Lisa Dempster, an independent author, shares her views on why she chose to license her book ‘Neon Pilgrim’ under a Creative Commons license. Our interns, Amani and Naomi, review the book ‘A Man Called Bapu’ from an African and British perspective. ‘Learning Curve‘ is a newsletter by the Azim Premji Foundation and the October issue focuses on language learning. On 26th and 27th November, 2009 , a seminar and workshop on ‘Bringing Books and Children Together’ is being held in New Delhi.
Our Bangalore office has a new visitor- Paper Preeti. This Paper Preeti was sent to us by 12 year old Shivani from Garahara village in UP. Read more about her here. Our other friend, Grape (the yak) learns about the organization Toybank.
The deadline for the Katha Chitrakala 2009 Award has been extended to 14th January, 2010.
One World South Asia airs a radio programme called ‘Ek Dunia Ek Avaz‘ on AIR FM every Wednesday between 4.30 and 5.00pm. The main focus of the show is to cover various social issues. Last week’s programme was on ‘volunteers involved at the community level in the field of education’.
We leave you with the awesome TEDIndia talk given by Pranav Mistry on the thrilling potential of SixthSense technology.
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