Saturday, September 09, 2006
Bhasker v kode(Bosky) started his session in the conferencing hall with ajaxing of blogs....and also introduced as with Twidgets and also widgets that he has created....and he also spoke that widgets will make readers more attractive...he showed as a series of widgets will be seen in his blogs....
next was karthik explaining about his own blogging platform and also explained how it is difficult to create it.....he also explained about captcha.......
then the sessions continued with amit agarwal(Digital Inspiration) was explaining about google adsense and was continued by om prakash explaining from pagetraffic.com was explaining about how to increase web traffic in your blog....
next we were heading to the beach house party ........we will text about it later...
i was in the second track of blogcamp....it was cool geeky stuff by ganesh(sagaro) explaining all new things about wordpress and how to go about it..and also his experience of using wordpress
.....cool learning over there...
After that it was about blogger beta by prassana it was cool experience too...but the sad part over there is we cant convert our account to blogger beta as of now.
then it was Aswin anand who was explaining about how to install wordpress and use it with your own domain and also play around with it...sessions will continue.........
Nice to be here.....cool unconference....first hour's of speak ...
1.satya prabhakar -ceo sulekha.com
2.neha vishwanathan and dina mehtha individual bloggers.
Satya prabhakar speaks about blogging and intermedia's about what they right....and how it helps sulekha...they are the just handling the content of writers etc....
dina and neha were conducting sessions and asking about blogger's experience of what they blog and how it helps them......
keep blogging...more to come...
Friday, September 08, 2006
Tommorrow september 9th and 10th is going to be big day for bloggers as the india's biggest blog unconference is going to be held.I have been waiting for it.as most of the biggest bloggers are expected at blogcamp.and time to learn new things like podcasting,videocasting etc....
will c u all @ Blogcamp.....be there
Technorati tags:blogcamp unconference september tommorrow "tidel+park"
Sunday, September 03, 2006
Three years back, two characters got shaped and sculpted from the laymans' scalpel. And this time they are back with a bang. Munnabhai, rouge with a golden heart and his totally adorable side kick - Circuit. Apart from these two, all the characters are new and even some actors.
The plot is quite simple but often simple things have sharp twist. So the twist is that Gandhi is back from the old history books. Munnabhai has some 'chemical imbalance' and ends up seeing the Mahatma himself. So for a while Munna is his usual self but soon finds Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi as his agony uncle - infact his 'agony bapu'.
Munna is madly in love with a RJ and pretends to be a professor of history in order to impress her. But in the course of events he finds his tried and tested ways of using unlawful power utterly useless. He turns to Mahatma Gandhi - the greatest man who ever walked on this planet as proclaimed by the man of the century, Albert Einstein.
Gandhi guides Munna towards the ghandhian principles and Munna in turn leaves his dadagiri and gets in to Gandhi-giri.
The script is top notch, infact if you ask me, its one up then the previous one. The acts are also of a higher order. Sanjay Dutt, I believe, is just born to do this role. Arshad gives more current to 'Circuit' than ever before. Boman Irani as ever gives a classy act in a mixed role and Vidya Balan is grace personified.
The music might sound a bit damp but when it gels really well in the movie and works wonderfully. So what's missing, the adorable jaddu ki jaapi. There are some glitches here and there but the numerous hilarious episodes peppered in the entire movie make you glide smoothly over them.
Ending note: The movie manages to make you laugh, cry and at the end think about the forgotten values of Gandhi. It manages to do all this without sounding preachy (just like Rang De Basanti). It's about finding Gandhi once again - and this time not in museums, text books or on a 500 Rupee note but in Ourselves.
Technorati Tags: Lage Raho Munnabhai, Review, film, movie, hindi, munnabhai, sanjay dutt, arshad varsi
A huge Indian contingent embarks on a dangerous cat-and-mouse trail of capturing DON (Shah Rukh Khan) - the ruthless drug mafia in Malaysia.
When DON gets seriously injured in a police encounter, the word that he is dead begins to do the rounds. The reality, of course, is that DON is held captive in a secret location, while his bumpkin of a look-alike, Vijay, is polished and sent to take down DON's gang.
In a bizarre twist of fate, when the man shielding the humble and streetwise Vijay, is killed, the latter comes to terms with the horrifying realization that both the police and the gang are out to nab him for different reasons.
In a desperate attempt to prove his innocence, he is aided by the glamorously staggering Roma (Priyanka Chopra), and handsomely striking, Jasjit (Arjun Rampal), who owes Vijay a favor for care-taking his son during his imprisonment. But will Vijay be successful in his mission'
Based on the successful erstwhile classic of the same name, which featured the legendary Amitabh Bachchan, the contemporary and stylishly crafted DON, features Bollywood czar Shah Rukh Khan playing a double role in one of the most defining performances of his career, teamed for the first time with former Miss World, Priyanka Chopra.
The biggest and most keenly awaited motion picture of 2006, DON is a high-octane, tension-filled, twisty roller coaster of a ride, with just the right dose of glamour, action, suspense & romance.
Technorati Tags: DON, Farhan Akhtar, Shah Rukh Khan, Priyanka Chopra, Arjun Rampal, Ishaa Koppikar, Kareena Kapoor, Om Puri, Boman Irani, Chunky Pandey, Javed Akhtar, Hindi, Movie, SRK, entertainment, action, Shankar - Ehsaan - Loy
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