If you like the current state of the internet, you should know about net neutrality. If you are not aware of it, don't worry. Internet is built around the idea of openness. It allows people to connect and exchange information freely, if the information or service is not illegal. Much of this is because of the idea of net neutrality. If you like the current state of the internet, you should know about net neutrality. Many web users are aware of it. But if you are not, don't worry. We explain it here: Click here to register your voice Join The Times of India's campaign to support net neutrality What is net neutrality? Net neutrality is an idea derived from how telephone lines have worked since the beginning of the 20th century. In case of a telephone line, you can dial any number and connect to it. It does not matter if you are calling from operator A to operator B. It doesn't matter if you are calling a restaurant or a drug dealer. The operators neither block the access to a … [Read more...] about What is net neutrality and why it is important?
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I like this just for the naming convention alone. Does Ready at Dawn go for The Order: 1887? The Order: 1886 Part 2? The Order: [insert literally any year here]? You could argue that The Order: 1886 was reviled unfairly. There was a lot of potential beneath the shallow story and linear gameplay. If anything, the graphics were phenomenal. But we all know that graphics alone don't make a game great. … [Read more...] about Unannounced games we want to see on PlayStation 5
One group — the ventral, or bottom, neurons — receives light information directly from the eyes and governs rhythms in tune with periods of light and dark. These neurons are synchronized with the deep sleep associated with physical fatigue because that part of sleep is most closely tied to light-dark cycles. … [Read more...] about Jet Lag Caused By Out-of-synch Brain
Freud is often joked about for his propensity to assign everything with sexual meaning. A likely apocryphal story is that, when someone suggested that the cigars he smoked were phallic symbols, Freud reportedly said, "Sometimes a cigar is just a cigar." Some have called this "Freud’s ultimate anti-Freudian joke." However, there is no written record that this quote actually came from Freud, according to Alan C. Elms in a paper published in 2001 in the Annual of Psychoanalysis. … [Read more...] about Sigmund Freud: Life, Work & Theories