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''And thus an American textbook, typical required reading for 10th-grade English students, unknowingly extols some virtues of WabiSabi''
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* [Hindu Temples in Singapore] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Hindu%20Temples%20in%20Singapore]) ..... 202.156.2.162
* [Germany] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Germany]) ..... 202.156.2.162
* [Days] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Days]) ..... 202.156.2.162
* [Europe] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Europe]) ..... 202.156.2.162
____June 17, 2005
* [The 8 Simple Rules for Dating My Teenaged Daughter] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=The%208%20Simple%20Rules%20for%20Dating%20My%20Teenaged%20Daughter]) ..... 202.156.2.162
* [Samskrita Bharati] (new) ..... 202.156.2.162
* [Anuradha Choudry] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Anuradha%20Choudry]) ..... 202.156.2.162
* [Polarion] (new) ..... 202.156.2.162
* [Coffee] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Coffee]) ..... 202.156.2.162
* [Sandhyavandanam] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Sandhyavandanam]) ..... 202.156.2.162
* [Mathukumalli Vidyasagar] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Mathukumalli%20Vidyasagar]) ..... 202.156.2.162
* [Theo Jansen] (new) ..... 202.156.2.162
____May 17, 2005
* [Nick Bradbury] (new) ..... 202.156.2.162
____May 14, 2005
* [Madurai] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Madurai]) ..... 202.156.2.162
____May 13, 2005
____May 10, 2005
* [Central Council For Research in Ayurveda and Siddha] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Central%20Council%20For%20Research%20in%20Ayurveda%20and%20Siddha]) ..... 202.156.2.162
* [Erin Pavlina] (new) ..... 202.156.2.162
* [Swami Suddhananda] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Swami%20Suddhananda]) ..... 202.156.2.162
* [Suddhananda Vidyalaya] (new) ..... 202.156.2.162
* [Interests] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Interests]) ..... 202.156.2.162
* [SAP Careers] (new) ..... 202.156.2.162
* [SAP] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=SAP]) ..... 202.156.2.162
* [Düsseldorf] (new) ..... 202.156.2.162
____April 15, 2005
* [Karthick Fertility Clinic] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Karthick%20Fertility%20Clinic]) ..... 202.156.2.162
* [Henning Kagermann] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Henning%20Kagermann]) ..... 202.156.2.163
* [20050114] (new) ..... 202.156.2.163
* [Puthucode] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Puthucode]) ..... 202.156.2.163
* [20050228] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=20050228]) ..... 202.156.2.163
* [Aenon Health Farm] (new) ..... 202.156.2.163
* [Jef Raskin] (new) ..... 202.156.2.163
* [Georg Kniese] (new) ..... 169.145.197.8
____February 19, 2005
* [Osho Chennai] (new) ..... 202.156.2.163
* [Malarraj Srilatha] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Malarraj%20Srilatha]) ..... 202.156.2.162
* [Srilatha Malarraj] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Srilatha%20Malarraj]) ..... 202.156.2.162
____February 1, 2005
* [Vegetarian Guide] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Vegetarian%20Guide]) ..... 202.156.2.162
* [Tamizhmudi] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Tamizhmudi]) ..... 202.156.2.162
* [Tamil Mudi Nilayam] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Tamil%20Mudi%20Nilayam]) ..... 202.156.2.162
* [Dave Winer] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Dave%20Winer]) ..... 202.156.2.162
* [Bloglined] (new) ..... 202.156.2.162
* [Diabetes] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Diabetes]) ..... 202.156.2.162
* [Rotable] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Rotable]) ..... 169.145.197.8
* [Consumable] (new) ..... 169.145.197.8
* [Repairable] (new) ..... 169.145.197.8
* [20050127] (new) ..... 169.145.197.8
* [Rudram] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Rudram]) ..... 202.156.2.162
* [20050128] (new) ..... 202.156.2.162
* [Brad Fitzpatrick] (new) ..... 202.156.2.162
* [20050125] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=20050125]) ..... 202.156.2.163
* [Help] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Help]) ..... 202.156.2.163
* [Numanuma] (new) ..... 202.156.2.163
____January 21, 2005
* [Sneezing] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Sneezing]) ..... 202.156.2.163
* [Jace Herring] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Jace%20Herring]) ..... 202.156.2.163
* [20050118] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=20050118]) ..... 202.156.2.163
____January 19, 2005
* [20050120] (new) ..... 202.156.2.163
____January 18, 2005
____January 17, 2005
* [iRiver H340] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=iRiver%20H340]) ..... 202.156.2.163
____January 14, 2005
* [20050109] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=20050109]) ..... 202.156.2.163
* [Blake Ross] (new) ..... 202.156.2.162
* [Aravind Venkatakrishnan] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Aravind%20Venkatakrishnan]) ..... 202.156.11.196
* [Prym] (new) ..... 202.156.2.162
* [Nikon Coolpix 3200] (new) ..... 202.156.2.162
* [Canon PowerShot A400] (new) ..... 202.156.2.162
* [Kodak EasyShare CX7430] (new) ..... 202.156.2.162
____January 1, 2005
* [Sweet Kanji] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Sweet%20Kanji]) ..... 202.156.2.162
* [The Whole Earth Vegetarian Restaurant] (new) ..... 202.156.2.162
____December 31, 2004
* [Knoppix] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Knoppix]) ..... 202.156.2.162
* [Mark Hurst] (new) ..... 202.156.2.162
* [The Knotty Shop] (new) ..... 202.156.2.162
____December 18, 2004
* [Amish] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Amish]) ..... 202.156.11.72
____December 17, 2004
* [Varkala] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Varkala]) ..... 81.157.131.114
____December 11, 2004
* [Steve Pavlina] (new) ..... 202.156.9.178
* [Colophon] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Colophon]) ..... 202.156.11.68
____December 1, 2004
* [Cognex] (new) ..... 202.156.2.162
* [Anirudh Srikanth] (new) ..... 202.156.2.162
* [Vaishnavi Kishore] (new) ..... 202.156.2.162
* [MatrixView] (new) ..... 202.156.2.162
____November 21, 2004
____November 19, 2004
* [Nax Travels] (new) ..... 218.186.31.81
____October 15, 2004
* [Foto Barchard] (new) ..... 202.156.2.162
____September 18, 2004
* [Depression] (new) ..... 202.156.2.162
____September 16, 2004
* [The Golden Stairs] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=The%20Golden%20Stairs]) ..... 202.156.13.240
____September 14, 2004
* [Triple Filter Test] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Triple%20Filter%20Test]) ..... 202.156.17.196
* [The six mistakes of man] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=The%20six%20mistakes%20of%20man]) ..... 202.156.17.196
____September 11, 2004
* [What is the purpose of life?] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=What%20is%20the%20purpose%20of%20life%3F]) ..... 202.156.8.178
* [I suffer immensely from loneliness....] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=I%20suffer%20immensely%20from%20loneliness....]) ..... 202.156.2.162
* [Gokulashtami] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Gokulashtami]) ..... 202.156.12.146
* [Madhu Menon] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Madhu%20Menon]) ..... 202.156.12.216
____August 14, 2004
* [Thiruppugazh] (new) ..... 202.156.2.162
* [Chidbhavananda Ashram] (new) ..... 202.156.2.162
* [Swami Omkarananda] (new) ..... 202.156.2.162
* [Usha Balakrishnan] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Usha%20Balakrishnan]) ..... 202.156.2.162
* [20040623] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=20040623]) ..... 202.156.2.162
* [Gingelly Oil] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Gingelly%20Oil]) ..... 202.156.2.162
____August 11, 2004
* [Nigel Alston] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Nigel%20Alston]) ..... 202.156.2.162
____July 31, 2004
* [Spider-man 2] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Spider-man%202]) ..... 202.156.13.26
* [Garbhini Paricharya] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Garbhini%20Paricharya]) ..... 202.156.12.38
* [Pregnancy] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Pregnancy]) ..... 202.156.12.38
* [The most beautiful place in the world] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=The%20most%20beautiful%20place%20in%20the%20world]) ..... 202.156.2.162
* [King Arthur] (new) ..... 202.156.2.162
____July 21, 2004
____July 17, 2004
____July 13, 2004
* [Kauai] (new) ..... 202.156.8.206
* [Swami Dayananda Saraswati] (new) ..... 202.156.2.162
* [20040414] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=20040414]) ..... 202.156.2.162
* [Pesto] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Pesto]) ..... 202.156.2.162
____July 1, 2004
* [Trishakini Natarajan] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Trishakini%20Natarajan]) ..... 202.156.2.162
* [Siddhars] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Siddhars]) ..... 202.156.8.120
* [Weblog] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Weblog]) ..... 202.156.2.162
____June 14, 2004
____June 12, 2004
* [Hardanger] (new) ..... 202.156.11.94
____June 11, 2004
* [Kiddy Palace] (new) ..... 202.156.15.82
* [The Little Prince] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=The%20Little%20Prince]) ..... 202.156.11.78
____May 31, 2004
* [Sonia Gandhi] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Sonia%20Gandhi]) ..... 202.156.10.32
* [Takshaka] (new) ..... 169.145.197.4
____May 15, 2004
____May 11, 2004
* [Sadhu Sundar Singh] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Sadhu%20Sundar%20Singh]) ..... 202.156.10.14
* [David Cary] (new) ..... 202.156.15.43
* [Ten Commandments of Egoless Programming] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Ten%20Commandments%20of%20Egoless%20Programming]) ..... 202.156.15.43
* [Every Child a Teacher] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Every%20Child%20a%20Teacher]) ..... 202.156.15.43
____April 21, 2004
* [Karl Aigner] (new) ..... 169.145.197.4
____April 19, 2004
* [Georg Gradl] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Georg%20Gradl]) ..... 169.145.197.4
* [Ivo Totev] (new) ..... 169.145.197.4
____April 18, 2004
____April 12, 2004
* [MovableType] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=MovableType]) ..... 202.156.13.229
____April 10, 2004
* [20030324] (new) ..... 202.156.10.209
* [Companies] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Companies]) ..... 202.156.10.209
* [Falun Dafa] (new) ..... 202.156.10.209
* [Edsger W. Dijkstra] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Edsger%20W.%20Dijkstra]) ..... 202.156.12.10
* [Leiden] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Leiden]) ..... 202.156.12.10
* [Hardware] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Hardware]) ..... 202.156.12.10
* [Dave Klein] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Dave%20Klein]) ..... 202.156.12.10
* [XFN] (new) ..... 202.156.12.10
* [Sukra Jewellery] (new) ..... 218.186.29.38
* [Universal Event Calendar] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Universal%20Event%20Calendar]) ..... 202.156.10.198
* [The Singapore Lodge Theosophical Society] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=The%20Singapore%20Lodge%20Theosophical%20Society]) ..... 202.156.10.198
* [Vipassana Meditation] (new) ..... 202.156.2.162
* [Benjamin Alan] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Benjamin%20Alan]) ..... 202.156.2.162
* [Dennis Prager] (new) ..... 202.156.2.162
* [Robert Scoble] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Robert%20Scoble]) ..... 202.156.8.98
____March 19, 2004
* [The Rope] (new) ..... 202.156.2.162
____March 18, 2004
* [Vitiligo] (new) ..... 202.156.13.204
* [Bram Moolenaar] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Bram%20Moolenaar]) ..... 202.156.13.204
____March 17, 2004
* [Tim Bray] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Tim%20Bray]) ..... 202.156.2.162
* [Norman Walsh] (new) ..... 202.156.2.162
____March 15, 2004
* [20040315] (new) ..... 202.156.14.113
* [Stripa] (new) ..... 202.156.8.204
____March 14, 2004
* [Karadaiyan Nombhu] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Karadaiyan%20Nombhu]) ..... 202.156.15.41
____March 13, 2004
* [Pankaj Jalote] (new) ..... 202.156.10.159
* [Jayalakshmi Sekhar] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Jayalakshmi%20Sekhar]) ..... 202.156.11.83
* [WordPress] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=WordPress]) ..... 202.156.15.32
* [Potsdam] (new) ..... 169.145.197.4
____February 19, 2004
____February 17, 2004
* [Shree Mahasivarathri] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Shree%20Mahasivarathri]) ..... 202.156.12.186
____February 16, 2004
* [404] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=404]) ..... 202.156.8.202
____February 15, 2004
* [Disease] (new) ..... 202.156.2.162
* [Ten Commandments for Peace of Mind] (new) ..... 202.156.14.145
____February 14, 2004
____February 13, 2004
* [1000 words] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=1000%20words]) ..... 202.156.9.191
____February 12, 2004
* [Automotive] (new) ..... 169.145.197.4
____February 11, 2004
* [Anger] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Anger]) ..... 169.145.197.4
* [Bhagwan] (new) ..... 169.145.197.4
* [Robert Blackwill] (new) ..... 169.145.197.4
* [20040209] (new) ..... 169.145.197.4
* [Jeffrey Veen] (new) ..... 169.145.197.4
* [Kishore Balakrishnan] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Kishore%20Balakrishnan]) ..... 169.145.197.4
* [Essential Blogging] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Essential%20Blogging]) ..... 202.156.2.162
* [Portal] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Portal]) ..... 202.156.2.162
* [Room to Read] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Room%20to%20Read]) ..... 202.156.2.162
* [Hatha Yoga] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Hatha%20Yoga]) ..... 202.156.2.162
* [BookCrossing] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=BookCrossing]) ..... 202.156.2.162
* [One Hundred Tales For Ten Thousand Buddhas] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=One%20Hundred%20Tales%20For%20Ten%20Thousand%20Buddhas]) ..... 202.156.2.162
* [Weihnachtsmarkt] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Weihnachtsmarkt]) ..... 202.156.2.162
* [Buddy] (new) ..... 202.156.2.162
* [Why I Weblog] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Why%20I%20Weblog]) ..... 202.156.2.162
* [Knowledge] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Knowledge]) ..... 202.156.2.162
* [Leta Elise Armstrong] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Leta%20Elise%20Armstrong]) ..... 202.156.2.162
* [Witnessing] (new) ..... 169.145.197.4
* [Khajuraho] (new) ..... 169.145.197.4
* [Singapore Blood Transfusion Service] (new) ..... 169.145.197.4
* [The Alchemist] (new) ..... 202.156.12.227
* [The ABC of Enlightenment] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=The%20ABC%20of%20Enlightenment]) ..... 202.156.2.162
____February 1, 2004
* [Bookshops in Singapore] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Bookshops%20in%20Singapore]) ..... 202.156.2.162
* [Playing with Words] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Playing%20with%20Words]) ..... 202.156.2.162
* [Swami Muktananda] (new) ..... 202.156.2.162
* [Where Are You Going?] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Where%20Are%20You%20Going%3F]) ..... 202.156.2.162
* [Santosham] (new) ..... 202.156.2.162
* [Vanakkam] (new) ..... 202.156.2.162
* [Corey Mondello] (new) ..... 202.156.2.162
* [Condiment] (new) ..... 202.156.2.162
* [Matthew Haughey] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Matthew%20Haughey]) ..... 202.156.2.162
* [Shaun C] (new) ..... 202.156.2.162
* [Kuchwada] (new) ..... 169.145.197.4
* [IKEA] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=IKEA]) ..... 169.145.197.4
* [Mark Pilgrim] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Mark%20Pilgrim]) ..... 169.145.197.4
* [Jeremy Zawodny] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Jeremy%20Zawodny]) ..... 169.145.197.4
* [Mailam] (new) ..... 202.156.2.162
* [Sri Krishna Sweets] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Sri%20Krishna%20Sweets]) ..... 202.156.214.44
* [Think] (new) ..... 202.156.214.44
* [TrackBack] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=TrackBack]) ..... 202.156.214.44
* [Aaron Swartz] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Aaron%20Swartz]) ..... 202.156.214.44
* [Color] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Color]) ..... 202.156.214.44
* [Vaccine] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Vaccine]) ..... 202.156.214.44
* [Mira Art] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Mira%20Art]) ..... 202.156.214.44
* [Dean Allen] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Dean%20Allen]) ..... 202.156.214.44
* [Steve Yost] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Steve%20Yost]) ..... 202.156.214.44
* [Donny Simonton] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Donny%20Simonton]) ..... 202.156.214.44
* [Paul Graham] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Paul%20Graham]) ..... 202.156.214.44
* [movabletype] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=movabletype]) ..... 202.156.213.38
* [20040124] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=20040124]) ..... 202.156.209.166
* [Matt Kingston] (new) ..... 202.156.209.166
* [Daily Crawl] (new) ..... 202.156.209.166
* [Heather Armstrong] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Heather%20Armstrong]) ..... 202.156.209.166
* [Orkut Buyukkokten] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Orkut%20Buyukkokten]) ..... 202.156.209.166
* [orkut] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=orkut]) ..... 202.156.209.166
* [Meditation in Singapore] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Meditation%20in%20Singapore]) ..... 202.156.209.166
* [Scriptures] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Scriptures]) ..... 202.156.2.162
* [Dattatreya] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Dattatreya]) ..... 202.156.2.162
* [Shiva Shakti Mandalam] (new) ..... 202.156.2.162
* [Yoga Sutras of Patanjali] (new) ..... 202.156.2.162
* [The Singapore Dakshina Bharatha Brahmana Sabha] (new) ..... 202.156.2.162
____January 21, 2004
* [Kinzan] (new) ..... 202.156.2.162
* [Robb Beal] (new) ..... 202.156.2.162
* [Mahesh Shantaram] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Mahesh%20Shantaram]) ..... 202.156.2.162
* [Chinese New Year] (new) ..... 202.156.2.162
* [20040122] (new) ..... 202.156.2.162
* [HTML-Kit] (new) ..... 202.156.2.162
* [Chandramouli Mahadevan] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Chandramouli%20Mahadevan]) ..... 202.156.2.162
* [Self-Help] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Self-Help]) ..... 202.156.2.162
* [Ideas] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Ideas]) ..... 202.156.2.162
* [Tirukkalukunram] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Tirukkalukunram]) ..... 202.156.2.162
* [Good Work] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Good%20Work]) ..... 202.156.2.162
* [Daily Dig] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Daily%20Dig]) ..... 202.156.2.162
* [Nick Denton] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Nick%20Denton]) ..... 202.156.210.42
____January 19, 2004
* [Enlightenment] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Enlightenment]) ..... 169.145.197.4
____January 18, 2004
* [Joe Fitzgibbon] (new) ..... 169.145.197.4
____January 17, 2004
* [Bintan] (new) ..... 202.156.2.162
* [Swami Vivekananda] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Swami%20Vivekananda]) ..... 202.156.2.162
* [The Art Of Sewing] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=The%20Art%20Of%20Sewing]) ..... 202.156.2.162
* [Shirley Smith] (new) ..... 202.156.2.162
* [Dadashri] (new) ..... 202.156.217.86
* [Burning Desire] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Burning%20Desire]) ..... 202.156.217.86
* [Desire] (new) ..... 202.156.217.86
* [Business Development] (new) ..... 202.156.217.86
* [Rheinberg] (new) ..... 202.156.217.86
* [Austria] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Austria]) ..... 202.156.217.86
____January 16, 2004
* [Deccan Odyssey] (new) ..... 202.156.2.162
____January 13, 2004
____January 10, 2004
* [Marcus Aurelius] (new) ..... 202.156.210.132
* [die kunst des lebens] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=die%20kunst%20des%20lebens]) ..... 202.156.2.162
* [Refer] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Refer]) ..... 202.156.2.162
* [Nucleus] (new) ..... 202.156.2.162
* [Knudsen Juices] (new) ..... 202.156.209.138
* [Madras] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Madras]) ..... 202.156.209.138
* [Mississauga] (new) ..... 202.156.209.138
* [Argentina] (new) ..... 202.156.210.210
* [Bill Gates] (new) ..... 202.156.2.162
* [Mira ARt] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Mira%20ARt]) ..... 202.156.2.162
* [Outliner] (new) ..... 202.156.2.162
____January 1, 2004
* [Good Karma] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Good%20Karma]) ..... 202.156.2.162
* [The Web of Life] (new) ..... 202.156.2.162
* [Fritjof Capra] (new) ..... 202.156.2.162
* [Joe Simonetta] (new) ..... 202.156.2.162
* [Plaxo] (new) ..... 202.156.2.162
* [The Anthologist] (new) ..... 169.145.197.4
* [Pasta Fresca da Salvatore] (new) ..... 202.156.2.162
* [Salvatore Carecci] (new) ..... 202.156.2.162
* [Mauritius] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Mauritius]) ..... 202.156.2.162
* [Pelangi Beach Resort] (new) ..... 202.156.2.162
* [Langkawi] (new) ..... 202.156.2.162
* [20031225] (new) ..... 202.156.2.162
* [20031224] (new) ..... 202.156.2.162
* [Tioman] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Tioman]) ..... 202.156.2.162
* [Seletar Airport] (new) ..... 202.156.2.162
* [Serendipity] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Serendipity]) ..... 202.156.2.162
* [GoodAire] (new) ..... 202.156.2.162
* [Sipadan] (new) ..... 202.156.2.162
* [Christmas] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Christmas]) ..... 202.156.217.212
* [Mandala] (new) ..... 202.156.217.212
* [Weihnachten] (new) ..... 169.145.197.4
* [All you have to decide is what to do with the time that is given to you] (new) ..... 202.156.2.162
____December 21, 2003
* [Fengshui] (new) ..... 202.156.221.144
* [20031220] (new) ..... 202.156.221.144
* [Martin Gray] (new) ..... 202.156.2.162
* [Angkor Wat] (new) ..... 202.156.2.162
* [The Diamond Cutter] (new) ..... 202.156.2.162
* [Geshe Michael Roach] (new) ..... 202.156.2.162
____December 19, 2003
* [Adventskalender] (new) ..... 202.156.217.128
* [Toshba] (new) ..... 202.156.217.128
____December 16, 2003
* [20031211] (new) ..... 202.156.220.236
* [20031216] (new) ..... 202.156.220.236
* [None] (new) ..... 202.156.220.236
____December 13, 2003
* [Fakir] (new) ..... 202.156.2.155
* [20031213] (new) ..... 202.156.2.155
____December 12, 2003
* [Michael Oliphant] (new) ..... 202.156.2.155
* [Grip] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Grip]) ..... 202.156.2.155
* [Naan Petha Magane] (new) ..... 202.156.2.155
* [Nokia] (new) ..... 202.156.2.155
* [via HPI] (new) ..... 202.156.2.155
* [Swastika] (new) ..... 202.156.2.155
* [Bateel] (new) ..... 202.156.2.155
* [20031212] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=20031212]) ..... 202.156.2.155
* [Mozilla Firebird] (new) ..... 202.156.2.154
* [Suntec City] (new) ..... 202.156.2.154
* [Temples in Singapore] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Temples%20in%20Singapore]) ..... 202.156.2.154
* [Articles] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Articles]) ..... 202.156.2.154
* [Europa-Park] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Europa-Park]) ..... 202.156.2.154
* [Autobahn] (new) ..... 202.156.2.154
* [Links] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Links]) ..... 202.156.2.154
* [Anni Layne] (new) ..... 202.156.2.154
* [Glacier Express] (new) ..... 202.156.2.154
* [Tom Butler-Bowdon] (new) ..... 202.156.2.154
* [NieuwLand] (new) ..... 202.156.2.154
* [Romantische Strasse] (new) ..... 202.156.2.154
* [Frankfurt] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Frankfurt]) ..... 202.156.2.154
* [Munich] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Munich]) ..... 202.156.2.154
* [Nussloch] (new) ..... 202.156.2.154
* [Leimen] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Leimen]) ..... 202.156.2.154
* [Desaru] (new) ..... 202.156.2.154
* [Passions] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Passions]) ..... 202.156.2.154
* [EditPlus] (new) ..... 202.156.2.154
* [Bloglines] (new) ..... 202.156.2.154
* [Jonathon Delacour] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Jonathon%20Delacour]) ..... 202.156.2.154
* [Paint Shop Pro] (new) ..... 202.156.2.154
* [Philip Greenspun] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Philip%20Greenspun]) ..... 202.156.2.154
* [Singapore Gardening Society] (new) ..... 202.156.2.154
____December 1, 2003
* [adhikara] (new) ..... 202.156.2.154
* [Joshua Allen] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Joshua%20Allen]) ..... 202.156.2.154
* [Ole Eichhorn] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Ole%20Eichhorn]) ..... 202.156.2.154
* [Colour] (new) ..... 202.156.2.154
* [Kiran Jonnalagadda] (new) ..... 202.156.2.154
* [Shai Agassi] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Shai%20Agassi]) ..... 202.156.2.154
* [Taxonomy] (new) ..... 202.156.2.154
* [Jeff Sandquist] (new) ..... 202.156.2.154
* [Meat] (new) ..... 202.156.2.154
* [Kinohimitsu] (new) ..... 202.156.2.154
* [Kishore Natarajan] (new) ..... 202.156.2.154
* [Murasoli Maran] (new) ..... 202.156.2.154
* [Society] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Society]) ..... 202.156.2.154
* [Balloon] (new) ..... 202.156.2.154
____November 21, 2003
* [Money] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Money]) ..... 202.156.2.154
* [Global Brand Forum Singapore 2003] (new) ..... 202.156.2.154
* [PHP] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=PHP]) ..... 202.156.2.154
* [Safari] (new) ..... 202.156.2.154
* [Russell Crowe] (new) ..... 202.156.2.154
* [Master And Commander: The Far Side of the World] (new) ..... 202.156.2.154
____November 19, 2003
* [Epson] (new) ..... 202.156.2.154
____November 18, 2003
* [Chanakya] (new) ..... 202.156.2.154
____November 17, 2003
* [Origins Healthcare] (new) ..... 202.156.2.154
* [mod_perl] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=mod_perl]) ..... 202.156.2.154
* [Lincoln Stein] (new) ..... 202.156.2.154
____November 15, 2003
* [Karlsruhe] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Karlsruhe]) ..... 202.156.2.154
* [20040203] (new) ..... 202.156.2.154
* [20040213] (new) ..... 202.156.2.154
* [Melbourne] (new) ..... 202.156.2.154
* [Indonesia] (new) ..... 202.156.2.154
____November 14, 2003
* [The Sound of Music] (new) ..... 202.156.2.154
* [Sengkang] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Sengkang]) ..... 202.156.2.154
* [Jay Jay] (new) ..... 202.156.2.154
____November 13, 2003
* [Longhorn] (new) ..... 202.156.2.154
* [20031113] (new) ..... 202.156.2.154
____November 11, 2003
* [20031111] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=20031111]) ..... 202.156.2.154
____November 10, 2003
* [pzizz] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=pzizz]) ..... 202.156.2.154
* [Life] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Life]) ..... 202.156.2.154
* [Michael Yoon] (new) ..... 202.156.2.154
* [ArsDigita] (new) ..... 202.156.2.154
* [Six Questions That Can Change Your Life] (new) ..... 202.156.2.154
* [Michael Moncur] (new) ..... 202.156.2.154
* [Dawn Mikulich] (new) ..... 202.156.2.154
____November 1, 2003
* [Reflexology] (new) ..... 202.156.2.154
____October 31, 2003
* [Very Low Sperm Count] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Very%20Low%20Sperm%20Count]) ..... 202.156.2.154
* [20031031] (new) ..... 202.156.2.154
* [Cameron Marlow] (new) ..... 202.156.2.154
* [Kinja] (new) ..... 202.156.2.154
____October 17, 2003
* [Yoga] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Yoga]) ..... 202.156.2.154
____October 12, 2003
* [20031013] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=20031013]) ..... 202.156.2.154
____October 11, 2003
* [Andrew Grumet] (new) ..... 202.156.2.154
* [Unicode] (new) ..... 202.156.2.154
* [Office] (new) ..... 202.156.2.154
* [Software Project Management] (new) ..... 202.156.2.154
* [Radhadesh] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Radhadesh]) ..... 202.156.2.154
* [Hair] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Hair]) ..... 202.156.2.154
____September 19, 2003
* [Takao Furuno] (new) ..... 202.156.2.154
* [Masanobu Fukuoka] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Masanobu%20Fukuoka]) ..... 202.156.2.154
* [Nanosoft] (new) ..... 202.156.2.154
____September 16, 2003
* [The Phantastikos] (new) ..... 202.156.2.154
* [Sun] (new) ..... 202.156.2.154
* [Bill Joy] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Bill%20Joy]) ..... 202.156.2.154
____September 15, 2003
* [Thallakarai] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Thallakarai]) ..... 202.156.2.154
* [Instinct to Kill] (new) ..... 202.156.2.154
