The Social Media Aggregator of Indian Elections 09

BlogAdda Social Media Conversations BlogAdda, on the eve of Indian Elections 2009, announces the launch of a new site

This site focusses on providing online readers with up-to-date information from the Social Media on Indian Elections 2009. The site is featured as one of the best resources for Indian Elections 2009 on Global Voices, Gauravonomics and MIS Asia.

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Bloggers Meet with BJP at their state headquarters in Mumbai. Register Now!

BlogAdda is providing  an opportunity for Mumbai bloggers to meet BJP, the internet savvy political party of India at their headquarters in Mumbai on Saturday, April 04, 2009.  This meet will give you a chance to be vocal about your stance on politics and interact with BJP.  Hopefully, it will also help you in taking an informed decision. Make sure you read the disclaimer at the end of this post. Register Now to attend the meet. Hurry up! Only 50 invites available.

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Update on Mozilla Camp Delhi

Delhi’s First Unconference on Mozilla Firefox held on 10th Feb 2009 will always be cherished and remembered for it is the day when Delhi finally had it’s share of Mozilla Love, meeting Mozilla Stalwarts – Arun Ranganathan (Standards Evangelist) & Seth Bindernagel (Director, Localization) at Indian Social Insitute. MozillaCampDelhi saw adrenaline rushing atmosphere, right from the word go. Volunteers turned up early, helping out with all getting Video Testimonials done, to the initial hiccups.

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India’s First WordCamp at Delhi

Wordpress Camp IndiaDelhi Bloggers Bloc, on the occasion of their Fifth Anniversay are organising India’s first WordCamp alongwith Blog Design Studio. It is a  two-day conference which brings together stakeholders and audiences of social media and blogging, centered around WordPress. Matt Mullenweg, the founder of WordPress is joining us. So is Om Malik of GigaOm, a very popular blogger residing in the US.

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