And everyone is getting swept up in the reflection that comes with looking back. Unfortunately, we're not an exception this time – you will have to grit your teeth through some unbearably cliched content today.
BUT Arjun has done the hard work of combing through every single* news story about Indian tech and summarising the 52 major developments:
📋iTunes: A case study on technological Innovation 🤓 The success of any interesting product is not just a function of its efficacy, but of a complex social and economic process generated by the interaction of the technology with the market and the sociopolitical establishment.
📖Story of your life How you arrange the plot points of your life into a narrative can shape who you are—and is a fundamental part of being human.
💉"Even the best of us would call it organised chaos”💊 Stories from an ER: The most common question we get asked is, “Did you take the bullet out?” We don’t take the bullets out. If they’re in our face and we find them, great, but unless they are in certain places like joints, we don’t go looking for bullets. They’re like splinters: They work their way out eventually.
52 things I learned in 2018 #40: The fake smile—the kind you do for a posed photograph—didn’t exist until the eighteenth century, when the upper classes could afford the services of dentists. 52 things I learned in 2018 (a different one!) #39: 54% of Chinese born after 1995 chose “influencer” as their most desired occupation.