Abhijit Nadgouda began the evolution of ifacethoughts on WordPress.com before he desired more and moved his blog to his own self hosted, full version of WordPress. He is now moving into WordPress Theme and web design, along with providing his continued brilliant insights into computers, computer code, and web technologies.
In his humble way, he, like me, is also embarrassed at inclusion in such an arbitrary list. After all, Alexa today, tomorrow who knows. But he brings up an issue that is even closer to the hearts of many Indians – the abolishment of the class system which such lists may perpetuate.
I feel that we start stripping blogging of its advantages once we start making classes – it is personal, it is free form, it is opinionated and it is therapeutic. It is too personal to be compared and classified. I do agree that a lot of us out there use it to make money, but not without treating it as a blog first. Of course most of us follow news, while some create news, while some are news themselves. But that is the nature, not a class. I hope this traffic measurement, the earning based on that and the whole classes disappear soon.
While I agree with the issues over the A-List mythology, in this case, whatever the list is that he is on, I’m proud of what he’s done with his blog.
Congratulations again, Nadgouda! You deserve it. And you’ve earned it.
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