A comparative book review of ‘A Spy in the Archives’ and ‘My Life as a Spy’.
What would you do if you see descriptions of yourself as a spy in spy archives?
Two female researchers from elite universities in the UK and the US were doing thesis archival field work…
Big data has radically transformed the relationship of Americans with the government and big technology corporations. The collection and use of data is only meaningful and purposeful when it is intended to benefit most Americans, having taken into account of all the possible downstream repercussions on end users. …
A review of Permanent Record by Edward Snowden
Spying is a timeless human condition as competitors scramble for resources. A spy is often employed with monetary reward by the government, to secretly obtain political and military information on an enemy with the intention of corrupting, criminalizing and catching out. Yet…
What to get out of College?
Appreciate the Beauty of Self-learning
The hardest part of writing is thinking of starting to write.
Isn’t it the same for everything in life? Ain’t we always waiting for the perfect moment to start? Hasn’t there been always an inertia?
There is no perfect moment. The most perfect moment to…