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"To Post - Or Not To Post"

I am not too sure why the hell am I writing this post and take up useless space on the blog. Yet, it has been a while since I last posting something on The Wall but ain't got the mood to write something substantial.

Well, just hoping, as Sunil Pal would have said, "Bhavnaon ko Samjho"! :-P

And yeah, just thought I'd share a little slideshow with you.



Comments

Sakshi said…
hmmmm... work @ the wall... :(
yeh kya tha bey ? Twitter ka promo kar raha hai aaj kal kya ? :D
Shayon said…
well.. it wasn't really twitter promotion... nor is it 'work @ the wall'.
It is just that Twitter is the latest micro-blogging revolution that's taking the whole of web-o-sphere up on a storm.

Just like the way I introduced you all to blogging, I thought I'd write a few lines about the latest micro-blogging revolution too.

Purely for educational purpose. Check out the presentation only if you want to. It's pretty well done, though.
Unknown said…
abbey jabsey ye daala hai, its taking sometime for thi page to load..

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