When I started with my research back in 2011, I was quick to get familiar with the Opportunistic Network Environment (ONE) simulator. However, I soon realized the lack of any substantial guide and walthrough. And thus, I began with the DTN blog!
Although it started with Google Sites, later I switched to Blogger. A blog is useful to quickly publish new contents. Moreover, comments from the users provide a scope for further interaction.
As of now, the DTN blog has, among others, a three-part tutorial on the ONE simulator covering various aspects – the basics, parameterized simulations, and confidence intervals. However, more than having a blog, I feel that through this blog I have been able to give back to the research community, which itself has helped me on different queries on a more than occasions.
Can't say that I am a poet, but yes, I do like to write a few lines at times. Sometime back I have self-published Swapner Kheya, a collection of Bengali poems. Perhaps, I could have another book in the future if I manage to write something good.