YouTube in India

Google India conducted a multi-city road show to help Bloggers and online content creators leverage video as an alternative means of expression to complement text/graphics. The session also highlighted the YouTube Partner Program and revenue sharing model. Event details: http://googleindia.blogspot.in/2012/06/youtube-workshops-for-bloggers-content.html I attended the session in Bangalore on June 16, 2012. This post is a summary…

Mind Matters – Tabula Rasa

What differentiates the man from the beast?   Clearly, MIND has been the potent force and the distinction between mankind and any-other-kind that there is. It is ultimate coordinator of all organs in the body. It is also the ultimate logic algorithm that has analyzed the world, pondered over the secrets of the nature and championed…

Biking is meditating

What’s the craze between a guy and his motorcycle? Now that the simple answer, “Biking is an attitude and a way of life” wouldn’t suffice, let’s complicate … Don’t get shocked. This is a democratic land (some are trying to privatize internet though) and we are all entitled to our opinions. Yes, I  believe that biking…

Spade is listening

When it comes to Social media, to be or not to be; that is no longer the question. The relevant question is, Can you afford to be yourself? My 19 year old cousin was telling me the other day why he likes Facebook. He said that he could call ‘spade a spade’ and his bunch…

Angry Birds – The Addiction

Of all the flightless birds that there are in this world, two have found extraordinary recognition. Dodo for getting extinct; Angry Birds for seeming to live on forever.  The game was launched in December 2009 on Apple’s iOS platform at an initial cost of 100,000 Euros. The game went on to become Apple’s top selling…

Life on the rainy roads

Tough are the questions in life that don’t come with an answer. Tougher is the question which, simpler you answer, harder it becomes to understand. One such being, “What’s the craze between a guy and his bike? “ Now as the simple answer, “Biking is an attitude and a way of life” wouldn’t suffice, let’s…