Saturday, April 26, 2014

Illustration–The Writer


I’ve been writing 2500 words everyday. I wake up while it is still dark and I write. Even if, on some days, the words are pure tosh, and I don’t know what I’m doing and where I’m going with the story, I write on and pat my own back for sticking to the schedule. I tell myself that it shows character to go on, and a part of me wants to know if a character heading for the edge of the cliff is the one I really want. I have finished five first drafts in this manner in the last three months  - trumpets! - and the idea of revisiting them for the rewriting is a bit – okay, a lot  - terrifying.  Right now, I just want to wallow in the self-congratulatory mode and not think of the steep uphill climb ahead.

Friday, April 25, 2014

Art–Upcoming Art Exhibition


I’ll be participating in a group exhibition with my Kalavishakar friends between 1-5 May 2014 at the Punjab Kala Bhavan in Chandigarh.

This isn’t one of the paintings I’ll be exhibiting, it’s just one that I’m currently working on.

Saturday, April 12, 2014

Article - Types of Web Security Threats

Growth of Threats to Web Security
With an online presence becoming more and more of a necessity for individuals and companies, there has been a corresponding spike in security challenges threatening personal, business, and financial well-being. Scamsters gather where the richest and easiest pickings are to be found, and the web, with its widespread scope, is an excellent hunting ground. It is a flawed perception that only public personalities and large companies are at main risk; if you are on the web, you are a potential target, and you are likely to experience various web security threats, either in the form of links and attachments via email, instant messaging, and social media, or in the form of malware from infected websites.

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Friday, April 4, 2014

Illustration Friday–Survival


The Giant Squid came at us suddenly. It was very angry, as anyone would be, I expect, if you invaded their home under the guise of exploration. It was a lesson for us. The next time we went where no human has ever gone before, we made sure we didn’t undermine the existing inhabitants.

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