I'll surely take a look and I am sure they will be "something".I've read both of those and he did a wonderful job of breaking it down for the layperson. I'd have shared my goodreads profile but I do not wish to expose my identity. Speaking of which you might wanna check out "Dreams of the other worlds" by Chris Impey and "Astrophysics for people in a hurry" by Neil deGrasse Tyson.
This book "Skin in the game" was written before the advent of Crypto and is mainly focused on the evaluation of the risk factors. So, it will get you through the fundamentals of risk management.The problem with Nassim is he's got this tunnel vision about Crypto looking at it from a trader's point of view and we can never see eye to eye...
When Obama Administration directed Visa/Mastercard and other payment gateways to stop processing donations to Wikileaks, Bitcoin was created.... you can send it to anyone, anywhere and you hold your private keys, so you hold your funds, no one else.... and that's it's true power.... But I digress.
Say my Salaam to your father. He is one of those who had made many Pakistanis like me so proud.Ah Oman, my country of birth... Father was serving as Director of Education back then, the only non Omani asian....
میرے ساتھ تمیز سے بات کیا کرو یو میٹرکولیشن
Good thoughts.Know your strengths, in other words, skills, and keep them sharp, always be honest with yourself so you do not go for projects beyond your skill level. Reputation is everything. The journey is not a bed of roses especially if you're just getting started. It takes time, sweat and dedication to build a client base to the extent where you do not even need to apply for projects and instead rely upon the relationship with various studios/clients you'd build overtime. Build your portfolio, if you can't get paid work, help out those non profit organizations do whatever it takes to build a portfolio. Try various freelancing platforms, stick to those that work for you.
Yes, the Niazi chowk.... I have been there and have made great friends. Its a great place with a wonderful company.yes sir, I am from Karachi. born and raised in Kharadar and moved to Gulshan Iqbal back in early 80s.
probably niazi chowk or niazi colony you mean. yes, many of my kind live there. its in lyari. as most of us earn their livelihood from transport and karachi port.
Its not only in Karachi, Lahore and Faisalabad are worst for U/G water quality. All those chemicals leaching into the U/G water reservoirs and polluting them like hell. I even found heavy metals like mercury in water samples from Faisalabad industrial area and in Lahore, arsenic levels are so high that you cannot find potable water even at the depths of 350 feet. The levels of arsenic are lethal. Then the outskirts of Lahore, and Sialkot have leather tanneries which use chromium as a dying agent and then discharge this water without treatment .... you can very well imagine the consequences.Anything and everything can be made in Pakistan. the only thing wrong about that is, the industrialists don'T want to invest in water treatment plants. as it cuts their profit.
my heart bleeds when I see how we poisoned our ground water in karachi. It contains all sorts of heavy metals, salts and chemicals. many times higher than what international organizations have set standard for the drinking water quality index.
Good. Well, bioremedial methods aka biological wastewater management is best for such industries. We also recovered some brownfields by the use of certain mushroomsmy work takes me to places. and these days living in austria. working on a biological wastewater treatment plant for a paper and carton manufacturer. the water is treatet before it is induced in the river or recycled back to the paper machine. and as a byproduct, biogas is produced.
Well, in this design, they are only sequestering the carbon, but I wanted to take it a step further. I wanted to use the filtered water for some other agri purposes so to benefit the local population.that is an interesting read.
Cheers mate. It really was a pleasure while serving tea to the project director, escorting the delegations to the conference hall and driving home the kids of the Senior Project Architect from school. Additionally, I cleaned the desk of the project director too.Excellent. Well done. Really interesting. You are very lucky to have the opportunity of working in such a field and getting the experience
Cheers mate. It really was a pleasure while serving tea to the project director, escorting the delegations to the conference hall and driving home the kids of the Senior Project Architect from school. Additionally, I cleaned the desk of the project director too.
All that made me what I am today.
You tell about yourself. What do you do in UK?
اوئے ’’لُبّڑ شیر‘‘، صحیح صحیح بتا تو کس سرکس سے بھاگا تھا؟
تیری پوسٹ سے گندی نالی جیسی بدبو آتی ہے بندہ جواب کیا دے، پہلے جاکر نہا دھو اور غلاظت دور کر پھر بات کرنابقول تم جیسے پٹواری حرامزادوں کے، بشمول سنتری بادشاہ سارے سنتری میٹریکولیٹ ہوتے ہیں
اِس فارمولے کے تحت پالاسٹکی نانی پورے 5 مہینے بغیر نکاح کے ایک سنتری کے نیچے پانی پانی ہوتی رہی
میں اگر میٹرک سے زیادہ پڑھا لکھاہوتا تو مجھے تم سے بات کرنے کی ضرورت ہی نہیں پڑتی۔
اور میں نے کونسا تمھاری قطری یونیورسٹی کی کیلبری فونٹ میں لکھی ڈگری کی تصویر یہاں شیئر کردی ہے، جو تم غصّہ ہو رہے ہو؟
اچھا، چلو ناراض مت ہو، مان لیا تم خود سرکس سے نہیں بھاگے تھے، انھوں نے خود تمھیں چھوڑ دیا تھا، کہ لگتا شیر ہے لیکن حرکتیں نونیوں والی کرتا ہے۔ بس۔۔۔۔ خوش ؟؟؟
میں ان کو خوب جانتا ہوں کیسے دھوکے سے ممبرز کی پرائیویٹ معلومات حاصل کرتے ہیں اور پھر اپنے مخالفین کے ایڈریسز ایجنسیوں کو دے دیتے ہیں۔ مجھے ان بندوں اور آی ڈیز کا بھی پتا ہے جو یہ کام ہر چند مہینے بعد کسی تھریڈ سے شروع کرتے ہیں
میں ان کا سب سے بڑا مخالف اور تنقید کرنے والا ہوں لہذا ان کی کبھی بھی درست معلومات نہیں دے سکتا
ویسے آپ کی تسلی کیلئے بتادوں کہ چاغی میں ایٹمی دھماکہ کرنے والوں میں یہ عاجز بھی شامل تھا
That is great Doctor sahab. You deserve an applause for keeping our flag high over there for so long. May you excel further (Ameen)Doctor/ labourer. Have been here long time 35 years.
Actually these were my main tasks.... lols. The menial ones were regarding the project and its core research. Really petty things to do. But thanks to the "chittar" of my parents and teachers. It really helped me a lot in my life.I also like you had to go through lots of menial tasks!