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Thursday, December 22, 2005

have scorn, will pour

Here's something I wrote for the year-end issue as part of a package on blogs. "Let's stir up things," KP would say each time when we discussed this piece. And he's rather happy with the prospect of bloggers screwing my happiness.

Imagine this (maybe you really don’t have to, by the time you read this): Cyclone Maya hits Chennai. Telephone lines are down, and there’s no electricity. Not even in Poes Garden. But Superblogger Subramaniam sitting in his marooned apartment block near Elliot’s beach writes somehow posts a blog (yes, a blog) recounting the dreadful night he and his 30 neighbours spent with flood waters rising up ten metres. And for good measure he has also uploaded pictures of his plight thanks to Google’s Picassa and his mobile phone camera. Hourlyblogger Hari, a resident of an equally marooned Mylapore neighbourhood of the city, too somehow manages to read the piece and decides to ferry food and other essentials to his fellow-blogger and his friends on one of the many rubber dinghies that the Chennai Corporation has promptly pushed into service. A week later when flood waters recede, and another kollywood matinee “idol” makes a grand entry into politics, Superblogger and Hourlyblogger along with 50 other avid bloggers in city decide have a bloggers meet at the tony Amethyst coffee shop. And over some overpriced Ceylone tea (Rs 70 a cuppa, if you must know) they agree that blogs and bloggers were indeed heroes during the disaster.
The blog, a hero? Oh you must be kidding. Maybe elsewhere in the world blogs and bloggers have really made a difference during such natural disasters. But in India over the past one year where we have had a spate of natural calamities and bomb-blasts, across the country, there is very little evidence to suggest that this whole new medium, and its proponents have had any impact. Although a handful of bloggers have tried manfully.

The Collablogs or collaborative blogs during the Mumbai floods and the Kashmir earthquake were little more that an aggregation of related stories that appeared in newspapers and magazines. Generalisations such as thses don’t go down very well with the bloggers, but most posts were on the lines of Mid-Day said this, TOI didn’t report that, Outlook preferred to put Rani Mukherji on its cover rather than the floods, and so on. For Mumbaikars who were stranded without water and electricity for a almost a week it wouldn’t have mattered too much which paper said what. Helpline numbers of electricity and healthcare providers were reproduced on the Collablog from other newspapers. Astronomical web-page hits and search result numbers apart, what citizen reportage are we talking about? Thankfully some of the saner bloggers do agree that it is impossible to empirically prove that blogs save lives or make a difference. But then if you aspire to be a celebrity blogger, its is imperative for you to be seen/quoted/talked about at such forums. For the urban twentysomethings with intellectual pretentions and the hope of being spotted by the commissioning editor of a publishing house, it’s the new P3, or rather the virtual world’s very own India International Centre.


  • At 6:37 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    and the masala chai at amethyst costs 60 bucks! :-) but, the mocha at MOCHA costs 75 ...
    talk of robbing the youth to feed corporate appetite!
    - Swetha

  • At 5:24 AM, Blogger Ravages said…

    This comment has been removed by a blog administrator.

  • At 5:25 AM, Blogger Ravages said…

    My first reaction when I read this piece in Outlook was to bash you up.

    But then, I can't expect everyone to know what blogs are capable of. Much less a skeptic.

    Maybe you aren't seeing something. Or perhaps you are afraid blogs would take away your job, make an MSM reporter redundant. Fear not. Blogs aren't going to replace you, the press. Blogs will only complement you, and when you folks deserve it, rip you apart.

    But in the meanwhile, please do grow up.

  • At 11:02 AM, Blogger wise donkey said…

    i already wrote the feedback to the article in outlook

    but just wanted to add another thought.
    why do you think of heros only during disasters.

    what about the "disaster free "days. do you think bloggers cant make a difference otherwise?
    issues are not always breaking news.

    dont be a cynic:)

  • At 1:36 PM, Anonymous Seshu said…

    You say: "there is very little evidence to suggest that this whole new medium, and its proponents have had any impact"

    I am curious to know why you are blogger? If your contribution is simply white-noise in this spectrum of communication, shouldn't you be the first one to cease and desist?

  • At 9:02 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    TR Vivek is clearly jealous that his is not a popular blog, and this article in Outlook was just a gimmick in the same direction.

  • At 3:58 PM, Anonymous ajeeth said…

    awesome post/article. nail hit on head and driven in (and so it is hurting some people, ouch). the IIC of cyberspace is 100% correct. the problem with some educated indians is the moment they get a few degrees, they feel they are above it all - the elitists. same is happening here. oh the poor tsunami people, oh mumbai is so resilient - things only they understand.

    another thing they do is love anything western approved - esp. indian authors. they visit the guardian website and think that they have some 'insight' in this world. Exactly like the IIC. but finally, like the IIC they are irrelevant.

    what a wasted life these posers have. Sad at one level.

  • At 3:51 AM, Anonymous Doc said…

    shit dude...
    u're getting desperate to attract traffic now...
    giving out ur blog address in a magazine bitching about blogs hoping someone will bite the bait and now manufacturing comments. u've got just three legitimate comments by bloggers here n i see the others have been deleted cuz they probably dont have nice things to say...
    u need to work harder to get noticed!

  • At 5:40 AM, Blogger Mr. Brine said…

    Swetha: I wish somebody in chennai could call amethyst's bluff soon enough.

    Ravages: Pls do rip apart the MSM if you wish to. But when I do lose my job to bloggers, I'm pretty sure I can end up as a copywriter at one of the agencies in Marshall's Road, Chennai 600008.

