In the recently held elections in the state of Tamil Nadu we internet companies had a lot to cheer about – major parties in the state promised to give laptops for free to students [Govt could face legal action]. So irrespective of which party would win our industry had to gain, this rarely happens.
On November 16, 2011 VCCircle had organized an event “VCCircle Digital Content & Investment Forum 2011” in Bangalore. I was asked to moderation a session on User Generated Content. The panelists were, Read more on User Generated Content In India: Its Evolution & Opportunities…
I got few calls about IAMAI’s report – “Number of Local Language Sites in India stands at a Pathetic 1249!”. I wasn’t able to read this report on the day it was published as I was travelling.
Ajit Balakrishnan’s comment “Let us not assume users want Indian languages” got me to think why people think Indian languages are not “wanted” on the internet. I wasn’t at that conference, so I don’t know what was exactly said. My thoughts and reactions are completely based on Medianama’s post.