Nadig and others have started Sampada – a site for all things Kannada. It has taken off really well in a short period. There are Kannada-related articles, blogs, discussions, book reviews, a learning center and any thing you would like to contribute!
From the perl.perl6.language newsgroup: Dave Rolsky wrote: Hurry up and finish. I want to use this language, darnit! And yes, I know about pugs, obviously, but for production usage I need less of a moving target ;) Larry Wall wrote: Yes, Perl 6 is a moving target–but one of the most bothersome facts of life […]
… in case you already didn’t know: Project Gutenberg MIT OpenCourseWare Wikibooks
Good article on The Time Thieves by Dr. Donald E. Wetmore. (via LifeHack).
Anush “interviews” me. P.S. No, I did not select that photo.
This is a “photocast” of the Independence Day celebrations at the Parikrma Jayanagar school. ![Small][photo] ![Small][photo] ![Small][photo] ![Small][photo] ![Small][photo] ![Small][photo] ![Small][photo] ![Small][photo] ![Small][photo] ![Small][photo] ![Small][photo] ![Small][photo] For more, see this Flickr photo set.
![Medium] Read about the Indian independence movement on Wikipedia. Update: The Presidential address.
There’s an article on Parikrma in The Hindu. My favorite Parikrma poster is about atoms. Atoms are recycled in this universe, as you probably know. Potentially, we could have atoms that once belonged to Einstein or Mozart. The Parikrma volunteers believe these underserved children have the same potential as well. P.S. Is it true that […]
Aamir Khan is blogging as Mangal Pandey? Somebody pinch me, I still can’t believe it. Is this for real? (via Mekin) Update: Scoble confirms it is authentic.
We had a “Y! Bangalore Showcase 2005” on Friday, August 5th, 2005. It was an internal showcase where all the teams and groups have the chance to showcase their projects and interact and brainstorm ideas on how they can collaborate and use each others’ expertise. For more than a week, our office had no walls, […]