____September 13, 2003
* [Namaste] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Namaste]) ..... 202.156.2.154
* [Ashram] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Ashram]) ..... 202.156.2.154
* [2003] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=2003]) ..... 202.156.2.154
* [Katinka Hesselink] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Katinka%20Hesselink]) ..... 202.156.2.154
____September 12, 2003
* [Anuradha Bakhshi] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Anuradha%20Bakhshi]) ..... 202.156.2.154
* [Dmitry Skorniakov] (new) ..... 169.145.197.4
* [Lakshmi Thathachar] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Lakshmi%20Thathachar]) ..... 202.156.2.154
* [Thank You for Being Such a Pain] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Thank%20You%20for%20Being%20Such%20a%20Pain]) ..... 202.156.2.154
* [Weblog2003August] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Weblog2003August]) ..... 202.156.2.154
* [B12] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=B12]) ..... 202.156.2.154
* [Egg] (new) ..... 202.156.2.154
* [Friendship Day] (new) ..... 202.156.2.154
* [Dharini Sridharan] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Dharini%20Sridharan]) ..... 202.156.2.154
* [Sony Ericsson T100] (new) ..... 202.156.2.154
* [Dharini Sritharan] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Dharini%20Sritharan]) ..... 202.156.2.154
____August 1, 2003
* [Kong Meng San Phor Kark See Monastery] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Kong%20Meng%20San%20Phor%20Kark%20See%20Monastery]) ..... 218.186.88.226
* [20030913] (new) ..... 218.186.88.226
* [Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve] (new) ..... 218.186.88.226
* [Wal-Mart] (new) ..... 218.186.88.226
* [Heidelberg] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Heidelberg]) ..... 218.186.88.226
* [Thomas Moore] (new) ..... 218.186.88.226
* [Biotta] (new) ..... 218.186.87.106
* [Rudolf Breuss] (new) ..... 218.186.87.106
* [Dr. Jamuna] (new) ..... 218.186.87.106
* [Ron Hornbaker] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Ron%20Hornbaker]) ..... 218.186.87.106
* [Tatami] (new) ..... 218.186.87.106
* [Focaccia] (new) ..... 218.186.87.106
* [Chinmaya Yuva Kendra] (new) ..... 218.186.87.106
* [Guru] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Guru]) ..... 218.186.87.106
* [Concentration] (new) ..... 218.186.87.106
____July 18, 2003
* [There's a spiritual solution to every problem] (new) ..... 218.186.87.198
* [The Way of the Dragon] (new) ..... 218.186.87.198
* [Bruce Lee] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Bruce%20Lee]) ..... 218.186.87.198
* [The Big Boss] (new) ..... 218.186.87.198
____July 16, 2003
____July 15, 2003
* [Weapons of Mass Destruction] (new) ..... 218.186.84.233
____July 13, 2003
* [Charity] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Charity]) ..... 218.186.89.232
* [The Masquerade Of Charity] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=The%20Masquerade%20Of%20Charity]) ..... 218.186.89.232
* [Jorn Barger] (new) ..... 218.186.89.232
* [The Critical Mass of Enlightenment] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=The%20Critical%20Mass%20of%20Enlightenment]) ..... 218.186.89.232
* [The Books of Secrets] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=The%20Books%20of%20Secrets]) ..... 218.186.89.232
* [Ongarakudil] (new) ..... 218.186.89.232
* [Wellness Goods] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Wellness%20Goods]) ..... 218.186.89.232
* [Steven Morgan Friedman] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Steven%20Morgan%20Friedman]) ..... 218.186.89.232
____July 12, 2003
* [200307] (new) ..... 218.186.89.232
* [Yurik Sarkissyan] (new) ..... 218.186.89.232
* [At the Feet of the Master] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=At%20the%20Feet%20of%20the%20Master]) ..... 218.186.89.232
* [One Thousand Suns: Krishnamurti at Eighty-Five and the Last Walk] (new) ..... 218.186.89.232
* [Asit Chandmal] (new) ..... 218.186.89.232
* [Jiddu Krishnamurti] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Jiddu%20Krishnamurti]) ..... 218.186.89.232
* [Only a Ripe Fruit Falls] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Only%20a%20Ripe%20Fruit%20Falls]) ..... 218.186.89.232
* [Orthodox] (new) ..... 218.186.89.232
* [Think on These Things] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Think%20on%20These%20Things]) ..... 218.186.89.232
* [Kundalini] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Kundalini]) ..... 218.186.89.232
* [Swami Subramaniam] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Swami%20Subramaniam]) ..... 218.186.89.232
* [Pattinathaar] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Pattinathaar]) ..... 218.186.89.232
____July 11, 2003
* [Pradosham] (new) ..... 218.186.89.232
* [Awakening the Third Eye] (new) ..... 218.186.89.232
* [Dragon fruit] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Dragon%20fruit]) ..... 218.186.89.232
* [Fruits] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Fruits]) ..... 218.186.89.232
* [20030708] (new) ..... 218.186.89.232
* [Paul Hauck] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Paul%20Hauck]) ..... 218.186.81.120
* [Teachings of Yoga] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Teachings%20of%20Yoga]) ..... 218.186.80.140
* [The Magick Path of Tantra] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=The%20Magick%20Path%20of%20Tantra]) ..... 218.186.84.198
* [Dadaji] (new) ..... 218.186.84.198
* [Georg Feuerstein] (new) ..... 218.186.84.198
* [19830623] (new) ..... 218.186.81.11
* [Basic Theosophy Course] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Basic%20Theosophy%20Course]) ..... 218.186.84.120
* [Laparoscopy] (new) ..... 218.186.84.120
* [142857] (new) ..... 218.186.84.120
____June 21, 2003
* [Tantra] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Tantra]) ..... 218.186.80.81
* [Suki Sivam] (new) ..... 218.186.80.81
* [Words] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Words]) ..... 218.186.80.81
* [There is no religion higer than truth] (new) ..... 218.186.80.81
* [Truth] (new) ..... 218.186.80.81
* [Weblog2003June] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Weblog2003June]) ..... 218.186.82.56
* [Gopi Krishna] (new) ..... 218.186.80.34
____June 19, 2003
* [Brahmin] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Brahmin]) ..... 218.186.86.173
____June 18, 2003
* [A Free and Simple Computer Link] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=A%20Free%20and%20Simple%20Computer%20Link]) ..... 218.186.86.173
* [John Markoff] (new) ..... 218.186.86.173
____June 17, 2003
* [20030618] (new) ..... 169.145.197.4
* [20001007] (new) ..... 169.145.197.4
* [Mind] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Mind]) ..... 218.186.86.173
____June 16, 2003
* [Bruce Almighty] (new) ..... 218.186.85.246
* [Emerson Process Management] (new) ..... 218.186.85.246
____June 15, 2003
* [Sri Sri Ravi Shankar] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Sri%20Sri%20Ravi%20Shankar]) ..... 218.186.86.37
* [Andrew Cohen] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Andrew%20Cohen]) ..... 218.186.86.37
____June 14, 2003
* [Courses] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Courses]) ..... 218.186.81.242
* [Contemplation] (new) ..... 218.186.81.242
____June 12, 2003
* [Spam] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Spam]) ..... 218.186.86.55
* [Alice Stockham] (new) ..... 218.186.86.164
* [George Leonard] (new) ..... 218.186.86.164
* [Dalai Lama] (new) ..... 218.186.86.164
* [Nathaniel Branden] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Nathaniel%20Branden]) ..... 218.186.86.164
* [The Psychology of Romantic Love] (new) ..... 218.186.86.164
* [Hymn] (new) ..... 202.156.2.154
____June 1, 2003
* [Frederick Buechner] (new) ..... 202.156.2.154
* [NR Narayana Murthy] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=NR%20Narayana%20Murthy]) ..... 202.156.2.154
* [Mencius] (new) ..... 169.145.197.4
* [Avadhut Gita] (new) ..... 202.156.2.154
* [Tilak] (new) ..... 202.156.2.154
* [Cosmopolitan] (new) ..... 202.156.2.154
* [Imagination] (new) ..... 202.156.2.154
* [intuition] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=intuition]) ..... 202.156.2.154
* [Insight] (new) ..... 202.156.2.154
* [Kularnava Tantra] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Kularnava%20Tantra]) ..... 202.156.2.154
* [Dhyana] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Dhyana]) ..... 202.156.2.154
* [God] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=God]) ..... 202.156.2.154
* [Osho] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Osho]) ..... 202.156.2.154
____May 19, 2003
____May 18, 2003
* [Singlish] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Singlish]) ..... 169.145.197.4
____May 17, 2003
* [Deeksha] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Deeksha]) ..... 202.156.2.154
____May 16, 2003
* [Stupa] (new) ..... 202.156.2.154
____May 15, 2003
____May 14, 2003
* [Climbing the Blue Mountain] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Climbing%20the%20Blue%20Mountain]) ..... 202.156.2.154
____May 13, 2003
* [World Falun Dafa Day] (new) ..... 202.156.2.154
* [Hasso Plattner] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Hasso%20Plattner]) ..... 169.145.197.4
____May 12, 2003
* [Tantrism] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Tantrism]) ..... 169.145.197.4
* [Sex] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Sex]) ..... 169.145.197.4
* [Jainism] (new) ..... 169.145.197.4
* [Kagabujandar] (new) ..... 202.156.2.154
____May 11, 2003
* [Vesak] (new) ..... 202.156.2.154
* [Festivals] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Festivals]) ..... 202.156.2.154
* [Logistics Management Associates] (new) ..... 218.186.86.70
* [Eknath Easwaran] (new) ..... 202.156.2.154
* [Akshaya Thrithiyai] (new) ..... 202.156.2.154
* [Hatha Yoga Pradipika] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Hatha%20Yoga%20Pradipika]) ..... 202.156.2.154
____May 1, 2003
* [WabiSabi] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=WabiSabi]) ..... 202.156.2.154
* [Gita Govinda] (new) ..... 202.156.2.154
* [Toronto] (new) ..... 202.156.2.154
* [Brahmamuhurta] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Brahmamuhurta]) ..... 202.156.2.154
* [Selfish] (new) ..... 202.156.2.154
____April 21, 2003
* [Israel] (new) ..... 169.145.197.4
* [Prosperity] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Prosperity]) ..... 202.156.2.154
* [Hotels] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Hotels]) ..... 202.156.2.154
____April 19, 2003
____April 18, 2003
* [20030419] (new) ..... 202.156.2.154
* [Auvaiyar] (new) ..... 202.156.2.154
* [Marc Gafni] (new) ..... 202.156.2.154
____April 17, 2003
* [Bhogar] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Bhogar]) ..... 202.156.2.154
____April 16, 2003
* [Ekambara Sastrigal] (new) ..... 202.156.2.154
____April 15, 2003
* [Ten ways to enhance your family dinnertime] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Ten%20ways%20to%20enhance%20your%20family%20dinnertime]) ..... 202.156.2.154
* [Adapt or Die] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Adapt%20or%20Die]) ..... 169.145.197.4
____April 14, 2003
* [Vistaya View] (new) ..... 202.156.2.154
* [Justin Vincent] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Justin%20Vincent]) ..... 202.156.2.154
____April 12, 2003
* [Dina Mehta] (new) ..... 202.156.2.154
* [Amalaki] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Amalaki]) ..... 202.156.2.154
* [Umeboshi] (new) ..... 202.156.2.154
* [To Be Forever Young] (new) ..... 202.156.2.154
* [Radha Burnier] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Radha%20Burnier]) ..... 202.156.2.154
* [Theosophist] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Theosophist]) ..... 202.156.2.154
____April 10, 2003
* [Car] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Car]) ..... 169.145.197.4
* [SARS] (new) ..... 202.156.2.154
* [Vallalar] (new) ..... 169.145.197.4
* [IETM] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=IETM]) ..... 202.156.2.154
* [Configuration Management] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Configuration%20Management]) ..... 202.156.2.154
* [Frank Morales] (new) ..... 169.145.197.4
* [Nishkam Gupta] (new) ..... 169.145.197.4
____March 31, 2003
* [Breath] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Breath]) ..... 202.156.2.154
* [200303] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=200303]) ..... 202.156.2.154
* [Cockroach] (new) ..... 202.156.2.154
____March 10, 2003
* [Yajna] (new) ..... 202.156.2.154
* [Internet] (new) ..... 169.145.197.4
* [Phillip Mcgraw] (new) ..... 169.145.197.4
* [David Stutz] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=David%20Stutz]) ..... 194.39.131.40
____February 19, 2003
* [Aspirin] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
____February 18, 2003
* [Guide to Sadhakas] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Fundamental] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Masaaki Imai] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Paul Cabana] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Computer] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
____February 17, 2003
* [Oddpost] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Oddpost]) ..... 217.228.179.71
* [Adi Sankara] (new) ..... 217.228.179.71
* [Ayushya Homam] (new) ..... 217.228.179.71
* [Feel] (new) ..... 217.228.179.71
* [Lyrics] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Lyrics]) ..... 217.228.179.71
* [Complicated] (new) ..... 217.228.179.71
* [Mokshamu Galada] (new) ..... 217.228.179.71
* [Ceylon Corners] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Ceylon%20Corners]) ..... 217.228.179.71
* [Vannevar Bush] (new) ..... 217.88.232.1
* [Eight] (new) ..... 217.88.232.1
* [The Noble Eight Fold Path] (new) ..... 217.88.232.1
* [Technorati] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Technorati]) ..... 217.88.232.1
* [Popdex] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Popdex]) ..... 217.88.232.1
* [Sebastien Paquet] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Sebastien%20Paquet]) ..... 217.88.232.1
* [Nerd] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Nerd]) ..... 194.39.131.39
____February 16, 2003
* [Lotus Ayurvedic Garden, Heidelberg, Germany] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Lotus%20Ayurvedic%20Garden%2C%20Heidelberg%2C%20Germany]) ..... 217.88.230.209
* [Ayurveda-Garden, Bad Rappenau, Deutschland] (new) ..... 217.88.230.209
* [Ovidiu Predescu] (new) ..... 80.132.49.17
* [Googlert] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Googlert]) ..... 80.132.49.17
* [1 followed by 100 zeroes] (new) ..... 80.132.49.17
* [20030216] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=20030216]) ..... 80.132.49.17
* [Marktheidenfeld] (new) ..... 80.132.49.17
* [TL Balakrishnan] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=TL%20Balakrishnan]) ..... 80.132.49.17
* [Addiction] (new) ..... 80.132.49.17
* [Evan Williams] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Evan%20Williams]) ..... 80.132.49.17
____February 15, 2003
* [Jyotsna Kamat] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Jyotsna%20Kamat]) ..... 80.132.50.208
* [Cameron Barrett] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Cameron%20Barrett]) ..... 80.132.50.208
* [Index200301] (new) ..... 80.132.50.208
____February 14, 2003
* [Victor Stone] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Patna] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Cars] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
____February 13, 2003
* [Nilesh Chaudhari] (new) ..... 80.132.56.32
* [Wikipedia] (new) ..... 80.132.56.32
* [Mark Bernstein] (new) ..... 80.132.56.32
* [Reverend Jim] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Reverend%20Jim]) ..... 80.132.56.32
* [Michael Bauer] (new) ..... 80.132.54.141
* [Roxanne's] (new) ..... 80.132.54.141
* [Pongal] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Pongal]) ..... 217.88.226.39
____February 12, 2003
* [Mumukshutva] (new) ..... 80.132.54.93
* [Intellect] (new) ..... 80.132.54.93
* [20030212] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Arun Gandhi] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Project] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
____February 11, 2003
* [Ranjani Sathish] (new) ..... 217.88.239.143
* [Kaushik Banerjee] (new) ..... 217.88.239.143
* [Secret of Living] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [DLSMD] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=DLSMD]) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Saint] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Meg Hourihan] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Meg%20Hourihan]) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Immortality] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Trident] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
____February 10, 2003
* [Miracle] (new) ..... 80.132.60.62
* [Ned Batchelder] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Ned%20Batchelder]) ..... 217.88.233.94
* [Indica] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Workspot] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Disciple] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Pho] (new) ..... 217.88.233.225
* [SimpleComments] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Léo Apotheker] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=L%E9o%20Apotheker]) ..... 217.228.182.154
* [Peter Zencke] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Peter%20Zencke]) ..... 217.228.182.154
* [Gerhard Oswald] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Gerhard%20Oswald]) ..... 217.228.182.154
* [Claus Heinrich] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Claus%20Heinrich]) ..... 217.228.182.154
* [Werner Brandt] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Werner%20Brandt]) ..... 217.228.182.154
* [20030126] (new) ..... 217.228.182.154
* [Quotations] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Quotations]) ..... 80.132.56.77
* [Genius] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Genius]) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [The Space Shuttle Columbia] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=The%20Space%20Shuttle%20Columbia]) ..... 217.88.233.208
* [Kalpana Chawla] (new) ..... 217.228.180.94
* [Jim Speth] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [20030203] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Kinderdijk] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Kinderdijk]) ..... 80.132.56.109
* [TEKKA] (new) ..... 80.132.56.109
____January 31, 2003
* [The Divine Romance] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=The%20Divine%20Romance]) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Inspiration] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Elusive Happiness] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Elusive%20Happiness]) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [The Law of Being] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Davos] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Davos]) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Vegetable Stock] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Vegetable%20Stock]) ..... 217.228.182.17
* [Deleting Code] (new) ..... 217.228.182.17
* [Hyundai] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Hyundai]) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Ben Hammersley] (new) ..... 80.132.60.199
* [Chandramouli] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Chandramouli]) ..... 217.88.224.145
* [Links20020105] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Links20020105]) ..... 217.88.224.145
* [Hello World!] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Hello%20World%21]) ..... 217.88.224.145
* [Health related Articles] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Health%20related%20Articles]) ..... 217.88.224.145
* [KarthigaSaravanan] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=KarthigaSaravanan]) ..... 217.88.224.145
* [IIT] (new) ..... 80.132.47.55
* [20030122] (new) ..... 80.132.47.55
* [Aanmodaya Ashram] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Aanmodaya%20Ashram]) ..... 80.132.56.60
* [James Thornton] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
____January 21, 2003
* [Philosophy] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Philosophy]) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Students] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Ralph Waldo Emerson] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Ralph%20Waldo%20Emerson]) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [The formula for happiness] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=The%20formula%20for%20happiness]) ..... 194.39.131.39
____January 19, 2003
* [Innovation] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Innovation]) ..... 217.228.176.206
* [Maulbronn Monastery] (new) ..... 80.132.57.9
* [Maulbronn] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Maulbronn]) ..... 80.132.57.9
____January 18, 2003
* [20030118] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=20030118]) ..... 217.88.229.71
____January 17, 2003
* [SAP Netweaver] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Analects of Sivananda] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Analects%20of%20Sivananda]) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Discipline of Speech] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Discipline%20of%20Speech]) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Lingual diarrhoea] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Joel Spolsky] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Joel%20Spolsky]) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Games] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Zoop] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Mouth Wide Shut] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Mouth%20Wide%20Shut]) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [The Freshman] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=The%20Freshman]) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [word] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
____January 16, 2003
* [Hoax] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
____January 15, 2003
* [sandhyavandanam] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=sandhyavandanam]) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [CIO] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
____January 14, 2003
* [Sébastien Paquet] (new) ..... 80.132.61.45
* [Religion] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Religion]) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Self] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Self]) ..... 194.39.131.40
____January 13, 2003
* [Tim O'Reilly] (new) ..... 80.132.49.50
* [Enlightened Self-Interest] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Enlightened%20Self-Interest]) ..... 80.132.49.50
* [Karl Benz] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Karl%20Benz]) ..... 80.132.49.50
* [Azim Premji Foundation] (new) ..... 80.132.49.50
* [Azim Premji] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Azim%20Premji]) ..... 80.132.49.50
* [Meister Eckhart] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Meister%20Eckhart]) ..... 194.39.131.39
____January 12, 2003
____January 10, 2003
* [Institute for the Future] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Paul Saffo] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Paul%20Saffo]) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Smoking] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Smoking]) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Graham Hancock] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Mantras] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Mantras]) ..... 217.88.225.226
* [Reincarnation] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Reincarnation]) ..... 217.88.225.226
* [Bhagavad Gita] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Bhagavad%20Gita]) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Srimad Bhagavatam] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Ajamila] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [The Goal of Human Life] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [What Should I Do With My Life?] (new) ..... 217.88.225.226
* [Hate] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Tolerance] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Diseases] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Diseases]) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Snow] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Inertia] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Inertia]) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Cooking] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Cooking]) ..... 217.228.176.82
* [Dr. Bieler's Health Broth] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Dr.%20Bieler%27s%20Health%20Broth]) ..... 217.228.176.82
* [Detox plan] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Detox%20plan]) ..... 217.228.176.82
____January 1, 2003
* [Theosophy] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Theosophy]) ..... 217.88.227.18
* [Pearls] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Pearls]) ..... 217.88.227.18
* [MVC] (new) ..... 217.228.181.51
* [Recipe for the year 2002] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Recipe%20for%20the%20year%202002]) ..... 80.132.63.156
* [20030101] (new) ..... 80.132.63.156
* [Thoughts for Aspirants] (new) ..... 80.132.63.156
____December 31, 2002
* [Kishore Balakrishnan 2002] (new) ..... 217.88.236.220
* [Parsley] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Perseverance] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [H. P. Blavatsky] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=H.%20P.%20Blavatsky]) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Knowledge Management] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Knowledge%20Management]) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Mistake] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Mistake]) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Images] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Images]) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [20020101] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [20021230] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=20021230]) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Index2002] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Index2002]) ..... 217.228.190.177
* [Marathon] (new) ..... 80.132.54.102
* [20021228] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=20021228]) ..... 80.132.54.102
* [Test] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Test]) ..... 217.88.235.35
* [The Key to Theosophy] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [20021227] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=20021227]) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [The Theosophical Society] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [WakkaWiki] (new) ..... 80.132.49.211
* [Patterns for Personal Web Sites] (new) ..... 80.132.53.61
* [Mark Irons] (new) ..... 80.132.53.61
* [Aru Padai Veedu Tour] (new) ..... 80.132.53.61
* [Smarty] (new) ..... 217.88.238.92
* [Motivation] (new) ..... 217.88.238.92
* [How to write better code] (new) ..... 217.88.238.92
* [Guacamole] (new) ..... 217.88.238.92
* [Segway] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Segway]) ..... 80.132.50.127
* [City of Angels] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=City%20of%20Angels]) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Kate and Leopold] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Kate%20and%20Leopold]) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Outlook Date Tagger] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Microsoft Outlook] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Sherron Watkins] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Coleen Rowley] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Cynthia Cooper] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Martin Luther King, Jr.] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Martin%20Luther%20King%2C%20Jr.]) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Pancha Ganapati] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Pancha%20Ganapati]) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Advent Calendar] (new) ..... 80.132.43.132
* [Leslie Harpold] (new) ..... 80.132.43.132
____December 21, 2002
* [Maha Mrityunjaya Mantra] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Maha%20Mrityunjaya%20Mantra]) ..... 80.132.62.36
* [Vedas] (new) ..... 80.132.62.36
* [RSS] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=RSS]) ..... 194.39.131.40
____December 19, 2002
* [Consulting] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Personal World Clock] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Personal%20World%20Clock]) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [AltaVista Translate] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=AltaVista%20Translate]) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [The Universal Currency Converter] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=The%20Universal%20Currency%20Converter]) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Findpage] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Findpage]) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Principles] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Principles]) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Poorvabhashi] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Ken Hirsch] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
