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An Ideal School System

Reading Raghu's Rearview made me realize why kids dread school so much and why i still don't like to recollect my school days. What I don't get is the attitude of parents in-general. Why do they on the first place want their piece of heart to go through such bad upbringing. In Raghu's words, School is mediocrity and uniformity at its worst... when all parents want is the opposite of that.

I get anxious on the thought of sending my kid to any school... which is why homeschooling excites me. Is it my fear or something else? I don't know! All I know is i would send my child without any delay to a place where he genuinely learned and enjoyed learning. Where he finds that being of use to anyone is the only creditability to have something learned and providing value to the society can be an ultimate goal.

Screw Exams. How perfect would it be to have questions from the student himself and he tried to figure of the answer! Ideally It should be the student passing the know…

Ever lived with a Robot?

How would you imagine your life with a Robot?


The Robot would be helpful... do its duty... do as it is asked to... not complain and not change any of your routine.
Imagine you talk and there is no genuine feedback because you know what is programmed is the output. Imagine you are the only one who shares loquaciously.

When you want it to understand emotions, you will have to tell it all in words because it couldn't see through your expressions. It couldn't read your eyes and just hug you because you deserved it. But hugged you because you asked for.

It may masturbate for you... it may tell you jokes if you wanted to be entertained... and even accompany you on a stroll when you felt alone. It would not be like owning a pet... like how your dog would come running, liking all over your face even though it was home alone while you were out. It would just make its presence felt by acting to breath a little louder... just incase you wanted to know that its there.

Ever lived with a r…