.
The advantage of dynamic data, 2-way communication between publishers and consumers. But all this works at the cost of loosing privacy. Because when you are logged in to shopping website which has tie-ups with social media sites for generating traffic. As policy of website, you agree to terms and conditions while sign in which has a clause to share your personal data and information.
This version of web is referred to as read write execute web. Web 3.0 will enable 2-way interaction of the user with the product, eliminating the requirement of a middleman. Users have the right to remove the ads if they don’t want to watch. If they see it, the browser distributes the rewards to users generated on the ad.
It will eliminate the monopoly of big social media sites upholding users data, where users have no right to remove the ads. If they wish to do so, they are charged money for blocking the ads. Data breach, one of the crucial problems in the existing web 2.0 generation, will be eliminated.
E.g., Shopping experience while maintaining privacy
Though, Web 3.0 has advantages which solves the problem of maintaining anonymity, eliminates the middle agent, gives the power of the internet in public hands and makes it decentralized, it has certain other challenges such as unethical and illegal acts, global warming at ground level, lack of effective tracing mechanism of source of broadcast due to anonymity.
नमस्ते सदा वत्सले मातृभूमे
नमस्ते सदा वत्सले मातृभूमे त्वया हिन्दुभूमे सुखं वर्धितोऽहम् । महामङ्गले पुण्यभूमे त्वदर्थे पतत्वेष कायो नमस्ते नमस्ते ।।१।। प्रभो शक्तिमन् हिन्दु राष्ट्राङ्गभूता इमे सादरं त्वां नमामो वयम् त्वदीयाय कार्याय बद्धा कटीयं शुभामाशिषं देहि तत्पूर्तये । अजय्यां च विश्वस्य देहीश शक्तिं सुशीलं जगद्येन नम्रं भवेत् श्रुतं चैव यत्कण्टकाकीर्ण मार्गं स्वयं स्वीकृतं नः सुगं कारयेत् ।।२।। समुत्कर्ष निःश्रेयसस्यैकमुग्रं परं साधनं नाम वीरं व्रतम् तदन्तः स्फुरत्वक्षया ध्येयनिष्ठा हृदन्तः प्रजागर्तु तीव्राऽनिशम् । विजेत्री च नः संहता कार्यशक्तिर् विधायास्य धर्मस्य संरक्षणम् । परं वैभवं नेतुमेतत् स्वराष्ट्रं समर्था भवत्वाशिषाते भृशम् ।।३।। ।। भारत माता की जय ।। © राष्ट्रीय स्वयंसेवक संघ
उषःकाल होता होता, काळरात्र झाली
उषःकाल होता होता, काळरात्र झाली अरे पुन्हा आयुष्यांच्या पेटवा मशाली आम्ही चार किरणांची ही आस का धरावी जे कधीच नव्हते त्याची वाट का पहावी कसा सूर्य अंधाराच्या वाहतो पखाली तिजोर्यात केले त्यांनी बंद स्वर्ग साती आम्हावरी संसाराची उडे धूळ माती आम्ही ती स्मशाने ज्यांना, प्रेत ही ना वाली उभा देश झाला आता एक बंदीशाला जिथे देवकीचा पान्हा दूधाने जळाला कसे पुण्य दुर्देवी अन पाप भाग्यशाली धुमसतात अजुनि विझल्या चितांचे निखारे अजून रक्त मागत उठती वधस्तंभ सारे आसवेच स्वातंत्र्याची आम्हाला मिळाली
God, Universe and Us
He, the creator of The Universe We, His children Living in it Approach Him To Share, To talk Seeking support, strength In times of troubles and sorrows To show gratitude, Celebrate empathy and satisfaction To question sins, Rejections and the associated disapprovals In His faith, we believe Welcome birth Accept inevitable death Offerings to Him exclusively Complement our festivities His infinite ways of Showering blessings are strange In Him we see ourselves Traversing life In the hide and seek of Joy and sorrow In the cycle of Expectations and disappointments *** Composed by Vinit Desai ***
This Is Just Going To Hurt A Little Bit 🦷
One thing I like less than most things is sitting in a dentist chair with
my mouth wide open.
And that I will never have to do it again is a hope that I am against hope hopen
Because some tortures are physical and some are mental,
But the one that is both is dental
It is hard to be self-possessed
With your jaw digging into your chest
So hard to retain your calm
When your fingernails are making serious alterations in your life line
or love line or some other important line in your palm
So hard to give your usual effect of cheery benignity
When you know your position is one of the two or three in life
most lacking in dignity
And your mouth is like a section of road that is being worked on.
