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By: Sekhar

Sun, 15 Jun 2008 16:09:39 +0000

In India, Orkut is the most popular social networking website. If you see its traffic ranking in Alexa, you will find it at number one position.



By: saTs

Fri, 16 Nov 2007 07:16:52 +0000

Thats true. even my org has blocked orkut while facebook is still open. And speaking of Indians hooked to orkut, I believe Orkut was the first social networking site we got to explore .. when orkut was getting popular in India by arnd 2002 , Myspace was already the leader with maximum ppl in US loggd in.. We were never totally into the concept of 'peeking' into others profile to see what they are upto and the youngsters(inc me :)) picked it up very fast..



By: Dina

Wed, 14 Nov 2007 01:58:11 +0000

Thanks for dropping by Hugh. I'm a big fan - your cartoons make me 'feel' and think! For many in India, Orkut and Facebook are really the only imprints tons of folk have on the web - hence addictive. Orkut is huge in India, and recently, there's been a shift to Facebook. I find there's simply lots more to do at Facebook and hence my comment.



By: hugh macleod

Tue, 13 Nov 2007 22:15:16 +0000

Thanks for posting the cartoon :) I don't know Orkut well, but I find Facebook totally unaddictive. Rock on, Hugh