[Note: Please make sure to leave your blog info in the comments.]
"Limbdi Corner (LC) is the place where over steaming glasses of tea and endless servings of samosa and kachoris friends are made, relationships cemented, people meet, students revel in the present, alumni rejoice the past and freshers stop worrying about the future. LC is the place where hearts meet, whole events are decided and convened, impromptu meetings take place, a hundred songs get written, a thousand theatrics are performed, where a few hearts get broken. A lot happens over tea, at LC"- Pablo
I found this resting nicely in the archives of the chronicle, and you know what, just the mention of IT BHU brings my heart out and freshens up the old memories of IT.
Not only it has given us an identity, but our alma mater was the second home for everyone. I still remember how people used to make excuses of tests and exams and postponed going home during diwali and December vacations.
Many a times while surfing through the net you must have come across articles/blogs by IT students or alumni. It surely gives a certain feel of nostalgia when you read the blogs / articles by other folks of IT. Essentially the story will be the same but it's a great feeling by reading them again and again. While thinking on these lines it suddenly hit me, that while we flaunt it everywhere - LinkedIn, Orkut, etc etc why is blog world devoid of the unity of IT Junta?
So to start this tradition we have started using these badges on our blogs which not only looks cool but gives out IT identity mark also.
The Button looks something like:
Click Here to Wear the Pride
Instructions for installing it on your blog:
- Blogger Gadget:
- For Other Platforms:
Title: ITBHU Blogger
- Other Blogging Platforms: Please feel free to contact us if you have made a gadget for this logo for wordpress, myspace, etc.
We are also in process of making a listing of IT Bloggers here so that we can start our proceedings! Don't forget to mention your blog links in the comments
List of ITBHU Alumni Blogs:
- [CSE03 - Animesh Pathak] Animesh Pathak's Online Journal [RSS/ATOM Feed]
- [MEC04 - Prasoon Agarwal] Pages of my Diary [RSS/ATOM Feed]
- [CIV05 - Sharad Oberoi] Lair of the Loquacious Loon! [RSS/ATOM Feed]
- [CSE06 - Rahul Hari] Hari's Paradise [RSS/ATOM Feed]
- [Aditya Goyal] The Lost Soul [RSS/ATOM Feed]
- [MEC07 - Abhishek khanna] The Lost Soul [RSS/ATOM Feed]
- [EEE07 - Nitin Jain] World in My View [RSS/ATOM Feed]
So, what are you waiting for? Feel free to take the code from above and customize it for your blogging platform. Also, we strongly encourage you to leave the following info in the comments to this post so we can include it in the list above.
- Graduating Year
- Blog Title and URL
- RSS/ATOM Feed URL, if any