Hey guys, I discovered few pages lying around and on closer look, I found that I had written a story on them and most probably it was from Grade 8. So, I am sharing that story with you. I have edited it a bit to make it better. I hope you enjoy it. Do drop a comment and tell me your opinion.
Hey guys. I had applied to NYU via the Early Decision cycle in November 2018. I did get in and that too with a fine amount of scholarship. So, I am showing my common app essay for your reference. Please don’t copy it, your essay tells about your personal story and the admissions officers are smart enough to judge if an essay relates to you or not by reading the other details that you provided on your application.
Hey guys. I have uploaded a video to my YouTube channel. I simulated 400+ dominos falling inside Unity. And trust me to even get this result, it took so much time (probably more than 50 hours). It was quite tough to understand Cinemachine on my own.
A few years back, my older brother showed me a video of a guy on YouTube producing ambient music. It was so surreal and touching to hear the beautiful melodies he made. I forgot his name and sometime later I tried to find him. By the time probably my brother might have also forgotten about him so I didn’t ask him. But accidentally I met the channel AmbienMusicalGenre. At that time it was not so fairly popular. I listened to one of its ambient mixes and was completely spellbound and mesmerized. Below are two of my favorites:
Salut! This is the first-ever article of the series ‘HIDDEN GEMS’. Through the articles titled with this same name, I will be sharing interesting stuff just anything like songs or games that are not so popular or mainstream but are a treat to discover. This one is about three songs that I find to be really good.
Hiya! Welcome to today’s episode which is about Tokyo Ghoul: re, the season that some of us had been waiting for so eagerly. This is going to be a spoiler-free review.
For those of you who are unaware of it, Tokyo Ghoul: re is the third season of Tokyo ghoul, an action anime series that follows the story of Ken Kaneki, a nerdy guy whose life changes completely when by circumstances he turns into a ghoul. His unexpected foray into a dark world is followed through. The last episode left us on a cliffhanger and since then we have had many burning questions.
Here are all the Japanese songs I listen to. My list is pretty short but I like each song very much. Most of the songs in the playlist below are from anime shows that I watched in the past. Do check out some songs from my playlist and let me know which one liked the most.
Based on a horror novel by Stephen King, IT is an incredible movie. With top-notch visual effects and consistent amusing ambiance, IT is a pleasant terror to watch. It presents to you a group of somewhat super brave kids who have to face an evil lurking within the city. With a well-planned course of events and consistent terror and an epic finale, IT instills in you a really good terror.
2. The Cabin in the Woods (2011)
The Cabin in the Woods is a terrific horror movie starring Chris Hemsworth. Hell breaks upon a five-membered group who went on a little holiday. The movie kills characters pensively and dramatically. A terrific set of climaxes and an amusing end makes it a really good watch.
3. Insidious (2010)
Seeing a friend of mine be a real fan of the Insidious movie series, I decided to watch one of them. When I watched the first movie, I was petrified. Presenting you with a little fresh theory on ghosts, It presents a family of four stuck in a mess. Little by little, it terrifies you constantly and lands you with unexpected results till the end.
Are you pretty amused by computers, the web and all things geeky? If you are, you will love Computer Science. The subject delves deep into the workings of the computer and teaches you to do wonders with it.
The one online course that gives a really good exposure with CS and its intersection and impact on other subjects is CS50 offered by Harvard.