____December 18, 2002
* [CD] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Living] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Living]) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Tanjung Malim] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Tanjung%20Malim]) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Newsletters] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Newsletters]) ..... 194.39.131.40
____December 17, 2002
* [Sacred Contract] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [John Renesch] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=John%20Renesch]) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [KIV] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=KIV]) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Patrick Combs] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Patrick%20Combs]) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Caroline Myss] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Advent] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
____December 16, 2002
* [Iris Murdoch] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Iris%20Murdoch]) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Dogfood] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Dogfood]) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Paul Purdue] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Dag Hammerskjold] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [B. K. S. Iyengar] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Jean Rostand] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Demo or Die!] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Juge Ram] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Meera Publications] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Meera%20Publications]) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [The Survival of Civilization] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Don Weaver] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Don%20Weaver]) ..... 194.39.131.40
____December 15, 2002
____December 14, 2002
* [Sushi] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Sushi]) ..... 80.132.44.198
* [Kevin Yank] (new) ..... 217.88.235.188
* [Build your own Database Driven Website using PHP and MySQL] (new) ..... 217.88.235.188
____December 13, 2002
* [Philip Yancey] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Philip%20Yancey]) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [My To-Be List] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Keys to Success] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Keys%20to%20Success]) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Who am i?] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Who%20am%20i%3F]) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [iFulfill] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Zeitgeist] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Zeitgeist]) ..... 194.39.131.39
____December 12, 2002
* [God's Justice] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=God%27s%20Justice]) ..... 194.39.131.39
____December 11, 2002
* [News] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [The big squeeze] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Spiritualist Basics] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Joe Loffredo] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Joe%20Loffredo]) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Dietmar Hopp] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [AlterNet] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=AlterNet]) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Google Viewer] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Kiruba Shankar] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Cremation] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
____December 10, 2002
* [Living Totally] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Gaia] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Gaia]) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Satsangh] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Satsangh]) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Pranayama] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Pranayama]) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Computers] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Computers]) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [CPIM] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=CPIM]) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Sudarshan Kriya] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Sudarshan%20Kriya]) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [The Art of Living Course] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=The%20Art%20of%20Living%20Course]) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Friends] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Friends]) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Silence] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Silence]) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Mumuksutva] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Mumuksutva]) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Music] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Music]) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Yoga-Vedanta Forest Academy] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Advanced Manufacturing] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Advanced%20Manufacturing]) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Thoughts Worth Thinking] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Thoughts%20Worth%20Thinking]) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Poverty] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Poverty]) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Manufacturing] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Manufacturing]) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Karma Yogi] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Karma%20Yogi]) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [CRM] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=CRM]) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [SCM] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=SCM]) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Bruderhof] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Bruderhof]) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Ananta Chaturdashi] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Ananta%20Chaturdashi]) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [ICYouSee] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=ICYouSee]) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [honest] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=honest]) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Any Given Sunday] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Any%20Given%20Sunday]) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Lao Tsu] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Friedrich Zuendel] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Jon Stevens] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Jon%20Stevens]) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Deanna Latson] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Belgium] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Belgium]) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [The Tao of Web Sites] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=The%20Tao%20of%20Web%20Sites]) ..... 80.132.60.122
* [Sentient] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Sentient]) ..... 80.132.60.122
* [XML is easy] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=XML%20is%20easy]) ..... 80.132.60.122
* [HalfBakery] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=HalfBakery]) ..... 80.132.60.122
* [Developer Shed] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Developer%20Shed]) ..... 80.132.60.122
* [HotLinks] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=HotLinks]) ..... 80.132.60.122
* [PaperQuote] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=PaperQuote]) ..... 80.132.60.122
* [Joel on Software] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Joel%20on%20Software]) ..... 80.132.60.122
* [Sustainable Farming Connection] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Sustainable%20Farming%20Connection]) ..... 80.132.60.122
* [Universal Currency Converter] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Universal%20Currency%20Converter]) ..... 80.132.60.122
* [Sannerz] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Sannerz]) ..... 80.132.60.122
* [Yoga Vasishta] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Helen Keller] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Helen%20Keller]) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Alan Alda] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Vibuthi] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Vibuthi]) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [FAQ] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=FAQ]) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [KumKum] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=KumKum]) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Stories] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Stories]) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [XML] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Peter Van Dijck] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Peter%20Van%20Dijck]) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [XFML] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=XFML]) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Ajay Puri] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Ajay%20Puri]) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [James Michener] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [The Programmers' Stone] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=The%20Programmers%27%20Stone]) ..... 217.88.227.35
* [The Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Diogenes] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [How to Boost Your Confidence] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=How%20to%20Boost%20Your%20Confidence]) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Jim Loehr] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Marc Benioff] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Andre Gide] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Epictetus] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Epictetus]) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Rheinmuenster] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Detachment] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Detachment]) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Ganesha] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Holiday Thoughts] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Holiday%20Thoughts]) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Andrei Tarkovsky] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Og Mandino] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Oscar Romero] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Oscar%20Romero]) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Sai Baba] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Sai%20Baba]) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Mata Amritanandamayi] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
____December 1, 2002
* [Questions to Ask Yourself, Regularly] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Questions%20to%20Ask%20Yourself%2C%20Regularly]) ..... 80.132.47.57
* [The StoryBin] (new) ..... 80.132.47.57
* [EtAl] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=EtAl]) ..... 80.132.52.113
* [Welcome] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Welcome]) ..... 80.132.52.113
* [Sushma] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Sushma]) ..... 80.132.52.113
* [Kishore] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Kishore]) ..... 80.132.52.113
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* [My Arts & crafts] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=My%20Arts%20%26%20crafts]) ..... 80.132.52.113
* [Jamie Zawinski] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Jamie%20Zawinski]) ..... 80.132.52.113
* [Kishore Balakrishnan - Details] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Kishore%20Balakrishnan%20-%20Details]) ..... 80.132.52.113
* [Thulasi] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Thulasi]) ..... 80.132.52.113
* [phpWiki] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=phpWiki]) ..... 80.132.52.113
* [Anant Chaturdashi] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Anant%20Chaturdashi]) ..... 80.132.52.113
People] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=%0D%0APeople]) ..... 80.132.52.113
* [Kishore Balakrishnan - Resume] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Kishore%20Balakrishnan%20-%20Resume]) ..... 80.132.52.113
* [Test2] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Test2]) ..... 80.132.52.113
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* [Jeru Kabbal] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
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* [Guru Nanak] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Oscars] (new) ..... 217.88.239.59
* [Touareg] (new) ..... 80.132.45.204
* [Fyodor Dostoevsky] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Pomegranate] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Marcel Proust] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Marcel%20Proust]) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Quark] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Mudda Moopan] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Sono] (new) ..... 217.88.225.229
* [Justice] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Johann Christoph Arnold] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Journalist] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [SteveWainstead] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=SteveWainstead]) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [quotations] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=quotations]) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Our Most-Alive Times] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Our%20Most-Alive%20Times]) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [The University of Hard Knocks] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=The%20University%20of%20Hard%20Knocks]) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Ralph Parlette] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Ralph%20Parlette]) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [International Children's Digital Library] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Annamalai Reforestation Society] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Annamalai%20Reforestation%20Society]) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Ramsey Clark] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Divorce] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Prayer] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Prayer]) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Meaning] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Hotel Equatorial Penang] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Taj Garden Retreat Varkala] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Taj%20Garden%20Retreat%20Varkala]) ..... 217.228.188.52
* [Strive] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Strive]) ..... 217.228.188.52
* [Index20011224] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Index20011224]) ..... 217.228.188.52
* [Ganesha Chaturthi] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Ganesha%20Chaturthi]) ..... 217.228.188.52
* [Onam] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Onam]) ..... 217.228.188.52
* [Movielink] (new) ..... 80.132.55.175
* [Christianity] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Eberhard Arnold] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
____November 21, 2002
* [Institute for Traditional Medicine] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Subhuti Dharmananda] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Samurai] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Samurai]) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Chyawanprash] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Chyawanprash]) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Lying] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [SRM] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=SRM]) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Sissela Bok] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Jane Allen] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
____November 19, 2002
* [How to survive a Heart attack] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=How%20to%20survive%20a%20Heart%20attack]) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Dietrich Bonhoeffer] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [In Praise of Black Sheep] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=In%20Praise%20of%20Black%20Sheep]) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Janusz Korczak] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Janusz%20Korczak]) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Malathi Rangarajan] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Arpudham] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Arpudham]) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Ivann] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Ivann]) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [James Thurber] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=James%20Thurber]) ..... 80.132.51.8
____November 18, 2002
* [TestPage] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=TestPage]) ..... 217.228.176.14
* [Dandelion] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Dandelion]) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Netherlands] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Netherlands]) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Lynx Viewer] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Susan Stepney] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Jakob Boehme] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [A Warning to the West] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [José Luis Encarnação] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Soren Kierkegaard] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Soren%20Kierkegaard]) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [ezSQL] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=ezSQL]) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [The Crowd] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [20021118] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=20021118]) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Herbs] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Herbs]) ..... 194.39.131.40
____November 17, 2002
* [Carmine Baffa] (new) ..... 80.132.44.227
* [garret p vreeland] (new) ..... 80.132.44.227
* [PapaScott] (new) ..... 80.132.44.227
* [Michal Wallace] (new) ..... 80.132.44.227
* [Jealousy] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Jealousy]) ..... 80.132.44.227
* [Benediktinerabtei Stift Neuburg] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Benediktinerabtei%20Stift%20Neuburg]) ..... 80.132.44.227
* [Salzburg] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Salzburg]) ..... 80.132.44.227
____November 16, 2002
* [HowToUseWiki] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=HowToUseWiki]) ..... 217.228.177.30
* [GoodStyle] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=GoodStyle]) ..... 217.228.177.30
* [SPAM] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=SPAM]) ..... 217.228.177.30
* [Vikkal] (new) ..... 80.132.45.249
* [Hiccup] (new) ..... 80.132.45.249
* [Somerset Maugham] (new) ..... 80.132.42.195
* [Ovomaltine] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Ovomaltine]) ..... 80.132.42.195
____November 15, 2002
* [Hunger] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Hunger]) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Fur] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [The Resilient Brahmin] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [20021115] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
____November 14, 2002
* [20021111] (new) ..... 217.88.224.133
* [20021114] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=20021114]) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [The Science of Pranayama] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Ulrich Beck] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [David Frawley] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [The Secret of Prana] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Prana] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [How To Ask Questions The Smart Way] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
____November 13, 2002
* [Link and Think] (new) ..... 217.88.237.242
* [Conquer The World Within] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Mantra Meditation] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Mantra] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [20021113] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
____November 12, 2002
* [Expansive Marriage] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Expansive%20Marriage]) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [20021112] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=20021112]) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [SpamArrest] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [The Law of Leaky Abstractions] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Denmark] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Lance Knobel] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Social Capital] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
____November 11, 2002
* [Schizophrenia] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Osho Zen Tarot] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Osho%20Zen%20Tarot]) ..... 194.39.131.39
____November 10, 2002
* [Shashi Tharoor] (new) ..... 217.228.186.102
* [KagaPujandar] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [20021108] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [20021106] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Pilgrimage] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Pilgrimage]) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [One Minute Wisdom] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=One%20Minute%20Wisdom]) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [New York Camera] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=New%20York%20Camera]) ..... 80.132.60.200
* [digital camera] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=digital%20camera]) ..... 80.132.60.200
* [Mudslinging] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [20021104] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Risk] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Television] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
____October 31, 2002
* [Holiday Inn Paris - Montparnasse] (new) ..... 217.228.188.106
* [Hindu Temples in France] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Hindu%20Temples%20in%20France]) ..... 217.88.234.223
* [Vibrations] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Cynic] (new) ..... 217.228.184.168
* [Cynicism] (new) ..... 217.228.184.168
* [Bill Kearney] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Bee Pollen] (new) ..... 217.88.236.51
* [Artist] (new) ..... 217.228.189.79
____October 21, 2002
* [Abdul Kareem] (new) ..... 217.88.228.251
* [Man, Know Thyself] (new) ..... 80.132.53.143
* [Sant Kirpal Singh] (new) ..... 80.132.53.143
* [The German Wine Route] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=The%20German%20Wine%20Route]) ..... 80.132.53.143
* [Trier] (new) ..... 80.132.53.143
____October 18, 2002
* [Man] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Brad Choate] (new) ..... 80.132.56.72
* [Koenigssee] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Koenigssee]) ..... 80.132.56.72
____October 17, 2002
* [Oddanchatram] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Ram Dass] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Ram%20Dass]) ..... 194.39.131.40
____October 16, 2002
* [Phil Ringnalda] (new) ..... 80.132.53.162
* [Obesity] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Obesity]) ..... 194.39.131.39
____October 14, 2002
* [Investing] (new) ..... 80.132.47.67
* [Value] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Saraswathi Poojai] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Saraswathi%20Poojai]) ..... 217.228.189.210
____October 13, 2002
____October 11, 2002
* [Zurich] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Hiltl] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Heidi] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Heidi]) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Senthilkumar Gurumurthy] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
____October 10, 2002
* [Pretzel] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Swami Paramarthananda Saraswathi] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Bill McDermott] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Bill%20McDermott]) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Navaratri] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Navaratri]) ..... 80.132.56.163
* [Ian Lovell Rager] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Ian%20Lovell%20Rager]) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Swami Paramarthananda] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Emacs] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Emacs]) ..... 217.228.191.94
* [Mind -- Friend or Foe?] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Mind%20--%20Friend%20or%20Foe%3F]) ..... 217.88.233.223
* [Nuts] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Nuts]) ..... 217.88.233.223
* [Sprouts] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Sprouts]) ..... 217.88.233.223
* [Zermatt] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Zermatt]) ..... 217.88.233.223
* [Kevin Michael Barbieux] (new) ..... 217.88.233.223
* [Why do I lose focus?] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Why%20do%20I%20lose%20focus%3F]) ..... 217.88.233.223
* [Heiligenblut] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Heiligenblut]) ..... 217.88.233.223
* [Herbs & Spices] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Herbs%20%26%20Spices]) ..... 217.88.233.223
* [Garden] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Garden]) ..... 217.88.233.223
* [Myrobalan] (new) ..... 217.228.184.96
* [suki-1999jun-wed001.gif] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=suki-1999jun-wed001.gif]) ..... 217.228.184.96
* [Karl Martino] (new) ..... 217.228.189.175
* [Java] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Java]) ..... 217.228.189.175
* [Tilde] (new) ..... 80.132.44.62
* [Mahatma Gandhi] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Mahatma%20Gandhi]) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Greg Hanek] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Bertram Trautmann] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Edward Tufte] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Edward%20Tufte]) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Factory] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Juice] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [The Best Part of Knowledge] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Auensee] (new) ..... 217.88.226.125
* [Shave] (new) ..... 217.228.180.122
* [Stephen Swid] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Stephen%20Swid]) ..... 80.132.54.214
____September 18, 2002
____September 17, 2002
* [Thomas Merton] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
____September 15, 2002
* [GPS] (new) ..... 80.132.56.100
* [Henry Miller] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Henry%20Miller]) ..... 80.132.56.100
____September 14, 2002
____September 12, 2002
* [Arvind Swami] (new) ..... 217.88.232.51
* [Karl Wiegers] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
____September 11, 2002
* [Development Coordinator] (new) ..... 217.228.184.246
* [Dates] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Dates]) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [General Mills] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Phil Semmer] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Berchtesgaden] (new) ..... 217.228.177.232
* [Oberlahr] (new) ..... 217.228.177.232
* [Eric Costello] (new) ..... 217.228.191.122
* [Mohana Ruben] (new) ..... 217.228.191.122
* [Ken Wilber] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Ken%20Wilber]) ..... 80.132.53.49
* [Anthony de Mello] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Anthony%20de%20Mello]) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Ramana Maharshi] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Ramana%20Maharshi]) ..... 217.88.226.22
* [Gurudeva] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Gurudeva]) ..... 217.88.226.22
* [Guruji] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Guruji]) ..... 217.88.226.22
* [Upanishads] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Upanishads]) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Tamil] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Swami Sivananda] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Swami%20Sivananda]) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [What Makes a House a Home?] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=What%20Makes%20a%20House%20a%20Home%3F]) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Swami Krishnananda] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Ekadasi] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Ekadasi]) ..... 194.39.131.39
____September 1, 2002
* [Johanna Spyri] (new) ..... 217.228.180.2
* [Violin] (new) ..... 217.228.180.2
* [Vipassana] (new) ..... 80.132.57.200
* [Idli] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Idli]) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Wilhelm Zwerger] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Panchakshara] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Panchakshara]) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Satsanga] (new) ..... 217.88.225.59
* [Gayathri Japam] (new) ..... 217.228.188.248
* [Sacred Thread] (new) ..... 217.228.188.248
____August 21, 2002
____August 19, 2002
* [Enzyme] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
____August 16, 2002
* [Giving] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
____August 15, 2002
* [Anita Bora] (new) ..... 80.132.49.154
____August 13, 2002
____August 12, 2002
* [pain] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Kunti] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Kunti]) ..... 194.39.131.39
____August 11, 2002
* [Avul Pakir Jainulabdeen Abdul Kalam] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Avul%20Pakir%20Jainulabdeen%20Abdul%20Kalam]) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Edsger Wybe Dijkstra] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [The Sunfood Cuisine] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Carrot Pudding] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Carrot%20Pudding]) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Moussaka] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Fever] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Mark Paschal] (new) ..... 80.132.62.54
* [Helen Rowland] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Goal] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Goal]) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [What is your goal in this life?] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Wonder] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Samyama] (new) ..... 217.88.239.220
* [Aavani Avittam] (new) ..... 217.88.239.220
* [Devdas] (new) ..... 217.88.226.39
* [Niyama] (new) ..... 80.132.46.136
* [Yama] (new) ..... 80.132.46.136
* [Now] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Tricycle] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Shelley Powers] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Bad Antogast] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Bad%20Antogast]) ..... 217.88.239.4
* [We] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=We]) ..... 80.132.53.184
* [Ego] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Ego]) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Wally Kuskoff] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Dandruff] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Dandruff]) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Be Not Afraid] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Love] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Love]) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Art of Living] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Art%20of%20Living]) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Consultant] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Walk in the Light and Twenty-Three Tales] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Leo Tolstoy] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Bertrand Russell] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Bertrand%20Russell]) ..... 194.39.131.40
____July 21, 2002
* [Ravi Shankar] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Ravi%20Shankar]) ..... 80.132.44.4
* [Die Kunst des Lebens] (new) ..... 80.132.44.4
* [Speyer] (new) ..... 80.132.44.4
* [Berlin] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Berlin]) ..... 80.132.44.4
* [Alan Cohen] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Alan%20Cohen]) ..... 80.132.44.4
* [Rarely Asked Questions] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Rarely%20Asked%20Questions]) ..... 80.132.44.4
* [Om] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Om]) ..... 80.132.55.228
____July 18, 2002
* [42] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Why were we born?] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Willpower] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Willpower]) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Language] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Tattamangalam] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [What is the true meaning of life?] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=What%20is%20the%20true%20meaning%20of%20life%3F]) ..... 80.132.57.125
* [What is the meaning of Life?] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=What%20is%20the%20meaning%20of%20%20Life%3F]) ..... 80.132.57.125
____July 16, 2002
* [Euro] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Euro]) ..... 80.132.59.203
____July 15, 2002
* [edward abbey] (new) ..... 217.88.234.141
* [Tattoo] (new) ..... 217.88.234.141
* [Sadhana] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Sadhana]) ..... 217.88.234.141
* [Mumukshu] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Konrad Reinshagen] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
____July 14, 2002
* [Vimala Thakar] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Vimala%20Thakar]) ..... 217.88.224.54
* [Sadhaka] (new) ..... 217.88.224.54
* [Swami Chidananda] (new) ..... 217.88.224.54
____July 13, 2002
____July 12, 2002
* [Gift] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Self Realization] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
____July 11, 2002
* [Sri Chinmoy] (new) ..... 217.228.178.64
* [Roma] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Roma]) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [OPML] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=OPML]) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Calw] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Calw]) ..... 194.39.131.40
____July 10, 2002
* [Loss] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Meal] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Politics] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Politics]) ..... 217.88.229.191
* [Sulekha] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Sulekha]) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Carl Bard] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Upasarga] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [books] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=books]) ..... 217.228.187.120
* [enlightenment] (new) ..... 217.228.187.120
* [Hindu] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Hindu]) ..... 217.88.231.74
* [Altar] (new) ..... 217.88.231.74
* [Home] (new) ..... 217.88.231.74
* [John Suler] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=John%20Suler]) ..... 217.88.231.74
* [Vairagya] (new) ..... 217.228.178.17
* [Natura non facit saltum] (new) ..... 217.228.178.17
* [Home Remedies] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Home%20Remedies]) ..... 217.228.178.17
* [Brazil] (new) ..... 217.228.178.17
* [iManage] (new) ..... 217.228.178.17
* [Sadhak and Sathi] (new) ..... 217.228.176.107
* [Kaivalya Shivalaya Ashram] (new) ..... 80.132.44.116
* [Vijai Shankar] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Vijai%20Shankar]) ..... 80.132.44.116
____July 1, 2002
* [Oriana Fallaci] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Oriana%20Fallaci]) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Ramesh Balsekar] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [ICE] (new) ..... 80.132.52.107
* [Stephen Covey] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Stephen%20Covey]) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Ginger] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Chervil] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [James Vornov] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Philip Glass] (new) ..... 80.132.55.48
____June 21, 2002
* [RecentChanges] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=RecentChanges]) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [One-Dimensional Man] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Herbert Marcuse] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Epicurus] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Peter Lindberg] (new) ..... 80.132.53.108
* [Brussels] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [WebCopier] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
____June 19, 2002
* [Nick Bolton] (new) ..... 217.228.191.105
* [MailWasher] (new) ..... 217.228.191.105
* [Guitar] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Aurelius Prochazka] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
____June 18, 2002
* [Atal Behari Vajpayee] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Atal%20Behari%20Vajpayee]) ..... 194.39.131.39
____June 17, 2002
* [Mettingen] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Sadness] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
____June 16, 2002
* [Wien] (new) ..... 217.88.236.5
____June 14, 2002
* [Krishnagiri] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
____June 13, 2002
____June 12, 2002
* [Deborah Aquila] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Holiday] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
____June 11, 2002
____June 10, 2002
* [Brian Tracy] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Brian%20Tracy]) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [William Arthur Ward] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=William%20Arthur%20Ward]) ..... 217.88.226.41
* [Python] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Python]) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [TogetherSoft] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Cameron Highlands] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [The Lakehouse] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Jeremy Bentham] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Pisa] (new) ..... 217.88.236.131
* [Eden Project] (new) ..... 217.88.236.131
* [Songs] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Vaseegara] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Pearl Buck] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Daniel Egnor] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Shoshana Zuboff] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Dag Hammarskjold] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Rome] (new) ..... 217.228.187.221
* [John Robb] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=John%20Robb]) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Padman Ramankutty] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Fourteen Precepts] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Thich Nhat Hanh] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Thich%20Nhat%20Hanh]) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Plum Village] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [thich nhat hanh] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=thich%20nhat%20hanh]) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Dreams] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Dreams]) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Jean Giono] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [The Man Who Planted Trees] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Pleiades] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Scotland] (new) ..... 217.88.234.61
* [Barbara Garrison] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Woody Allen] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [work] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=work]) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Marysarah Quinn] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [love] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Job] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Job]) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Forgiveness] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Art of Money Getting] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [P. T. Barnum] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=P.%20T.%20Barnum]) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Darshak Hathi] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Interbeing : Fourteen Guidelines for Engaged Buddhism] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Interbeing%20%3A%20Fourteen%20Guidelines%20for%20Engaged%20Buddhism]) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Advice] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Hannah Whitall Smith] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Chet Huber] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Italy] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Italy]) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [C. S. Lewis] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Paolo Valdemarin] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
____May 21, 2002
* [Mannheim] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Mannheim]) ..... 217.88.237.252
* [Kirsten Zambucka] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Kirsten%20Zambucka]) ..... 217.88.237.252
* [pfingstmontag] (new) ..... 217.88.237.252
____May 19, 2002
* [Lauterbrunnen] (new) ..... 80.132.50.41
* [Ballenberg] (new) ..... 80.132.50.41
* [Titlis] (new) ..... 80.132.50.41
____May 18, 2002
* [haiku] (new) ..... 80.132.56.251
____May 17, 2002
* [Prakash Sritharan] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Prakash%20Sritharan]) ..... 80.132.63.223
* [Dale Carnegie] (new) ..... 217.228.188.81
* [Shiv Khera] (new) ..... 217.228.188.81
* [Arindam Chaudhuri] (new) ..... 217.228.188.81
____May 16, 2002
* [Doris Mortman] (new) ..... 80.132.54.146
____May 15, 2002
* [Socrates] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Socrates]) ..... 217.228.190.47
* [Abentheuer] (new) ..... 217.228.190.47
* [Void] (new) ..... 80.132.42.36
* [Chikkanna] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Chikkanna]) ..... 80.132.42.36
* [Thimmakka] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Thimmakka]) ..... 80.132.42.36
* [Steve Pilgrim] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Steve%20Pilgrim]) ..... 80.132.42.36
____May 14, 2002
* [Humphrey Davy] (new) ..... 80.132.42.57
* [Marianne Williamson] (new) ..... 80.132.53.182
* [Jonathan Livingston Seagull] (new) ..... 80.132.42.105
* [Richard Bach] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Richard%20Bach]) ..... 80.132.42.105
* [Elizabeth Shin] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Elizabeth%20Shin]) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [WC] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [J2EE] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=J2EE]) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Rheumatoid Arthritis] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Rheumatoid%20Arthritis]) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Milk] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Milk]) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [ITA Software] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Carl de Marcken] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Carl%20de%20Marcken]) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Anne Frank] (new) ..... 217.228.188.197
* [Keukenhof] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Keukenhof]) ..... 217.228.182.230
* [Iain Lamb] (new) ..... 80.132.49.174
* [Ethan Diamond] (new) ..... 80.132.49.174
* [Microwave] (new) ..... 80.132.46.224
* [Poetry] (new) ..... 80.132.46.224
* [Kronberg] (new) ..... 80.132.46.224
* [Opel-Zoo] (new) ..... 80.132.46.224
____April 21, 2002
* [Sandhya] (new) ..... 217.228.183.221
* [Zoe Wrede] (new) ..... 217.228.183.221
* [Rothenburg] (new) ..... 217.228.183.221
* [Sjoerd Visscher] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Sjoerd%20Visscher]) ..... 217.88.234.116
* [German Clock Route] (new) ..... 80.132.49.219
* [Floriade] (new) ..... 80.132.49.219
____April 19, 2002
* [Titisee] (new) ..... 217.88.237.121
* [2002] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Genomics] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
____April 16, 2002
* [Ruth Draper] (new) ..... 217.88.233.112
____April 15, 2002
* [Disneyland Paris] (new) ..... 217.228.190.17
____April 14, 2002
* [Reinhold Niebuhr] (new) ..... 217.88.225.123
* [Alfred North Whitehead] (new) ..... 217.88.225.123
* [Chithra Vishu] (new) ..... 217.88.225.123
* [Living in Germany] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Living%20in%20Germany]) ..... 217.88.225.123
* [Ruhezeit] (new) ..... 217.88.225.123
____April 13, 2002
* [The Rhine Falls] (new) ..... 217.228.191.118
* [Deutsche Uhrenstrasse] (new) ..... 80.132.57.143
* [Monastery] (new) ..... 80.132.57.143
* [Herman Hesse] (new) ..... 80.132.57.143
* [Treat] (new) ..... 80.132.57.143
____April 12, 2002
* [From Science to God] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [What] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Peter Russell] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Peter%20Russell]) ..... 194.39.131.40
____April 11, 2002
* [Tulip Inn Marne la Vallée] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Tulip%20Inn%20Marne%20la%20Vall%E9e]) ..... 217.228.190.174
* [George Herbert] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
____April 10, 2002
* [Untertuerkheim] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [The Royal Mail Hotel] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Dunkeld] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Self-Realisation] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Self-Realisation]) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [God-Realisation] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Om Tat Sat] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Aulio] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Aulio]) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Nothing] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [useless] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Lin Yutang] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Lin%20Yutang]) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Severino Antinori] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [New Delhi] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Vision Creates Great Leaders] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Vision%20Creates%20Great%20Leaders]) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Thomas Huxley] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [German] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [The Mountain Path] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Thomas Jefferson] (new) ..... 217.88.225.253
* [Emirates] (new) ..... 217.88.225.253
* [Walldorf] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Walldorf]) ..... 217.88.225.253
* [Untravelled Path] (new) ..... 217.228.188.192
* [Neu's] (new) ..... 217.228.185.39
* [Bud Holland] (new) ..... 217.228.185.39
* [Bamberg] (new) ..... 217.228.185.39
* [Osho Commune] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Osho%20Commune]) ..... 217.228.185.39
* [Radio UserLand] (new) ..... 80.132.41.208
* [Request Tracker] (new) ..... 80.132.41.208
* [Immunization] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Sivananda Daily Readings] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Ann Wells] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [The Pencil Maker] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Referers] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Michael Neff] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Michael%20Neff]) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Salvation] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Richard Leider] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Bad Kohlgrub] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Poonjaji] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Harvard Business Review] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [opml] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Defeat] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Beef] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Roe Gallo] (new) ..... 217.228.181.107
* [Anil Dash] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Sneeze] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Palace] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Norman Walker] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Hyde Flippo] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Leonardo Da Vinci] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Mina Reimer] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [ACID] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
____April 1, 2002
* [respect] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=respect]) ..... 80.132.47.205
* [Unconditional Acceptance] (new) ..... 80.132.47.205
* [Horace Greeley] (new) ..... 80.132.63.20
* [Eugene P. Northrop] (new) ..... 80.132.63.20
____March 31, 2002
* [Capers] (new) ..... 80.132.42.239
* [mozzarella] (new) ..... 80.132.42.239
* [Steven Vore] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Steven%20Vore]) ..... 80.132.57.16
* [Relative and Absolute Happiness] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Relative%20and%20Absolute%20Happiness]) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Communism] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Criticisms] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Sid Taylor] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Adoption] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Adoption]) ..... 217.228.189.73
* [Pizza] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Progesterone] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Progesterone]) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Ultrasound] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Svara Sadhana] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Manfred Baldas] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Sirshasana] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Celery] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Krimml] (new) ..... 217.228.190.165
* [Life in Perspective] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Sadhuragiri] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Srividhya Arvind] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Srividhya%20Arvind]) ..... 217.88.228.114
____March 21, 2002
* [Soloing : Realizing Your Life's Ambition] (new) ..... 217.228.188.87
* [Harriet Rubin] (new) ..... 217.228.188.87
* [Govindappa Venkataswamy] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Govindappa%20Venkataswamy]) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [New Oroville] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Interview with God] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Terrorism] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Terrorism]) ..... 194.39.131.39
____March 19, 2002
* [Henry Ward Beecher] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [A.D.Karve] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
____March 13, 2002
* [Saravanan Natarajan] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Saravanan%20Natarajan]) ..... 203.117.33.24
____March 11, 2002
* [Factelligence] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Linkrot] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Arundhati Roy] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Arundhati%20Roy]) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Ken Burns] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Ceanne DeRohan] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
____March 10, 2002
* [Vasant Lad] (new) ..... 80.132.44.159
* [Panchakarma] (new) ..... 80.132.44.159
* [Celebrating Silence] (new) ..... 217.88.232.93
* [Respect] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Respect]) ..... 217.88.232.93
* [Pam Alexander] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Gayatri Mantra] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Gayatri%20Mantra]) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Gayathri Mantram] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Gayathri%20Mantram]) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Vedanta Life Institute] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Sadhana-Chatushtaya] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Sadhana-Chatushtaya]) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Plutarch] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Four Words] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Four%20Words]) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Laughter] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Victor Borge] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Brian Carnell] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Why] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Why]) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Thomas Paine] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Thomas%20Paine]) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Pierre Teilhard de Chardin] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Pierre%20Teilhard%20de%20Chardin]) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Sudha Ragunathan] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Sudha%20Ragunathan]) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Simplex Veri Sigillum] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Russ Lipton] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Product Process Confirmation] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Abhyanga] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Nationalist] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Nationalist]) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Christmas City Nuremberg] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Christmas%20City%20Nuremberg]) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Rishikesh] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Yama's four letters] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Mahasivaratri] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Sundram Fasteners Limited] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Sundram%20Fasteners%20Limited]) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Seshayee Paper and Boards Limited] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Seshayee%20Paper%20and%20Boards%20Limited]) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Chogyam Trungpa] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Benjamin Franklin] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Oh, Poor India!] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Francois Gautier] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Azim Premji's Success Recipe] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Azim%20Premji%27s%20Success%20Recipe]) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [We Live By choice, Not by Chance.] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Swami Parthasarathy] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Jeremy Stangroom] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Jeremy%20Stangroom]) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Chet Day] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Chet%20Day]) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Andrew Saul] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Alfred Adler] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Mark Caine] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Mark Twain] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Mark%20Twain]) ..... 194.39.131.40
____March 1, 2002
* [Do Not Believe] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Joseph Ross] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Rob Fahrni] (new) ..... 217.88.225.84
* [Mainau] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Software for the brain] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Michael Hewitt-Gleeson] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Marcus Buckingham] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Mother Meera] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Mother%20Meera]) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Daisaku Ikeda] (new) ..... 217.88.224.27
* [Gut Huebenthal] (new) ..... 80.132.40.133
* [Conscious Eating] (new) ..... 217.228.189.236
* [Gabriel Cousens] (new) ..... 217.228.189.236
* [Marko Karppinen] (new) ..... 217.228.189.236
* [Compromise] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Compromise]) ..... 80.132.47.101
* [Tyrell] (new) ..... 80.132.47.101
____February 21, 2002
* [Matthew Lyon] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Tony DiCicco] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Weblog2002January] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Weblog2002January]) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Selfishness] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Lee Lozowick] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Lee%20Lozowick]) ..... 80.132.47.124
____February 19, 2002
* [Greed] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Heaven and Hell] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Manipulation] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Manipulation]) ..... 194.39.131.40
____February 18, 2002
* [The Ayodhya Mandapam] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Mithilapuri Kalyana Mandapam] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [The Garden Diet] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Awareness] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Awareness]) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Ramraj Loewe] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
____February 17, 2002
* [Amsterdam] (new) ..... 217.88.230.51
* [UK] (new) ..... 217.88.230.51
* [Summerhill School] (new) ..... 217.88.230.51
* [A.S.Neill] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=A.S.Neill]) ..... 217.88.230.51
* [George Bernard Shaw] (new) ..... 217.88.230.51
____February 16, 2002
* [Joanne Glasspoole] (new) ..... 217.88.238.247
* [David Weinberger] (new) ..... 217.88.238.247
* [Chris Pirillo] (new) ..... 217.88.238.247
____February 15, 2002
* [Weekly Knowledge] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
____February 14, 2002
* [Days2002February] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Days2002February]) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Painless Software Schedules] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
____February 13, 2002
* [Caux Principles] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Canon] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Kyosei] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Robert Vadra] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Robert%20Vadra]) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Artex] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Ram Samudrala] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [The closing of the american mind] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=The%20closing%20of%20the%20american%20mind]) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Ethics] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Ethics]) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [How do you measure success?] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [L. Murphy Smith] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Quality] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
____February 12, 2002
* [Venice] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Venice]) ..... 194.39.131.40
____February 11, 2002
* [The New Incurables Program] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Bob Frankston] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Dan Bricklin] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [viaweb] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=viaweb]) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Trevor Blackwell] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
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* [Tao Teh Ching] (new) ..... 217.88.226.249
* [Lao Tse] (new) ..... 217.88.226.249
____February 1, 2002
* [What is happiness?] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Growing together as a couple] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
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* [Walter Kretz] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Day11026] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Day11026]) ..... 194.39.131.39
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____January 31, 2002
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* [svarnasharira] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
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* [Greg Smith] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
____January 19, 2002
* [Kaminomoto] (new) ..... 80.132.50.73
____January 18, 2002
* [Slow Dance] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
____January 17, 2002
____January 16, 2002
* [Steve Solomon] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Steve%20Solomon]) ..... 217.228.181.140
____January 15, 2002
____January 14, 2002
* [Water] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Water]) ..... 80.132.46.237
* [Michel de Montaigne] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
____January 12, 2002
* [Spirituality, Yoga, Hinduism page] (new) ..... 80.132.57.23
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* [Henry David Thoreau] (new) ..... 217.228.191.120
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* [Wendell Berry] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Wendell%20Berry]) ..... 217.228.191.120
____January 11, 2002
* [What Is a Human Being?] (new) ..... 217.228.191.67
* [Felice Aull] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Felice%20Aull]) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Hilda Charlton] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
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* [Mattu Pongal] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Jallikattu] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
____January 10, 2002
* [intellectual property] (new) ..... 217.228.179.69
* [Great Virtues of the Dhamma] (new) ..... 217.228.179.69
* [Beware] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Beware]) ..... 217.228.179.69
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* [Michael Hauben] (new) ..... 217.228.179.69
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* [fram] (new) ..... 217.228.179.69
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* [Frédéric Patenaude] (new) ..... 217.228.179.69
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* [Hinduism Today] (new) ..... 217.228.179.69
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* [Alexsandr Solzhenitsyn] (new) ..... 217.228.191.31
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* [Autobiography of a Yogi] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
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* [100 banned books] (new) ..... 217.88.227.145
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* [On Liberty] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=On%20Liberty]) ..... 217.88.227.145
* [Karl-Erik Sveiby] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Karl-Erik%20Sveiby]) ..... 217.88.227.145
* [The Roots of Lisp] (new) ..... 217.88.233.212
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* [brian douglas skinner] (new) ..... 217.88.233.212
* [The Gumption Memo] (new) ..... 217.88.233.212
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* [Mark Kraft] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
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* [A Time for Dialogue about Things That Really Matter] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Soulful Living] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Why They Lie] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [DaimlerChrysler] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
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* [Philippe MARTIN] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Now and Then] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Now%20and%20Then]) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Aradhana Srikanth] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Aradhana%20Srikanth]) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Object-Oriented Programming] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Object-Oriented%20Programming]) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Pair Programming] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Pair%20Programming]) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Extreme Programming] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Extreme%20Programming]) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Literate Programming] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Literate%20Programming]) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Feature Driven Development] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Feature%20Driven%20Development]) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Table Oriented Programming] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Table%20Oriented%20Programming]) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Discourse on the method] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Rene Descartes] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Rene%20Descartes]) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Java Outline Editor] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Tom Van Vleck] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Tom%20Van%20Vleck]) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [We want to live] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Aajonus Vonderplanitz] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Aajonus%20Vonderplanitz]) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [André Radke] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [The Web is generous] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Stan Krute] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Marie von Ebner-Eschenbach] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [When to give away the technology] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=When%20to%20give%20away%20the%20technology]) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Christmas Time] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Christmas%20Time]) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [All Things Must Pass] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=All%20Things%20Must%20Pass]) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Brand New Day] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
____January 1, 2002
* [Multimap] (new) ..... 217.228.186.59
* [Vikas Kamat] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Vikas%20Kamat]) ..... 217.228.186.59
* [Feedback] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Feedback]) ..... 217.228.186.59
* [Children's Literature Web Guide] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Children%27s%20Literature%20Web%20Guide]) ..... 217.228.186.59
* [Some Good TV Habits to Acquire] (new) ..... 217.228.186.59
* [Carla Otto] (new) ..... 62.225.252.251
____December 31, 2001
* [Quaker] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Quaker]) ..... 217.228.185.251
* [Six Ways to Reduce Advertising in Your Life] (new) ..... 217.228.185.251
* [Keep Walking] (new) ..... 217.228.185.251
* [David K. Brown] (new) ..... 217.228.185.251
* [Synergy] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Synergy]) ..... 217.228.185.251
* [Veronica Lynne] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Veronica%20Lynne]) ..... 217.228.185.251
* [Áilleacht] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=%C1illeacht]) ..... 217.228.185.251
* [mama_pendse] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=mama_pendse]) ..... 217.228.185.251
* [2001June] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=2001June]) ..... 217.228.185.251
* [2001August] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=2001August]) ..... 217.228.185.251
* [2001September] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=2001September]) ..... 217.228.185.251
* [2001October] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=2001October]) ..... 217.228.185.251
* [Weblog2001November] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Weblog2001November]) ..... 217.228.185.251
* [MSN Messenger] (new) ..... 217.88.239.189
____December 30, 2001
* [Stephanie Relfe] (new) ..... 217.88.233.132
* [Richard Lenat] (new) ..... 217.88.233.132
* [Yehudi Menuhin] (new) ..... 217.88.233.132
* [Rob Jellinghaus] (new) ..... 217.88.233.132
* [Scott Burton] (new) ..... 217.88.233.132
* [Shirley Lipschutz-Robinson] (new) ..... 217.88.233.132
* [Presario 701EA] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Presario%20701EA]) ..... 217.88.226.105
____December 29, 2001
____December 28, 2001
* [HPI] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Hindu FAQ] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Hindu%20FAQ]) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Cooperation] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Cooperation]) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Peter Koestenbaum] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Top 10 Technologies for 2002] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Tim Berners-Lee] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Sergey Brin] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Larry Page] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Larry%20Page]) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Never settle for the best] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Steve Krug] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Don't make me think!] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
____December 27, 2001
* [The three most difficult things for a human being] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Balanced Living] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Balanced%20Living]) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [John Holt] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [The Natural Child] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [The Natural Child Project] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Jan Hunt] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [InterConnected] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Matt Webb] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Pancha Bhoota Healing] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Ten Things Men Can Do to End Sexism and Male Violence Against Women] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Ten%20Things%20Men%20Can%20Do%20to%20End%20Sexism%20and%20Male%20Violence%20Against%20Women]) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Anton Skorucak] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Holiday Wish] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Peter Suber] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Nomic] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Jeremiah Rogers] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
____December 26, 2001
____December 25, 2001
____December 24, 2001
* [OmniWeb] (new) ..... 62.225.252.251
____December 22, 2001
* [suki-2001Nov25-Salzburg] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=suki-2001Nov25-Salzburg]) ..... kishore
____December 21, 2001
* [Drive10] (new) ..... 62.225.252.252
* [Famine] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Kevin Carter] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Significant] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Zeistgeist] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Tunku Varadarajan] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Cicero] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Chris Sheridan] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Martin Farquhar Tupper] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [W. Bruce Cameron] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Lessons] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Lessons]) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [The real meaning of peace] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
____December 20, 2001
* [Java Modeling In Color With UML] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Stephen Palmer] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Stephen%20Palmer]) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Jeff de Luca] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Jeff%20de%20Luca]) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [LinkBaton] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=LinkBaton]) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [The Pursuit of Wow!] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Tom Peters] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [WOW] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
____December 19, 2001
* [Russell H. Conwell] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Acres of Diamonds] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Philip James Bailey] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Where is God?] (new) ..... 172.177.174.96
* [Vow of silence] (new) ..... 172.177.174.96
* [M & M's] (new) ..... 172.179.46.214
* [James Allen] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [As A Man Thinketh] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Attitude is Everything] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Jeff Keller] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Jeff%20Keller]) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Ani Moller] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Ben Brown] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Derek Powazek] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Design for Community] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
____December 18, 2001
* [Margaret Mead] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Oliver Breidenbach] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Wise Old Man] (new) ..... 172.176.73.13
* [Bed Time] (new) ..... 172.176.73.13
* [God will save me] (new) ..... 172.176.73.13
* [AssAssINation by Sardhar] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=AssAssINation%20by%20Sardhar]) ..... 172.176.73.13
* [Buckminster Fuller] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Ian Strecker] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Doug Baron] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Doug%20Baron]) ..... 194.39.131.40
____December 17, 2001
* [Rabindranath Tagore] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Aristotle] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Aristotle]) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Nicomachean Ethics] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Jason Levine] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Jason%20Levine]) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [BroaderMinds] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
____December 15, 2001
____December 14, 2001
* [Sharon Holdstock] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Sharon%20Holdstock]) ..... 194.39.131.39
____December 13, 2001
* [This too shall pass] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Four Great Lessons] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Four%20Great%20Lessons]) ..... 172.176.253.120
* [AnnapoornaShothram] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=AnnapoornaShothram]) ..... 172.176.253.120
* [Shri Mahalakshmi Ashtakam] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Shri%20Mahalakshmi%20Ashtakam]) ..... 172.176.253.120
* [Hanuman Jayanti] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Hanuman%20Jayanti]) ..... 172.176.253.120
* [ShreeRamanavami] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=ShreeRamanavami]) ..... 172.176.253.120
* [Karthigai] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Karthigai]) ..... 172.176.253.120
* [Straight from the Gut] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Straight%20from%20the%20Gut]) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Skandha Sashti] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Skandha%20Sashti]) ..... 172.176.253.120
* [Jack Welch] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Jack%20Welch]) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Bruno Cancellieri] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Personal Mind Organizer] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Tom Robbins] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Carnatic] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [First Knight] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [BMW] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=BMW]) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Mac OS X applications] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Mac%20OS%20X%20applications]) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Sheila Simmons] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Sheila%20Simmons]) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [CREATIVITY: Unleashing the Forces Within] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [InnerSelf] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [John Muir] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=John%20Muir]) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Mac OS X Applications] (new) ..... 172.178.38.149
* [Mac OS X] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Mac%20OS%20X]) ..... 172.178.38.149
* [Holi] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Holi]) ..... 172.178.38.149
____December 12, 2001
* [Sabrina Nelson] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [VegSource] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Sathyakama Sandilya] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Eicher] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [S Sandilya] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=S%20Sandilya]) ..... 194.39.131.39
____December 11, 2001
* [Fasts] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Fasts]) ..... 172.177.37.87
* [Torah] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Torah]) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Chris Mitchell] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Chris%20Mitchell]) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Holy] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Holy]) ..... 172.177.37.87
* [Rabbi Hillel] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Soul Boosters] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Ian Alexander] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [The Spiritwalk Reader] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=The%20Spiritwalk%20Reader]) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [John December] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [New York City] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [How to kill a Lion] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=How%20to%20kill%20a%20Lion]) ..... 172.178.0.65
* [Mortimer Jerome Adler] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Nataraj Books] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Nataraj%20Books]) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Christian Kwyas] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Christian%20Kwyas]) ..... 194.39.131.40
____December 10, 2001
* [Free Speech] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Jean-Paul Sartre] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Zell am See] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Zell%20am%20See]) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Recipe for th year 2002] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Recipe%20for%20th%20year%202002]) ..... 172.176.106.46
* [Siva Vaidhyanathan] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [The Hedgehog and the Fox] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Isaiah Berlin] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Isaiah%20Berlin]) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [AppleScript] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=AppleScript]) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Image Capture] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Derk Richardson] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [The Fragrance of the Rose] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=The%20Fragrance%20of%20the%20Rose]) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Anthony de Mello, SJ] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Anthony%20de%20Mello%2C%20SJ]) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [William James] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Elegant Hack] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Digital IXUS] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Digital%20IXUS]) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Choosing a Digital Camera] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Digital Camera] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Digital%20Camera]) ..... 194.39.131.39
____December 9, 2001
____December 8, 2001
* [test] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=test]) ..... 172.177.203.108
____December 7, 2001
* [iMac] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=iMac]) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Tools] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Tools]) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [TamilStar Entertainment] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Alai Payuthe] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [The Matrix] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Maayi] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [The Mask of Zorro] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Peter Longo] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [16 Ways to Be a Smarter Teacher] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Great Books Index] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Ken Roberts] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
____December 6, 2001
* [Horse] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Horse]) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Cat] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Cat]) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Goat] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Goat]) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [The End of the World] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=The%20End%20of%20the%20World]) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Who Am I?] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Who%20Am%20I%3F]) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Why the future doesn't need us.] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Benjamin Kuipers] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Benjamin%20Kuipers]) ..... 194.39.131.39
____December 5, 2001
* [LimeWire] (new) ..... 172.178.17.192
* [ONLIFE, Online] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=ONLIFE%2C%20Online]) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [The Ten Marks of a Happy Marriage] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=The%20Ten%20Marks%20of%20a%20Happy%20Marriage]) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [The Mother] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=The%20Mother]) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Sri Aurobindo] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Sri%20Aurobindo]) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Repetition, Generativity, and Patterns] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Richard P. Gabriel] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Richard%20P.%20Gabriel]) ..... 194.39.131.39
____December 4, 2001
* [Notes on the Synthesis of Form] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Corporate Rebels] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Lessons From The Science of Nothing At All] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [The Search for Beauty] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Stuttgart] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Stuttgart]) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [John Patrick] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Net Attitude] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Webcam] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [QuickCam] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [CoolCam] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
____December 3, 2001
* [Worse Is Better] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Worse%20Is%20Better]) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [The Nature of Order] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Christopher Alexander] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Christopher%20Alexander]) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [ideas on office furniture and interiors] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Dan Simmons] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Innsbruck] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Innsbruck]) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Buddha] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [National Geographic] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Quotes - Enjoy] (new) ..... 172.176.180.6
* [Enjoy] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Enjoy]) ..... 172.176.180.6
