Blogger is being used by many people for different reasons. Some use it for blogs, whereas others use it for business purpose. When you publish a new post or story, often times you might need to make updates in the future. In this article, we will show you how you can display last modified or updated date to let your users know when your post was last updated. We will highlight how to display last modified date of your post in Blogger.

Why to Display Last Modified or Updated Date in Your Posts:

If you posted an article or a post on June 19, 2016 and five days later you found out there was an update to the story. You can simple edit the article, and it will show you the last modified or updated date June 24, 2016.

Readers always like recent content they do not want to read old out-date stories. Therefore, showing last modified date would certainly add more credibility to your site. It also helps search crawlers and also helps a bit in search engine rankings

How to Display Last Modified Date of Your Posts:

The steps to show last modified date in your posts in blogger is extremely simple and you do not need to change any codes of your Blogger Template either. To change last modified date in Blogger, follow the below instructions as they are mentioned:

  1. Firstly, go to Blogger >> Posts >> Edit (it depends upon you which post you want to edit, or which post you wish to change the last modified date).
  2. Now under Post settings, click on Published On on the right side of your screen.
  3. Select Set date and time, which will open up a calendar.
  4. Now you can change the date of your post. You can either change it to the current date (present day) or you can set a future date as well, it entirely depends upon you. After selecting a date, press Done.
  5. Once everything is done, press Update button on the top.

New Sensor Brings LIDAR Vision to Tiny Microchips

New Sensor Brings LIDAR Vision to Tiny Microchips

​The sensors, created by MIT, would cost only $10 each to produce.

A topographic map of Rex, North Carolina, created using LIDAR. The different colors indicate the elevation.
LIDAR, a method of detecting and mapping environments using light, is a lot like radar on steroids. LIDAR sensors bounce laser beams off the world around them. The wavelengths of light are about100,000 times smaller than radio waves, so the competition in detail isn't even close. LIDAR is currently used in robots, which need to be able to assess an environment in detail to make choices about movements. Autonomous vehicles like self driving cars and drones also use the technology. Right now, LIDAR systems can cost between $1,000 and $70,000 each and are rather bulky, mechanically swiveling the laser to scan the environment. But a new invention from engineers at MIT Photonic Microsystems Group and DARPA may dramatically alter the cost and size of these systems.
The engineers have created what they call a "LIDAR chip," a LIDAR sensor that fits onto one 300 millimeter microchip. These chips could be made using the same process currently used for microprocessors, significantly bringing down the cost of production. Not only does this new approach mean that the sensors will be much cheaper —they'll cost about $10 each to produce—but the technology is also vastly improved. The sensors will be able to scan their environments 1,000 times faster than currently used mechanical LIDAR systems. That makes the chips great for unmanned arial vehicles, which need to scan their environment for small, quickly moving objects, like, say, birds. Using silicon photonics (a way of building light-based circuits) on a micro scale, this invention could do for 3D mapping what the microchip did for computing.
Read more about the future of LIDAR chips on IEEE Spectrum.


I behold my dream till it becomes an eternal

Upholding uncountable wishes to fulfill

I carve my sword with a sharp chisel

Chopping thousands of ideas to kindle

But the gentle breeze changed into a hurricane

& the papers with letters of my tranquil words flew away


Though I’m suffering from demo phobia

Grown up with xenophobia

Mashed up with hematophobia

I don’t mind,

Whether you call me a victim of lalophobia

Or connect me with a lot more other phobias

But I do mind,

If you force me to live your dream again

Because I too have my own dream

I don’t have the valor to bargain

Without saying a word I can’t win

But, you know! I have a phonophobia


I’m a pacifist

How can you drag me in a politics?

Don’t you think me as dumb as a statue?

You haven’t dug an inch to find water of my well

My heart is as brave as Achilles

& as boundless as the ocean

But yours!

 Yours is as venomous as a snake

 & as cruel as winter

How can you still say we are similar?


I’m neither your son nor your daughter

But a transgender

You are the predator of the third gender

My wool, neither you want to knit nor the people

But I prosecute to produce the wool

My mystery, neither you want to disclose nor the country

How long will you pull me to you & feed me your poisonous principle?


I’m a writer, not an orator

I write about love and war

About romance and distance

About morale and fable

About peace and politics

Revealing your dirty policy  

Making holes to your unspoken accusation

How long will you hide your incorrigible mistakes?


Do I have to speak up what I write like you speak with fake speech?

 Do I have to stand in front of the crowds & take a mike to be believed like a cassette playing in the store?

Do I have to hide what I write like the shit of a cat?

