Monthly Archives: May 2006

Daily Links

Step apart from Six Apart on 06/06/06 – No breastfeeding at LiveJournal. Six Apart may have stepped on more dung than they could handle. Their stand on not allowing userpics with breastfeeding images have pissed off quite a few women. … Continue reading

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Tamil Blogs roundup at Global Voices

Bharat of Thee By Encore has started volunteering at Global Voices Online to cover Tamil blogs across India and Sri Lanka. In his introductory post he talks of the language, the people and blogs. Spoken Tamil is very different compared … Continue reading

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Purity balls and crap

I come across so many of them that I am thinking of having a separate category for Wtf Links. So here it is – Wtf Link for this week. One more here. The 100 father-daughter guests — some dads brought … Continue reading

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Indonesia Earthquake Update

Update on the earthquake in Indonesia. A message from Angelo on behalf of World Wide Help – calling out to volunteers. In response to the Java Quake of 27th May, 2006, we have set up the Java Quake Help Wiki … Continue reading

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Daily Links

EastSouthWestNorth: Bus Uncle Wow! If only I had thought of doing something like this. God knows I come across people who have very fast tongues and words on the plate in public places! (tags: china internet marketing media Video) The … Continue reading

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Carnival of Feminists

Ze Carnival of Feminists is up at Self Potrait As. XV and going so strong! Go read!

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Daily Links

irrepressible.info – Amnesty International Campaign “The Internet is a new frontier in the struggle for human rights. Governments – with the help of some of the biggest IT companies in the world – are cracking down on freedom of expression. … Continue reading

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Post Fanaa Rant

We saw Fanaa over the weekend. Rant and spoilers follow. I have a soft corner for Delhi. Anything remotely to do with its ruins and my heart forgives a million slips of tongue. For instance, when apparently Zooni (Kajol) has … Continue reading

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Indian Bloggers and Rural India

There’s very little on Indian blogs on rural and peri-urban India. I suppose a lot of this can be attributed to the fact that outside of rural and peri-urban India, internet penetration remains low and language barriers on the internet … Continue reading

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Daily Links

Blogswara — The bloggers’ online music album From description “BlogSwara is a collaborative musical endeavor by a group of Indian bloggers around the world.” Collaborative Music. Interesting. (tags: blogs music collablog india)

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How Neha robbed the cloak of its invisibility

India Uncut asks. We respond: Spill ketchup on it most likely.

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Tam song link

Cute song. (in Tamizh) From the movie Sukran. (Though apparently the movie is awful – not a surprise!)

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