An interview with award winning scientist & proponent of the Hole in the Wall (HIW) experiment: Dr Sugata Mitra. He started the experiment at the slums at Kalkaji, Delhi in 1999 & proved that kids could learn computers without formal training and teachers.
This blog has pretty much been in a suspended state, yet the spam comments keep pouring in on the older posts; of course, none of them get past Akismet. The spammers meanwhile have devised new methods, sometimes they would post an older comment from the same post or part of the post itself, other time […]
Naidunia is one of the oldest Hindi newspapers of India, appreciated and respected for its content and values. Recently the newspaper completed 60 years of its existence and launched few initiatives including proposed editions for Chattisgarh and other states. But the most significant of the initiatives is the relaunch of their popular web portal Webdunia […]
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 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, […]