Are you having suspicion over who ate the last scoop of ice cream from the refrigerator or maybe you are mulling over the alternative endings to GoT where R+L = J theory actually made some sense. Or you’re just having an urge to start a new Agatha Christie or Dan Brown novel considering you’ve all the time sitting at home quarantined. It’s even fine if you’re tracking back your steps from yesterday to find where you went wrong because of which that cutie didn’t smile back at you. All these symptoms suggest that you’re in dire need of murder mystery to give your brain the caffeine it needs. My suggestion, check out this new killer movie, literally.
Sitting at home with nothing to do? Probably you’ve already exhausted the list of binge-watch worthy shows. Amidst the whole ruckus caused by few sick people who just took too much inspiration from Pokemon theme song and are travelling across the world, don’t you feel too how good and easy the old times were. No shortage of toilet papers, sanitizers were something which belonged to laboratories, people minding their own business and not taking up hoarding as a hobby suddenly. Hence in this hour of crisis Kernel Ketchup recommends you to avoid all social interactions and tune in to watch this epic show set in the 1970s like a bunch of introverts.
Do you ever see a movie and think ‘whoa! this is exactly what would happen with me under the same circumstances.’ and then you’re drawn to the movie to a newer depth than you’ve ever experienced. Same was the case with ‘her’ for me. Maybe most of you had already heard the premise of the movie and thought, Man falling in love with his AI, that sounds… meh. Same was with me, I avoided watching it for long, but fell in love with it the moment I did. But I think this is one of the low-key aspects that Elon Musk has so often tried to make us understand; the capabilities of a super smart artificial intelligence. Just click on the link below and go watch for yourself.
If you’re like me you might require soft background music for your day to day tasks, be it studying, coding, cooking or even sleeping. Of course our saviour Chilled Cow is always there with its constant 24×7 lofi hip hop music supply. But there are times when it also leaves you for wanting more and that’s why I’m sharing A Soft Murmur. This website/project/app from Gabriel Brady allows you pick a wide variety of ambient sounds and play them to your liking. Click below for the links to the website and respective apps.
“Humans are a social being.” This line would’ve been a perfect start to an essay back a decade, where you could go on explaining how the society around you affects oneself. But in this day & age I doubt you’re required an explanation. We thrive on being connected and the moment we’re not, we might not feel like ourselves. The promise of meeting you virtual friends over a game tomorrow at the exact same time, the commitment to check out every upload of your crush the moment it hits Instagram, sharing your lifestyle through a day-lived status update, such actions are trivial to be found in ones daily drama called life.
The last time you went to a supermarket did you ever stop to wonder what would those tiny little items over the shelf would think if they had a conscience? Or are they just non-playable characters in the current simulation that we’re a part of? No, of course you didn’t! You only think about yourself. Shame! Shame! Shame!
Are you ever caught at the juxtaposition where you want to buy some app from play store but your bank balance doesn’t let you? If yeah, Kernel Ketchup comes to your rescue again. All you have to do is install this app, answer some survey questions, and et voilà! purchase anything you want from play store from the credit you receive, be it a nice book, a newly launched game, even rent a movie, and heck even pay for YouTube premium as I do!