All of Calvin and Hobbes packed neatly in a box and presented to me on my 20th birthday. Thanks mom and dad! Things couldn't get much better than this. You see, this isn't just another comic strip. I've loved it long enough to have attached memories, and C&H memories are always fond ones. That adds … Continue reading The Calvin and Hobbes box set!
Let me rest, for I am weary. For a brief moment, let me dream Of all things dear As I sleep holding your finger Through the remaining hours of dawn, Just once more, before I'm gone.
The Random Walk Hypothesis (as stated in Feynman's Lectures) has always troubled me. Maybe the problem lies in my basic understanding of probability. Whatever it is, I can't seem to get a grip on it. There is a man who tosses a coin. If heads, he moves one step forward. If tails, he moves one … Continue reading Simulation of Random Walk Hypothesis (using Python)
I am a lazy person. I don't code much. When I get an idea, I spend time pondering whether it'll be possible to implement it in a code within the limits of my programming knowledge. If yes, then it's as good as done. If no, then there's nothing to be done since my ideas are … Continue reading Riju’s Vault System (using Python)
And just like that, I’m in the last month of my teenage life. It’s been almost two years since I started this blog and I can feel myself slowing down and becoming kind of constant. No more do my interests change at the slightest nudge or my hobbies disappear at the slightest inconvenience. I believe … Continue reading Time flies