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Indibloggies flags off its 2006 event

The Indibloggies, India’s first and foremost blog awards unveiled its annual nomination process for the 2006 event on 26 January 2007. This is the fourth year of the Indibloggies award. The nominations is open in 16 different award categories for Indian blogs from all around the world from 26th January until 5th February. At stake...

Ed Hugh launches a new blog on economy

I came to know Edward Hugh when, almost 3 years back, he was working on the “Living In ..” series of Blog aggregators. The project could not survive for long it seems but Barcelona based Edward persisted his tryst with the Internet. Ed is a trained Economist (the correct term is perhaps Macro Economist) and...

Move over WordPress, here comes Habari

Every product has a life cycle. When WordPress gained popularity it looked as if Blogger.com would be confined to history. Many who were stuck with Blogger solely because they weren’t interesting spending bucks on maintaining an online identity, with the hosted solution WordPress snatched a major share of users from Blogger.com’s pie. But to the...

Myjavaserver.com: a case of lost interest?

Myjavaserver.com is one of the most popular free Java hosting services that I have been using since long. Two years back Javalobby had revived the erstwhile mycgiserver (with much fanfare) when its founder Horst was planning to end the show. The service was renamed under the flagship of Javalobby and seemed to do well. However,...