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Ayurveda For Health: A Complete Dietary Guide To Healthy Living

Ayurveda, our ancient system of medicine, is a science for life. It provides us with life tools to stay healthy, vibrant and realise our full human potential. Ayurvedafirmly believes that good health starts with proper metabolism of food and good robust digestion. It is based on the premise that food, when consumed according to our personal physiological needs, acts like a ... Read More »

Holiday gift guide 2017: What to give the ultimate chef

Shopping for the chef in your life is no easy task. While sentimental presents like jewelry are always a winner, consider gifting something both thoughtful and practical this year with gadgets that’ll make their life in the kitchen a lot easier! Our favorites? This Swiss chef’s knife that will last for years to come and this KitchenAid classic mixer that belongs in any kitchen whether you are ... Read More »

GATE 2018: These preparation tips will guide you to score well

GATE (Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering) is a great opportunity for students to start a career in PSU jobs or get admission in post graduate engineering courses at top institutes. The GATE 2018 exam dates have been declared and is scheduled for February 3, 4, 10 and 11, 2018. IIT Guwahati will be conducting the exam in an online mode for ... Read More »

The Gadgets 360 Summer 2017 TV Guide

The past few months have been stellar for TV lovers, be it the powerful, hard-hitting drama in The Handmaid’s Tale, a perfect recreation of an old gem in MST3K’s revival, the visual artistry of American Gods, an eccentric return for David Lynch’s Twin Peaks, or the endless skewering of Silicon Valley. Beyond that, we’d a poignant end to The Leftovers, a darker chapter in Better ... Read More »

19 Key Metrics to Guide Your First Blog

My email service provider (ConvertKit) recently published a great report called State of the Blogging Industry. In it, they reveal some fascinating findings gleaned from a survey of more than 850 bloggers. Since I regularly advise my readers to start a blog to begin content marketing, I thought I’d see which blogging metrics might help guide you as you jump ... Read More »

Idiots’ guide to technology

  Richard Shotton, of Zenith Optimedia, showed me an article in The New Yorker. It told how the Russians hacked the Nato computer network in Kabul. The Pentagon believed this network was impenetrable. They’d made sure there was no way in could be attacked. It had the most sophisticated electronic gateways, the kind of technological barriers I don’t even know ... Read More »

A beginner’s guide to IFTTT on Android

I’m not prone to outbursts of joy, especially when it comes to technology. One of the few times it’s happened, however, was when I discovered how much you can do with IFTTT. Suddenly tasks that required multiple steps or continuously logging in to services were done automatically. As much as every company here and there promises to simplify your life or ... Read More »

How to use Windows PowerShell: A beginner’s guide

If you’ve wrestled with Windows 10, you’ve undoubtedly heard of PowerShell. If you’ve tried to do something fancy with Win7/8.1 recently, PowerShell’s probably come up, too. After years of relying on the Windows command line and tossed-together batch files, it’s time to set your sights on something more powerful, more adaptive—better. PowerShell is an enormous addition to the Windows toolbox, ... Read More »

The Full Nerd Episode 7: GPU buyer’s guide, AMD Zen pricing, and a 4K PlayStation

This week on The Full Nerd, Gordon Mah Ung, Brad Chacos, and Hayden Dingman predict just how much AMD’s upcoming Zen CPU will cost, riff on how powerful the PlayStation 4 Pro will be, and then debate: Star Wars vs. Star Trek. In the Builder’s Corner, Brad gives us the best GPU for the most common resolutions and some strategy for high-frame rate ... Read More »

The Full Nerd Episode 7: GPU buyer’s guide, AMD Zen pricing, and a 4K PlayStation

This week on The Full Nerd, Gordon Mah Ung, Brad Chacos, and Hayden Dingman predict just how much AMD’s upcoming Zen CPU will cost, riff on how powerful the PlayStation 4 Pro will be, and then debate: Star Wars vs. Star Trek. In the Builder’s Corner, Brad gives us the best GPU for the most common resolutions and some strategy for high-frame rate ... Read More »