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Techie Publisher launches Ripples
By Suneetha

A portmanteau film? Yes! But a portmanteau short story set?  IIT trained techie turned writer-publisher Prashant Karhade pulls off exactly that trick in Ripples, an anthology of short stories launched in Chennai this week by celebrities Revathi and Suchitra Karthik Kumar. Revathi and Suchitra were all praise for Prashant Karhade for this innovative model of publishing. More...

Website Tintumon gets huge support
By Suneetha.B

Tintumon, the popular SMS Hero, is the Keralite (and only Indian) equivalent of ‘Little Johnny’. A precocious 5 year old comic character with an intelligent and side-splitting take on everything under the sun, Tintumon has run into a copyright furore. Unni Koroth is one of the ‘odd brains’ of Foradian Technologies who are credited with launching the online site Tintumon.com. More...

How techies stop Bollywood pirates
By Bala Shah and DJ

Bollywood is a multi billion dollar business.  And such big money always attracts the sharks and pirates.  Every year, Bollywood loses big bucks to the internet pirates.  Even nice guys like Bollywood super star Aamir Khan are not spared.  His latest production Peepli Live had to hire a team of techies working at Bangalore based Aiplex software to help fight off the pirates. More...

Salman Khan’s online academy a hit
By Resmi Jaimon

USA-based  Salman Khan graduated from Harvard Business School and has had successful stints as a Technical Architect at Scient and as a Senior Product Manager at software giant Oracle.  He has also held key roles in the VC sector. Salman is also an internet phenomenon having launched the online Khan Academy which is a not for profit online NGO that provides free education. More...

Fortune selects Indrani Medhi
By Ria Sharma

CNNMoney is one of the most popular financial websites in the world and comprises of CNN, Fortune and Money magazine, and gets about 8 million unique users a month.  Fortune is the key media element in CNNMoney with a total audience of 4.1 million.  The Median Household Income of Fortune readers is $95,000. Fortune has just selected an Indian among its smartest people in tech. More...

Arty Altruism in a Techie Life
By Suneetha B

Techie Vinutha Choudri unwinds most days with some form of hand-craft art. But she knew she had more to do for society in general. She didn’t know what till she waited in a mall, and watched the swirling business life around a Kundan jewellery sale. The rest as they say is history. Vinutha spoke to Techgoss about how her NGO combines her love of art with social service. More...

Website rates engineering colleges
By Resmi Jaimon

For aspiring Engineers, choosing a college in Kerala is a tedious task with 114 Engineering colleges battling each other to attract the best and brightest. The students have to evaluate a number of criterions before choosing a college.  Till a decade back, there were around only a dozen engineering colleges and so getting admission was considered a relatively simple task. More...

Google: Rediff is Top Site in India
By Bala Shah

Tech giant Google dominates the search market in India and most of the world.  Google crawlers map everything on the net. Apart from popular applications like Gmail, it also has sophisticated tools to monitor the traffic to any website. Google has published its Ad Planner Top 1000 Sites in the world.  The main criterion being how many unique visitors (users) each site gets. More...

Are Men 32% more productive?
By Techgirl

Like most Indian women, I genuinely believe that most of us work better than most of the stronger (weaker?) sex.  We do better at school and at universities.  A woman heads our ruling political party.  The President of India as well as the Speaker of the Indian Parliament are women.  Arguably, India’s best English TV Channel CNN - IBN has more women journalists than men More...

84% porn visits can be tracked down
By Techgirl

The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) in USA is the leading civil rights organization to protect its citizens when their freedoms in the networked world come under attack. Founded in 1990, the highly regarded EFF has championed the public interest in every critical battle affecting digital rights. EFF is a donor-funded nonprofit and like Greenpeace values its independence. More...

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