Fortnightly Update: Blog Posts From My Other Blogs

A discussion in comments thread in Ashish’s blog set me thinking that I am not posting best of my content here on Visceral Observations since two months. I decided to post an update about my current blogging subjects.

Go ahead and feel free to give me feedback on my blog posts and interviews. If there are any tips for managing several active blogs they are welcome: 🙂

Its A Free World

  • Abuse Aware!

    (Letting out a long and deep breath !!) I just saw this Web site called AbuseAware. It is a Web site dedicated to sensitive about the abuse related issues. This site also promotes a book related to the subject called Living With The Enemy. Home page of this Web site has some really poignant pictures…

  • No Gender-based Violence, Please!

    November 25 is International Day for Elimination of Violence against women. This day is observed to mark the public awareness about the issue by UN agencies and NGOs worldwide. Here is a UN initiative against International violence: A web site for A Life Free from Violence: It’s our right. Sadly…

  • Child Abuse Prevention Day

    Today is child abuse prevention day! According to a World Health Organization study, one in every four girls and one in every seven boys are victims of sexual abuse. Scary, isn’t it? But there is more.

  • Hail Our Ragpickers, Save Them!

    Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle are 3 Rs for energy conservation and environment. After emphasizing so much on reducing, reusing, and recycling in my last few posts at Visceral Observations, I decided to take a stock of recycling scenario in India. I am shocked!US and UK have active recycling centers,…

  • Fight Breast Cancer!

    October was Breast Cancer Awareness month. Pink ribbon is the International symbol of breast cancer prevention.Breast cancer is the second most prominent cancer that assails Indian women. Urban Indian women are said to be more susceptible to breast cancer than rural women. A woman with family…

Jai Hind: Proud to be an Indian

  • World AIDS Day in India

    Today is World AIDS Day!Brief History World AIDS Day was established by WHO in 1988. This day provides governments, national AIDS programs, faith organizations, community organizations, and individuals with an opportunity to raise awareness and focus attention on the global AIDS epidemic. Red ribbon…

Here are the recent interviews I conducted for Being A Blogger:

  • My blog has made me a better person. – Ashish, blogger and student

    Today’s guest on BaB is Ashish. This 18-year old started his blog when he was 16! He is also the guy who created the first version of BaB logo (yes, it is evolving). Now, before you accuse us, BaB team, of committing child labour, let me assure you it was both voluntary […] Ashish lists his favorite blog themes and other tips for active blogging. 😛

  • I learn to be grateful reading my blog archives. – Melani, blogger from Indonesia

    Today our guest on BaB is a pretty lady from Indonesia, who blogs a daily diary on her blog Pretty in the City. Hi Melani, Welcome to Being A Blogger!Tell us about yourself. What made you choose this name for your blog, Pretty in the city?My name is Melani Sastrawidjaja. I am based in Jakarta […] You can have tips from Melani to edit her pictures.

  • Use Your Blog as a Personal Branding Tool. – Vinaya, business consultant and blogger

    Today’s guest on BaB is Vinaya. His blog has a unique name, Geo 12.97° N 77.56° E, a great objective and a dedicated readership. Some of them have stuck with him since he started his blog 3 years ago. Apart from his strong reader base from subscriptions, Vinaya says, his blog has 10,000+ page… Vinaya speaks how his blog has helped him in his MBA selection and found him jobs.

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16 Responses to “Fortnightly Update: Blog Posts From My Other Blogs”


  1. 1 Ashish December 5, 2007 at 8:13 am

    So you finally managed the //engtech RSS Digest! 😀

    A further suggestion would be posting this same thing over on your Blogger blog as an aggregator of all your blogging endeavours. 🙂

  2. 2 Poonam Sharma December 5, 2007 at 8:14 am

    Yes Ashish, I plan to do that…but I am wondering how to create new page at blogger. I want the front page to always have details about my blogs.

    Also, did you see the template I changed for the blogger blog?

