Showing posts from July, 2015

Playing old DOS games

Swami Gulagulaananda said: " Only 90's kids will understand this " Remember the good old days of Dangerous Dave, Doom and Commander Keen? I remember spending countless hours playing all those games - Jazz Jackrabbit, Cosmo's cosmic adventures, Hocus Pocus, Prince of Persia... the list is endless. I recently stumbled upon a great way to play those old DOS based games on your modern computer. I thought of sharing it with you guys. Install DosBox The first step is to download and install DosBox, a DOS emulator. Download DosBox Download Games The next step is to download games. There is a wonderful site that hosts all these old games. You can search and download the games of your choice from here. Download Games Make games available on DosBox After you download games, unzip the files Create a dedicated folder to put all your downloaded games. Like, C:\dos_games or ~/dos_games . Now, run DosBox. You should see the terminal. Run the command below: moun

The Kannada Hater

Swami Gulagulaananda said: " Keep an open mind about everything in life " " There are more Indians in the US than within the borders of India ", he said. " What in heaven's name do you mean? " I asked. He replied, " Yes, in other countries, there are many Indians. But within India, you have a Bihari, a Madarasi, a Tamilian, a Telgite, a Kannadiga, Hindu, Muslim etc. but no Indians " It's an old SMS forward that I paraphrased above. But a deep one nonetheless I was absent-mindedly scrolling through the infinite curated posts on my Facebook wall the other day when I stumbled upon a post. What caught my attention was the fact that my junior from college had ' liked ' it, but the photo of the guy in the post was my former colleague. What was the connection? I then paid a little more attention and noticed that it was a photo accompanied by a write-up of some sort. I clicked on it to expand the content and read something as foll