There is was this generation that could be called rightly be called the founders of modern India. Our nation’s fathers and mothers. They thought about the world, about India and humanity. They forged a nation with many differences even among themselves by investing in institutions and civil traditions that outlasted them by many a generations. We should be grateful to them, but lots of work is still left to be done.
The responsibility is now ours. The age is now ours and we have to nurture this idea of India, make it better and leave it behind for generations to come.
As M.K Gandhi once famously said “The future depends on what we don in the present”
WordCamp Pune is done! I am having withdrawal symptoms. I would love to write a lot of things about Pune but it would be fair to say, that since it took place last weekend, I am still high on #WCPune koolaid.
This is not a WordCamp critique. I am not writing about awesome sessions. I am not writing about what a WordCamp should be or not be about.
I am writing a good snapshot of my experiences at this WordCamp. So someday I can go back and read through the entire two-three days of magic that is called WordCamps.
I finish today six years at rtCamp. A list of things I learned over the past six years.
Journey from delicious to using a blog to bookmark websites.
I came across an article about the famous and controversial billionaire Richard Branson. He apparently is one of the few powerful men from the corporate elite who take down notes during meetings. No matter how big, small, simple or complex an idea is, get it in writing. But don’t just take notes for the sake of taking … Continue reading Taking down notes!
I think it was in January, that Topher asked me about getting involved with his Kickstarter project called HeroPress. Honestly, I had my reservations about supporting hero worship in the WordPress community. But my interest was piqued enough to keep in touch with Topher. I also opted out of it as I just had too … Continue reading My WordPress story for HeroPress
A few minutes after dinner was delivered we get a call. Polite questions are asked. Did the delivery man have the correct change? Was the delivery was made in time? And the most important question “Was your food warm?”
I am attempting to start a discussion on what a local WordPress community should be like? Should it be democratic or autocratic? If democratic how should it actually be….
Do you want to meet WordPress experts from around the world, around India and most importantly Mumbai?
If you are find saying “yes” to any of the questions above you might want to check out WordCamp Mumbai 2015
There is a lot of things I use daily. But here is a list of things I use for work mainly. Why am I sharing this list to public? Why not? We share random useless data like checking into coffee shops and cinema halls. This makes more sense to me. Mainly, it serves as a way … Continue reading Stuff I use