Daily Archives: July 27, 2010

Blogwatch: Ann Telnaes’ animated cartoons

We often look first at the cartoonists’ column in a newspaper – it is in a way, a summary of the day’s dominant theme. Presented in a witty manner, with an exaggerated caricature and a witty line, the cartoon often … Continue reading

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The Great Content Battle

In the ’90s, often on my way back from school (and then college), I’d pick up a newspaper from the bus-stop vendor, unthinkingly pay the one or two rupees needed, get on the bus and start reading. Today, older and … Continue reading

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Blogwatch: A farrago of words

If you are playing Scrabble or other word games (hopefully not in office time), and need some obscure word to make that triple word score, World Wide Words is the site you should bookmark. It’s replete with words like, well, … Continue reading

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Blogwatch: 456 Berea Street

The name is somewhat strange for a blog about web developing. Run by Swedish web professional Roger Johannsson, he describes it as: This site is a place for me to post articles, tutorials, and comments on subjects that are interesting … Continue reading

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Think before you link

When creating an online banner, or trying to link your landing page to a larger website, it’s tempting to use the internet’s most popular phrase – ‘click here’. Well, it works many times, readers click on it if they really … Continue reading

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A new twist to the tale

The new age of literature is here. Told entirely through emails, sms, chats and blog posts, this insanely funny novel “e- square”  by Matt Beaumont plays out through the inboxes, chat texts and SMSes of different people of a total abnormal … Continue reading

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