MrSikhNet “Friend Mapper” Guestbook

I’ve been wanting to add a “MrSikhNet Guestbook Map” to allow people to leave comments in a more visual way, show where they are from, and add their picture. I was just browsing around for guestbooks and found this cool site (“frappr”= Friend Mapper) that does it all. It makes it all so easy. I love how when you add your picture it shows up automatically on your map point and on the slideshow below the map. This is a cool way to visually see our little “Blog Community”.

Check it out and add yourself to the guestbook map (picture too!!).

MrSikhNet Friend Mapper
Come on, don’t be shy….click on the above link :)

8 Responses to “MrSikhNet “Friend Mapper” Guestbook”

  1. xSHANTIx says:

    ahhh my big ugly mug is on your map lol…its a nice idea though.

  2. Let’s bring it on people…. register….. but ur true self… lol

  3. GMS jee

    is there a way one can edit his/her own entry in your guest book. I tried but didn’t work….

  4. Gombesa says:

    That is a really cool way to see where people are coming from.I really liked seeing all the other peolpe and eventually the world will be solid blue, green and red. With Love GOMBESA
    Waheguru Ji ka Khalsa Waheguru Ji ki fateh!

  5. Anonymous says:

    Hi Folks,

    Technicalities of Friend
    Mapper aside, please do visit
    Snatam Kaur’s blog and look
    at the wonderful stuff she
    is doing. It’s clear that
    service and peace are the
    two ideals which are very
    dear to her heart.

    From her blog:

    “But, our main objective is to spread the light of peace as it was given by our Guru’s through our sacred music. My personal example in this endeavor is my spiritual teacher Siri Singh Sahib ji, Yogi Bhajan, who brought me to the feet of my Guru. Yogi Bhajan constantly served people of all faiths, of all walks of life. He cared more about serving other people then he did for his own physical body. My good friend told me a story once about Yogi Bhajan that totally inspired me. Yogi Bhajan lay in a hospital bed after undergoing intense surgery. A couple of nurses came in to check on him. While checking on him one of the nurses mentioned to the other nurse that she needed to figure out how to get home that day…something had happened to her car. To their surprise Yogi Bhajan opened his eyes and said that he could ask his driver to take her home. This was his way. He served people no matter what.”

  6. Anonymous says:

    This is simply great…..!

    Keep up the good work.

    Thanks for letting us know Veerji

  7. Anonymous says:

    Nice blog…keep it up

    Sunny Singh

  8. It’s been really cool seeing many of the faces of Sikhs and people who read this blog. It starts to make it feel like a little community…as we start to get know know each other. Seeing people’s pictures, their thoughts and where they are in the world.

    For some reason I thought, out of 900+ people who read this blog every day that more would sign the “Guestbook” and add their picture. Don’t be shy! Post your picture. Add yourself to the “Frappr” (Friend Mapper). Plus, if you upload your picture you’ll see your it show up in the cool slideshow thing.