* [Spiritwalk] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Roger Ebsen] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Roger%20Ebsen]) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Enron's Cows] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Enron%27s%20Cows]) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Craig Jensen] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Craig%20Jensen]) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [George Harrison] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
____December 2, 2001
* [Travelogue] (new) ..... 172.178.16.30
____November 30, 2001
* [Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Moving from anger into sadness...] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Moving%20from%20anger%20into%20sadness...]) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Why do you contradict yourself?] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Why%20do%20you%20contradict%20yourself%3F]) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Is there a law of karma?] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Is%20there%20a%20law%20of%20karma%3F]) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [I often panic, and worry that I might go mad....] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=I%20often%20panic%2C%20and%20worry%20that%20I%20might%20go%20mad....]) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Why is love so painful?] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Why%20is%20love%20so%20painful%3F]) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Love and God at Work] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Love%20and%20God%20at%20Work]) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [I feel so much anger towards my mother....] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=I%20feel%20so%20much%20anger%20towards%20my%20mother....]) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [The algebra of infinite justice] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=The%20algebra%20of%20infinite%20justice]) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Why so much conflict between the different religions?] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Why%20so%20much%20conflict%20between%20the%20different%20religions%3F]) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Understanding the Lessons of September 11] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Understanding%20the%20Lessons%20of%20September%2011]) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Consequences of Anger] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Consequences%20of%20Anger]) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Science, Religion and the Big Bang Theory] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Science%2C%20Religion%20and%20the%20Big%20Bang%20Theory]) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [What is wrong with being in a hurry?] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=What%20is%20wrong%20with%20being%20in%20a%20hurry%3F]) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [What is jealousy and why does it hurt so much?] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=What%20is%20jealousy%20and%20why%20does%20it%20hurt%20so%20much%3F]) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Disconnecting the emotions from mother's death] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Disconnecting%20the%20emotions%20from%20mother%27s%20death]) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Could you say something about forgiveness?] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Could%20you%20say%20something%20about%20forgiveness%3F]) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [I am concerned about my friends drinking habits] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=I%20am%20concerned%20about%20my%20friends%20drinking%20habits]) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [The Roots of Obesity] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=The%20Roots%20of%20Obesity]) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Frederick P. Brooks, Jr.] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Frederick%20P.%20Brooks%2C%20Jr.]) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [RecentVisitors] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=RecentVisitors]) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Ganesha Symbolism] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Ganesha%20Symbolism]) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Definitions Redefined] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Definitions%20Redefined]) ..... 172.179.116.58
* [Definitions Refined] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Definitions%20Refined]) ..... 172.179.116.58
* [Read It and Think It] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Read%20It%20and%20Think%20It]) ..... 172.179.116.58
* [Teacher & Students] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Teacher%20%26%20Students]) ..... 172.179.116.58
* [whodunnit] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=whodunnit]) ..... 172.179.116.58
* [Cool Tools] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Cool%20Tools]) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [CityDesk] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
____November 29, 2001
* [Lynx] (new) ..... 172.176.104.141
* [Fink] (new) ..... 172.176.104.141
* [Web Nerd Bookshelf] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [SQL for Web Nerds] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [The Hindu Universe] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Namoh Namah] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Namoh%20Namah]) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Shri Kanchi Kamakoti Peetham] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [The Wooden Bowl] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=The%20Wooden%20Bowl]) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Gleanings] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Banana] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Banana]) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Romy and Lisa] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [The Six Mistakes of Man] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=The%20Six%20Mistakes%20of%20Man]) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Asha Bhosle] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Asha%20Bhosle]) ..... 194.39.131.39
____November 28, 2001
* [DrScheme] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Scheme] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Scheme]) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [IDLE] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=IDLE]) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Olin Shivers] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Teach Yourself Scheme in Fixnum Days] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [suki-2001may-Amsterdam] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=suki-2001may-Amsterdam]) ..... 172.178.70.211
* [Photos] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Photos]) ..... 172.178.70.211
____November 27, 2001
* [Politics and the English Language] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Autos] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Autos]) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [BASIC] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Pascal] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [C] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Unix] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Health Education Library for People] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Neem] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
____November 26, 2001
* [Matthias Felleisen] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Philip and Alex's Guide to Web Publishing] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [How to Design Programs] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=How%20to%20Design%20Programs]) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Structure and Interpretation of Computer Programs] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [The Elements of Style] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [The Software Conspiracy] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=The%20Software%20Conspiracy]) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Programming Wisdom Center] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Gernot Katzer] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Unified Modeling Language] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Peter Coad] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Peopleware] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Peopleware]) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [The Cathedral and the Bazaar] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [The Psychology of Computer Programming] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=The%20Psychology%20of%20Computer%20Programming]) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Gerald M. Weinberg] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [The Mythical Man-Month] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=The%20Mythical%20Man-Month]) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Wayne Dyer] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Eric Steven Raymond] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
____November 23, 2001
* [FranklinCovey Articles] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=FranklinCovey%20Articles]) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [FranklinCovey Knowledge Expo] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [FranklinCovey] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=FranklinCovey]) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Mother Teresa] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Mother%20Teresa]) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [The Simpler Life] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Deborah Deford] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Shaun] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Gangan Prathap] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Gangan%20Prathap]) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Reflections on science & technology, policies and philosophy] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Reflections%20on%20science%20%26%20technology%2C%20policies%20and%20philosophy]) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Jeyaalaki Arunagirinathan] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Basic Management Skills] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Basic%20Management%20Skills]) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Articles on Organising] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Articles%20on%20Organising]) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Cyndi Seidler] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Gerard M Blair] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [World Attractions] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [World Travel Guide] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [The World Heritage List] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Back Doors] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Hallstatt] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Rick Steves] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
____November 22, 2001
* [Ken Thompson] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Dennis Ritchie] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Dennis%20Ritchie]) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [C++] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Bjarne Stroustrup] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Brian Kernighan] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Doc Searls] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Doc%20Searls]) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [mySQL] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=mySQL]) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Rasmus Lerdorf] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Poor Man's Zope] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [How to Think Like a Computer Scientist] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=How%20to%20Think%20Like%20a%20Computer%20Scientist]) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Allen Downey] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Guido van Rossum] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Computer Programming for Everybody] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [German Vocabulary] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
People] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Is life really meaningless?] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Is%20life%20really%20meaningless%3F]) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Ed Yourdon] (new) ..... 172.177.240.151
* [Software Development Magazine] (new) ..... 172.177.240.151
* [The Guild Library] (new) ..... 172.177.240.151
* [The Atlantic Systems Guild] (new) ..... 172.177.240.151
* [Electronic Review of Computer Books] (new) ..... 172.177.240.151
* [The Future Does Not Compute] (new) ..... 172.177.240.151
* [About Face] (new) ..... 172.177.240.151
* [Rapid Development] (new) ..... 172.177.240.151
* [The Dynamics of Software Development] (new) ..... 172.177.240.151
* [The Pragmatic Programmer] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=The%20Pragmatic%20Programmer]) ..... 172.177.240.151
* [Microserfs] (new) ..... 172.177.240.151
* [Things a Computer Scientist Rarely Talks About] (new) ..... 172.177.240.151
* [Donald Knuth] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Donald%20Knuth]) ..... 172.177.240.151
* [Developer Works] (new) ..... 172.177.240.151
* [Living and Raw Foods] (new) ..... 172.177.240.151
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* [Wayne Downing] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Wayne%20Downing]) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [HEARTICULTURE] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=HEARTICULTURE]) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [The Invitation] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=The%20Invitation]) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [ReleaseNotes] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=ReleaseNotes]) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [WikiWikiWeb] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=WikiWikiWeb]) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [SandBox] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=SandBox]) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [FrontPage] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=FrontPage]) ..... 194.39.131.40
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* [EditText] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=EditText]) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [ConvertSpacesToTabs] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=ConvertSpacesToTabs]) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [AddingPages] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=AddingPages]) ..... 194.39.131.40
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* [PhpWikiAdministration] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=PhpWikiAdministration]) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [MoreAboutMechanics] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=MoreAboutMechanics]) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Erode] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Erode]) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Internet Application Workbook] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Walden] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [The Age of Reason] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Murugan Bhakti] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Patrick David Harrigan] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Patrick%20David%20Harrigan]) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Sri Skanda Sashti] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
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* [Looking Back: 14 Years of Tips] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Looking%20Back%3A%2014%20Years%20of%20Tips]) ..... kishore
* [HTML Validation Service] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Gerald Oskoboiny] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Elektronische Fahrplanauskunft Baden-Wuerttemberg] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [IT jokes] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=IT%20jokes]) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [How to set and Achieve Goals] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=How%20to%20set%20and%20Achieve%20Goals]) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Charles du Bois] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Jonathan Wallace] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Jonathan%20Wallace]) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [The Ethical Spectacle] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [World AIDS Day] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Amy Wohl] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Clay Shirky] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Buy Nothing Day] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
____November 19, 2001
* [John Taylor Gatto] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [The Mask] (new) ..... 172.179.153.45
* [honesty vs practical] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=honesty%20vs%20practical]) ..... 172.179.153.45
* [SupriyaSaravanaKumar] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=SupriyaSaravanaKumar]) ..... 172.179.153.45
* [Munnich] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Munnich]) ..... 172.179.153.45
* [A Brief History of Time] (new) ..... 155.56.66.11
* [Stephen Hawking] (new) ..... 155.56.66.11
* [Lagaan] (new) ..... 155.56.66.11
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* [Christina Wodtke] (new) ..... 172.178.7.68
* [How to Write a Software Specification] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=How%20to%20Write%20a%20Software%20Specification]) ..... 172.178.7.68
____November 16, 2001
* [Bruce Eckel] (new) ..... 172.178.28.106
* [The Best Things in Life] (new) ..... 155.56.66.13
* [The Machine That Changed the World : The Story of Lean Production] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=The%20Machine%20That%20Changed%20the%20World%20%3A%20The%20Story%20of%20Lean%20Production]) ..... 155.56.66.13
* [MIT Sloan Management Review] (new) ..... 155.56.66.13
* [Tim Pozar] (new) ..... 155.56.66.11
* [SrividhyaArvind] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=SrividhyaArvind]) ..... 172.178.10.59
____November 15, 2001
* [C. Mohan] (new) ..... 155.56.66.13
* [The Invisible Future: The Seamless Integration of Technology into Everyday Life] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=The%20Invisible%20Future%3A%20The%20Seamless%20Integration%20of%20Technology%20into%20Everyday%20Life]) ..... 155.56.66.13
* [Peter J. Denning] (new) ..... 155.56.66.13
* [Jonathan Abrams] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Jonathan%20Abrams]) ..... 155.56.66.13
* [Art and the Zen of web sites] (new) ..... 155.56.66.13
* [How to Prepare an Effective Resume] (new) ..... 155.56.66.13
* [Viktor Frankl] (new) ..... 155.56.66.13
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* [George Orwell] (new) ..... 155.56.66.13
* [Henry D. Thoreau] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Henry%20D.%20Thoreau]) ..... 155.56.66.13
* [Books That Changed My Life] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Books%20That%20Changed%20My%20Life]) ..... 155.56.66.13
* [Kins Collins] (new) ..... 155.56.66.13
* [Eric Rawlins] (new) ..... 155.56.66.13
* [Rick Saenz] (new) ..... 155.56.66.13
* [How I became a Hindu] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=How%20I%20became%20a%20Hindu]) ..... 155.56.66.13
* [Sita Ram Goel] (new) ..... 155.56.66.13
* [Shoba Narayan] (new) ..... 155.56.66.13
* [Nathan Wallace] (new) ..... 155.56.66.11
* [e-gineer] (new) ..... 155.56.66.11
* [Peter Hilton] (new) ..... 155.56.66.11
* [Ken Coar] (new) ..... 155.56.66.11
____November 12, 2001
* [Bill Clinton] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Bill%20Clinton]) ..... 155.56.66.13
* [Richard Fritzson] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Richard%20Fritzson]) ..... 155.56.66.13
* [Eric Margolis] (new) ..... 155.56.66.11
____November 11, 2001
* [Sitaraman Periasamy] (new) ..... 172.177.64.89
* [Beyond Vegetarianism] (new) ..... 172.177.64.89
* [50 Divine Thoughts] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=50%20Divine%20Thoughts]) ..... 172.177.64.89
* [Sri Chandrasekharendra Saraswathi] (new) ..... 172.177.64.89
* [KJ Yesudas] (new) ..... 172.177.64.89
* [Soil And Health Library] (new) ..... 172.177.64.89
* [blogdex] (new) ..... 172.177.64.89
____November 10, 2001
* [John R. Henderson] (new) ..... 172.178.152.44
* [All Things Web] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=All%20Things%20Web]) ..... 172.178.152.44
* [Confucius] (new) ..... 172.178.152.44
* [Sogyal Rinpoche] (new) ..... 172.178.152.44
* [Dan Gillmor] (new) ..... 172.178.152.44
* [Dori Smith] (new) ..... 172.178.152.44
* [David Rogers] (new) ..... 172.178.152.44
* [Alwin Hawkins] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Alwin%20Hawkins]) ..... 172.178.152.44
* [Jeff Cheney] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Jeff%20Cheney]) ..... 172.178.152.44
* [Brad Pettit] (new) ..... 172.178.152.44
* [Jake Savin] (new) ..... 172.178.152.44
* [Oliver Wrede] (new) ..... 172.178.152.44
* [Sean P. Floyd] (new) ..... 172.178.152.44
* [Eric Kidd] (new) ..... 172.178.152.44
* [Lawrence Lee] (new) ..... 172.178.152.44
* [Brent Simmons] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Brent%20Simmons]) ..... 172.178.152.44
____November 9, 2001
* [Joel Snyder] (new) ..... 155.56.66.11
* [Kris] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Kris]) ..... 155.56.66.11
* [Project Leader] (new) ..... 155.56.66.11
* [Freeman Thomas] (new) ..... 155.56.66.11
* [Stephen Knapp] (new) ..... 155.56.66.13
* [David Allen] (new) ..... 155.56.66.13
* [Martha Schindler] (new) ..... 155.56.66.13
* [Wai Genriiu] (new) ..... 155.56.66.13
* [Geoff Goodfellow] (new) ..... 155.56.66.13
* [www.carnatic.com/usha/] (new) ..... 172.179.129.208
* [www.carnatic.com/ushaBalakrishnan/] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=www.carnatic.com%2FushaBalakrishnan%2F]) ..... 172.179.129.208
* [Andre Durand] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Andre%20Durand]) ..... 155.56.66.11
____November 8, 2001
* [Weblogs] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Weblogs]) ..... 155.56.66.11
* [Rebecca Blood] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Rebecca%20Blood]) ..... 155.56.66.11
* [William Damon] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=William%20Damon]) ..... 155.56.66.13
* [Gudrun Veyel] (new) ..... 155.56.66.11
____November 7, 2001
* [Susan A. Kitchens] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Susan%20A.%20Kitchens]) ..... 155.56.66.11
* [Guy Kawasaki] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Guy%20Kawasaki]) ..... 155.56.66.11
* [Conversation of William Knott and Mr Watt.] (new) ..... 155.56.66.11
* [Bruce Mau] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Bruce%20Mau]) ..... 155.56.66.11
* [Count your blessings] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Count%20your%20blessings]) ..... 155.56.66.11
* [Global Village] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Global%20Village]) ..... 155.56.66.11
* [Hal B. Rager] (new) ..... 155.56.66.11
* [Eliot Shephard] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Eliot%20Shephard]) ..... 155.56.66.11
* [Wesley Felter] (new) ..... 155.56.66.11
* [Dan Chan] (new) ..... 155.56.66.11
* [Srila Prabhupada] (new) ..... 155.56.66.13
____November 6, 2001
* [Jakob Nielsen] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Jakob%20Nielsen]) ..... 194.39.131.40
* [Joseph Mercola] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Srikanth Sivaraman] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Srikanth%20Sivaraman]) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Akila Srikanth] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Akila%20Srikanth]) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Vincent Laforet] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Weblogger-Daily] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Seth Dillingham] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Webloggers] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Jim Roepcke] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Jim%20Roepcke]) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Kiran Bedi] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Bharti Vyas] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
____November 5, 2001
* [Mentors] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Mentors]) ..... 172.178.6.57
____November 4, 2001
____November 3, 2001
* [Obstacles to Happiness] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Obstacles%20to%20Happiness]) ..... 172.178.7.2
____November 2, 2001
* [vandana shiva] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=vandana%20shiva]) ..... 172.178.64.151
____November 1, 2001
* [AUTOSTADT] (new) ..... 172.176.215.120
* [we] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=we]) ..... 172.176.215.120
* [Strawberry] (new) ..... 172.176.215.120
* [Durian] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Durian]) ..... 172.176.215.120
* [Mango] (new) ..... 172.176.215.120
* [K.V. Swamy] (new) ..... 172.176.215.120
* [Grayson Harding] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Grayson%20Harding]) ..... 172.176.215.120
* [Dan Sanderson] (new) ..... 172.176.215.120
____October 31, 2001
* [George Monbiot] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Badminton] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
____October 30, 2001
* [Mad Cowboy] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
____October 29, 2001
* [Mosaraf Ali] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Mosaraf%20Ali]) ..... 172.179.22.13
____October 28, 2001
____October 25, 2001
____October 24, 2001
____October 23, 2001
____October 22, 2001
* [Vandana Shiva] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Vandana%20Shiva]) ..... 194.39.131.40
____October 19, 2001
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____October 16, 2001
____October 15, 2001
____October 14, 2001
* [abcde] (new) ..... 149.225.122.56
____October 12, 2001
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____September 3, 2001
____September 2, 2001
* [My Happiness Purpose] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=My%20Happiness%20Purpose]) ..... 212.197.146.22
____September 1, 2001
____August 31, 2001
____August 28, 2001
____August 26, 2001
____August 24, 2001
* [My Arts & Crafts] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=My%20Arts%20%26%20Crafts]) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [www.carnatic.com/pictures/Horse.gif] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=www.carnatic.com%2Fpictures%2FHorse.gif]) ..... 212.197.147.143
* [www.carnatic.com/pictures/paintedcat2.gif] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=www.carnatic.com%2Fpictures%2Fpaintedcat2.gif]) ..... 212.197.147.143
* [www.carnatic.com/pictures/paintedgoat1.gif] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=www.carnatic.com%2Fpictures%2Fpaintedgoat1.gif]) ..... 212.197.145.7
____August 23, 2001
____August 22, 2001
____August 21, 2001
* [[suki-1999Apr-Engagement] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=%5Bsuki-1999Apr-Engagement]) ..... 212.197.148.58
* [suki-1999Apr-Engagement] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=suki-1999Apr-Engagement]) ..... 212.197.148.58
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____August 6, 2001
* [The Course Details] (new) ..... 194.39.131.40
____August 5, 2001
* [2001August05] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=2001August05]) ..... kishore
* [2001August04] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=2001August04]) ..... 212.197.144.162
____August 4, 2001
____August 1, 2001
____July 31, 2001
____July 30, 2001
____July 29, 2001
* [2001 July 29] (new) ..... 212.197.144.162
____July 25, 2001
____June 21, 2001
* [Weblog20010621] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [InterestingPeople] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
____June 17, 2001
ReleaseNotes
PhpWiki 1.2 is a huge advance over version 1.0:
PhpWiki 1.1.9 includes Spanish language pages, a full implementation for
PhpWiki 1.1.6 is a major revision of PhpWiki. The ability to have themes (via an
!!!<h1>
As we move towards a 1.2 release we will be adding logging, top ten most active
Below are the release notes for version 1.03, the last release of the 1.0 PhpWiki
Version 1.0 is a near-perfect clone of the Portland Pattern Repository, http://c2.com/cgi-bin/wiki?WikiWikiWeb. In truth, I was using the Wiki script you can download from there as a model; that Wiki lacks a number of features the PPR has, like EditCopy. So in truth PhpWiki is a kind of hybrid of the PPR and the generic Wiki you can get from there (which is written in Perl).
