Some Indian fashion designers collectively believe that the new approach of online shows will immensely contribute in lowering the carbon footprint. Ahmedabad-based designer Shyamal Shodhan of the label, Shyamal & Bhumika, who unveiled his Summer Festive 20 collection on Instagram recently, thinks that social media is the best medium to showcase. He says, “Especially right now with the Covid-19, there is no other choice anyway. Online is the great place to launch the collection. Everybody must focus on it. Instead of sitting and crying what will happen now, everyone should amp up their online game.” … [Read more...] about When fashion meets technology: Are virtual shows the future of fashion?
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The other conditions are: the advocate/spouse should not have own house or a four wheeler, the advocate should not have enrolled after retirement from any service and should not be drawing any assistance from Central or the State government under any COVID relief scheme. … [Read more...] about COVID relief: Bar Council invites online applications from advocates
— ESPN (@espn) April 5, 2020 “With the Dreamcast, we knew we were innovating on creativity. The whole team also had very deep developer empathy - we loved our partners and I think it showed in the games,” Astromoff explained. “For example, one day these two really nice guys from Canada came to the office to show us their progress on their game, MDK2. Ray and Greg were particularly excited about the implementation of Max the robot dog. From thence, Bioware!” … [Read more...] about ESPN Asks Gamers About The Best Video Game Star, Dreamcast Fans Reign Supreme
Lee Hutchinson: Thanks for calling tech support, how can I kill you? My formative Internet years were the mid 1990s, when the Web was still growing and the vast majority of companies didn't have an Internet presence. USENET was still flourishing back in those days, though the cancer of spam that would eventually choke the life out of most of it was flourishing as well. USENET was a place of wonder and terror—you could find deep and nuanced discussions on anything you could imagine, from the merits of Kirk versus Picard to highbrow domestic policy analysis that would make Nate Silver look like a backward child. You could also find porn of any kind, way before porn became a thing on the Web—USENET was egalitarian in the information it let you access. (Yes, I know it sounds weird, but there really was a time when the Web was essentially free of smut—because it was all on USENET. And on a bunch of private FTP sites that you could never seem to find the passwords for.) … [Read more...] about These are the online communities we will never forget
"I get up, brush my teeth, take a shower and get fully dressed, and the reason is for my own mental health — a sense I'm doing something. It's too easy to slip into losing your whole self and a sense of what you're doing and when you're doing. That can lead to depression for everybody." … [Read more...] about Coronavirus: PA Mental Health Counselors See Patients Online