From starting this blog on May the 29th 2008 till the 31st of December 2017 elapsed 3,502 days; during which I posted only 149 times. That gives us an accumulated average of 4.3%.
Does a jump from less than 5% in almost a decade to a swing of almost 90% in just over a year signify anything?
First of all, that I spent a lot of time in the field, on the ground or what I would like to describe as public space. Research and activism outside with our people leaves very little time to organise and categorise data collected.
I have begun to spend more time inside to concentrate on making sense of my data and making the publicly significant aspects of it easily available, in the following categories of:
3) Human Rights
4) History (1820-2020)
How much I'll be able to accomplish doing is difficult to say. If I can somehow distinguish between what needs to be online and what can remain offline, that would help others complete anything that remains.
I have tried to link all my publicly accessible work here on this blog and am working hard to ensure that all information is up to date before I publish Public Opinion Survey Report 2.0 .
We all have much to juggle in life. I hope I can make as many useful choices in public interest as possible.
I only became aware of this conversation today. On its panel, it had a UK citizen moderating accompanied by one citizen of each of the following countries: India, Jammu & Kashmir and Pakistan.
As intimated before, there's a slickness about twitter that probably isn't available on any other social media platform:
People from #AzadKashmir denied medicines in the Pakistani hospitals. Growing discrimination with #AJK.— AKLM Official (@AKLM_Official) March 9, 2019
"No Country for Kashmiris"@hassan_misfar @jawadahmedparas @JamilMaqsood @MughalAmiruddin @Cold_Peace_ @EmilyThornberry @calxandr @PakHacktivist pic.twitter.com/y8rDPuMeVd
Today was also perhaps the day when the White Flag Movement of AJK reached the streets of the UK. Leeds to be precise: