I just blogged about it, "Rickroll, Love Calculator & Social Engineering" : https://subinsb.com/rickroll
It's about how I became victim to Social Engineering and how I almost got my Facebook account "hacked".
Day 8 of self-isolation
I made a website and rickrolled many with the pretext of "FIND OUT WHO HAS VISITED YOUR INSTAGRAM PROFILE !!"
There's a special tree in my home growing out from an old well. It's been here even before we settled here.
Every summer, this tree bears small yellow fruits. A lot of birds come here to eat this including the large Hornbill (വേഴാമ്പൽ). We're lucky to see so many birds in this special tree. Koel (കുയിൽ) like this tree the most. Every evening is a singing fest of them.
Nobody knows the name of this tree and we haven't seen this anywhere else. My new hobby is to reproduce this unique tree.
Apparently, in 1942 a communal riot happened in Kunnamkulam Angadi between Christians and Hindus. I got to know about this through Malayalam Wikipedia. The current generation Kunnamkulam folks don't know about this.
Here's to why Wikipedia documentation is important.
Walked from town to home today. It's a 45-minute walk. The walk became a photowalk and I've now just uploaded 20 photos to Wikimedia Commons.
Kunnamkulam Angadi is a street made in shape of a cross. The houses are old and unique. It's an Agraharam granted by the king Sakthan Thampuran.
The streets are changing, old houses are torn down and new houses are coming up. What can I do, but to preserve history by capturing them and uploading to the largest human encyclopedia :)
I wonder, did some people just picked up some sticks, heard that it makes good sound, so gathered around, started moving, put in a good music and made this artform ?
Ooh, my phone still has some pics of that storm.
Now I'm obliged to upload these to Wikipedia.
This small church is one of the oldest churches in India. It got destroyed very badly in the sudden 2017 storm of Kunnamkulam. Reconstruction made it more modern, ewww.
That storm also killed off a plaavu and mathil in my home.
Press F to pay respects.
Rare usage of "ക്കു്, രു്" : This is how old Malayalam was written. I've been to this church many times, but I've never noticed these.
SMCയിൽ വന്നേപിന്നാ "രു്" ഒക്കെ ഞാൻ അറിഞ്ഞത്.
Went to the oldest church in Kunnamkulam today, which also has the largest cemetery in Kerala.
Captured a lot of pics, explored and uploaded them to Wikipedia.
A storm in 2017 caused huge damages to the church. It has changed a lot. I should have done this before that.
"It doesn't work."
I don't know why
I don't know why
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