Archive for March, 2005

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AIRTIGHT – Flickr Related Tag Browser


Check out this cool application which allows you to browse Flickr tags and related images. It even displays related tags. I even found some really interesting classic (early 1900s) photographs of Bangalore.

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Business 2.0 | What’s Next for Apple?

This is a great article trying to foresee what is cooking in Apples’ research labs.

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Business 2.0 | What’s Next for Apple?

This is a great article trying to foresee what is cooking in Apples’ research labs.

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Wired | It’s Not Graffiti, It’s Grafedia

What if the internet extended beyond computers and high-speed connections, with web pages expanding down city streets and onto the sides of buildings?

This is the vision behind an interactive new media project called grafedia, which enables folks to make the world their canvas by publicly posting e-mail addresses or keywords that, when punched into certain mobile phones or an e-mail account, retrieve corresponding images.

This can be an interesting mix / compliment to what Jon Udell calls ‘Annotating the planet with Google Maps

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Blue Stuffing Posted by Hello

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Access Sidewalk Posted by Hello

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Daffodil friendship Posted by Hello

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Arstechnica | India , WTO and the pharmaceutical industry

The low cost Indian drug industry has been able to supply the developing world’s need for cheap, good drugs by relying on Indian patent system. The Indian patent system allowed for only process patents not product patents and WTO has forced it to change.

Now the entire developing world may face an acute shortage of cheap generic drugs. Who will be responsible for the millions who will suffer?

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A walk under the white Posted by Hello

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Bent white sepia Posted by Hello

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