|19 Nov 2023 20:49||recovery|
|05 Sep 2023 19:36||Feels good to be back [@atlanhq](https://twitter.com/atlanhq);|
|05 Sep 2023 19:34||long time no see|
|01 Jun 2023 05:23||Started working on something new - what I call The Moment Project. [Polaroid Camera](https://www.polaroid.com/en_us/products/now-plus-polaroid-camera?variant=39854516863048) joins the toy bag.|
|01 Jun 2023 05:20||Moved to San Jose recently. Mostly exploring a whole bunch of places in the Bay Area and working on developer tooling this summer.|
|09 May 2023 08:41||Moved /people to private - something about it didn't quite feel right. There'll always be a snapshot of the page on the [Wayback Machine](https://web.archive.org/).|
|07 May 2023 09:17||A cool [reddit AMA](https://www.reddit.com/r/developersIndia/comments/13acrzg/i_am_kailash_nadh_hobbyist_developer_cto_at) by Zerodha's CTO, Kailash Nadh. Discussions mostly centered around tech stack, culture, decision making, advice, opinions on recent technological progress and more. Another interesting read ([amateurs-vs-professionals](https://fs.blog/amateurs-professionals/)), but realize it's never 0 or a 1 - it's a spectrum. I have been reading some thought-provoking blocks these days; primariliy on reddit, hackernews and all over the internet - might start a **`What I Read this Week`** soon.|
|06 May 2023 20:30||Now we also have comments powered by [utterance](https://github.com/utterance/utterances) for post and streams at the bottom of the page. [inishchith/utternace](https://github.com/inishchith/utterance/issues) houses all the comments for the posts and streams.|
|06 May 2023 19:17||Now we have an RSS feed for all the posts 🎉 The feed is available at [nishchith.com/feed.xml](https://www.nishchith.com/feed.xml). If you already use any of the feed readers - [Feedly](https://feedly.com/), [Feeder](https://feeder.co/), or whatever, you can subscribe to the feed and get notified when I post something new.|
|06 May 2023 18:54||[musictheory.net](https://www.musictheory.net/lessons) - Simple, free and easy to follow music theory lessons on the internet.|
|26 Apr 2023 23:33||I am not a fan of [EDM](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Electronic_dance_music) music, but, The 2022 album from The Chainsmokers duo - [So Far So Good](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/So_Far_So_Good_(The_Chainsmokers_album)) has to be their most independent and best work yet. Some of my personal favorites from the album - - [Something Different](https://music.youtube.com/watch?v=WEVGDEGiGtQ&feature=share) - [Solo Mission](https://music.youtube.com/watch?v=2ch4GkBLCkk&feature=share) - [In Too Deep](https://music.youtube.com/watch?v=u2q_exOfKyk&feature=share)|
|24 Apr 2023 06:20||Each iteration should be a deep craving for perfection, in something you like.
> If it could have been better, I would keep workin on it.
If it could be better, It's NOT DONE. src: [rick rubin: advice for young people](https://youtu.be/ruw-VeBzcrE?t=128)
|17 Apr 2023 04:40||
|07 Apr 2023 07:51||
I am very clear about my purpose in this world, I want to create impact; either directly or by leveraging my learnings to enable someone whose intent is to pay it forward. I am not interested in buying a big car, fancy watch or mansion. Growing up, I always wanted that - now I elude most of it. Heck, I never wore a watch, and probably never will. I mostly do things if I enjoy them or if I want to experience/learn something new or for no reason at all. At one point, I bought 4 black colored t-shirts in a row, just because I thought I spent too much time thinking about colors in the past month. I am not interested in helping people who just want to make their ends meet, chill rest of the time and play the dick-swinging game of money, houses, and cars.
This is how I have felt for long. By putting this out here, I am holding myself accountable and creating a commit to correct myself if the situation arises.
* impact is very broad - in this case, I am mostly talking about building, technological progress or social good, either direct or n-order.
|06 Apr 2023 18:56|
|03 Apr 2023 05:32||
Food Labels - A guide to reading food labels for folks in North America.
|03 Apr 2023 00:53||
I now own the nishchith.in domain as well. I’ll be redirecting traffic to this site until I have better ideas.
|27 Mar 2023 06:42||
liamrosen/fitness - An extensive guide to health and fitness for beginners (with citations).
|21 Mar 2023 04:32||
Recorded a bunch of samples over the past week on my new MIDI keyboard controller.
With the 25-keys, I find it difficult to adjust the scales in real-time - but good enough to get started. Tinkering around with Grageband plugins at midnight is therapeutic.
i used the stienway piano plugin on garageband for these, will post notes soon.
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|24 Feb 2023 10:45||
in Can’t Hurt Me by David Goggins
Okay, that’s a good hook at the start of the book.
|20 Feb 2023 18:18||
I continue to use Github issue’s file upload to host ad-hoc files and get publicly accessible links, dumb but effective. I was wondering if someone has built a simple tool to exploit this - GCS: Github as Cloud Storage(?), lol. Call me stupid, but this helps in case you’re in rush - I have heard people talk about hosting images on s3, dRoPbOx, and whatnot just for a shitty JPEG to be linked on an occasionally-accessed-static-website. Github Gist is something that comes close but is not exactly the use case I am talking about. example
|20 Feb 2023 17:32||
How do I learn something and get better at it?
* something ~ a thing that you are curious about motivation to explore that isn’t a challenge for you.
|11 Feb 2023 22:53||
I have been curious about music production, sporadic reading music theory for long now. I am starting with the Fundamentals of Music Theory class today. Also planning to visit the Music Instrument Meuseum soon, hoping that drives me to learn more about music.