About me.

Table of Contents

  1. Personal
    1. Uses this
      1. Hardware
        1. Computer
          1. Mac Mini (2021-current)
          2. Compaq 610 (2010-Current)
          3. Pentium Desktop (2008-2021)
        2. Mobile Phone
          1. Redmi Note 4
          2. Yu Yureka
          3. Maxx
          4. Nokia 1200
        3. Kindle
      2. Software & Services
      3. Contact


“Sometimes you put walls up not to keep people out, but to see who cares enough to break them down.” ― Socrates

“There's more to me than you see, another me down inside somewhere, full of hate, ready to hurt, cut, smash, or if maybe there's no Other and there's just me alone, then I'm not the person I thought I was, I'm something twisted and terrible, terrible.” ― Dean Koontz, False Memory

“There is in every one of us, even those who seem to be most moderate, a type of desire that is terrible, wild, and lawless.” ― Plato, The Republic

Uses this

What software, computer & other hardware I use everyday. This section is heavily inspired by uses this


I am practically surrounded by hardware. I don’t like to throw things away. So, over the years I have hoarded so much junk that sometimes I wonder if I had sold them earlier I would have been a rich man by now.


Almost all of my online time is spent on my computer staring at the screen. Over the years I have used many computers.

Mac Mini (2021-current)

Currently I am rocking a Apple M1 Mac Mini base model with a big a** 24 inch LG monitor, Logitech K380 keyboard, M350 Pebble mouse, C270 webcam, XP-PEN Star G960S graphic tablet, 2 Mivi TWS Speakers and Apple AirPods 2nd gen. This setup is plugged in a 900VA UPS because of frequent power cuts(I live in mountains). The backups and other (larger) files are stored in a 1.5 TB external hard drive because apparently 256 GB is very insufficient and upgrading storage (in 256GB portions) is 200$ each. Originally, my plan was to build a Ryzen 5 Desktop but the local store didn’t had it and the price on Amazon was over the roof. The GPU scalpers weren’t making the game any favourable. After waiting for 2 months, I pulled the plug and bought the mac mini. What made the Mac more attractive was the student discount and free AirPods(yep!! freee). I got it at the price in which I would have built a custom Ryzen 3 build with discrete GPU(GTX 1660). Despite having a ARM based chip, I didn’t encounter any problem in installing dev tools. The biggest pro is that it uses very less electricity, which means I can use it for more time during power failures. The ability to use iPhone and iPad apps on mac is also a feature that has proven to be useful as I can use my non HomeKit devices directly from Mac with their apps. The only con is the limited I/O on this device.

Compaq 610 (2010-Current)

The mere fact that this laptop is still working baffles me. A ten year old Core 2 Duo is surprisingly still usable for typing & reading docs. This laptop has served as my personal Lab for years. Being my lab, it has underwent a spill, screen replacement, multiple drops and other tortures. I made my first app on this, I made my first website on this laptop. This isn’t just a Laptop for me, it is something special to me. It hosts a modest configuration of 3GB RAM, Intel Core 2 Duo T5870 @2.70GHz, 320 GB HDD, integrated GPU and a vast I/O. I use dual boot of Windows 7 Ultimate and a Linux Distro. I am always switching back and forth between Debian based and Ubuntu because I cant decide on one. Even to this day I use it to scrap websites and data overnight.

Pentium Desktop (2008-2021)

I also use two Pentium Desktops that my father built. Each of them has a Intel Pentium CPU, 4GB RAM, 1 & 2 TB HDDs. I also use them to scrap data off internet and store old files. But the recent advancements in technology have rendered them unusable, so I am thinking of installing Linux on them as they now host Windwos 10 Pro and Windows 7 Ultimate.

Mobile Phone

Redmi Note 4
Yu Yureka
Nokia 1200


“Doubt thou the stars are fire; Doubt that the sun doth move; Doubt truth to be a liar; But never doubt I love.” ― William Shakespeare, Hamlet

Ah! My Love for my Kindle isnt the one that could be described by words. My Best Buddy

Software & Services