Net neutrality

I was shocked to find that DOT (Department of Technology, India) has blocked major file sharing websites. This clearly is a failure of democracy in india. This proves either india does not care about Internet neutrality or India does not have infra to take right action.

Thank god I live in India. These efforts are not very effective. But they are philosophically wrong. What is this? school! where they police what we will do on internet.

Some will say this is only way to counter piracy, but I feel this is primitive and caveman’s way of moderating a civilized society. What do you say.

Wikileaks and I

What is WikiLeaks? How does it affects you. What do you have to do with the something in USA. Why should you have a opinion for WikiLeaks.

I am in state of sock and refusal. I want to write a lot on this, So I will make this as running post.

Programming Republic of Perl

So I landed in Programming Republic of Perl.

I started with

“Wall continues to oversee further development of Perl and serves as the Benevolent Dictator for Life of the Perl project. His role in Perl is best conveyed by the so-called 2 Rules, taken from the official Perl documentation:

1. Larry is always by definition right about how Perl should behave. This means he has final veto power on the core functionality.
2. Larry is allowed to change his mind about any matter at a later date, regardless of whether he previously invoked Rule 1.

Got that? Larry is always right, even when he was wrong.”

I will keep you all updated about my emotions of learning Perl. 😀
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