And it is all cluttered up with stone crushers and concrete mixers and
drills and steam rollers and there isn’t a nerve in your head that
you aren’t being irked on
Oh, some people are unfortunate enough to be strung up by thumbs
And others have things done to their gums,
And your teeth are supposed to be being polished,
But you have reason to believe they are being demolished
And the circumstance that adds most to your terror
Is that it’s all done with a mirror,
Because the dentist may be a bear, or as the Romans used to say, only
they were referring to a feminine bear when they said it, an ursa,
But all the same how can you be sure when he takes his crowbar in one
hand and mirror in the other he won’t get mixed up, the way you
do when you try to tie a bow tie with the aid of a mirror, and forget
that left is right and vice versa?
And then at last he says That will be all; but it isn’t because he then
coats your mouth from cellar to roof
With something that I suspect is generally used to put a shine on a
And you totter to your feet and think
Well it’s all over now and after
all it was only this once
And he says come back in three monce
And this, O Fate, is I think the most vicious circle that thou ever sentest,
That Man has to go continually to the dentist to keep his teeth in good
condition when the chief reason he wants his teeth in good condition
is so that he won’t have to go to the dentist
*** Composed by Ogden Nash ***
WWW – World Wide Web
The World Wide Web (WWW) as we commonly know it as a Web, from where you are likely reading this. It is a system where we can access informative documents and other resources in various forms from the internet. Its used for browsing the news, chatting with friends, ordering food, booking a flight etc. We use it from our computers and phones. World wide web has definitely changed the way how information was shared prior to its existence, with the help of fax machines, letters, telephones.
What is World Wide Web ?
Well, the World Wide Web is a collection of websites stored on different web severs. A web server is a computer specifically designed to store and share the information with the use of web hosts. Each website is uniquely identified with its website address or a URL(Uniform Resource Locator). The World Wide Web is not the Internet, event though the terms are often used interchangeably. The Internet, in simple words, is the way how computers connect to each other in order to share information. Just like this world, no one owns the Web, it belongs to all of us. We might have to pay an Internet service provider to gain access, a hosting company to rent web space and to register a web address of our choice.
Who invented the World Wide Web ?
Sir Tim Berners-Lee, also known as Tim BL, a computer scientist invented the WWW in the year 1989.
What makes the Web so unique ?
Earlier to existence of the Web, most information was consumed form newspaper articles, books or any other physical document by reading it line by line, page by page, from beginning to the end. There was no ease of accessing relevant information in a short span of time. The Web accomplishes this arrangement of digital information access to the world with the use of hyperlinks. Hyperlinks are clickable links which divert the user to specific content of its interest, like this blog page has links on right side with a list of topic names, just the way we have index page to locate the title at specified page number and textbook.
The Dirty Laundry
A young couple moved into a new neighbourhood.
The next morning while they were eating breakfast, the young woman saw her neighbour hanging the washing outside.
“That laundry is not very clean; she doesn’t know how to wash correctly. Perhaps she needs better laundry soap.”
Her husband looked on, remaining silent.
Every time her neighbour hung her washing out to dry, the young woman made the same comments.
A month later, the woman was surprised to see a nice clean wash on the line and said to her husband, “Look, she’s finally learned how to wash correctly. I wonder who taught her this?”
The husband replied, “I got up early this morning and cleaned our windows.”
And so it is with life… What we see when watching others depends on the clarity of the window through which we look.
So don’t be too quick to judge others, especially if your perspective of life is clouded by anger, jealousy, negativity or unfulfilled desires.
“Judging a person does not define who they are. It defines who you are.”
Author: Paulo Coelho
Microservices are based on architectural approach of plug and play. We can create a big software which consists of smaller independent services that communicate through a channel of APIs.
As each service is independent of another, its way easier to scale up without affecting other services. Services need not share the code with other services. Each service is meant to solve a specific problem. For eg. if we have a service for login, it will be focused on getting and authenticating user details like username, password. This separation helps in easily updating, deleting the service. The risk of failure of entire application is relatively less due to a change in a single service. This architecture also provides an ease of customizing application within shorter time span.
You made your mind
You made your mind Mine ? Mine, Just took some time Then, You took your time Leaving behind The said and unsaid You Didn't mind To unwind The little tangles In the colonies Of cobwebs, left undusted In an indefinite time You made your mind And Took a chance To see Our impulses Of joy Unconfined *** Composed by Vinit Desai ***