Version 1.01 includes a patch that fixes a small error with rendering <hr> lines. Thanks to Gerry Barksdale.
TestPage
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TextFormattingRules
* [1], [2], [3], [4] refer to remote references. Click EditLinks on the edit form to enter URLs. These differ from the newer linking scheme; references are unique to a page.
WabiSabi
2003 May 01 - Email from http://www.leonardkoren.com/ - "I wrote a book in 1994 titled [WABI-SABI: for Artists, Designers,Poets & Philosophers|http://www.leonardkoren.com/lkwa.html] ...In the repeated--ad infinitum--wiki world, you mention my name and put quotation marks around some of the words from my book, but not all..." - I quote all the words...
The concepts of wabi-sabi correlate with the concepts of Zen Buddhism, as the first Japanese involved with wabi-sabi were tea masters, priests, and monks who practiced Zen. Zen Buddhism originated in India, traveled to China in the 6th century, and was first introduced in Japan around the 12th century. Zen emphasizes "direct, intuitive insight into transcendental truth beyond all intellectual conception." At the core of wabi- sabi is the importance of transcending ways of looking and thinking about things/existence.
Articles
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* 2002 Jan 10 : [Great Virtues of the Dhamma]
* 2002 Jan 10 : [How to Mend Your Parachute]
* 2002 January 01 : [Six Ways to Reduce Advertising in Your Life]
* 2001 Dec 28 : [Layoff] Lessons
* 2001 Dec 28 : [Top 10 Technologies for 2002]
* 2001 Dec 28 : [Never settle for the best]
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* [Is life really meaningless?] (added 2001 October 04 )
* [What is the meaning of Life?] (added 2001 October 10 )
* [Mind -- Friend or Foe?] (added 2001 August 12)
* [I am concerned about my friends drinking habits] (added 2001 August 12)
* [What is wrong with being in a hurry?] (added 2001 August 14)
* [What is jealousy and why does it hurt so much?] (added 2001 August 12)
* [I feel so much anger towards my mother....] (added 2001 August 20)
* [I suffer immensely from loneliness....] (added 2001 August 12)
* [Why so much conflict between the different religions?] (added 2001 August 12)
* [I often panic, and worry that I might go mad....] (added 2001 August 12)
* [Moving from anger into sadness...] (added 2001 August 12)
* [Why do you contradict yourself?] (added 2001 August 12)
* [Why is love so painful?] (added 2001 August 12)
* [Is there a law of karma?] (added 2001 August 12)
* [Could you say something about forgiveness?] (added 2001 August 12)
* [What is your view on sex addictions?] (added 2001 August 12)
* [What about drugs?] (added 2001 August 12)
* [IWhat is a free man?] (added 2001 August 12)
* [Why do I lose focus?] (added 2001 August 11)
* [Only a Ripe Fruit Falls|http://oz.sannyas.net/quotes/19740517.htm]
* [The Human Rights Declaration: Hypocrisy of a barbarous society |http://oz.sannyas.net/quotes/19861225.htm]
* [The 18 ities|http://www.sivanandadlshq.org/teachings/18ities.htm]
# [Understanding the Lessons of September 11]
* 2001 Dec 27 : [Ten Things Men Can Do to End Sexism and Male Violence Against Women]
* 2001 Oct 05 : [The algebra of infinite justice]
* Thoreau -[Life without Principle|http://eserver.org/thoreau/life1.html]
* [Looking Back: 14 Years of Tips] - travel
[The 12 Principles of Collaboration|http://www.mongoosetech.com/realcommunities/12prin.html]
How to survive a Heart attack
__'' Update : 2002 11 19 - HOAX - FALSE - see http://www.snopes.com/toxins/coughcpr.htm ''__
Let's say it's 6:15 p.m. and you're driving home (alone of
has only about 10 seconds left before losing consciousness.
__'' Update : 2002 11 19 - HOAX - FALSE - see http://www.snopes.com/toxins/coughcpr.htm ''__
Welcome
* [The Meditations|http://classics.mit.edu/Antoninus/meditations.html] - By Marcus Aurelius - Written 167 A.C.E.
* [The Internet Classics Archive|http://classics.mit.edu/] - 441 searchable works of classical literature ( as of 2001 July 29 )
Karmasaya
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Nonviolence and us
Posted by Kishore Balakrishnan, 6/3/01 at 10:08:40 AM.
This article appeared as one of two articles on the grimmest of workplace phenomena: homicide in Business Horizons/ March-April 1995.  The full extent of this problem appears subject to some debate, but no one who reads the newspapers or listen to CNN Headlines News escape the conclusion that violence is spilling over from the streets onto the job.  Thus, it seems quite appropriate - doubly so, in view of a forthcoming issue featuring an article from A.T. Kearney's research sizing up India as the "New Asian Tiger" - that we examine the following reflection by Mr. Arun Gandhi, grandson of the Mahatma, Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi.
Using the analogy of electricity, Gandhi, my grandfather, taught me about anger when I was 13 years old.  He said that anger can be as deadly as electricity if we abuse it, or just as useful if treated with respect and intelligence.  He suggested that I keep an "anger journal" into which I should pour my anger without inhibition, then read it periodically to find ways of improving.  A life that is not periodically examined, after all, is a life not worth living.  Gandhi said that the cardinal principles of my life should be: Do not do to others what you do not want others to do to you.  This helped me find ways to deal with my anger positively.  The journal also provided me with a written record of my emotions so that weeks, months, or even years later I could study the changes that did or did not take place in me.  It taught me how to become selfless and think about others while thinking about myself.
Religion
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Sandhyavandanam
2002 August 19 : [Karmas and Diseases|http://www.dlshq.org/download/karmadisease.htm] : A twice-born who casts away his thread, does not keep tuft, and does not perform Sandhya-Vandana gets impotence and fits of insanity.
!!1) Aachamanam
The forefinger and the middle finger should be bent and by the thumb and second finger, the nose must be touched, on either side, the right nostril should be closed and air must be taken slowly by the left nostril and then that should be closed and after a time the air slowly sent out by the right nostril. The inhaling is called Puraka, the retaining Kumbhaka and the exhaling Rechaka. The proportion of time of these three viz. Puraka, Kumbhaka and Rechaka should be in the ratio 1: 3: 2.
!!10) GAYATRI NYASAH
!!11) GAYATRI-UPASTHANAM
!!12) SURYA UPASTHANAM
!!13) SAMASHTYABHIVAADANAM
!!14) DIGDEVATA VANDANAM
!!15) YAMA VANDANAM
!!16) HARIVANADANAM
!!17) SURYANARAYANA VANDANAM
!!18) SAMARPANAM
Index
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! Categories: [2017|http://www.carnatic.com/karmasaya/index.php?category=2017],
[2016|http://www.carnatic.com/karmasaya/index.php?category=2016],
[2015|http://www.carnatic.com/karmasaya/index.php?category=2015],
[2014|http://www.carnatic.com/karmasaya/index.php?category=2014],
[2013|http://www.carnatic.com/karmasaya/index.php?category=2013],
[2012|http://www.carnatic.com/karmasaya/index.php?category=2012],
[2011|http://www.carnatic.com/karmasaya/index.php?category=2011],
[2010|http://www.carnatic.com/karmasaya/index.php?category=2010], [2009|http://www.carnatic.com/karmasaya/index.php?category=2009],
[2005|http://www.carnatic.com/karmasaya/index.php?category=2005], [2004|http://www.carnatic.com/karmasaya/index.php?category=2004], [2003|http://www.carnatic.com/karmasaya/index.php?category=2003], [2002|http://www.carnatic.com/karmasaya/index.php?category=2002], [2001|http://www.carnatic.com/karmasaya/index.php?category=2001], [2000|http://www.carnatic.com/karmasaya/index.php?category=2000],
[2000|http://www.carnatic.com/karmasaya/index.php?category=1999],
[2000|http://www.carnatic.com/karmasaya/index.php?category=1971]
* [iMac], [Presario 701EA]
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20021230
[Days] > 20021230
RAQ
* 2001 December 12 : [The Meaning of Life]
* 2001 December 12 : [The End of the World]
Books
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2009 09 21 mon via http://ff.im/8rWbg
|<a href="http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/0307266303/carnaticcom"><img src="http://images.amazon.com/images/P/0307266303.01.TZZZZZZZ.jpg" border="0" alt="Born to Run" hspace="3" vspace="3"/></a>
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|<a href="http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/0007161484/carnaticcom"><img src="http://images.amazon.com/images/P/0007161484.01.TZZZZZZZ.jpg" border="0" alt="Osho : The ABC of Enlightenment" hspace="3" vspace="3"/></a>
|<a href="http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/157062318X/carnaticcom"><img src="http://images.amazon.com/images/P/157062318X.01.TZZZZZZZ.jpg" border="0" alt="Georg Feuerstein : Teachings of Yoga" hspace="3" vspace="3"/></a>
!2003 June 14
[Andrew Cohen] : [Who Am I? and How Shall I Live?|http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/1883929245/carnaticcom] : ...The heart of the spiritual life ultimately consists of two fundamental experiences: [meditation] and [contemplation]...
!2003 May 31
[Radha Burnier] : [no other path to go|http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/8170592763/carnaticcom]
Jiddu Krishnamurti : [Think on these things|http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/0060916095/carnaticcom]
|<a href="http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/0060916095/ref=nosim/carnaticcom"><img src="http://images.amazon.com/images/P/0060916095.01.TZZZZZZZ.jpg" border="0" alt="Jiddu Krishnamurti : Think on these things" hspace="3" vspace="3"/></a>
|<a href="http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/0446578649/ref=nosim/carnaticcom"><img src="http://images.amazon.com/images/P/0446578649.01.TZZZZZZZ.jpg" border="0" alt="Penelope Trunk: Brazen Careerist: The New Rules for Success" hspace="3" vspace="3"/></a>
|<a href="http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/0596527055/ref=nosim/carnaticcom"><img src="http://images.amazon.com/images/P/0596527055.01.TZZZZZZZ.jpg" border="0" alt="Scott Berkun: The Myths of Innovation" hspace="3" vspace="3"/></a>
|<a href="http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/0596007868/ref=nosim/carnaticcom"><img src="http://images.amazon.com/images/P/0596007868.01.TZZZZZZZ.jpg" border="0" alt="Scott Berkun: The Art of Project Management" hspace="3" vspace="3"/></a>
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* [The Meditations|http://classics.mit.edu/Antoninus/meditations.html] - By Marcus Aurelius - Written 167 A.C.E.\
* [100 Best Spiritual Books of the Twentieth Century|http://www.spiritualityhealth.com/newsh/items/review-feature/item_6545.html]
* [100 banned books]
[Kirtan] [Ancient Medicine for Modern Man|http://www.geocities.com/Tokyo/1148/k.html]
People
2011 Oct http://matt.might.net/
http://taylor.fausak.me/2011/10/27/be-productive-use-screen/
http://trentwalton.com/2011/09/20/unitasking/
http://swombat.com/2011/10/24/people-processes-tools
[150 friends|http://sethgodin.typepad.com/seths_blog/2009/10/the-penalty-for-violating-dunbars-law.html] ?
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Ananda : ...I have also been practising the Ancient Art of [Astrology|http://users.pandora.be/ananda/astro.htm] since 1981...
Parasu41
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* [Osho] - [Only a ripe fruit falls|http://oz.sannyas.net/quotes/19740517.htm]
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* [Mira Art|http://surprise.editthispage.com/] : [The real war takes place in our heads|http://surprise.editthispage.com/2001/09/23]
* [Deepak Jayaraman]'s [photos|http://www.sulekha.com/photosrchresult.asp?authid=11122&srch=authorsearch]
* [Computerworld's Premier 100|http://www.idg.net/ic_784761_4394_1-1681.html] : ...Courageous in a crisis, an inspiration to their staffs and attentive to business goals as well as technology innovation. The Premier 100 IT Leaders for 2002 are the might and muscle of today's corporate IT organizations. They have the weight of a staggering economy and pressing security fears on their shoulders, but they've also got the heart and soul to carry the load. And they have a lot to say about how 2002 will shake out for IT. Meet them and learn from them in our third annual special report...
Deepak Jayaraman
source : http://www.sulekha.com/authordesc.asp?authid=11122
I am a management consultant working in Mumbai currently. Just moved into Mumbai in Jan 2001 before which I was posted at London for about a year and a half. My interests mainly lie in the area of sports. I am an avid cricketer and a Table Tennis player. During my stint in London, I picked up the art of juggling from one of the professional performers. Prompted by a friend of mine, I picked up a Canon EOS 300 camera which got me interested in photography. I have had the opportunity to visit places in continental Europe and the US ( thanks to my friends) and take pics of some scapes there. As far as my background goes, I am an engineer from IIT-Madras ( 93-97) and a PG Diploma in Management from IIM-Ahmedabad( 97-99)
Links
* Second-hand knowledge of the self gathered from books or gurus can never emancipate a man until its truth is rightly investigated and applied; only direct realisation will do that. Realise yourself, turning the mind inward. - Tripura Rahasya, 18: 89
* [Beauty through Yoga|http://www.siddhashram.org/a19940987.shtml]
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2003 04 10 - The [Blumhardts|http://www.Blumhardts.com] : ...We live in a time of intense searching. Few are satisfied with what church and society have served up. We hunger for something more, for a faith with the power to transform ourselves and our world. Johann Christoph Blumhardt and his son Christoph Friedrich Blumhardt influenced a whole generation of Christian thinkers. But their message shatters the walls of conventional Christianity.
* [brian douglas skinner]'s [The Gumption Memo] ([*|http://www.gumption.org/1993/memo.htm]) - "...Back in 1992 I unexpectedly inherited $50,000 and decided to use it to help prevent some of the human suffering around the world. So I spent some time studying up on the world's problems and trying to figure out how to fix them..."
* http://www.livelongto100years.com/
* [Links20020105]
The Gumption Memo
http://www.gumption.org/1993/memo.htm
Weblog
[weblog - a whatis definition|http://whatis.techtarget.com/definition/0,,sid9_gci213547,00.html] : .....A weblog (sometimes shortened to blog or written as "web log" or "Weblog") is a Web site of personal or non-commercial origin that uses a dated log format that is updated on a daily or very frequent basis with new information about a particular subject or range of subjects. The information can be written by the site owner, gleaned from other Web sites or other sources, or contributed by users.....
