What started as a college project in 2004 turned into an epoch-making point of history. Facebook heralded the rise of social media to democratize the flow of information and make it available to everyone. […]
Easy and ready access to information was once a stuff of dreams. Great visionaries cherished this desire until the right technology made this dream come true. From the libraries of Alexandria to the omnipresent Internet today, this vision has come a long way. […]
A language might try to convey very small pieces of information through grammatical bits. Prefixes and suffixes are such bits. However, they did not start as prefixes and suffixes. They were whole words that conveyed the same meaning when Stage One of the language began. […]
It is believed that languages evolve as speakers of different languages meet, live together, and communicate. This is what happened to many languages around the world. However, there is a theory that debunks this idea completely.