Do I have to fire up my diaries like the Hitler did in the past?


I too have my own dream

A dream to live up with all phobias

Except with anthropophobia

I too have my own dream

A dream to make me a human being despite your domination

5 Things I’ll Make Sure My Daughter Knows In The Face Of Our Unsure World

I am writing this on the eve of my daughter’s second birthday. Current mood: #allthefeels.
Becoming a mother has changed my life in ways I never imagined. I spawned a tiny human with the same infectious laugh as my husband, the same perfectly round cheeks as my sister-in-law and the same beautiful blue eyes that I see every time I look in a mirror.
Watching my daughter grow is a beautiful, magical thing, but I can’t help but worry because I want the world that she lives in to be one where she is loved, and above all, safe.
With this ridiculous circus of an electionrape being at the forefront of the 24-hour news cycle and a seemingly unending string of terrible, horrible, no good, very bad news, I feel like the future is so precarious.
As a mother, that is downright terrifying.
Of course, at 2 years old, the bulk of the conversations I have with my daughter are “Purple marker,” “Momma sit” and “Mac and cheese, please.”
Still, I’ve spent many a sleepless night contemplating the things I will tell her when she is older. The things I will say to let her know she is loved.
The things I will say when she is feeling down. The things I will say when she wants to know why the world we live in is the way it is.
Obviously, I don’t have all of the answers. Who does, really?
Here are five things I do know and I can tell her with confidence:

1. You are awesome, and don’t let anyone ever tell you otherwise.

You, my love, are an awesome human being. There will be times in your life where people will try to bring you down. These are people who could also be awesome deep down, but are likely struggling with their own issues.
Being a teenager is tough. It’s so tough that nearly 50 percent of high school students use addictive substances.
Drugs are so often a coping mechanism, but there are other ways to cope. I know this because believe it or not, I was a teenager once, and I know how hard it can be. I know how mean people can be.
You will never know or understand why they are mean, but do not let them steal your joy. Do not let them steal your spark. Let no one break you with their words.
Instead, remind yourself every day that you are awesome.

2. Earn it and own it, babydoll.

Just because I want to give you the world doesn’t mean I can or will. It’s important in life to understand the joy that is getting something you actually work hard for. Like really, crazy hard.
Mommy and Daddy don’t even own a silver platter, so we won’t be handing anything to you on it. I want you to know that feeling of being an independent woman who can make her way on her own, and also know I will be there every step of the way to support you.

3. Say what you mean, and mean what you say.

There is nothing worse than fighting with your friends or your SO, especially as a teen. Still, it’s pretty much inevitable.
Use your words carefully, my love, for they hurt more than any physical violence can. Words like “hate” and “disgust” should be reserved for things like mayonnaise or pickles, and never the people you surround yourself with.

4. “No” is the most important word you will ever know.

It is absolutely, positively, unequivocally OK to say “no.”
To your girlfriends who think it’d be fun to cut your bangs for you (no thanks, I like my forehead). To the friend outside the cafeteria offering you a hit off their joint in between classes (nah, I’m good, thanks).
To the boy who’s just oh-so-dreamy, but wants to go all the way before you think you’re ready (no, I’d rather not. Let’s make out some more, instead). And maybe even to me, your mother, who undoubtedly will want you to wear something I may think is adorable, but you are not comfortable in (just no).
Just. Say. No. It’s OK, I promise.
Though some may lead you to believe that being a people pleaser will get your further in life, you will get much further doing things you want to do. The things you value. And the things that, above all else, make you feel happy with your decision.

5. Know you are still just beginning your journey.

There are more things in heaven and earth, Horatio, than are dreamt of in your philosophy.
It’s not often that your mother will quote Shakespeare (this will probably be it), but this one struck a chord with me from the moment I first read it in “Hamlet” my sophomore year of high school.
Why is this relevant? While I understand that right now in your life, you may feel like everything that goes wrong is the end of world, it’s actually not. I promise.
The world is a vast and incredible place. High school and college, while important, are but a tiny blip in time in the grand scheme of your life.
Enjoy every moment you can, don’t dwell on the things you cannot change and always keep moving forward in the present moment, even when it’s hard. Even when you feel like you can’t, know you can. And know I will always be there whenever you may need me.
You may be wondering why I seem so confident. How do I know these to be truths? The answer, of course, is you.
Because being your mother has allowed me to see clearly the things that I couldn’t see 10 years ago.
It’s allowed me to determine what I really value in life. It’s made me realize I’m awesome because I made you, that I can say no to people and it’s OK and that our journey is just beginning.

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