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Remarks on me from BlogCamp Kerala

BlogCamp Kerala 2008

The news about me in Hindusthan Times

The news about me in Hindusthan Times

After my presentation of Rubber_Stats.xls the question raised by some body about the benefit I got from it. My answer was many of the reps of media covered me (I pointed out a hint to Sebin of new age too) and as an eg. was the story in Hindusthan times written by Riddhi shaw which is on above picture.

This post included to show what other people says about me. Because I have to rectify my mistakes in future. Other ways the criticism on me obtained in earlier blog meeting was not favourable to any blogger.

kerala Blogcamp – I’d love to be there next time By Mani Karthik

Keralafarmer is a true inspiration and representative of passion towards blogging. This gentleman from kerala is a farmer, who finds time out to blog (on his numerous regional language blogs) even when he has to find time to cultivate and look after his Diary. I was amazed to see his technological expertise in regional blogging, linux and blogging platforms. As a matter of fact he had discontinued his education after the tenth grade. (And he’s currently in his 60’s) He has revealed many “disturbing facts” he himself found out from the Governments data, which he says is often corrupt and misleading. He intends to bring forth truth on these through his blog and rightly says – “Blogs are my weapons!

Of blogs and houseboats… By Harishanker R

KeralaFarmer a.k.a. Chandrasekharan Nair, was the next speaker at BlogCamp. This man, perhaps the least educated person among the group (he has studied only till the tenth grade) was indeed the most interesting person at BlogCamp! He started blogging to depcit the anomalies in rubber trading statistics and is now one of the best-known Malayalam bloggers in the state! Apart from farming, he is an avid Linux enthusiast with a host of blogs in almost all blog-service providers. Though I had gone downstairs to catch a quick nap at one of the bedrooms and to shoot pics, the applause when I returned confirmed that his speech was a runaway success.

Most amazing blogcamp In Houseboat ends Sanil S

Around 6 people had taken sessions of which a foreigner from Canada shared his experience about the wrist problems that may occur for bloggers and programmers which was informative. Moreover kerala farmer had taken a session about Malayalam blogging which was also interesting.

Blog Camp Kerala 2008 – Reviewing the Unconference Jayasankar

To, Chandrasekharan Nair aka the Kerala Farmer, I’ll just say that sir that you rock.

I was sitting next to a bunch of young kids during the whole of his presentation. After mentioning the advantages of wordpress, Mr. Nair mentioned that he had come to the camp after feeding his cows in the morning and needed to hurry back to milk them. The young kids were forced to sort of confront the enthu and the passion that Mr. Nair has in abundance and their lacks in the same department.

Blogcampkerala :: A day with bloggers in an house boat Jilusujith

in the afternoon session there were talks on Audio blogging by Mr pradip somasundaram, Malayalam blogging by Mr.Chandrashekaran Nair and Campus Blogging by Mr.Kenney Jacob.

Blog Camp Kerala was a Great Success Nirmal

I should say the most impressive session was from Kerala Farmer. He is a 60 year old farmer who finds time to blog and bring to public the corruption in Govt. I was truly amazed by his knowledge of Internet and his passion for blogging. He blogs in 3 languages and has many blogs in WordPress and Blogspot platform.

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