Jealani Shaik

Madison, AL, United States

About Jealani

I'm passionate about

Making things easier, either using automation or through radical thinking

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Jealani Shaik
Posted 12 months ago
What is the bond that holds a community together? If woven properly, how can this common bond positively change the world?
to be trusted by a fellow person without doubt is the greatest thing that one can aim to achieve. Being honest generates that trust. if a person's value be decided based on the good deeds rather than wealth, everyone will follow the path of doing good. think once when you perform an act. how is this going to affect someone or anyone. put yourself in that person's place and then think if the act is the right thing to do or not. being on the other side will help to make sound decisions, which generates trust and respect. which aimed for by everyone, will become a strong community.
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Jealani Shaik
Posted 12 months ago
Can we implement cost-effective analogue solutions to education in Rural India.
books are knowledge and i would say are most important things in the world. Great men and women, document their experience and knowledge in the form of books to serve as a starting point for others. I have always seen books as important part of human evolution. In United states, i have seen many a times that older edition books are of no value. I have personally gone through this experience of trying to donate some books for free. These books are all technology books which are a version behind the old ones. no one is interested in buying these books nor the libraries are interested to take them because they are old editions. i am having to recycle them. A book of previous version will hold almost 90% of the same material contained in the newer books. These books can serve the developing countries to a great extent. I do not know how, but if collected and shipped to rural area's in India or any other part of the world, they will serve well and people will benefit a lot from them.
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Jealani Shaik
Posted 12 months ago
E-Instructions
EveryOne does not need to know how to read and write. thats the beauty of the concept. all you need is to follow the actions shown in the video or 3D assembly. as i stated, if you take time constraint from the training part, you have all the time you need to go through it repeatedly if required, to look and imitate. today more and more companies are going green and encouraging people to do so. this can be a step toward the same. if you need instructions, the same bar code that provides the assembly instructions can show the readable instructions. I would bet that no one would prefer reading instruction to watching and following. No need to print these booklets which will save effort and money can be eventually passed on customers as well.