    Seshu: Mine's not a blog of lofty ideals (i.e. it doesn't seek to "make a difference" to your life). It's just a writer's workbook, if you will. White light (noise?), spectrum, prism spectrometer... Sorry sir, will have to go back to the physics lab at my college in Peters Road, Chennai 600014. Oh by the way, I'm sorry to hear Outlook doesn't pay you on time.

    Ajeeth: tx for your comments.

  • At 5:49 AM, Blogger Mr. Brine said…

    anonymous/Doc: I'm not too much into this driving up traffic business. I'm sure as a journalist working in Anna Salai, Chennai 600002 you understand the demands of certain design formats (or maybe you dont). Anyway, I do sincerely hope yu get the millionth visitor to your celebrity blog very soon.

  • At 7:12 AM, Anonymous Chintamani said…

    Hi Vivek, did you read this?

  • At 1:00 AM, Blogger Debashish said…

    I would agree with your views that Blogs alone cannot save the World. Nevertheless, the scornful way you have come forth your argument is sure gonna irate many bloggers. Blog as a medium has been constantly been worked upon and innovated, people started with personal journals and now even professional writers and Jornos think this is a great medium where your copy doesn’t have to be checked before it goes live.

    With the collaboration thing treading in, many thought that blogs could be an excellent medium to present collective thoughts. The blogs that sprung up at disasters were simply exploring this option IMHO, to see if the medium helps in disaster management, acting as a credible source of information in the mayhem that follows such disasters. It would be wrong to either hyperbolize or vilify the role of blogs in such events. May be they did help some people, may be they didn’t; the aim was to explore the novel way blogs were being used.

  • At 9:16 AM, Blogger anantha said…

    Vivek: I probably left the first comment on your earlier peice on bloggers on Outlook's web page. And coming here now, all I can do is laugh.
    I am laughing because first, it is obvious that you (and Outlook) seem to have acheived what you set out to do, to ruffle a few feathers, here and there. Kudos for that.
    But apart from that, it also makes me laugh that almost every single comment of yours seems to have a Chennai pincode on it. Did you honestly mean to say "Ya, I know who you are and what you do". Did you honestly think that people ought to shake in their boots/chappals/sneakers, just cos you know where they work? Well, maybe you did not and you were just exhibiting your knowledge of the Indian Postal Service. Ok, my point? None. But this comment is no better than your post - it is as irrelevant as it can be. I wish everyone else who is ranting realizes that.
    And a parting word, everybody I know blogs because they can. So, it is really mischevious to speculate on intentions, esspecially when your intent is all malicious. But I guess you are only doing your job. Have fun with that and let me have fun with my blog. Cheers...
    (P.S I used to live in Chennai 600017 and I now live in NJ 07058)

  • At 11:19 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    I just have two simple questions for you:

    1. Who/What are those wonderful sources that you say claim the blog/bloggers are hero[es] of all the natural disasters that happened in India in '05? As a journalist working in Anna Salai, Chennai 600002 and as someone who studied in Peters Road, Chennai 600014, am sure you would be the first one to say that an article without proper sources is like .... [fill in the blanks]

    2. "For the urban twentysomethings with intellectual pretentions and the hope of being spotted by the commissioning editor of a publishing house, it’s the new P3, or rather the virtual world’s very own India International Centre". Would you, sir, kindly name one (not two, not three) individual who got "spotted" by the editor and landed a precious job in a major news outlet?

  • At 8:56 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    you would have kept your blog name "the nonsense space" instead of "the no-nonsense space". after seeing your article outlook paid you double the amount. I dont know why u deleted the first comments, if you are not dare enough to face the truth then please shut your blog and go to outlook express to cook more nonsense things so that outlook pays you double the amount.

  • At 8:53 PM, Blogger Bonatellis said…

    interesting thoughts ... and I see you're getting pilloried :)

  • At 3:24 AM, Blogger Mr. Brine said…

    I'm a certified luddite. But doesn't "This post has been removed by the author" mean that the gentleman who actually posted the comment was too ashamed of it appearing in public? I'm yet to figure out how to delete comments.
    ANTI: the pincodes was one of those just-for-jolly things. Dont try to read too much into it. And I'm glad you could manage a laugh visiting this blog. Nice place 600017, but parking a nightmare. The private, multi-storey parking lot operators are making a killing!

    A lot of you guys are geeting the IIC bit completely wrong. It's the question of a mindset and aspirational benchmarks. Readers who've been longtime residents of 600004 should know better!

  • At 8:46 AM, Blogger Some Charlie said…

    Wow! This was fun! Are there other places where bloggers discuss/defend what they do wrt this article!! It's a blast reading their responses. Some are priceless -
    "But then, I can't expect everyone to know what blogs are capable of."
    "do you think bloggers cant make a difference otherwise?"
    "But this comment is no better than your post - it is as irrelevant as it can be. I wish everyone else who is ranting realizes that."
    I can't believe these guys are up in arms defending what they do! Nice job stirring things up!

  • At 7:40 PM, Blogger Purvi A said…

    Mr Vivek, you are p'raps aware of the Indibloggies awards. They were announced yesterday, and it sure seems like you'd be innerested in how they went. Would you care to take a look at my comment about the way it went, over here? (That's my blog, Through It All, Darkly).

    Sumpin's not quite right about this, methinks.

  • At 5:08 AM, Blogger Deepak Adhikari said…

    Dear Mr. Vivek,

    After tsunami blog, u seem to be lost. Where r u? Will u give ur whereabouts to ur blog readers?

  • At 7:14 AM, Blogger K said…

    The Dood had to be you. Obviously my number has changed, I moved city. You could have called your ex-ex-office to get it.

  • At 7:17 AM, Blogger K said…

    This comment has been removed by a blog administrator.

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