Take a look at these numbers: This is my 267th post. There are 2962 authentic comments on this blog. My posts have 203 tags in 39 categories. Total views crossed 100K quite a while back. These numbers usually don’t mean much to me. But I always use a trick while climbing a mountain. When I
A lot of things have been happening at An Unquiet Mind. A journalist quoted me in the Hyderabad edition of The Hindu. AUM is now on Twitter here and you can see my tweets in the sidebar. I have been chosen to contribute to MakeUseOf.com on a trial basis. I have loved MUO since a
How much can Artificial Intelligence learn from your writing? Your gender? Your MBTI personality type? Can someone find out such things about you from your writing? uClassify is a free text classifier web service, using which you can develop your own text classifiers. Several have been developed already, the most popular being GenderAnalyzer and Typealyzer.
In The Writing Meme, I had mentioned about using the right tools. Here are a few tools I’ve recently found. Improve Readability Readability is a bookmarklet you can add to your browser toolbar to make web pages easy to read. For example, here is Thomas Friedman, with all the clutter of the NYTimes site: Here
Nita has kindly tagged me for listing strengths of a writer that I aspire to have. I read a few excellent writers who’ve contributed to this before, like Suburban Life, The Individual Voice, Joe Felso, MariaCristina, and of course, Rambodoc. I liked MariaCristina’s way of listing each strength along with an example. All these writers