From the Twitter treasure chest…
@brainpicker : Short Circuit bookshelf http://is.gd/651fN
@tarabooks : Photographs from Manu Chitrakar’s visit. Manu Chitrakar, Patua artist from West Bengal came to Chennai for a workshop that will see the completion of a graphic novel ‘I Seen the Promised Land’ based on the life of Martin Luther King Jr.
Novel Teas – teabags individually tagged with literary quotes from the world over
A few questions were posed by our friends on Twitter. If any of you know the answers or have any suggestions, please leave a comment on this post and we shall pass on the message:
1. Has anyone read ‘The Beautiful Tree-A Personal Journey into How the world’s Poorest People are Educating Themselves‘. What did you think of the book?
2. Suggestions as to Indian writers/publishers/musicians/filmmakers, etc., who’d want to oppose DRMs? (via @pranesh_prakash)
BaLA (Building as Learning Aid) Grows : Lifts schools across India, improving physical parameters of the learning environment
Investors see education as a recession-proof industry
Find out which Indian non-profits and activists are on twitter. If you know of any non-profit which is on Twitter and which is not on that list, contribute and help build the list.
Graphic Collages : images from Blaft’s book –TIMES NEW ROMAN & COUNTRYMEN, by Vishwajyoti Ghosh, Jan 21-Feb15, Chennai
@HCIndia: Chandigarh launch of Mukul Deva’s BLOWBACK on Saturday, 30 January at 5 pm at Capital Book Depot, Sector 17 E
Open Knowledge Conference (OKCon) 2010 – Call for Proposals, Submission deadline: January 31st 2010
Image Source : jek in the box