Entries by Preetam Kaushik from 12/2012

To Fan the Passion For Sports

| Posted 12.03.2012 | UK Sport

Have you ever wondered about the origin of the word "fan"? We are not talking about ceiling fans or table fans or pedestal fans. We are talking about fans whose hearts go "thuk, thuk" on seeing the celebrity they hero-worship.

Paradise Regained: The God of Cricket Blesses Eden

| Posted 12.05.2012 | UK Sport

Kolkata's famous Eden Garden for a brief period looked like the Biblical Paradise on Wednesday. The thin crowd went back home happy because the god of Indian cricket, Sachin Ramesh Tendulkar, shrugged off his long stretch of poor form.

Internet Governance: Everyone Wants of a Piece of this Pie in the Sky

| Posted 12.12.2012 | UK Tech

If we had not treated Frankenstein as a piece of science fiction, we may have been living in a more safe and secure world. We have spawned far too many Aladdins for our own good.

Stories Before the Royal Birth: Some are Laboured, Some are Interesting and Some are a Pain

| Posted 12.12.2012 | Huffington Post

Medical experts say that an extreme bout of morning sickness usually indicates twins or even triplets! It means the royal stork will have to carry a heavy load. Except for Buckingham Palace the rest of Britain is worrying itself grey or bald over the complications a twin arrival would create.

Time Has Come: To Pick the Person of the Year

| Posted 12.13.2012 | UK

Who will it be this year? It could be anyone who has made the news or was in the news during the year that has less than five weeks to finish. We shall know on 14 December the name of the Time Person of the Year for 2012.

Publishing Marries Social Media to Help You Author, Publish, Market and Sell your Book

| Posted 12.16.2012 | Huffington Post

Big budget self-publishing may soon be on its way out, when the test ground for getting your words to see the light of the day can happen in fraction of an amount of the spending that typically happens while self-publishing.

Popcorn Stoppers - Movies That Made Us Go 'Whoa!'

| Posted 12.18.2012 | UK Entertainment

They say movies are our escape into a fantasy world; but isn't it sad when we see how most movies these days tread the safe path?

Breaking New Ground in the World of Online Press Releases

| Posted 12.20.2012 | UK Tech

Ever since a certain Mr. Ivy Lee created the first press release on behalf of a railway comapny in the event of a big railway accident more than a 100 years ago, press releases have been integral part of any Public Relations endeavor, be it for individuals, organisations, business entities or government agencies.

New Age Crime : Everyone Is 'in' the Net

| Posted 12.24.2012 | UK Entertainment

Movie-makers would have died of boredom in a crime-free world. The police force would have remained honest because there would have been no one to corrupt it. Ditto for the political leadership and the judiciary. Come to think of it the world of crime creates jobs.

Social Media Platforms and the Hunt for a Genuine Enterprise-level Digital Marketing Tech

| Posted 12.25.2012 | UK Tech

So... people seem to be spending a lot of time on these social media platforms these days. They chat, they communicate, they... socialise, debate, promote, network, organise... you get the picture.