I will be leaving Boston in a few weeks. I thought that walking along the Freedom Trail would be one of the ideal ways to commemorate Boston.
Forest environments can be viewed as therapeutic landscapes. The results are not that surprising, given that we evolved outdoors and now we are forced to live indoors.
This week, I had ‘one-of-a-kind’ experience. I was one of the 500,000 spectators, who watched the Boston Marathon and cheered the 33,000 athletes. The passionate runners and the vibrant, encouraging spectators made it a unique experience.
The best things in life are … well … they are not things. They are experiences that fill your heart with peace and joy.
I went to the Taza chocolate factory tour and learned about how chocolate is made.
Hacks at MIT are creative and difficult campus pranks. The pranks display the aptitude of the hackers. The themes of the hack could be current or past events. Below are three of my favorite hacks at MIT.
The Association of Indian Students at MIT associated Diwali Night. The events included a nice Indian dinner followed by cultural activities. The cultural activities were more cultural than I thought.
I was looking forward to Halloween. I came to know about a Halloween Costume Marathon called as CostumeDash 5k. Today, people dressed up in their Halloween attire and ran around Boston Common.
Back to the Future made me think about the future technologies that awe me. A timely post on sploid also opened my eyes to how human life will change in the next 1000 years.
How many times, have we been on autopilot, while brushing the teeth, while eating, and while driving to the workplace. We do these tasks mindlessly. Rather, than concentrating on the task we are doing, we think either about the future or the past.