I can’t express my happiness after seeing this notification.
I thank each and everyone for supporting me, following my blog ‘MY BEST VISION IN WORDS’. This is something that I didn’t imagine would happen in a very short period of time. I will come up with more interesting and amazing posts.
I thank everyone for bringing smile on my face. Wishing you all good health and happiness✨
You Tube is a video sharing website. Launched in May 2005, YouTube allows billions of people to discover , as well as to watch and share originally created videos. It also provides a platform for people to connect, inform and inspire others across the globe.
YouTube was founded by Chad Hurley, Steve Chen, Jawad Karim, who were all early employees of PayPal. The very first YouTube video was uploaded on 23 April 2005 by founder Jawad Karim titled ‘Me at thezoo’. (122M views, 4.8M likes) https://youtu.be/jNQXAC9IVRw
During the summer of 2006, You Tube was one of the fastest growing sites on the Web. The Website averaged nearly 20 million visitors per month. Alexa ranked You Tube the third most visited site after Google and Facebook.
On 9 October 2006, it was announced that the company would be purchased by Google with an agreement to media companies in an attempt to avoid copyright infringement lawsuits. (For US$ 1.65billion). In the same year YouTube entered into marketing and advertising partnership with NCB-Universal.
In 2007, the You Tube Awards are awards given out in recognition of the best YouTube videos of the preceding year as voted by You Tube community.
YouTube relaunched it’s design and layout on December 4, 2012. Gangnam Style became first You Tube video to supress one billion views. https://youtu.be/9bZkp7q19f0 (3.8billion views)
YouTube statistics claim that more than 400 hours of video was uploaded to the site per minute. At over one billion users, You Tube has over third of the entire population of the Internet hooked on to it!
I am thankful to Pavithra for nominating me for ‘The Face Behind The Blog’ tag. She is an amazing blogger. Check out her blogs here: http://introvertbags.wordpress.com This post is about brief introduction about myself.
WHO AM I?
My name is Aishwarya. I am 18 years old, born on 22 July 2002.
WHERE AM I FROM
I am from Karnataka, India. My mother tongue is Kannada (ಕನ್ನಡ). I also speak Hindi and English languages. Bangalore is the capital city of Karnataka. It is known as ‘Silicon Valley of India’ because of the growing IT (information technology) sector and startups. Bangalore is the Headquarters of some India’s largest companies such as Wipro, ISRO, Infosys, HAL etc..
WHAT’S A PERFECT DAY
My perfect day would be having my favourite food, reading book, watching movies on Netflix. Playing my favourite songs from Spotify playlist. Going for a long ride somewhere near plateau with friends. Having momos and panipuri for snacks. Take a hot shower and go to sleep.
WHAT DO I DO?
I have completed my Senior Secondary ( grade 12). I want to pursue BTech in Computer Science.
There is no much work right now. I blog, draw, paint, exercise🏃,read books 📚,talk to friends,solve aptitude and reasoning to improve problem solving skills💁, learning programming languages C++,java, python so that I can speak to computer and make them my friends 😁, help mom in doing household work.
I would like to share few of my artworks:
WHY DO I BLOG?
I love to write. I am curious to know about things around, I also want them to share with people. I want a disciplined life. I feel blogging is good to invest my time in, otherwise I do random things and waste my time or sit idle. Through blogger I get to know many things. When I read blog posts of others I feel a sense of positivity. I feel good when people respond to my post
MY NOMINATIONSFOR THIS TAGARE:
Also I find many blog posts creative and inspirational. It’s hard to take everyone’s name. If you want to take part, you are welcome🙏. Feel free to write and post.
1)Use the tag ‘The Face Behind The Blog’ ,to post a little bit about yourself.
As much or little as you like . Feel free to use the questions above or any others. Include your own picture.
2)Tag 2 or more blogs you love and leave an open invitation too.
Get to know the face behind your favourite blogs! After you’ve published your post, let your blog friend know you have tagged them.
