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What movies explore themes of loneliness and isolation in the modern world?

Theodore Twombly is lonely.The protagonist of Spike Jonze’s five minutes into the future Sci-Fi romance Her (2013) is marooned in a state of arrested development.The film is strewn with dozens upon dozens of wide-shots of this all too plausible future where human contact has become a rarity.Jonze constantly reminds us that Theodore (Joaquin Phoenix) is lonely.He’s alone at home and he’s alone in a crowd.Alone when he’s happy, alone when he’s sad.There are countless shots of this nature interspersed throughout the film.But in the world of the film, Theodore isn’t technically alone, he’s with Samantha (Scarlett Johansson), his Operating System.Her raises questions about the nature of love, and what it means to be with someone.Theodore’s self-imposed solitude and general maudlin nature aren’t because he’s a Travis Bickle-esque broken figure.No, Theodore is very much capable of emotion and profundity. One of the ironies of the film is Theo’s job – a professional letter writer for couples, families, friends, etc.He is gifted at conveying other people’s emotions but incapable of channelling his own.The root cause of Theodore’s state is his divorce with his wife Catherine. He’s unable, and perhaps not equipped to process it and move on. He’s stunted.Samantha, on the other hand, is a ‘newborn’ OS.As Theodore and Samantha discover each other, they begin falling in love. It is a complex and authentic love story that tugs at one’s heartstrings.But as Samantha matures as an OS, she outgrows Theo. And much like Catherine before her, she leaves him. But Theo’s reaction is markedly different.Theodore and Samantha’s love for each other has altered both of them. Through their relationship, she learnt what love is and how to love. And Theo learnt how to let go of love.Theodore finally composes a letter of his own. His cathartic letter to his ex-wife signals his emotional journey throughout the film and his growth as an individual, born out of his relationship with Samantha.As the film concludes, after almost 2 hours of ‘Theodore is alone’ wide-shots, Jonze gives us one final shot. But something’s different here.At the edge of the shot is Amy, Theodore’s friend.The film’s final shot beautifully conveys Theodore’s arc. It’s the similar wide-shot template we have become accustomed to, but he’s no longer alone.As Amy’s head leans on his shoulders, it’s a moment of profound human connection.They both gaze out into the glorious cityscape, the sun rising to a better tomorrow for both of them.Theodore Twombly is not lonely.

What are some good IIT memes?

Most are sourced from IITM Memes, I have tried to include as many different templates as possible, ok here goes:Some traditional pokes:Although one should note that a wild BT Student was found asking near Gurunath what toppings the blue slice had.Only One person was equipped to answer such deep questions:Ah Election, the fodder for so many crack(up)s.But if you lose an election in IIT, things get really bad, you might actually have to work:Unless of course, this happens:IITs apart from providing a high speed internet service for the students also serve as host to one of India's largest privately operated SPAM generator, with access outside and within institute, for Free, on Subscription!! Now who said IITs aren't the pinnacle of modern technology and clarity? The best part is you can also sends mails with it too!! :Of course, on weekdays checking mail is almost next to impossible with the sluggish speeds, but hey, the weekend is great especially the beautiful hours of the morning like 3 AM when Internet speed really peaks. Of course, enjoying this nectar, one can easily forget to:Now you have to C2D the Assignment for tomorrow! But wait, something's not right:Every Single Time!Today's Class will involve some Simulations, so it's okay to go 20 minutes late, here's why:Around 20 minute mark, you realise, it's a waste going to class now (after all he doesn't take attendance and why else does one attend otherwise), but no your plans are ruined for today is a special day:That's fine though, luck evens out eventually:The semester is almost done, and vacations are just a bit away, this means only one thing: CODE RED LAN - Feeding FrenzyOf course, others have bigger plans for the Holidays:Suddenly back at your hometown, you notice many girls look really pretty these days. And the rookies mistake: you try to rationalise and there's no other way out except realising:Vacations are almost over, and facebook is flooded with what is currently a very supplier rich market:and then you find that one picture that stands out , and thus a Meme is born:The Jokes are meant to stir laughter not instill a misplaced sense of being abused. Bottomline: Everything's just a caricature of the truth.

Which do you prefer and why: MEAN stack or MeteorJS?

