Adopting a new technology

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After finishing graduate studies, I was so tired of formal education that I stopped looking at the latest research in business, new developments in technology and other academically geeky topics that interest me a lot. Recently, while upgrading my websites to the current internet standards, I was faced with the challenge of learning a whole bunch of new things in a limited amount of time and, in the process, discovering that I wasn’t prepared for the transition. Here’s how I managed to reconcile a solution and manage the change.

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Design your blog: Web 2.0 style

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Is your blog Web 2.0 compatible? Years ago, internet users were primarily technical or geeky people. But today, all kinds of people are seen on the internet: young and old, techie and non techie. Also, people’s attention times have reduced drastically and the more time you spend on internet, the more you know where to find what you are looking…

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Split into two

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Raw Material: Priyank.commixed blog, travel, photos, blah blah… Step One: Step Two: Step Three: Finished Product: Personal blog < <       >> Travel blog What the hell is he trying to say?: This website so far was a mix (cocktail) of personal blog, travelogs, pictures, photos, and everything else I could find. One fine day (obviously, it wasn’t…

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Post # 200 :) YAY!

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This is 200th post published on my blog! -24°C, dressed shabbily, sleep deprived, debt laden, searching for identity, yet delighted… Rant: I registered priyank.com in September 1999, barely 6 months after I first started using a computer (after 12th grade, kinda late). I remember the thrill of discovering Notepad on a black & white computer running windows 3.1 and DOS,…

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