Sukla Malavalli Chinnappa
Photographer & a jack of many things
There is more you can do thank just staying indoors, you can put your CPU/GPU (computer) to use during its idle times for research.
In simple words, your computer's resources are used for medical research which generally does not have access to a supercomputer.
By keeping this software running we effectively create a giant global supercomputer.
Yes, your computer might get a tiny piece of a bigger task which might prove useful in finding a cure for COVID-19.
The program runs in the background - making use of free CPU / GPU time .. so you can continue to work while it runs in the background (may not hold true for some high-end design / any other computing work - in which case you can pause it)
Sneha Run is a 5k Run / Walk organised by children and staff of Sneha Care Home and Snehagram generally around the first Sunday of December. The children have trained and participated in many running events of Bengaluru - KTM, Ultra, Bengaluru Marathon, Bengaluru 10K Challenge and many more! There is no better way to encourage and support them than to participate with family at the event! Please do come together to support the initiative!
The photos here are from the 2017 edition of the run.
You can find my online photo albums for Sriram Properties Bangalore Marathon - 2016 (SPBM2016) here
- Facebook (due to limits 1000 photos per album on facebook, have divided the photographs into 3 albums)
- My Flickr Archive (Hi Res Images)
Sorry for the delay, I am doing this in my spare time (photos require considerable amount of internet bandwidth and uploads are never reliable, they often stop abruptly ... Uploading is quite a tedious process)
Thank you for your patience
Sukla M C
The very basic rule in photography, as I have come to know has been thoroughly misinterpreted by a whole lot of people around me. Friends of mine who find it very irritating to find out my camera never focuses on the subject they want for the simple reason the 9 point focus of my camera is seldom at the center or auto position, but rather much closer to the intersection of the lines