Friday, February 02, 2007

A cup of tea with Nepali bloggers

With a hurried trip, I reached Freedom Forum meeting Hall at Thapathali.Some of the bloggers were already there. The talk was started with an Introduction. The blogger’s rights and laws were the main issues. Some share their experiences with the blogging.
Any way we total 14 head were gossiping about blogging and Nepali blogspere for an hour.
I feel so glad to see the bloggers there .The discussion sets a view to be in touch with whole nepali bloggers in upcoming days .So prepare time for that and Happy Blogging . Keep on Blogging....
"Lets Talk about blogging"- Participant bloggers
Point to be noted -Tajim at the Desk

Only Rosha Ji,where is the other female blogger???

"Blogging as passion or profession"- Hamro

Wednesday, January 31, 2007

Time For Get-Together

The first question for you people is "Do you Blog"?If yes then here is a good news for the whole nepali bloggers.A nepali blogger's voices named Nepali is going to perform a Nepali Bloggers gathering on Kathmandu.So if you are intrested in a talk programme about Nepali Blogsphere and the BLOGAN formation.Then You are warm welcomed there:-
Venue: Freedom Forum, Thapathali
Date: Friday, Feb 2, 2007 (Magh 19, 2063)
Time: 12:00 noon
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Sunday, January 28, 2007

US RoadSide Architecture

Saturday… day on a week. As previous Saturdays I tried to make this Saturday a wonderful one.
Around 12 noon at day I headed toward to Srijana fine Art college at Kamaladi where an exhibition is running.
A photographic exhibition by John Margoules from United States. He named the exhibition as AMERICAN ROADSIDE ARCHITECTURE.
If you are interested toward American culture probably the 20th century how it runs hot at that moment. Then you may take the flavors from photo at College of fine arts .There you may see the Fooding, Lodging and Gas’s stations photos of 20th century at the US. So If you are interested then you may visit and enjoy the photographs.

Photographer John Speaks:

As a photographer and writer I have spent nearly 30 years crisscrossing the continental United States in search of unique and typical examples of roadside and Main Street architecture and design. In traveling over 100,000 miles in a long series of marathon automobile trips, I have taken some 100,000 photographs of about 15,000 older buildings, signs, storefronts, and other commercial and civic structures. My 2003 Alicia Patterson Foundation Fellowship is allowing me to hit the road again in a series of four research trips in several regions of the USA to revisit many places I have not seen for decades. My objectives in these journeys are threefold: to see how places have changed; to record what remains of this individualistic "mom-and-pop" tradition in American commerce and how places I have previously photographed have evolved; and to make a record of the new omnipresent business chains which have homogenized the environment of America. This first report shows some of what I found in my first trip through the Southwest in over 3000 miles in 17 days. The Lone Ranger rides again.