The Indian thought terminus, Mutiny.in, has gone to print with more than four years of online presence. According to Sanjukta, one of the Mutineers, Mutiny’s online edition was started as a knee jerk reaction but to make it go print was a mighty decision. Continue reading “A multi-authored community blog, Mutiny, goes to print”
We all know that one of the ways blogging is being used is as a medium for people to express themselves, pour their emotions and talk about issues which bother them and get the opinions of complete strangers on those issues. It brings us to the fundamental question. How personal are personal blogs? Isn’t that a misnomer?
Name one medium in today’s world which is unbiased, unprejudiced, impartial, impervious to censorship and gives a genuine meaning to the term “freedom of speech”?
This one is for all the bloggers out here. You’ve been writing on your blogs for long covering social issues at times.
Now, you can write for Blogathon, where there are many more who will write on the topic of their choice on a given day. Here are the topics to choose from:
Manipal Institute of Communication is presenting the Manipal Media Students’ Convention on April 18 and 19, 2008. MMSC claims that this is a formal convention and is the first and the only venture of this nature in India. The aim of the convention is to bridge the gap between the industry and the individual.
Life of a blogger depends on what stage of life the blogger is in. Here, we talk about two stages. A blogger in college and a blogger as an IT professional. We are sure that you must have many interesting things to share as your life as a blogger.
Go ahead and read what goes on typically in the life of a blogger