If you are an aspiring photographer with an idea to buy a ideal DSLR camera that suits your budget, then this is for you. Just take a look at Canon 550D.The 550D is surely a newcomer’s dream with amazing capabilities and features.
Catch up the review of Canon 550D by Kiruba Shankar, one of the top Blogger of India. Kiruba is the CEO of Business Blogging (Social Media consultancy based in Chennai). He is also a Podcaster and Columnist in various dailies.
When you begin to admire photos from a certain camera, there’s a good chance that you’ll soon fall in love with it. My friend’s Canon 500D produced consistently great pictures and it has already earned my respect. When I had a chance to review a DSLR, I had no hesitating in picking up its bigger cousin, the 550D.
The entry level DSLR market is not only crowded but very fiercely fought over for a market share. The camera companies are competing amongst themselves in packaging in more and more features so much so that this year’s entry level cameras have higher features than last year’s mid-range models. But hey, no one’s complaining!
Kiruba Shankar our CEO at Business Blogging, (we’re a social media consultancy firm) and can be reached at Kiruba@Kiruba.com. Below is the article (dated Aug 12, 2010) written by Kribs (as his friends call him) for his a weekly column in Financial express. The column appears every Thursday and focuses on technology with a strong local perspective and a global outlook.
Garmin Forerunner 305
Let me begin this article by saying this. If you are interested in running and if you are considering buying a device that helps you track your performance, then stop thinking right now. Save your thinking time and go right forward with the Garmin Forerunner 305. Once you have it, you will never run again without it! This watch does everything you will ever need it to.
For those who train regularly, you can compare your current performance with your earlier run. You can compare the pace and your heart rate and thus keep track of your improvement. You can see the average and max temperatures and wind speed to see if climate may have affected your performance.
Simply Social an initiative from the makers of Buzzom in association with Yourstory.in and it attempts to bring together entrepreneurs, social media experts and industry leaders together to discuss and explore the role of social media in the growth of businesses especially in the Indian context. The event is to be held in Bangalore on Oct 23rd, 2010.
Impact of social media, case studies and discussions on leveraging social media appropriately and social web engagement and analytics tool launch are some of the key highlights of the event.
Our very own beloved Kiruba Shankar, CEO of Business Blogging, a leading social media consultancy, has been invited to speak at the prestigious event as a panelist. Here is the link to his profile at the Simply Social event: http://www.buzzom.com/events/Speakers.aspx#Kiruba
3G is the next generation of mobile communications systems. It enhances the services such as multimedia, high speed mobile broadband, internet access with the ability to view video footage on your mobile handset. With a 3G phone and access to the 3G network you can make video calls, watch live TV, access the high speed internet, receive emails and download music tracks, as well as the usual voice call and messaging services found on a mobile phone.”
Find out what more 3g can do for you from this article (dated June 03, 2010) written by one of the sought after public speakers and social media expert, Mr Kiruba Shankar, who has close to 60000 followers on twitter,
“If there is one term that is least understood but still continues to generate a lot of buzz, it has to be 3G. I’ll demystify this jargon and find out exactly what it is and how we can benefit from it. 3G will also unleash an amazing number of new gadgets that will redefine the way we look at entertainment, education and communication.
3G stands for third generation, a wireless technology that helps to simultaneously transfer voice (telephone calls) and data (broadband Internet). 3G is an evolution of the existing 2G technologies that has limited capabilities, both on the device side and on the network side. The mobile connectivity we currently use runs on 2G network and its plagued on two accounts. One is the limited network bandwidth which explains why our calls can’t go through because of network congestion. The second is extremely lean data bandwidth, which explains why surfing on the mobile phone or the GPRS data card is so pathetically slow.”