Bhuvan: India’s Answer to Google Earth

I am big fan of Google Maps. The sheer amount of time I can spend on maps planning routes, looking at landmarks and generally loitering about, is simply astonishing. If I am still not satisfied I can continue to waste my time on views from Google Street View, which is just an amazing way to while away...
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Magazine Styled Themes to Jazz up your Blog

When I look back on my online history, I realize that I really only started posting frequently after I was somewhat satisfied with the blog template that I was using. I am pretty picky about my working environment. Everything has to be neat and tidy and in-its-place before I can get down to any serious...
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5 Years of Not Deleting Emails

April fools day was celebrated by many on-liners by putting up fake posts and articles, attempting to confuse and confound the general weboshpere. A major occasion which was ignored by most, even by the people who are the reason for the occasion, was that on 1st April 2004, Gmail was offered to the general...
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Google Adopts Autopilot Mode for April Fools

The prompt display of new and technologically unimaginable features in Gmail every April Fools day has led me to believe that this is a script that runs automatically on 1st April xxxx and generates a nice html page and graphics to fool us all and be awed by the Google engineer’s amazing ability...
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Abusive Feedburner Account

For the last few days I have noticed something wierd in my Feedburner account. I have attached a screenshot of this below. Either its a technical glitch or maybe some of the Feedburner employees are not happy about the google take over.  
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My Online History

I have been blogging since 2006. I started on Blogger and remained there till I got bored of blogging. I started again there when Google bought Blogger. I was mostly posting articles on and off for a couple of years before my friend let me use his hosting account to host my own website. So I bought my...
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Google Analytics Custom Reporting

As you may know, you can now design reports by yourself in Google Analytics. These reports are very flexible. However, there is one custom data set that I want it to generate that doesn’t seem to be possible looking at the combination of elements provided in the custom reporting tool. So these...
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Internet Goals for 2009

I thought this would be a good time to put my thoughts to the proverbial paper with regards to where I see my internet life going or rather where I would like to see it go. So here is a incomplete and to be updated list of what I want to achieve on the internet this year. Mind you, these, in no way,...
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Review: WordPress 2.7

My WordPress 2.6 installation had been prompting me for quite some time to upgrade to the latest 2.7 installation. So yeaterday, I finally used Fantastico and upgraded. I think this is a big improvement over the previous one. The look is cleaner and the navigation more intuitive. The whole thing looks...
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Indian Blogger? Please don’t Blog About…

India has some great bloggers. They write good stuff. They provide inspiration to amateurs like… ME. They stimulate, motivate and aliviate. India also has a lot of amateur bloggers like… ME. Here’s a list of things that I think amateur/newbie bloggers should steer clear of, especially...
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