Kalay zhagday (How are you in Kazakh). The heat accompanied by humidity in May is killing. Imagine the plight of people in rural areas of India who face up to 7 hours of power cut daily. We are lucky in that sense! To make our day a great one, we are here with our ‘Tangy Tuesday Picks’.
- Who : Rohit Bhargava
What : How to live Blog (or Twitter) an event effectively
Tangy: Rohit Bhargava, in his influential marketing blog which talks about creating compelling marketing, advertising and PR strategy has this very interesting post. Many bloggers and tweeters look forward to an event for live blogging and live tweeting. The recent examples are Wordcamp Delhi and Proto.in to name a few.
- Who : SriRam Vadlamani
What : Great story: Why is SMS limited to 160 characters?
Tangy : Ever wondered why a SMS is limited to 160 characters? SriRam Vadlamani finds the answer and presents it to us in this Tangy Tuesday Pick. A informative read.
- Who : Joseph Thomas
What : Pictures of Thrissur Pooram
Tangy : Thrissur Pooram is celebrated every year on the Pooram day and is considered ‘The Pooram of the Poorams’. It is a magnificent spectacle with fireworks, umbrella showing competition and a splendid elephant procession. Joseph Abraham has the pictures captured beautifully from this year’s pooram. A must see for all those who missed the event.
- Who : Kiran Cabral
What : Did I marry the right person?
Tangy : Many Woman at some point of time in their life would ask themselves this question ‘Did I marry the right person?’. It may be out of frustration or impromptu. Kiran Cabral has the answer for you and quotes ‘The key to succeeding in marriage is not finding the right person; it’s learning to love the person you found…’. What do you think?
- Who : Bhavana Rao
What : Who are Racists?
Tangy : No matter how much we tend to disagree, many people at some point of time in their life has been a racist. It can be done unknowingly as well but the fact is that in India, Racism still prevails. But hey we are not alone. Bhavana Rao has an instance in her post where she mentions about how racism is being practiced in European countries as well. A sure read!!
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