BLOG CAMP PUNE INDIA

BLOG CAMP PUNE

 

 

We had a lovely time at the Pune Blog Camp yesterday [Saturday 16th June 2007] at the Symbiosis Center for IT in the Hinjewadi IT Park. The venue was marvelous – hats off to the “unorganizers’ for choosing such an apt venue. Being my first visit to SCIT I was really impressed by this excellent academic facility created by Symbiosis.

 

 

After introduction there was coffee followed by presentations in two threads. Among the thread I attended, I liked the presentations by the Sulekha Team and the lecture by Melody on the Negatives of the Blogosphere.

 

 

Mukundan brought out the various technological and user features of Sulekha emphasizing the distinctive niche it has carved for itself among Indians worldwide. Sudhir Syal highlighted the various blogger-oriented initiatives like BLOGPRINT and tie up with publishers to compile short stories from blogs into Sulekha anthologies, which I am sure, will be an inspiration and fulfilling reward to bloggers to see their creative efforts in print. We were delighted to meet the Sulekha Team in person and really enjoyed interacting with them, and hope Pune will soon be a featured city like Mumbai, Chennai, Delhi, Kolkata, Hyderabad and Bangalore.

 

 

Melody’s engrossing talk embellished with case studies on Flames was an eye-opener, generated a lot of interaction and was especially pertinent to the novice bloggers.

 

 

Illuminating interactions, wonderful venue, delicious lunch, friendly youthful ambiance – a superb Blog Camp. Waiting for the next one and another gorgeous T-Shirt to cherish!

 

 

 

 

VIKRAM KARVE

 

 

http://vikramkarve.sulekha.com

 

 

vikramkarve@sify.com

 

 

vikramkarve@hotmail.com

 

 

  

 

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8 Comments »

  1. Vikram, thanks for the report. I was curies to know.

  2. 2

    Thanks

  3. 3
    Futural Says:

    Thanks for the nice update.It really seems interesting.will look forward to join the next one. liked the blogs done by you.I suggest you list your blog on some blog lists like http://www.buzzerhut.com.
    It will bring more eyeballs

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    Pune Says:

    Vikram, Thanks for report.

  6. 6

    Were you present in the blog camp pune even in March 2008? I think it was on 16th of March.

  7. 7

    Over 4 years , thanx to the globalization, the market scneario has drastically changed the face of Indian Job market , We have seeen ppls working so hard in the hand of their mentor then to fly like a Kite in the sky everyday with a new handfull of embition minus emotion

    What has hit in this rampage is the quality , and the attitude towards , no one want to halt and check and everybody is in mad race to find something better .

    That has also added the trend of more consultancy , website , contents and overall the media hype created by timesofindia in the recent years through their largly published ASCENT has made this more fashionable .

    The BPO and KPO age has also added the new generation to join the race and drastically changed the money spending methology ,

    The only question i have to them , where they will stand after 5 great years , i believe the change of job will neither help the market to grow , then become unsecure ,

    Suggestion to end with stick with the job , upgrade your self and lets help the Organisation to get the value of their money invested for the resouces ( not ppls or headcount i have mentioned )

    Thanx for reading and waiting for your comment
    Acharya

  8. 8
    Nagpur Says:

    Hope more & more cities take up the blog camp initiative like Pune


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