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Favourite Retweets of the Week

  • July 9, 2009
  • Maya
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An extension of yesterday’s Twittering Thursday post…Though this post is mostly about all the retweeting that took place throughout the week.
@Storybird linked to The Annotated Weekender – a fun blog of doodles over the Guradians weekend magazine. Updated every Saturday, it is a great place to go to for a chuckle.

@indiawater tweeted about the National Water Academy – a short-duration program for NGOs and media, @thebetterindia was tweeting about the Village Services Trust, @questionbox tweeted about the Question Box being used in Africa, @sangamindia linked to an article on a bank for child workers that helps them get back to school, @adropofwisdom tweeted about the Teach India campaign and @thinkchangeind linked to their blog post on Swaraj University.

@gkjohn was spreading the message of a campaign to clean up Bangalore in a day while @thinkmaya linked to the following article : 10 Ways Journalism Schools are Teaching Social Media.

Shifting to book news….

@gkjohn – Seen this @nytimeskristof column on “The Best Kids’ Books Ever“?

@worldbooktrade – 20 mln yuan subsidies allocated to ancient book publishing in 2009.

@cinnamontealLexicon reprinted

@promoteabook – The Growing Children’s E-book Industry

@abhaga – PROJECT C-a new monthly comic magazine project-Join, contribute!

@neilhimselfFree (good, often classic) STORIES! One a week, all this year. 27 so far.

@FirstEditions – Reading matters: A literary cricket team.

@katharnavas – 100 Best Blogs for School Librarians

We leave you with @CarinBerger ‘s tweet on June Corley’s typographic sculptures. They are cute, funky and quirky! Check them out here.

Image Source : Kaushal Karkhanis

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