I was a huge Eurovision fan as a small kid. The first blogs I made on Azbuz.com, a Turkish blogging service that I used as a thirteen, fourteen year old for my mid-school class, featured posts with an embedded YouTube video of Sertab Erener performing at the forty-eighth Eurovision Song Contest in Riga, Latvia, which … Read moreTurkish & Armenian
Childhood friends know well that I was a computer addict as a teen-ager. Friends who know me well that I’ve grown up to become a smartphone addict. The addiction per se has never been something about the device, it’s what the device connects to, the Internet. I’ve been a wholehearted addict of the Internet. Addiction … Read moreLess time on IG
If you are in my close circle of friends, then you probably are familiar with the fact that I am an avid user of the messaging app Snapchat. It is also well-known through my actions and promotion of the app that I like Snapchat a lot. My behavior can even be considered militant as I … Read moreMy Passion for Snapchat
genage.me was registered on GoDaddy back in May of two thousand and eleven, when I was a high school sophomore. It was the time when my interest in web technology was revived by a set of factors. I toyed around several PHP scripts, mostly forum systems (vBulletin, SMF, and the like), when I was in … Read moreOn genage
I have always tried to find logical and reason-based explanations for natural phenomena as well as the not-so-observable phenomena for about all my philosophically conscious life time. The former has been relatively easy to find answers to. How a rainbow grows after rain, or how Sun’s atmosphere works can be explained easily by the laws … Read moreOn Human Relations
I am a man of habits, stability, and, maybe, random routines. It’s not that I hate change, I adore change in my life when I have full control over it, when I know how things in my life are going to take a new shape. If I’m not going to my favorite place for lunch, … Read moreOn Graduating
Turkey has been a topic of various discussions, mostly because of the political situation in the country as well as its relation with the ongoing crises in the Middle East. Most people view Turkey as a Middle Eastern country, some say it is European. Technically, Turkey is a Eurasian country, as it has land both … Read moreIs Turkey A European Country?
Being a sophomore, I was chasing my dream to study abroad, at least for two semesters. There are quite a number of different exchange programs that connect schools in various countries but for most university students in Europe, it is Erasmus, a phenomenon unto itself because it has been around for thirty years now. For … Read moreErasmus in a small German town