This is a continuation of my previous post – can your blog survive the economic recession? Through this post I will discuss the possible options that we bloggers have before us to save our blogs and websites from the effects of the economic recession. I will be discussing this subject through a series of posts taking care of various aspects of the blogging scene that needs to be looked into while trying to save your blog from the negative impacts of the economic downturn. Continue reading “How to save your blog and website in the economic recession – part 1 – Choose the best Web Hosting Service”
Companies have been failing apart around the world due to the effects of the economic recession although some of those fallen financial giants happen to be behind the sudden entry of this unavoidable catastrophe. Yes, the economic crisis created by some faulty financial planning and economic decisions by top managers of some of the largest financial institutions around the world have contributed to the cause of the economic crisis. Continue reading “Can your blog survive the economic recession?”
- As we know recently Indian scientists have completed a milestone journey by cloning the world’s first buffalo named Samrupa. But, cloning is the most tedious process in animal biotechnology and there are several reasons for its success rate being very less. In the case of Dolly, the first sheep cloned 13 years ago, out of the 272 trials only five were successful and this time during samrupa’s cloning, out of 100s only one has become successful and that new born calf also died within 5 days.
Selection of defective cells
Following may be the 10 most important hurdles in the process of cloning
The animal to be cloned must be in a good health condition and disease free. Even the cells/tissues selected should be defect free both at nuclear and cytoplasmic levels.
The economic recession brought down by the poor planning and lack of foresightedness of some of the top executives and government officials around the world have lead to lots of agonies to the normal masses. Job losses and closures of factories around the world in various industries is the order of the day. The manufacturing industries and financial companies are the worst affected. This situation has not only brought financial problems to people around the world but it is going to bring in many other problems of various natures. Continue reading “How can blogging help during the Economic Recession”
Who says “Web 2.0” is dead? The recent TechCrunch article that is being Dug like forest fire has quoted in their heading that Web 2.0 is dead. They go on to explain that web 2.0 is dead because the instances of references of the term web 2.0 in websites, blogs and startup companies’ descriptions about themselves have reduced considerably. This according to him indicates that the phenomenon of Web 2.0 is slowly fading from the minds of technology companies around the world. He goes on to quote examples from communications he has been receiving from startups. The tech startups now a days refer to their companies as Web 2.0 companies less often. Continue reading “Who says “Web 2.0” is dead !”