Tuesday, January 1, 2013

A Hope From Static To Dynamic (2012 to 2013)



Today is the day when most of us open the bundle of memories of last year. I still remember posting a memoir about 2011 in which my friend had designed a picture for the blog post. Every year has something worthy/ worthless to remember. For me, last year was almost static. I don’t have much exciting things to write on so called “offline memories”. In case of online life, I’ve plenty to scribble. Since I am a creature who likes real world rather than virtual sphere, let me start with the former first.


Offline Memories:
In the beginning of the year 2012, I’d a wonderful trip with my relatives to some of the South Indian hill stations. Although it was a three day tour, we enjoyed maximum. On the way, I’d a ligament injury which was misunderstood as a sprain. Since we thought it was a minor injury, neither I nor my relatives cared about it. After the tour, doctor identified it as ligament dislocation

From January onwards, my world was confined only in “online”! Although my boss and colleagues helped me to work from home, I felt I’ve to step down from the role of SEO Executive at Webnamaste. I had no idea on how to survive with the label ‘jobless’! It was then I started working as Freelance Content Writer. Even if there is no much fun like office hours, working from home gave me confidence. 

When coming to personal life, I did not get many new friends as I couldn’t interact with people unlike previous years. Again, there are many who left me for making their days bright. Usually I dedicate and thank people by mentioning their names. This year I don’t want to do that because I fear at least a few will leave or hate me so that I couldn’t repeat those names next year.

Online Recollections:

As I was not active physically, all I’d do is to participate energetically in the virtual world. Twitter, Facebook and Blogs made my year. One of the admins of Malayalam Bloggers in Facebook invited me to join their group. Their only criterion for being a member is to have a Malayalam blog. Starting a blog in one’s own mother tongue is always special. I must say, now my Malayalam blog is more talkative and active than Village Girl. 

Village Girl was quiet at times and otherwise on the go. It completed two milestones of blogging- 1,00,000 page views and 200 followers. Also, I found that a cultureless blogger had stolen more than 100s of my blog posts. The enormous support I received from blogger community and my online friends helped me to recover from the shock.

You might be wondering why I wrote only personal stuff in the post about 2012. There will be many to write regarding Sachin’s retirement or Delhi rape. That doesn’t mean those incidences are insignificant. I still have time to discuss about them later. Now I want to wrap up this post without making it lengthy. So I Wish You All a Prosperous and Happy New Year! Similarly, I hope this year will be a dynamic year for me too…




(This happens to be my 200th post. Thanks for all your support and encouragement. Hope you will appreciate and criticize my works in future too)

14 comments:

  1. jan 1st is Monday :)

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    1. Sorry , reader's mistake. Nice one.

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  2. A very Happy New Year to you chechi and congrats for your 200th post :) i donno whether i should say it here.. your Malayalam blog is superb i love it :) keep going like this :)

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  3. I wonder what happened to the thief. I hope he shut his blog down out of sheer shame if not a potential case of criminal IPR theft.

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    1. I do not think he even has that thing called SHAME..!!!

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    2. Are you telling me that this specimen still has an active blog, where he displays with pride and impunity the fruits of blatant plagiarism/IPR theft?

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    3. Thanks for your interest. He do have his blog. Among other blogposts, you can see my posts too. Here is the link:

      my-performance.blogspot.in/

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    4. Not just yours ma'am. This idiot has plagiarized other bloggers' posts too, it seems. One of his posts is titled "Being an Indian female", which is strange, considering his display pic is that of a fat, unfit, bespectacled Asian MALE. Idiocy transcends nationalities, I suppose. (Repeated comment deleted)

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    5. Being an Indian Female is my post only. Except the economic and a few other stupid posts, all others in his blog are mine

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    6. If ever you think its copied from my blog, you can confirm it by doing "Quick Search" on the box in the right side of my blog...

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    7. I am sorry. Apologies. Hadn't explored your blog enough to have recognized it as your post. And no, I am not going to visit the thief and increase his viewer count. If I want to read what being an Indian female means, I'd much rather read the original post. :)

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    8. Never mind...Thank you so much for your support.

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