Everybody loves watching sports. And because of this, players become stars and role models for many. The thing you will remember most if you get a chance to handshake a star player is certainly the camera. And because of that passion, people pay to watch sports events and cheer for their team. Sports entertain. But what’s it for sports for sports journalists? Here are my thoughts.
Did the title sound odd to you? It should and it should not.
Everybody knows Google! everybody uses Google! About a year ago, I read an article about Microsoft’s plan to turn users into Microsoft-only-users, now without any annoucement of that kind, Google is turning me into a google-only-user (a googler)!
I am writing this blog today because the Nepal v UAE three-day match ended in two days. Nepal lost by 10 wickets and I got free time today to write about Nepali cricket. Is it downfalling?
Facing camera for the first few times is always a nervous thing ? I think people call it ?camera consciousness?. And it happened to me when I was asked to participate in a TV Talk Show on Nepali football. But as to everybody else, it turned out to be a completely new experience.
Having renovated my site, www.NepalCricket.com, five time this year, I have found confidence to recommend a few things to amateur webmasters: Which CMS is the best for them and how much PHP or HTML should they know?
It’s not only our friend Deepak who is experiencing bitter taste of mobile. Everyone is Kathmandu is willing to carry a mobile and this overwhelming interest is being wrongly cashed.
For being a part-time computer teacher at my brother’s school, I sometime got invited for ‘repairing’ jobs – some of which I would like to describe as funny one. They have left me wondering why the hell the people buy computer in Nepal.
Blogging is the hottest thing in the virtual world (despite many bloggers knowing that their blog won’t be read by many people. And how can people like us, me and Dinesh Wagle, can avoid this – thus we decide, on an untold agreement that at least each of us would read other’s, united we blog!
Note: The blog post is here for historic purpose. This was the first post on United We Blog! on October 1, 2004. UWB is the first blog of Nepal.
After 31 minutes of this post, Dinesh Wagle, a co-founder of UWB, posted this:
Joining the foray
Agreeing totally on what Uzz has to say in his posting, I here by declare my participation into the Blogging War. God bless our readers!
UWB was first hosted at www.wagle.com.np/dinuzz and on November 8, 2004, it was moved to www.blog.com.np