  3. 3 dinsan December 5, 2007 at 8:52 am

    uhmmm developing in to a serious blogger !! have to learn from u 🙂

  4. 4 Ashish December 5, 2007 at 8:53 am

    Poonam: No pages on blogger. If you need pages, hop over to wordpress or livejournal. You might consider giving Vox [www.vox.com] a try. Vox and WordPress are currently the best out there. 🙂

    Yup, I like the new theme. Looks professional.

  5. 5 ruhi December 5, 2007 at 9:01 am

    wow…so many posts on SO many blogs? I really admire you girl. I would be happy if I could write so many posts even in a month’s time. 🙂

  6. 6 Poonam Sharma December 5, 2007 at 9:12 am

    @Dinsan: It seems I was always a serious blogger. Ashish keeps saying I should keep one blog for fun. 😦

    How to do that?

    @Ashish: I thought so as could not find any option to create new page. Is livejournal free. I never knew there was something like vox. Thanks!

    You know what I want on my blogger blog is to keep the information about all three blogs on the first page and subsequently post all the digests from each blog. How to? Any better idea?

    @Ruhi: Nahi yaar, I have less blogs than you and you already post more regularly than me. But I am glad to have found you. Where in Calcutta you lived? You received my email?

  7. 7 ruhi December 5, 2007 at 6:40 pm

    @Poonam,

    I did receive your email and you should get my answers tonight (CST) 🙂 I used to stay in South Calcutta, near Bhowanipur. Are you familiar with that area?

    And I definitely don’t post more regularly than you…all your blogs have quality posts. The CFA blog just has a couple of lines stating what I studied. My personal blog is all about my ranting. My job blog- It’s not been updated since AGES. 😛

  8. 8 Dream Catcher December 5, 2007 at 10:09 pm

    came here thru talkingtails..nice wat a RSS collection :)gr8 work

  9. 9 Poonam December 6, 2007 at 4:26 am

    @Ruhi: Nah, I am not very familiar, but I know about it. My visits to Calcutta were restricted to College street, shopping for garments, going to Howrah to catch trains to Delhi and to camp at various KVs (Barrackpore, Fort William, blah blah) for regional level (east zone) competitions.

    And you really flatter me. But coming from you, makes me happy. 🙂

    @dreamcatcher: Welcome to Visceral Observations! Glad you like it but which ones seemed better to you? 🙂

  10. 10 Ashish December 6, 2007 at 6:50 am

    All listed services are free. LiveJournal offers pages. Not sure if Vox does but Vox is 200% cooler than LJ. 😀

    I’d go with a wordpress.com blog. I mean you could set a page as the home page and the blog as a secondary page where you could post your weekly digests. Clean and simple. 😀

  11. 11 Dream Catcher December 6, 2007 at 7:58 am

    Ragpcikkers, jai hind a really gr8 initiatives….

  12. 12 Thejesh GN December 6, 2007 at 12:36 pm

    Thanks for those links. I enjoyed reading those blogger interviews.

  13. 13 Poonam Sharma December 7, 2007 at 4:41 am

    @Ashish, Ok! But no inclination to open another blog. 😦 will have to workaround with blogger. What is this talk of blogger not allowing comments from anyone otehr than google account holders? Was it not there since long time ago?

    @Dream catcher: yes, rag pickers is a issue close to my heart. But I am only a contributor in Jai Hind Blog. There are several other contribuors on this blog.

    @Thejesh GN: Welcome to Visceral Observations!

    I am glad you enjoyed reading blogger interviews. You have a nice blog yourself. 🙂

  14. 14 Ashish December 7, 2007 at 8:30 am

    Poonam: Turn Anonymous commenting “ON” in your Dashboard. Blogger by default disables that. Also remember to turn on Captcha otherwise you’ll be spaaaamy! 😛

  15. 15 Poonam Sharma December 10, 2007 at 6:34 am

    @Ashish, I turned anonymous commenting on, but where is Captcha? I could not find it. 😦

  16. 16 Idetrorce December 15, 2007 at 5:05 pm

    very interesting, but I don’t agree with you
    Idetrorce

    Poonam: Hi, I could not understand what was interesting and what you didn’t agree to. Could you please explain, if you can?


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