https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kDMT9e5Wb2Y You *must* have eye-rolled at this fairness cream ad by now. It depicts a father-daughter duo jogging in a park when the father pitches a potential suitor who has EVERYTHING a young girl could desire 'a good job, his own house, well-settled'. Since this is a fairness cream commercial, based in India but also… Continue reading “Phir ban gaya na, equal -equal” – Fair and Lovely takes a Jab at Fairness in Adulting expectations
Mattel’s $300 3D printer lets you design and create your own toys It's no Silicon Valley, but Pakistan is building it's own Startup Scene For gifted children, being intelligent can have dark implications Inside a Saudi Arabian Oil Giant’s American Oasis Is majoring in liberal arts a mistake for students? (NOOO!) Can Technology Be a… Continue reading What I’m reading today: Tech & Edu
First, read this tweet. If only there was the same zeal for working as there is for protesting. — Hassan Sheheryar (@HSYCOUTUREKING) February 3, 2016 When the Wiggle-Room Becomes the Bermuda Triangle As social animals, us humans have an inherent sense of how compatible we are with others. This compatibility does extend beyond the typical… Continue reading M.I.A.: Work Culture
What Lahore desperately needs is an affordable Co-working space which is open to all types of professional, techies and non-techies, entrepreneurs, freelancers, cottage-industry workers, bakers and yes, even musicians.
Less than two hours before my evening class at the university begins and I am all smiles. Is it usual for a Communications instructor to be so pumped about their courses? It is for me, especially since we are scheduled to take part in Mock Job Interviews this evening. We'll begin with a run-through of… Continue reading Planning a Mock Interview Activity
If there is one aspect of modern living that I adore, it would have to be the ability to listen to books on-the-go. I recently downloaded The Martian by Andrew Weir and Rising Strong by Brene Brown to listen during my daily commute to the university.
GOT A JOB? The job market is rough. There are no two ways about it. You may get the phone call but the interview gets postponed indefinitely. The first interview goes well, apparently, but you never get a call back. You settle for a role that you are overqualified for ( as well as a… Continue reading Career Success in 2016 (1/3)
Proud to be listed on the Speakerinnen website - that, too, highlighting my favorite topics to speak about - Empowering Women, Communications, Educational Technology and Employability Training. Kudos to the founders of the project; this is a great way to show support for balanced representation of both genders on the stage and across all other platforms (digital/virtual).… Continue reading Listed on Speakerinnen!
A quick write-up following a visit to a local crafts fair in Lahore - The Good, The Bad and The Ugly! The Good The Season-November in Lahore is the closest we get to Autumn around here, so it was quite comfortable while browsing through the crowds for the perfect handicraft fix. The sun is bright… Continue reading Creative Chaos: Ethnic Crafts Fair in Lahore