A curated list of articles that you will enjoy reading over the weekend.
This weekend we are kicking off a new feature called “Reading List”. Our staff often come across a lot of great articles online which we share across various our own social media profiles. I thought why not share links to these articles with our readers on a weekly basis. These are not small snippets of […]
Devils Workshop will not be able to serve AdSense ads anymore. This article lists reasons and how it will affect old guest bloggers.
A quick update on how to easily subscribe to Devils’ Workshop feeds on Google Reader alternatives like Feedly, Newsblur and The Old Reader.
As some of you might already know that the parent company of our blog Devils’ Workshop is rtCamp. The birth of the idea behind rtCamp can be traced back more or less to the time when DW migrated from being a Blogger.com to self-hosted WordPress blog. One of the first services we started offering was helping […]
Aditya Kane, Our Editor in Chief, completed 3 years at Devils Workshop on Aug 26. We are grateful for his valuable contribution 🙂
Devils Workshop gets new design and new logo. It also gets faster now as we removed most ad-networks, social-sharing widgets.
Over the past couple of years we have been providing domain registration and hosting services to clients around the world. We launched a new portal (ILoveThisDomain.in) for our Indian customers along with our corporate blog for ILoveThisDomain.com (Read this to get more information). Portal for Indian customers: On multiple requests of Indian customers we have […]
If you follow a lot of blogs, there is a good change you have come across Alltop. Alltop is a blog feed aggregator created by Guy Kawasaki. It has all the top blogs and website featuring in different varied categories like Tech, News, People, Health, Culture and more. We had submitted our blog to Alltop.com […]
This week was interesting for internet users in India. India’s telecom Minister came under immense criticism because he asked companies like Google and Facebook to remove and monitor content on social networks. This amounted to internet censorship and there was a lot of criticism against such ideas. Google+ circles also made into Gmail and Facebook […]