I’m Geetanjali Chitnis, and I love reading, writing, and eating —  not necessarily in that order!

I’m a proud Bangalorean, so I tend to gush about the weather. I haunt the internet looking for interesting things to read related to food, travel, feminism, technology, cats, Apple, iOS and Mac OSX apps, marketing, business, writing and books.  As an independent Content and Digital Marketing Consultant, I work with growing organizations to
develop and oversee the execution of a content and digital marketing strategy. This includes understanding and developing content personas, creating targeted content plans to support identified marketing objectives, developing effective marketing and thought-leadership content (including content for social media networks).

Growing up as a 90’s kid in Bangalore, I have developed a keen interest in the technology space, and have previously been a core (non-tech) member of the organising team of FOSS.IN — one of the world’s largest Free and Open Source Software (FOSS) events. I have also contributed to the ProductNation blog.

 You can also find me on Instagram, Facebook and LinkedIn.


  • Keshava
    16th March 2007 at 7:44 am

    For any Pride & Prejudice fan, the 1980 BBC version is a must-see. In every matter except the casting of Jane it is far superior to the so-so 1996 version and ghastly 2005 version (I guess I would have liked those more if I hadn’t seen this first). In this case faithfulness to the text is a good thing and it is simply the funniest, most enjoyable and most believable adaptation, but is unfortunately unobtainable.

  • dodi2all
    21st June 2007 at 9:17 pm

    hi, u r in school and sound so old.. (tats meant as a compliment)..
    Loved the blog.. atleast parts of it i relate to.. it was fun reading thanx to the style and vocab used.. keep blogging.. u got another reader , though not regular 🙁

  • Gretchen Auntie
    16th August 2007 at 11:26 pm

    Migosh, you are not the kid I photographed in 2003 .. it sounds as if you are all grown up!

    Good writing; keep practicing. And thanks for photos of your mom’s garden; she should indeed be proud and happy with it.

  • papercutwisdom
    25th August 2007 at 9:58 am

    An enjoyable read

  • Ifthikhar
    15th October 2009 at 9:29 am

    After reading some of your post’, i thought u were a elder than me..God! you are not!
    Hi…Nice style…and go on..hmm..wll peck here on my free times…treat with new dishes…lol..

  • Allen
    4th June 2011 at 12:33 am

    Hi geetanjali,

    Read your blog, good one there.. Atlhough, wanted ur blog up on my feed reader, but for some reason your RSS link dont seem to work as of now. You might want to get this fixed. And do let me know.

    Allen Braggs
    allengbraggs on twitter


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