Here are some resources that I’m currently putting together.  A lot of these publications are still in progress.

  • Blogspot| Arjune Mirchandani
    Blogspot, also known as Blogger, is a free blogging platform provided by Google. It was launched in 1999 and acquired by Google in 2003. Blogspot offers users a simple and user-friendly interface to create and manage blogs. Users can choose from a variety of templates, customize their blogs with widgets and HTML editing, and even monetize their content using Google AdSense. Blogspot has become popular for its ease of use, integration with other Google services, and the ability to publish content with a personalized domain name. It’s a favored platform for personal blogs, hobbyist blogging, and even some professional online publications. Despite facing competition from other blogging and content management platforms like WordPress, Blogspot remains a go-to choice for many first-time and casual bloggers.
  • SourceForge | Arjune Mirchandani
    SourceForge is a well-known web-based platform that provides a repository for open-source software projects. Launched in 1999, it has been a vital resource for developers and users interested in open-source software. One of SourceForge’s main features is its vast selection of software options, covering various categories from business and games to communications and development tools.
  • Pinterest | Arjune Mirchandani
    Pinterest is a unique and visually-driven social media platform that serves as a virtual pinboard, allowing users to discover, collect, and share images and ideas on various topics. Known for its highly visual interface, Pinterest is popular among users seeking inspiration for home decor, fashion, recipes, DIY crafts, travel, and much more.
  • Medium | Arjune Mirchandani
    Medium allows writers, ranging from amateur bloggers to professional journalists, to publish articles on a variety of topics. The platform is known for its clean, minimalist interface, which emphasizes the reading experience. One of Medium’s key features is its algorithmic timeline that recommends articles based on the reading habits and interests of its users, rather than just showing the most recent or popular posts.
  • Wikipedia | Arjune Mirchandani
    Wikipedia, the free online encyclopedia, is one of the most extensive and widely used information resources on the internet. Known for its vast repository of articles on an almost limitless array of topics, Wikipedia is collaboratively written and edited by volunteers around the world. The platform stands out for its commitment to providing free access to knowledge and its community-driven approach to content creation and verification.
  • Vimeo | Arjune Mirchandani
    Vimeo is a video hosting, sharing, and services platform known for its high-quality video content. Launched in 2004, it stands out as a platform geared towards professional videographers, filmmakers, artists, and businesses, offering advanced features and tools for video creation, editing, and broadcasting. Unlike other video-sharing platforms that rely heavily on advertising, Vimeo offers an ad-free viewing experience and provides various subscription plans with different levels of storage and features. It supports high-definition video, provides privacy controls, and allows for the customization of video players. Vimeo also offers a community aspect, where creators can showcase their work, collaborate, and receive feedback from other users. Over the years, it has become a favored platform for those looking for a more professional and polished alternative to mainstream video-sharing websites.
  • Seed & Spark | Arjune Mirchandani
    Seed & Spark is a unique, film-centric platform that combines aspects of crowdfunding and streaming. Launched in 2012, it operates as a crowdsourced film and TV studio, where creators can build audiences through crowdfunding campaigns, and in turn, audiences can watch a variety of movies and shows via on-demand streaming.
  • ISSUU | Arjune Mirchandani is a digital publishing platform that allows individuals and businesses to upload and distribute their digital content, such as magazines, catalogs, brochures, and more. Launched in 2007, the platform is designed to emulate the experience of reading print materials, but with the added advantages of digital technology.
  • IMDb | Arjune Mirchandani
    IMDb, short for the Internet Movie Database, is an invaluable resource for movie enthusiasts, industry professionals, and casual viewers alike. As one of the most comprehensive online databases for film and television, it offers a vast repository of information about movies, TV shows, actors, directors, and crew members.