Design Time Machine that takes the world into future

Your Well Wisher Program


Designing a technology or a system that takes the world into the future…


To make technology or a system that saves  time or lot of time

and so whatever time saved

will help us do things that

we would otherwise do in future.

So, by saving time, we actually traveled into future.

Case Study –  Google:

Technology Company Google designed a very good search engine  for the search engine

 What happens when someone types in it

Google Search Engine predict the rest of the query,

Comb through billions of web pages,

Rank the sites, images, videos, and products found, and

Present with the very best results.

The entire process takes, in many cases, less than a tenth of a second – it’s practically instant.

So what Google is doing – Saving time for the world.

 To make internet faster,

 Google worked with the web community to


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No More Games

Barataria - The work of Erik Hare

With the Superbowl done, the nation settles in to the depths of Winter. This has been a hard time of year for many reason, not just the sudden end of football. The last few years have been harder to take than what the Panther fans are feeling about now.

This year? It may yet be worse, according to prognosticators. Then again, the worst may be over. Let’s update last year’s big stories to see how this year is coming along to see if there’s reason to hope.

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Honoring Charles Dickens

Cafe Book Bean

Today February 7th in 1812 the great Charles Dickens was born. Dickens wrote countless classics that everyone knows; A Christmas Carol, A Tale of Two Cities, Great Expectations, and the list goes on. He is the author and creator of many famous and timeless characters; Scrooge, Tiny Tim, Oliver Twist, etc. His literature has reached far and wide, beyond what I think he ever could have imagined; T.V. series, movies, sequels, adaptations galore! He has an iconic style and ambiance to his work that is haunting and beautiful.

Here are a few quotes that I love, may they inspire you:


 I love those, especially the one about lightening the burdens of another,
it is so powerful.

What do you like/dislike about Charles Dickens?

What are you favorite works?

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Travel Tip: Keep a travel journey

Wanderlust: Becoming a Traveler

For the last five years, I have been keeping a travel journey. The reasons for this are many, however, it’s mainly because I wish to remember the details and my observations made when abroad. Furthermore, I want to remember the people and their stories. To me, a travel journey represents the perfect way to capture all the significant memories from travels. When having a travel journey, you can namely always take it out and explore again what you’ve already explored: Remember where you’re perspectives comes from and reflect on it.

Travel book

Exploring foreign cultures and acquire insight into these and perspective on foreign and own culture can be a somewhat comprehensive and daunting experience – wonderful and exciting, of course, but daunting indeed. So much happens when you travel to explore foreign cultures. Because I personally tend to forget the details in happenings and the funny stories, I decided to keep…

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Dumped via email, kinda hurts


Dear (me),
I hope that you had a safe trip home. I am very glad that you came all the way over my way to meet me.
I have been swimming in thoughts all day, I was feeling strange this morning and perhaps I seemed out of sorts.
There is no easy way for me to say this, and I am truly sorry that I will hurt your feelings, however I must be honest and true to myself. I felt as though meeting you was a good experience, I enjoyed your company and it was really nice to spend the night with you, but the thing is, I didn’t feel the spark that I was hoping for, I’m not sure why or what it is but I must trust my instincts and believe that I will make the right decisions. I feel strongly that we are not destined to continue…

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Winter Succumbs

Poet Rummager

Photo by –FlyTrapMan–


Frozen nights with our bodies enwrapped.

The frost outside scratches; scarring the glass.

In our bedroom, two sparks ignite one flame.

The ice gazes in at the fire we’ve created.

It crackles our window pane.

The inferno burns on licking and combusting.

Icicles start to drip from the heat we’re emanating.

The scorching temperature from within so hot, it’s sensed

by the snow outside as it succumbs, and winter begins to evanesce.

Photograph by FlyTrapMan (Click here to visit and follow his blog).

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