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சித்தர்கள் அருளிய அற்புத ஆயுர்வேத பானம் செய்முறை|kuttisathan - YouTube
ingredients from 1:15
1. curd - thayir - pudhu - break >>> like koozhu ... take a little
2. seeragam powder
3. pepper powder
4. ginger
5. curry leaves
6. small onion ... not large !
7. water - one sombu...
mix well
8. salt - rock best

drink in empty stomach

drink in summer and avoid in winter...
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20 days ago by bekishore
What is Amazon? | Zack's notes
As Claude Harris put it, “I always told the buyers: ‘You’re not negotiating for Walmart, you’re negotiating for your customer. And your customer deserves the best price you can get. Don’t ever feel sorry for a vendor. He knows what he can sell for, and we want his bottom price.’”

Sam Walton was the ‘intelligent designer’ behind the Walmart algorithm: that is, a) “a wide assortment of good quality merchandise”, b) offered “at the lowest possible prices,” c) backed by “guaranteed satisfaction” and “friendly, knowledgeable service,” d) available during “convenient hours” with “free parking” and “a pleasant shopping experience,” e) all within the largest, most convenient possible store size and location permitted by local economics.

And so, as told by former Amazon engineer Steve Yegge, Jeff Bezos issued an edict: 1) All teams will henceforth expose their data and functionality through interfaces, 2) teams must communicate with each other through these interfaces, 3) all interfaces, without exception, must be designed from the ground up to be exposed to developers in the outside world, and 4) anyone who doesn’t do this will be fired.
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22 days ago by bekishore
AskDrKanShow: Episode30 - Glutathione & AutoImmune - YouTube
autoimmune disease in us - 50 mill

heart disease - 22mil

cancer - 9mil

==

medicine should not be drugs and surgery
is symptom based

no symptom does not mean nothing wrong... something could be wrong inside...

21:00 onwards ... glutathione

glutathione is like a bodyguard that takes bullets... but not too many !
liposomal  glutathione  askdrkanshow  kan  peter  dr  doctor  autoimmune  ai  auto  immune  system  whatis  super  useful  0 
july 2018 by bekishore
SQLite with a Fine-Toothed Comb – Embedded in Academia
SQLite is a carefully engineered and thoroughly tested piece of software. Even so, it contains undefined behaviors because, until recently, no good checker for these behaviors existed. If anything is going to save us from UB hell, it’s tools combined with developers who care to listen to them. Richard Hipp is a programming hero who always responds quickly and has been receptive to the fiddly kinds of problems I’m talking about here.
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july 2018 by bekishore
A Letter To The Superhuman - Siddha Performance
I will state a great Truth.

You have adopted the habits and behaviors of mortal men.

Society is your enemy. You cannot afford to wear any of its colors. You cannot afford to wave its flag.

Society is a vortex which consumes those who allow themselves to be consumed.

One of the habits of society that you have inculcated is the oscillation between Mind and No-Mind.
letter  super  great  truth  no-mind  mind  oscillation  human  superhuman  siddha  performance  kapil  gupta  society  enemy 
july 2018 by bekishore
On The Buddha's Enlightenment And Yours - Siddha Performance
Until Do or Die is reached, nothing really happens.

...

The thing about which a man is Sincere, he attains.

And the thing about which he is not Sincere, he looks for prescriptions.

What else are you going to do with your life?

Why else are you here?
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july 2018 by bekishore
Giving and Taking Criticism — Chappell Ellison
I firmly believe you can be a critic while being kind and open-hearted.

I don’t even care if that sounds naive.

Most people think the number one goal of a critic is to judge whether work is good or bad.

They are wrong. #imo

The number one goal of a critic should be to make things better. That’s it. None of this binary good/bad stuff. Lots of people would disagree with me on this.
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may 2018 by bekishore
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