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W6

Ran out of ink in my first cartridge. Brought some variance in handwriting. Had some cake and potato wedges. Understood chess like never before. Continue reading W6

W5

The week we lost Kobe; the week I felt old; the week I tried; the week we toasted. Sadly, the week had consecutive cheat days and some strong unasked questions… …for instance, is this brief, unverified history my name as described in Midnight’s Children accurate? Continue reading W5

W4

This week had some dramatic ups and downs. I started off by questioning our intelligence. This spiralled off to artificial wisdom which is a field that, unfortunately, for us all, doesn’t get the attention that is needed. We might have a pandemic on our hands but global health officials are yet to officiate it to … Continue reading W4

W3

Big week this one. Big wins. Big losses. We all have to encounter big changes in our lives. This week was one of them. I couldn’t do what I had been meaning to do for a very long time. Now that the week has passed, I don’t understand what all the fuss was about. I … Continue reading W3

W2

Second week of the year and the first inconsistencies in my routine are already visible. This week was interesting. Technology was questioned on where mobility is going, on the need to show yourself to the world and our life in the information age. People were questioned for their eating habits and their general tendency to … Continue reading W2

W1

The first week of the new year – what a bang to start with! There was death, chaos and learning. There were a lot of questions about the way we live and communicate, the state of affairs in the world and the effects of technology. The ritual isn’t smooth yet. Questioning is the easy part. … Continue reading W1