Cutting the Chai: Now Widgetised

Cutting the Chai WidgetNow you can embed your customised Cutting the Chai widget at (almost) any place online – blog, Twitter, Facebook, iGoogle, iPhone, Netvibes, Pageflakes, Windows Live…

In case you also need this blog on your fridge door – print this page and use a magnet to stick it there.

Powered by Grazr, I found it to be a worthwhile enhancement for this blog.

Cutting the Chai

Click on the ‘Share’ link on the widget to do whatever you want to do with it. You can also customise the look and feel.

Or if you have a weakness for blocks of code, here it is:


Adjust the dimensions (and other stuff) if you need to.

The above widget displays only the consolidated feed for all the latest posts on Cutting the Chai. But many of you might have a preference for only a/some specific flavours. You can get a widget to display only those posts filed under a particular label/category of your choice. Pick your pick from the dropdown list below.

Category Specific Widget
advertising

animation

art

audio

automobiles

bengalis

birds

blogging

book-reviews

books

business

cars

cartoons

chai

chrome

comics

computers

consumer awareness

cricket

delhi

desires

disasters

download

education

fantastic females

festivals

film-reviews

firefox

food

gadgets

general

google

grumbles

hack

happenings

helping hand

history

humour

icons

information

internet

isspecial cutting chai

issues

kids

lifestyle

lists

literature

magazines

media

media mentions

men

men n women

mobiles

motorcycles

movies

movies for mobiles

music

new features

news

newspapers

no idea

north east india

nostalgia

paintings

pakistan

people

photo

places

politics

post-from-the-past

psa

railway

railways

religion

reservation

reviews

ringtones

rubbers-of-india

school

sex

sexy-indian-ads

shillong

shopping

slideshows

special

sports

st-edmunds

stuff

stupid

tagging

technology

television

the-great-indian-ad-archive

theatre

thinking

tips-n-tricks

title image

travel

trivia

video

videos for mobiles

vintage-indian-ads

vintage-non-indian-ads

wear

web browsers

widgets

women

And I hope that some people might yet just prefer the good old way of physically visiting webpages.

  • San

    think i’ll stick to wondering here and there for now.