I am Guneet and this is my mostly-personal-but-also-professional space online. I work at Sputznik, a web development and design firm in Delhi, India. I am a technologist / developer / designer myself. If I am not working, I am probably busy with one of my many disconnected interests (equally many curses be upon the internet!), more about me here. Around the interwebs, I also go by the name mr november.

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This is a personal journal where I write notes, document ideas and post long-ish updates on things I am up to. Coupled with my mastodon feed on Fosstodon, where I have started to microblog, this is an attempt to reduce social network (read Twitter) performance pressures. To be more authentic in what I share and say in public, without taking up unnecessary space. Anyway, thanks for visiting!

  • Now that this website is public

    I'll be documenting what's next for this website here. I make a lot of lists but never at the right place and right time - hopefully this will be a reference for some time to come!

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  • Obsessed with Picrew

    Some months ago I found out about the avatar maker website Picrew. I do not know how to read Japanese, but that didn't stop me from spending multiple hours trying to make avatars of myself! This website's favicon is just one of the avatars that I made 🙂

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  • Saying goodbye to Flickr and hi to Chevereto

    Since the beginning of my photography hobby, I was using Flickr to share and manage albums worthy of public attention. Like many products, Flickr couldn't stay afloat without charging its users. So I have said goodbye to it and have instead decided to use Chevereto. Still need some time to reorganize the pictures though.

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  • Hello again, world!

    This is not the first time I have started a blog. But I am hoping I won't need to do this all over again in the future. I am also hoping that I won't resign myself to Twitter yet again - that was one of the reasons for giving up on my previous blog. I think there is value in having this space, at a personal level specifically, that allows one to express themselves without knowing exactly who is reading.

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