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Correction: 6 Pune blogs (including http://trak.in the “India Business Blog”) nominated for IndiBloggies

Earlier, we reported that 5 Pune blogs are nominated for the IndiBloggies awards. Unfortunately, due to an oversight, we missed the fact that one of Pune’s most read blogs, Trak.in, is also nominated in the “Best Business IndiBlog” section (#13). Please check that out also. That brings the total Pune nominations to 6. The full […]

The IndiBloggies blogger awards, Pune blogs, and visibility… Please vote

Quick summary: The IndiBloggies awards, started by Pune’s Debashish Chakrabarty, are, in spite of flaws, India’s top awards for blogging (and now for twittering). From thousands of submissions 6 Pune blogs have been nominated by a panel of prominent bloggers – which means that these blogs are worth checking out. And, to determine the winners, […]

Editorial Policy

This note lays out the editorial policy for PuneTech.com, to help the community understand what goes up on the site, and why.

BlogCampPune: Carpools, Buspool, What to Expect, Contacts, and other info

(Tarun Chandel, one of the organizers of BlogCampPune, sent out this mail to all those signed up to attend BlogCampPune 2, and it is being reproduced here for the benefit of those who haven’t yet registered – in the hope of convincing you that this is where you want to be on Saturday. And of […]

Why you should attend BlogCampPune – 2

Passion That is the one word that a BlogCamp can be captured in – passion. Bloggers, the serious ones, are very passionate about their blogging. And usually, the more successful blogs tend to be about a few specific topics that the blogger is very interested in, and puts a lot of time and effort into. […]

PuneTech Comment Policy

PuneTech is a for-the-community, by-the-community site, and comments by our readers play an important part of the content. However, to ensure that the discussion always stays healthy, constructive and safe, we occasionally have to delete some of the comments. This note lays out our comments policy to help the community understand what kinds of comments […]

Monkiri adds Blogger/WordPress support – becomes more useful

When Pune-based social web-clipping service Monkiri had launched a couple of weeks ago, I had complained that it’s utility is very limited because it does not allow posting the clips to the user’s personal blog. They have moved quickly, and fixed the problem. They now support Blogger and WordPress blogs. That should certainly increase its […]

Company Profile: Monkiri – Webpage clipping service

Pune-based Monkiri is a browser plugin (IE & FF) that enables a web user clip portions of a webpage, comment on it, and post it to a blog hosted on Monkiri. Literally Monkiri means the Japanese art of paper cutting. Monkiri lets one read and write blogs about any item published on a website. At […]