Everyone should be in love with science

I'm starting to believe that it is a mistake, a waste-of-your-life, a sin, to not love maths and science. Let's face it. Math is a hardcore subject. And we can't wrap our head around science subjects that tend to be far from our daily life. But that's the thing. My simple logic says: the harder… Continue reading Everyone should be in love with science


Seeing rain from the third person perspective

#feels   One of the most beautiful experiences living in Bali is the local rain, and the chance to see them fall, few feet in front of you. You watch the land in front you get wet and nourished, while you're standing on a dry land. It's quite a spectacle, a living phenomenon to witness… Continue reading Seeing rain from the third person perspective

Weird Worlds of Laurie Anderson

O Superman, O Judge, O mom and dad. Laurie Anderson is a storyteller, musician, sound artist, filmmaker, technology artist, and many more. Her piece "O Superman" is an eeringly beautiful video, performance, and music┬áthat is later regarded as an prophetic artwork about 9/11, about fear, about America, and about the Americans. Much later on she… Continue reading Weird Worlds of Laurie Anderson

When your phone is stranded alone on an island…

#opini "We design everything on the assumption that people are not heartless or stupid but marvellously capable, given the chance, each and every one." - John Chris Jones When your phone is stranded alone on an island, what would it do? Imagine if your phone is a breathing being with minds, likes, and dislikes. The… Continue reading When your phone is stranded alone on an island…

Packing your thoughts into a tiny, tiny box

#opini You simplify and you minimize your life. From your morning routines to your weekly habits, to your hobbies, to your goals, to your dreams. Hidden in the corner of my room, its small, pale-colored, box was overwhelmed by big books and dolls that tower over it. I never gave much thought and care to… Continue reading Packing your thoughts into a tiny, tiny box