I was invited back to Thrissur to present a talk to engineering students. Since I didn't want to give the same ol' introductory Python talk at the same place, I decided to talk about TurboGears, since that's been pretty much the only new thing I've had time to explore off late. I left in a … Continue reading Thrissur again
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Looks like the first shortlist of talks for foss.in was not enough, we now have the first list of special speakers: Jeremy Zawodny, Harald Welte, Brian Behlendorf, Rasmus Lerdorf, Dave Phillips, Danese Cooper, Alan Cox (yes, I said Alan Cox)... the list is impressive!
Inspite of the "IT is India's Tomorrow" slogans, Purnima explains why agriculture is still the future of India. (via DesiPundit)
Has anybody else noticed that PodBazaar, (the site that aims to be the premier site for Indian podcasts), was created using Lisp!?
A while ago, we had a puja in our home and we were going to have a huge gathering of our close family. My mom wanted to give out music CDs to everyone as a mark of remembrance of the occasion. Dad reminded us that we can't distribute songs without permission. That's where I stepped … Continue reading A Podsafe CD
![Small][Medium] This time it was Madhugiri Hill.
Ashok Banker has started a new novel called The Vortal that'll be released online in episodes format. The blurbs remind me of Jumanji, but knowing Banker's writing style, he will have some fast-paced stories ready. There are already 4 parts posted.
Love what you do. Do what you love. If not, then what's the point?
Somebody pointed to this in our intranet. From the Gaim website : I (Sean) have been hired by Google, moved to Seattle, and have been working on the Google Talk team for about a month and a half. The goal of Google Talk is to make real-time communication as open as possible, and in that … Continue reading Gaim for some Google Talk?