I received this video clip on my phone and in a rare instance, really wanted to share it (originally from Huffpost somewhere/when). A photographer named Platon talks about how a photograph he took without even realising some details about what … Continue reading The power of a picture to open minds.
It’s good to be home! After a week sweltering in China for work and turning into a human puddle in 80% humidity, it’s nice to be back in Delhi… where I can swelter and turn into a puddle in 70% … Continue reading A Beautiful Idea: Why Explore Space?
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Hello Revuers, I’m proud to announce that this is our 50th post on Deja.Revue! When I started this site with my roommate back in November of 2014 I couldn’t have anticipated the great response and… Continue reading Our 50th post: A nostalgia filled trip down memory lane
It’s award season!! Well, okay fine, its not a “season” like with some industries, but it’s time for The Eisner Awards and I’m so completely and totally excited! The past couple of years have been a boon and a blessing … Continue reading 2015 Eisner Awards – My picks!
At last, a holiday (kind of… I still gotta go to work…) that I can conceptually get behind! A day that celebrates books and reading – the love of stories, of learning, of a desire to expand your mind and … Continue reading It’s World Book Day! Bibliophiles REJOICE!
I’m guessing not many people would know that today is the birthday of one of the greatest Dude’s of all history – Mr. Bob Marley himself. NOTE: for the sake of having the right spirit, hit play on this video … Continue reading Happy Birthday Bob! You are still loved!
In 1951, Bertrand Russell’s wrote a piece for New York Times Magazine called “The Best Answer to Fanaticism: Liberalism.” I’m not a great follower of his work, though I have fairly enjoyed what I have come across thus far and … Continue reading Bertrand Russell’s Liberal Decalogue