These are the words of Swami Vivekananda. Please read it. This definitely helps the demotivated, the diseased, light-hearted ,hardworker , youths. Be kind to each and everyone.
This life is short. They alonelive who live for others, the rest aremore dead than alive. It is not the receiver that is blessed, but it is the giver. The man who asked for no return, the perfectly unselfish man, is the most successful.
It is the gratest privilege in our life that we are allowed to serve the Lord in all these shapes. Then only world awake, when hundreds of large hearted men and women, giving up all desires of enjoying the luxuries of life,will long and exert themselves to their utmost for the well being of the millions of their countrymen who are gradually sinking lower and lower in the vortex of ignorance. The easiestway to make ourselves happy is to seethat others are happy. He who knows to serve knows how to rule.
It is far better to die on the field of duty, preaching the truth, than to die like worldly work. Bold words and bolder deeds are what we want. In helping the world we really help ourselves. Blessed are they whose bodies get destroyed in the services of others.
He who sees God in the poor, weak and diseased really worships God, if he sees God only in image, his worship is preliminary. Gratitude and hospitality are the peculiar characteristics of humanity. Even if you cannot give to others for want of money, surely you can at least breathe into their ears some good words or impact some good instructions. Can’t you?
Learn obedience first. Always firstlearn to be a servant; and then you will be fit to be a master. Stretch forth a helping hand, and open the gates of knowledge to one and all, and give the downtrodden masses their rights and privileges.
When Belgian chemist Leo Baekeland, using phenol and formaldehyde, made a ‘synthetic thermoset’ he called it plastic in 1907.
It was welcomed as a boon to humankind. Given its malleability and the ease with which it could be moulded into solid objects, plastic made from petrochemicals was soon used to make not just buckets, pots and bottles for consumers but also became a staple raw material for a wide range of industrial goods and products.
However, while it plays an important role in our lives, a pressing concern is disposing the vast quantities of plastic that go to waste, such as plastic carring bags. Plastic materials take anything from 400 to 1000 years to degrade, and are considered toxic.
Many cities have banned the use of plastic bags. But still you will find a sea of plastic near garbage landfill near metro etc..
Worldwide, disposable plastic water bottles now general more than 50tonnes of garbage each year. Scientists have been working on multiple ways to combat the menace. Recently, a team of Japanese researchers reported that they have found a species of bacteria that actually munches it’s way into plastics made from polythene terephthalate, or PET, which is used in disposable water bottles and blister packaging. To discover the bacteria that eats into plastic and makes it biodegradable, scientists scoured landfills to find plastic that showed signs of degradation. In laboratories, they then grow the microbes they had gathered from those plastic samples, and conducted extensive tests to see how they break down the plastic . The result are encouraging . Research is now on to discover other plastic-degrading microbes . In the near future, we may soon let loose these microbes in dumps to degrade plastic into harmless waste.
Let’s hope that it will be helpful for us. For time being we should minimise the usage of plastic and protect environment.
I like trying new things. I have developed a unique interest for Geometric Art. I have been doing this for quite a long time. It’s interesting and relaxing. Here are few of my Geometrical art patterns :
Here’s a surprising fact: after water, concrete is the mostconsumed material in the world, with almost three tonnes per person used annually. Concrete, along with its key components, cement, has been used from time immemorial-the Romans has mastered the art of making it and building colossal structures with it. But modern -day production of cement is highly energy intensive, and contribution over five percent to man- made global carbon dioxide emissions.
Now a UK company is using ‘granulated slag’ – a byproduct of iron and steel manufacturing- to produce concrete without using cement called Cemfree, it boasts the same strength and durability as cement, but it is more climate friendly. It is able to produce zero-carbon concrete with much less water than usually needed. Commercial production has already begun, and it will not be long before other companies come up with similar products.
It is beneficial where there is a massive infrastructure building programme. The development of cement-free concrete will considerably help in conserving water and keeping down its emission of greenhouse gases.
