XIth Delhi Blogger’s Meet

Time again for the Delhi Blogger’s Meet and this time I made it a real special one. It all started with just some 4-5 lines of mail written by Julian Siddle to me…I took it up from there. Told him when he comes we would have a blogger’s meet and here it goes.

We would have Julian, Gareth Mitchell and Bill Thompson, all the way from BBC UK, with us.

Julian is the producer of BBC World Service Technology programme Digital Planet. Gareth is the presenter of the same show. They would be here to shoot a special edition of the program, on India. Culture of Blogs in India is an area Julian would be particularly looking at and would be trying to find answers to questions like “Do you have a particular view on the use or effectiveness of your blogs? What do you think about the use of IT in India or its potential? The country is often seen as being in the grip of a technological boom, is this the case from your experience?“Bill is one of Britain’s leading authorities on blogging and Net activism and advises the EU. He has a regular column on the BBC’s website. Bill would be here to share with us his expertise over the subject that connects all of us here…Blogging and also Net activism. Inviting all the Blogger’s in and around of Delhi to be a part of this special Meet.

Date: Saturday, 6th May 2006
Venue : The Amphitheater, India Habitat Center, Lodhi Road, New Delhi
Time: 6pm
RSVP : Me @ the Comments section here
Participation:
All you old and new, fast and furious, slow and steady, arose and awakened, dreaming and dormant bloggers out there…

Please confirm your participation in advance.

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