Reinventing my personal blog
Setting up Ghost on Webfaction
If you must used shared hosting, Webfaction is still not a bad choice. Their Ghost installer helps you set up the popular publishing tool easily. Too bad their documentation is not great.
A review of Axone, the first movie featuring Northeast Indians and the issues they face in mainland India. With such big shoes to fill, and so much to say, what did it end up accomplishing?
We Got Married
In August 2018, we got married in Auckland and moved to San Francisco a few weeks after. To say that was a whirlwind might be under-stating it.
Blogging in 2020
Just after the turn of the century, we blogged—a lot. Why did we ever stop? For one, it got harder. The tools got better, but mostly worse.
Love in a Time of Quarantine
These unprecedented times.
It's easy to stay in the tech bubble in San Francisco, and never do anything else or meet anybody outside of it. In this series, I will write about the non-tech things I enjoy about this town.
So This Is the New Year
The dream of the noughties is over. An experiment to write more, post it here, call it a blog, and call it a day.
We Built This
Why I joined San Francisco Digital Services as its new Product Director
Fresh Off The Boat
When I first moved to America nine months ago, I was perplexed by a never-ending list of things. Like bed-linen.
This Modern Love
Reno, domestic violence, queerness, marriage.
Soul Story makes incredible Korean skincare that I swear by. Help a woman-run business expand.
Rediscovering Video Games
I started playing video games again. They are not for kids, not anymore. So many video games I love have taught me so much: about storytelling, life and hopes and dreams.
Road, Gravel, Mud
What running a startup for a couple of years felt like. Muddy.
So You Want To Be A Startup Founder
Sometimes, I speak at universities that want me to 'inspire their young'.
Signals and Noise
I was a startup founder for several years. Most of that time was unglamorous, terrible and difficult. It was one of the hardest things I'd done. I wanted to share, at that point, what that was all about.
Something mushy I wrote when I met my wife.
Do What You Don't Know
Do things you don't know how to do, I like to say. At different points in life, I have had the privilege of doing just that.
Shaken Not Stirred
When you work at Wobe, you’re bound to have conversations like these at some point:
As the cofounder and CEO of a tech startup working to improve financial inclusion in one of the world’s largest countries that is also one…
The Last Mile
How to create products for emerging markets
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