Rewind. Recap.

The week that was…

We are hiring for multiple jobs at Bangalore, Delhi and Chandigarh. We are looking for a graphic design and layout executive, multi state coordinators, a production manager and customer care executives. Check out the job profiles and send in your resume if you match the profile.

Residents of north-eastern India can apply for Sir Dorabji Tata Fellowships For North Eastern India.

We found out about the newly launched Readable.in – an online library for the visually impaired. Other inspiring stories were the Doorstep School Initiative, a Children’s Parliament in India, an educational TV channel for Iraqi children and education provided at the Students’ Educational and Cultural Movement of Ladakh. Take some time out to read The Big Book which has stories in support of education.

Cory Doctorow asks a few questions on how DRM-free Kindle Books work and The New York Times has an article on how much an e-book must cost. Meanwhile, Scribd has launched an online store for authors, a twitter book club has been started and an application called Book Clubs is becoming popular on Facebook. The facsimile edition of The Wall Street Journal Asia is now available in India. Read about the interactive Twitter haiku poetry competition in London and find out why Danger Mouse’s new album is a blank cd-r. You can also read about Masterpiece 2.0 : a canvas being made with a web 2.0 approach. Check out the poctures that many museums are adding to Flickr Commons. Find more interesting links from our Twitter update post.

We leave you with a cute book promo and Monette Enriquez’s lovely paper collages.

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