It’s almost five years when I started blogging (after few attempts here and there). And surprisingly I’m still doing it.
The main reason it’s a surprise is, I don’t normally do things for so long. However, blogging has always evolved along the time. I don’t no more blog regularly, but this has been a private space for me to vent out boiling thoughts. Twitter is for public, Facebook is for friends, + is still in the making and this blog is just for me.
I have written a whole range of different posts from my personal life to professional life. However, I’m again surprised with the amount of hits I receive for some of my occasional Tech Notes. It’s only because these post fill in the gap and thanks to Google, it helps someone out there. I have also stopped all types of monetizing from this blog from last year. I don’t think I’ll bring back any ads anytime soon.
There is nothing more to say in this blog, so just checkout my latest vlog.
This is a web site I found while random surfing. TechVideos.com is devoted to providing the highest quality, educational training videos on the latest software releases for “free”. The site emphasises on FREE Videos and claims everything on this site is free.
These free training videos will save hours of training time. Watch as an expert walks you through complex training in just a few minutes. The site seems to be fairly young, but has got some good tutorials on,
Adobe Photoshop CS3
Adobe Flash CS3
Adobe Dreamweaver CS3
Microsoft Word 2007
Microsoft Excel 2007
Microsoft Access 2007
Microsoft PowerPoint 2007
CSS, SEO, and other videos
Also the site’s tutorial videos are bit slow in loading, may be my connection was too slow.
Its just 2 months after I have come to Computer Science and Engineering Department. And this is my first video clip I’m doing for the department alumni AGM, the CS&ES AGM 2006. This is a small clip that shows the list of Event Sponsor. Its not a big one, but as always I am doing my thing here also, hopefully this will got for the next three years till I complete my degree. 🙂