I am fortunate to be nominated for ‘The Black Cat Blue Sea Award’ by another wonderful blogger -Sprightly Shreya. She keeps us motivated through her poems and also shares trace of her life through writeups. This is my first ever blogger nominee. Checkout her blogs. http://noidadotacademy.wordpress.com Once again I thank you for nominating me.
This award is for bloggers who strive to write for everybody, and no matter how many viewers they get make an impact on a reader. This award is an expression of gratitude to the nominee. It should be awarded to anybody that you choose deserves it and it doesn’t mean that they must have hundreds of followers and likes.
Rules for this award are;
1) Anybody nominated, can nominate seven (lucky number) other bloggers.
2) Anybody nominated answers three questions.
3) The question you ask while nominating can be any three questions.
4) If any of the question asked areoffending or simply do not want to be answered, the nominee does not have to answer them to earn the award.
My nominees are :
1) Cindy Georgakas
2) Angela Graft
5) D.S .Chauhan
6) Gayatree Tripathy
7) Dave Astor
Questions asked to me were:
1) One best memory of yours. Ans: Though I partially remember once when I was in cradle my naught brother sprinked water on me and ran away. I kept crying and my dad was like ‘How much she cries, whole day crying!!!’.They didn’t come to know why was I crying, my brother did excape from the blame. We remember and taunt. Many things in childhood spending time with friends..lunch intervel.. winning awards..lectures of teachers.. family trips been memorable and special.
2) What is your favourite pass time activity? Ans : My favourite pass time activity is Reading. I read novels,fictions, magazines etc..( I have mini library at house). I also love gardening. Growing varieties of plants and watering them is fun.
3) What blogging means to you? Ans: Blogging has become my favourite activity in recent times. It means a lot to me .It helps me continue my joy of writing, share myside of story or give my opinion,to connect with people of similar mind and their emotions, also to look at world in different perspective and understand it in better way.
Thankyou for your wonderful questions.
My questions to nominees are:
1) Which country do you like to visit? and why? ( Your dream place).
2) What are the achievements you are most proud of?
3) Your piece of advice to me(or all the bloggers out there) as a blogger.
According to a study, Polar bears are losing life sustaining ice, crucial for hunting, resting and breeding. As climate change pushes up in Arctic temperature, ice is melting earlier in spring and re-freezing in autumn. Total number of ice covered days is declining.
The global population of polar bears with scientific name Ursus maritimus is estimated about 25, 000. Their status on the ICUN’S Red List of endangered species is currently listed as ‘vulnurable’.
How is melting of ice effecting polar bear? Polar bears spend most of their time on sheets of frozen ocean water, which melts and recede in warmer months, and then reform in winter. When the ice melts ,the animals come ashore and survive on stored fat until it refreezes, a period that has become longer and longer. With longer iceless periods, polar bear have to swim further and further to find solid ground. The bears need sea ice for hunting as they cannot outswim seals, their preferred prey. They get around their by waiting near holes in the ice and ambushing the seals as they come up for air. Male and female bears also meet on ice sheets to mate. Changes in the sea have shown to impact polar bear abundance, productivity, body condition and distribution.
What is the cause for ice sheets to melt? With more water to navigate, Arctic shipping activities have increased, as well as opportunities for oil and gas development, further threatening the animal’s habitat. Experts say Arctic sea ice melt will, in turn contribute to sea level rise, and feed back into global warming. Ice reflects warming sunlight away, while water absorbs the heat.
What should be done to avoid further melting? Well, my suggestion is first to spread awareness about this topic. We should avoid the use of CFCs (Chlorofluorocarbon) which contribute in rising global temperature ( global warming). We should stop deforestation as the presence of abundant trees will cool down the global temperature, beside this we must prevent soil erosion. Scattering millions of tiny glass beads to reflect sunlight is also a good way. Melting glaciers add to rising sea levels, increases coastal erosion ,create more frequent and intense coastal storms like hurricanes and typhoons.