Here is my annual call to you all to spread the word about Tiffinbox. I would appreciate it if you subscribe to my RSS feed. Of course, visiting the site gives you the added bonus that makes it easy to view some of the multimedia I post here. So, do stop by from time to time or every day.
Across several platforms, screen sizes and browsers, I found viewing the post titles and date to be a major hazzard to my eyes. You may now notice that the post titles and the date are a whole lot more legible. Next up will be a bit of a nip-n-tuck of the long lists that envelope the central column of this site. They have become much too unwieldy and I am not even sure if anyone bothers to scroll down to check out all the options available to them. So, I am going to be “hiding” the links in a drop-down menu. You will have to click, hold down the arrow and then select whatever interests you.
Those of you who do receive the RSS feed via Feedblitz will now see that the email comes from Seshu’s Pipal Productions. The subject line should read [Tiffinboxers]. You will also see the Tiffinbox mascot on the top. The feed also features something I love – a short string of links right on top that summarize all the new posts on the site.
How To Become A Tiffinboxer?
To become a Tiffinboxer is easy – simply forward the Tiffinbox website address [http://www.tiffinbox.org] to at least 15 of your friends and email me when you have done so. Let’s follow the honor code on this one. I’ll randomly choose people who email me at tiffinbox [at] pipalproductions [dot] com and send them a fancy shmancy silk-screened Tiffinbox t-shirt. Trust me, you will look very hip wearing one. I’ll soon post a photo of yours truly wearing one to show you what one looks like.
Serving It Up
Tiffinbox is a labor of love. No doubt about that. But it costs money to manage. While I don’t want to make it a habit of extending my begging bowl out to you, it would be great to have my server and other costs covered. For instance, I am heading to Boston at the end of April to learn about podcasting. That costs money. I know a lot of people get a morsel or two out of this Tiffinbox and I would really appreciate it if you could pitch in. Even if it is $1 per month, I’ll accept it gratefully. I promise to use your donation wisely and responsibly. To make it easier for you to pitch in, I have created a DropCash page here.
Advertising on Tiffinbox
If any of you know of an organization or a business that would like to advertise on this site, please have them contact me. I welcome all legitimate and reasonable offers that I can easily (and aesthetically) accommodate on the site.
It’s truly fantastic to hear from all of you – a great mix of folks, some of whom I have known a long time and some others whom I haven’t yet had a chance to meet in person. May that day arrive soon when we can get together and perhaps share a warm meal. I would like that very much.
So, who is a Tiffinboxer?
Well, if you made it all the way down here, the clear answer is – YOU. So, thank you!
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