It’s pronounced with schwa as “Poke + Də”. “Pokde” itself represents a kinship in some local families. To us, our very own Pokde is our idol, icon, legend, or whatever you may call your inspiration. However, we shall not elaborate this any further.
Basically, its that typical scenarios in which a few geeks meet up and decide to put something on the internet. A group of three enthusiasts decided one day that they should blog and so Pokde.net was born. Now, there had to be a difference somewhere and we decided to make things rather casual – I guess you can already tell that by reading this page itself. We do not wish to become the ultimate tech blog in the world or whatsoever. Neither do we have an endgame or goals to achieve. Don’t expect corporate write-ups with extreme vocabulary that probably wouldn’t make sense to you either. We are here to speak our minds and opinions. What we believe based on what we actually see and experience.
Of course, you will smell fanboyism here too. There is a fanboy in every single one of us – as much as we would like to deny it. We at Pokde.net have that little boy in us too. We do not deviate any far from all typical fanboyism out there. The only difference is, our fanboyism does not directly affect the outcome of our opinions. In fact, because this is where we speak our minds, we bash our own favourite brands right here on our blog if we think they are not up to our expectations. As you read more of our post, you will eventually identify who is deviated to which brand and still figure out the unbiased scenarios.
Ultimately, we would like to thank you for sticking around. Should you need to reach out to us, feel free to drop us an email via our contact form. We are a humble bunch of geeks and we respect all of our peers out there who put hours of hard work into similar hobbies like us. Do leave a comment on our posts so we can make more friends too. We will take every initiative possible to respond to all of your comments.
Oh, and in case you’re wondering, “TMM” reaction in our articles actually stands for “Take My Money“.