Slides from Amrita Fooster 2009

Last week I attended the Free and Open Source Conference at Amrita (Fooster). I also gave a presentation on Blogging Basics to some cool folks there and the presentation is embedded here. The presentation is a very basic course on starting and running a blog.


The event was awesome for the following reasons…
– I loved the hospitality of the people @ Amrita, thanks to all.
– I could reconnect with some of my friends.
– I learnt quite a lot of things from Anand, who also gave a presentation on Money making online.
– I was able to complete one milestone in the goals for this year. It was this year’s goal to take at least one presentation at a meet up.

Enjoy the presentation…

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15 Comments.

  1. “A for Apple and B for Blog”
    This is a nice one ! .. 😉

  2. Amal Roy says:

    Nice one liked it. Good.

  3. Anish K.S says:

    A for Apple, B for Blog and S for SEO 🙂

  4. Girish says:

    A for apple
    B for Blog
    C for CTR
    D for Dollar

    Nice title , and you are a bloddy designer.

    Good work.

  5. Anish K.S says:

    Yes

    A for Adsense great8 🙂

  6. Nihar says:

    Great work dude…

    e for eCPM

  7. Zubin Mithra says:

    hi
    im a student studying at the Amrita School of Engg. and i`m happy to know that you found the college environment very hospitable.
    you have a great blog going on here, great job! i myself am an OSS developer; and i live at perumbavoor.

    nice knowing you

    Cheers dude!

    • Perumbavoor..? Where..? I am from Perumbavoor too mate… We should meet someday… 🙂
      Amrita was an awesome experience, great people there and I could meet some of my friends..
      Thanks for the encouraging words there.. I see that you have a great one there too.. Pretty geeky stuff…

      Will catch you on twitter soon.. 🙂

  8. Man,
    I am flipping through your slide deck right now. Well organized thoughts. I will reuse it at some point LOL 🙂

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