NOTE: the most up-to-date version of this answer is on my website at Meteor.js vs. the MEAN stack. See also Why Meteor.Meteor gives you a lot more out of the box. It's a mature full-stack framework where the client and the server communicate data updates seamlessly and automatically, without you having to write any boilerplate data sync code.The MEAN stack is just MongoDB, Express, Angular and Node.js bundled together, but there's nothing seamless about it. You have to do all the wiring-up yourself between MongoDB and Node.js, between Express and Angular, create REST endpoints and consume them etc. - all this just to get a basic web app going, without any features that Meteor gives you for free: hot code reload, mobile development (web, Android and iOS apps from the same code base), reactive templates that update automatically when data on the server changes (try to write code for that manually and make it run correctly over intermittent network connections, and make sure it's secure), session management, packages that can install components both on the server and on the client (e.g. server-side autocomplete - you won't find this anywhere else; Twitter's Typeahead and the like are client-only solutions).With the MEAN stack, when you make a REST request for a table/collection, you're essentially saying "Send me the results of this query". With Meteor, you subscribe to the results of that query, and any newly created or modified documents that matched will be automatically sent to the client over a fast WebSocket connection.Thanks to its isomorphic APIs (the same methods work on the client and the server, e.g. HTTP.get), Meteor makes it easier for one developer to build an entire full-stack app, or for a team to have a better understanding of the code base across the project. The MEAN stack adds to the separation between the server and the client due to different APIs being used.Guillermo Rauch, the well-known creator of Socket.IO, has written an excellent article call "7 Principles of Rich Web Applications". He's also delivered a talk at BrazilJS about the principles:Server rendered pages are not optionalAct immediately on user inputReact to data changesControl the data exchange with the serverDon’t break history, enhance itPush code updatesPredict behaviorMeteor focuses specifically on implementing #2, #3, #4 and #6 for the developer. #1 (server-rendered pages) and #5 (enhance history) are handled by ecosystem packages (Spiderable, Server-Side Rendering, and Iron Router). (#7 as described by Rauch, isn't really in the purview of full-stack frameworks.). By comparison, the MEAN stack needs to be coupled with Socket.IO to even have the pieces to implement these principles - Meteor already has them all glued together.Meteor also has the entire toolchain built-in, from compiling Coffeescript automatically to minifying and concatenating CSS and JS. Within seconds from saving a file, all client web browsers will automatically reload and re-render the app thanks to hot code push (#6 above). The UI state (form inputs, scroll position, selection) is preserved (another fun thing to try to get right with the MEAN stack).Meteor = MEAN stack + Socket.IO + grunt/gulp + Cordova + hot code reload + a lot more. Such as extremely convenient packages - one of the "Eureka" moments with Meteor is when authentication with user/password, Google, Facebook and Twitter is added just by including a package for each OAuth provider and one line of template code to indicate where to place the login widget:meteor add accounts-facebook // then add {{> loginButtons}} in your template to show the login UI Meteor has over 4,3000 packages. MEAN.JS has only one module so far, for SEO. Meteor lets you deploy with one command to free hosting at yourapp.meteor.com. The MEAN stack doesn't support deploying yet.But isn't that a lot to take in all at once? Actually, not. Thanks to Meteor's focus on simplicity (one of its Seven core principles), Meteor in its entirety is far easier to learn than Angular alone. (Many have found Angular to be a pain to learn and ended up frustrated - see An Unconventional Review of AngularJS). You can get the basics on Meteor in just one hour - head over to http://meteor.com/try. Meteor's documentation is also very well-written. By comparison, the documentation for the MEAN.io stack (the original before the MEAN.JS fork) is in such a terrible shape that today I went through the Packages section and found an embarrassing number of typos in just a few minutes, all within two pages of the documentation. Packages seem to have no documentation, either. And not to discredit the authors, but you can't easily find who the core team is - the link in Credits is broken. The documentation for the fork, MEAN.JS, starts with,After downloading the source code go over the official documentation of MongoDB, ExpressJS, AngularJS, and Node.js, then continue with the MEAN.JS Documentation.Given that it really takes only one hour to make something useful with Meteor, from scratch, it's worth simply giving it a try first, to have a reference before starting to learn MEAN.io or MEAN.JS.Meteor also saves you from having to research what libraries to use for the various layers of the application (transport, data synchronization, API, security, CRUD operations, templating etc.). All the pieces that make up Meteor function together very well.By contrast, when considering the MEAN stack, you start with the choice between MEAN.io and MEAN.JS. The short story is that the main MEAN.io contributor, Amos Haviv, Forked out of an open-source conflict in January 2014. You can read more about the story and differences on StackOverflow. This has split the community into ~6k GitHub stars for .io and ~2k for .js. Meteor by comparison has 23,000 GitHub stars.I've found that Meteor saved me from a lot of analysis paralysis, besides making me a ton more productive than if I had to put together the pieces in the MEAN stack. My suggestion is to read a bit on Why Meteor could be a good choice or not, give it a try first for one hour (meteor.com/try), then look at the MEAN stacks, and see which would work best for your project.PS: skip to 44:30 in Guillermo's talk above. Someone asks him about Meteor. A month later: https://twitter.com/rauchg/status/522228968074661889.

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