My this post is delayed, little intentionally, as I wanted to see if my post was really important or needed. As I received several reminders, it seemed it is. Then, in all good faith, I have a little complaint with the organizers. Just a little, mind you ( as BA continues to be one of the blogging communities I look up to )! Thus, I feel, I can complain a bit ( I'm blogger after all, and I'm supposed to write my experience of the event - this too, comes in 'experience' :D ). So, my point is, if our post was required and also was in the terms of giving a pass to the event, I want to know, why I didn't receive a pass at all? When I went up to register-desk, the people there looked at me weirdly. They hadn't even heard of blogadda, and passed around weird looks amongst themselves. Of course, my name was no-where in the invitee-list as well ( neither in their computers nor in the name-cards ); so, more stranger looks passed between them. I had a similar incident in the last #SMWMumbai event too, but had ignored it then. If the SMWMumbai organizers have partnered with Blogadda, shouldn't they atleast inform those at the reception-desk, that there will be bloggers coming? And, if a seat was booked in our name, shouldn't our name be there in the list to cross-check? I was at a loss for words trying to convince them that I came via Blogadda. And they hadn't even heard of it! I don't know if it happened same with other bloggers too, as I attended only the 1st day. Organizers and partners please look into this, cos' I felt like some gate-crasher! And, now that I'm done with my ranting, let me continue with the post.
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