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Blogs by Prasad Subramanian

prasad1

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https://prasadmanic.wordpress.com/2020/08/05/social-prescribing/

5 short stories, one common denominator, a sensible, life-affirming conclusion.

I generally do not read blogs. I did read this one.
I did not see a common thread, it seemed like some jumbled up threads put together.
There was no theme no uplifting message or any hope.
It might be dear to the father as it is the work of his son, but to others, it is just ok.
Each story as a thread might have some meaning.

The last story about Lisa and her doctor Dr. Sam might make sense. on its own.

I am sorry I could not be more helpful.
 

renuka

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I would read when I get the time.
Any effort is worthy of praise.
Geeta itself does say..No endeavour is diminutive..

So honestly do not be too dependent on comments or critic.
Let your son grow in his outlook without the need of praise or blame of others

I would give feedback when I get the time.
Just a bit busy these days
 

renuka

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Gold Member
Ok, I read the whale songs, machine learning.
It has a very youthful feel to it because at times there is a sudden shift of topic from one paragraph to another at times disconnected briefly and reconnects equally fast to finish the story.

Its a hall mark of a young mind who has fleeting responses because of exposure to screen time.
Older minds do not shift topics as fast.

Over all, its nice..makes one feel young again.
 

P R Subramanian

Well-known member
What is the age of Mr. Prasad Subramanian? What is his target audience?

My son Prasad is running 26 years, he doesn't have any fixed target audience as he blogs on various subjects like technology, Physics, phycology, sociology, day to day activity etc.

Hope & wish that he is being recognized as one of the well read blogger and has many wide reader with good/bad criticism which would further take up to a healthy discussion.
 
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