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* [Weblog2001December]
* [Weblog2001November]
* [2001October]
* [2001September]
* [2001August]
* [2001June]
2004 June 27: [10 Tips on Writing the Living Web|http://alistapart.com/articles/writeliving], [How to Write a Better Weblog|http://alistapart.com/articles/writebetter/]
2004 May 16 : [Movable Type Migration Options - A Comparative Chart|http://www.megacity.org/blog/archives/001738.php]
2003 Nov 01 : Diego Doval : [an introduction to weblogs|http://www.dynamicobjects.com/d2r/archives/002399.html]
2003 Oct 21 : Jay Rosen : [Ten Things Conservative About the Weblog Form in Journalism|http://journalism.nyu.edu/pubzone/weblogs/pressthink/2003/10/17/conserv_ten.html]
2003 Oct 04 : [Philip Greenspun] : [What is the point of blogging?|http://blogs.law.harvard.edu/philg/2003/10/04#a2500] , [Blogging and Education|http://blogs.law.harvard.edu/philg/2003/10/04#a2503] , [Random Thoughts from BloggerCon|http://blogs.law.harvard.edu/philg/2003/10/04#a2504]
2003 June 18 : [Dave Winer] : [What makes a weblog a weblog?|http://davenet.userland.com/2003/06/18/whatMakesAWeblogAWeblog]
2003 June 17 : [Sam Ruby] : [Anatomy of a Well Formed Log Entry|http://www.intertwingly.net/blog/1472.html]
2003 April 13 - [Towards Structured Blogging|http://radio.weblogs.com/0110772/stories/2003/03/13/towardsStructuredBlogging.html]
2003 Feb 14 - [Some things to keep in mind|http://www.fourstones.net/blog/2001_07_01_blogarchives.html#4737482]
2003 Feb 10 - [Microsoft Bloggers|http://www.microsoft-watch.com/article2/0,4248,852932,00.asp]
2003 Jan 14 - Oliver Willis : [Why I Blog|http://www.pbs.org/wnet/mediamatters/303/blog/willis.html]
2002 Dec 31 Wei-Meng Lee : [Understanding Weblogs|http://www.oreillynet.com/pub/a/javascript/2002/12/30/weblog_intro.html]
dt? Cameron Barrett : [Anatomy of a weblog|http://www.camworld.com/journal/rants/99/01/26.html], [More about Weblogs|http://www.camworld.com/journal/rants/99/01/26.html]
|<center>The impossible is often the untried<br><br>Brave Buffalo, Brule Sioux Nation (1985) : ...The Earth People (indigenous natives) never wrote anything down, had no written language. They knew that if they wrote anything down it would be disastrous. If you write something down you don't have to remember it. And mind goes off into unconsciousness. It becomes negative, or unconscious force... </center>
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[Weblog] > 2001August
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[Dave|http://davenet.userland.com/2001/08/31/microsoftsScriptingStrategy] : ...Anyone can be a hero of this revolution...
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[UserLand Most read sites on 2001 August 05|http://kishore.editthispage.com/stories/storyReader$390]
health
  1000 A.D. - That root is heathen. Here, say this prayer
  1850 A.D. - That prayer is superstition. Here, drink this potion.
  1940 A.D. - That potion is snake oil. Here, swallow this pill.
  1985 A.D. - That pill is ineffective. Here, take this antibiotic.
From Sidhar songs in Tamil. (from [Sakthi Foundation|http://www.sakthifoundation.org/index41.html])
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* 2002 July 02 : [Swami Sivananda]'s [Way to Radiant Health|http://www.dlsmd.org/sdr/02-sdr%20feb/0210.htm]
* 2002 March 01 - [Ayurveda] is probably better than blindly thinking 'raw is good' !
* [The Correct Way Of Eating Fruits|http://www.littleindia.com.sg/food/food_highlights/001_the_correct_way_of_eating_fruits.htm] by Devagi Sanmugam
* [Curry 'may slow Alzheimer's|http://news.bbc.co.uk/hi/english/health/newsid_1668000/1668932.stm]
Dates
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* September 08 [Swami Sivananda] 115th Birth Anniversary
!2001
* Feb 01 - [We] moved to Malaysia from Singapore
!1999
!1977
!1971
* 01 - [World AIDS Day]
Quotations
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1. Wealth Without Work
[Gurdjieff used to say to his disciples|http://www.barnett.sk/software/osho/askosh71.htm] -- the first thing, the very very first thing, "Find out what your greatest characteristic is, your greatest undoing, your central characteristic of unconsciousness." Each one's is different.
* [brian douglas skinner]'s [100 favorite quotes|http://www.gumption.org/1996/quotes.htm]
Passions
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How to set and Achieve Goals
* Second step-use another sheet of paper, and this time consider yourself and your personal goals for the next 12 month period. Some key areas in which you might set personal goals include: family, personal growth, financial, health, social, career, hobbies, spiritual, and recreation. Write down the things that you plan to accomplish or achieve or attain during this one-year period?
* Now, on still another sheet of paper, create the job goals that are important to you during this upcoming 12-month period. Identify what outcomes you wish to attain or achieve during this one-year period in your specific area of responsibility and authority.
Looking Back: 14 Years of Tips
[Articles] > Looking Back: 14 Years of Tips
source : http://www.nytimes.com/2001/07/15/travel/15PRAC.html ( via Rebecca Blood )
July 15, 2001
Looking Back: 14 Years of Tips
WHEN Paul Grimes, the originator of the Practical Traveler column, turned it over to me 14 years ago, he said the most important task was to read the fine print on everything — tickets, insurance fliers, tour brochures, guarantees. In the big type, he said, everyone fibs. Typical is the "nine night" tour that the small type clearly shows includes one night in an airline seat.
It's a good first principle. And now that it is time for me to yield this space, I thought to compress into the allotted 1,200 words other nuggets I have derived from 613 weeks — I did take vacations — of sometimes furious research. So here goes.
Taxes can destroy bargain rates. A car rented for $179.99 a week in Minneapolis will run $245.10 by the time the taxes and fees are piled on. A hotel room in New York City advertised at, say $129, will cost a somewhat less reasonable $148 a night after the taxes of 13.25 percent plus $2 are added. This could be a particularly unwelcome surprise. Ask about taxes when you call.
There is no more free lunch, but the International Association for Medical Assistance to Travelers does send a directory of English-speaking doctors overseas who agree to limit their fees for office and hotel calls. Write to the organization at 417 Center Street, Lewiston, N.Y. 14092, call (716) 754-4883, or see www.iamat.org. No surprise, the organization lives by contributions, and you will be asked.
It is a dark topic, but children who take airplane trips alone often experience many more difficulties than airlines, parents, safety advocates and airport managers want to acknowledge. Parents should do whatever is humanly possible to avoid sending a child alone by plane before the child is old enough to ride alone on public transportation in a city. Some children are ready at 14; some are still uncertain at 16.
Your bank may sock you with a fee of as much as $5 for getting cash from your account through an A.T.M. abroad, but those machines installed at overseas banks do not hit you for the annoying $1.50 or $2 you pay at home for using another bank's machine.
Kishore Balakrishnan - Details
* date of birth : 25 November 1971
* MSc Computer Science @ Madurai Kamaraj University - 1991 - 93
* BSc Computer Science @ NGM College, Pollachi -- 1988 - 91
Questions to Ask Yourself, Regularly
http://www.storybin.com/lists/list145.shtml
Senthilkumar Gurumurthy
[Today Is A Brand New Day -- And It's Yours!|http://www.chyk.net/onlinemagazine/sept2001/articles/today.htm]
Ten Commandments of Egoless Programming
* [builder.com: Lamont Adams: Ten Commandments of Egoless Programming|http://builder.com.com/5100-6404-1045782.html]
* [zdnet.co.uk: Ten Commandments of egoless programming|http://www.zdnet.co.uk/print/?TYPE=story&AT=2111465-39020648t-10000021c] - same as above - printer friendly !
1. Understand and accept that you will make mistakes. The point is to find mistakes early, before they make it into production. Fortunately, except for the few of us developing rocket guidance software at [JPL|http://www.jpl.nasa.gov/], mistakes are rarely fatal in our industry. We aren't surgeons; we can learn, laugh, and move on.
10. Critique code instead of people be kind to the coder, not to the code. As much as possible, make all of your comments positive and oriented to improving the code. Relate comments to local standards, program specs, increased performance, etc.
Anant Chaturdashi
The 14th day of the bright half of Bhadrapad is the day of the immersion of Ganpati. On this day some people observe a vow in honour of Vishnu, which if kept for 14 years is supposed to bring wealth. On this day, the festival of Ganpati comes to an end, the installed Murti's of Lord Ganpati are taken to a lake, river or a sea in great processions to be immersed in the waters. Thus Lord Ganesha is departed, only to be welcomed the next year with equal excitement.
They told her that it was Anant's vow. Then they explained to her the importance of that vow. Some fried "Gharga" (made of flour) and "anarase" (special food) are prepared. Half of them have to be given to the Brahmins. A hooded snake (cobra) made of "darbha" (sacred grass) is put in a bamboo basket. Then the snake ("shesh") is worshipped with scented flowers, oil lamp and incense sticks. Food is offered to the snake and a silk string is kept before the god, and tied to the wrist. This string is called "anant", it has 14 knots, and is coloured with "Kunkum". Women tie the "anant" on their left hand and men on their right. The purpose of this vow is to obtain divinity and wealth, and is kept for 14 years.
Anant promised Kaundinya that if he made the 14-year-vow, he would be free from all his sins, and would obtain wealth, children and happiness. Then Anant disclosed the meaning of what Kaundinya had seen during the search. Anant explained that the mango tree was a brahmin, who in a previous life had acquired plenty of knowledge, but had not communicated it to anyone. The cow was the earth, which at the beginning had eaten all the seeds of plants. The bull was religion itself. Now he was standing on a field of green grass. The two Lakes were two sisters who loved each other very much, but all their alms were spent on each other only. The donkey was cruelty and anger. Finally the elephant Kaundinya's pride. 
Navaratri
Navaratri is a festival that lasts nine days and nine nights. The word Navaratri actually means nine (Nava) nights (ratri). This is celebrated in different styles throughout India. Navaratri occurs during the first 9 days of the bright half of the month of Aashwayuja in the Indian calendar. The most significant part of Navaratri is the setting up an odd number of steps (usually 7, 9, or 11), and the placement of different idols of Gods on them. This setup is called a Golu. Generally, when people come to a person's house to see their Golu, they are given prasad (the offering given to God that day), kumkum (red powder), and a small bag of gifts usually containing a mirror, a comb, a small box of kumkum, and fruits. These are only given to girls and married women. This is chiefly a woman's festival.
Navaratri is the worship of the three divine goddesses, Saraswati (Goddess of learning and speech), Lakshmi (Goddess of wealth and prosperity), and Durga (Goddess of strength and courage). It is also said to be the battle that occurred between Goddess Chaamundeshwari and the asura (demon), Mahishaasura. The battle lasted 9 days and 9 nights. Finally, on the tenth day, Goddess Chaamundeshwari killed Mahishaasura. This day is known as Vijayadasami. Vijayadasami means the 10th day of victory.
Jayalakshmi Sekhar
Date of birth: August 12, 1955 Nationality: Indian
Music Training: Initial carnatic music training from father, C.S.Krishnaswamy, on vocal and flute. Formal veena training from Sri Pudukottai Jayarama Iyer, Chennai (1969 - 1978) Advanced music training on techniques of veena play of Veena Vidushi Dhanammal applied to vocal style of rendering by Sangeetha Kalanidhi Dr. Sripada Pinakapani of Kurnool, Andhra Pradesh (1994 onwards).
India: Jayalakshmi has been performing on the veena in Chennai since 1996 during the December Music Festivals and monthly programmes whenever possible during the year under the auspices of Sabhas and organisations like Nadabruhmam, Suswara, Naradha Gana Sabha, AIMA Chembai Centenary Celebrations, Hamsadwani’s Festivals, Indian Fine Arts Society, Karthik Fine Arts, Tyagaraja Vidwat Sabha, Nadopasana, Krishna Gana Sabha, Veena Balachander Trust Programmes, Kapali Fine Arts, Nada Inbam and Delhi Educational Trust programmes.
In May 1999, she was given the opportunity to give a lecture cum recital of the techniques of veena play on an Endowment Programme in the prestigious Madras Music Academy.
Prizes: The Gottuvadhyam Narayana Iyengar Award in August 1998 from Sri Krishna Gana Sabha.
Cassettes released: A solo veena cassette released under Kalavardhani in December 1999 and another in December 2000.
Malaysia: Jayalakshmi has been the musician and music consultant for Bharatnatyam performances for the past 13 years (on the violin, veena, flute, vocal, nattuvangam) for Sutra Dance Theatre, whose artistic director is Sri Ramli Ibrahim, renowned Bharatnatyam ,Odissi, Ballet and Contemporary Dance Exponent of Malaysia.
Australia: Jayalakshmi performed with Bharatnatyam Dance Exponent Dr. Chandrabhanu in Melbourne during the years 1989 - 1994, either on the veena, violin, flute or singing.
University of Pittsburg, USA: She participated in the avant garde music compositions of Malaysian composer, Valerie Ross and performed in the Pittsburg University during the year 1995.
Current programmes for month of august 2001:
aug 18th: Visakha Music Academy - veena solo
214, Jalan 5/52, 43. (20) Besant Avenue,
Tel: 00 603 77829329 044 4911049
Fruits
[Fruits and Vegetables|http://community.webshots.com/album/198347]
http://www.photo.net/philg/digiphotos/200101-d30-paris/opera-fruit.half.jpg is also an inspiration for the following photo by Sushma
Kishore Balakrishnan - Resume
* 2001 April to Present - SAP AG, Walldorf
* 2000 February to 2001 March - SAP Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur
* 1995 August to 2000 January - SAP Asia, Singapore
* 1994 January to 1995 July - CSSL Singapore
* M.Sc. Computer Science - July 1993, Madurai Kamaraj University (MKU), India
* B.Sc. Computer Science - July 1991, Nallamuthu Gounder Mahalingam College (NGM), Pollachi, India
Mind -- Friend or Foe?
Come, Come, Yet Again Come, Number 1
Why do I lose focus?
([source|http://www.barnett.sk/software/osho/askosh57.htm]) ( added 2001 August 11 )
Swami Sivananda
[Simple way, lofty life|http://www.hinduonnet.com/thehindu/2001/09/14/stories/13141365.htm]
I am concerned about my friends drinking habits
([source|http://www.barnett.sk/software/osho/askosh71.htm])
Could you say something about forgiveness?
([source|http://www.barnett.sk/software/osho/askosh61.htm])
What is wrong with being in a hurry?
The Great Pilgrimage: From Here to Here, Number 10
Living in Germany
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* Learn [German|http://german.about.com/] - Start with [German for beginners|http://german.about.com/library/anfang/blanfang01.htm]
* [Acceptance or Alienation: Foreigners in a Reunited Germany|http://www.lehigh.edu/~incntr/v16tam.htm]
Travel
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[20130315]
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Hindu Temples in Germany
* Forum 5, Wohnung 4, Heidelberg Emmertsgrund, Tel:+(49)-6221-384553, E-mail: vipula.ss@pamho.net
* [Nava-Jiyada-Nrsimha-Ksetra|http://www.narasimha.net/ncfestival/welcome-fs.htm], Zielberg 20, 94118 Jandelsbrunn
* Vinayagar Temple - INTZESTRASSE 26, FRANKFURT, HESSEN, 60314 - open daily from 6pm to 7pm (update on 2006-03-05: used to be 6 to 7 PM - think it is just 6pm to 7pm and not 6am to 7pm - please visit and confirm)
* Hannover - Sri Muthumariamman Temple - Empelder Straße 96 (Linie 9 Richtung Empelde, Haltestelle Safariweg) 30455 Hannover Tel. 0511/ 471149 - http://www.religionen-in-hannover.de/htempel.htm
* Cologne - Hindu Tempel - Wikinger str 62, 51107 Cologne - Tel.02218027814, Fax 02218027815
* Hamm - Sri Sithivinayagar Tempel Hamm e.V., Ferdinand Poggel Str. 25, 59065(/7 ?) Hamm. Phone: 02381-162686 - Open 9am-8pm - Archanai : 10-12am, 6-8pm - Poojai: 10am, 6pm - Uthsavam: 13 June 2002 - On June 10-12, 1994, sixteen Sri Lankan Sivacharyas performed the elaborate kumbhabishekam rituals to install Lord Ganesha in the recently completed Siddhi Vinayaga temple in Hamm, Germany. Devotees attending reported a powerful presence of Ganesha, saying that it was as if they were at the Kumbalavalai temple in Jaffna, A gift from Kauai Aadheenam was a three-foot tall, 1,100-pound Siddhi Vinayaga murthi-so far the largest Ganesha murthi in Europe-exquisitly carved in Mahabalipuram, South India. It arrived in Hamburg Harbor on March 1st and was ceremoniously paraded to Hamm. In appreciation, the devotees brought their Satguru, Subramuniyaswami, from Hawaii to attend the temple consecration as the guest of honor. - The temple is within an old metal-working warehouse of 2,500 sq. feet. It was designed as a small replica of the famed Nallur temple, near Jaffna. Also housed in the temple are shrines to Lord Muruga, Durga, Siva-Parvati, Bhairava and the navagraha. This temple is the newest of ten Hindu temples in Germany.
* Hamm - Sri Kamadchi Ambal Temple Siegenbeckstr.04, 59071 Hamm-Uentrop, - http://www.kamadchi-ampal.de/ Tel.: +49 2388 302223 Fax.+49 2388 302224 - Opening Hours : 08.00 to 13.00 & 17.00 to 20.00 - On May 13-25, 1994, another temple in Hamm, the Sri Kamadchi Ambal temple, held its yearly 10-day festival, complete with a parade through the streets of Hamm. According to Jnana Deepam, a Tamil newspaper printed in Germany, 7,000 devotees participated. Though the organizers started without a parade permit, the understanding Hamm police force quickly redirected traffic from the parade route.
* kurinchikkumaran tempel, singerbrink str-34, 51643 Gummersbach, +49 02261/29467
* [List of Hindu Temples in Europe|http://www.geocities.com/Athens/5180/temple6.html]
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2004-01-11 - Along Came A Spider - Morgan Freeman, Monica Potter
Firefox : America's ace pilot penetrates Russian security and races against time to steal the Firefox, the world's most devastating aircraft - a futuristic MiG-31 that flies at six times the speed of sound and is armed with weapons triggered by pilot brain waves. A spectacular thousand-mile dogfight climaxes the thriller directed by star Clint Eastwood
2003 Jan 19 - [Samasthanam|http://www.hinduonnet.com/thehindu/fr/2002/10/04/stories/2002100401330200.htm], [Album|http://www.hinduonnet.com/thehindu/fr/2002/10/11/stories/2002101101170202.htm]
2001 August 18 - [Dumm Dumm Dumm|http://www.dummdummdumm.com/update/update.htm]
2001 August 18 - [Citizen|http://www.chennaionline.com/moviereviews/tammov125.asp]
2001 August 17 - [Down to Earth|http://us.imdb.com/Title?0231775]
I feel so much anger towards my mother....
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The Path of the Mystic, Chapter 15, Question 2
Heidelberg
[We] live in Leimen St.Ilgen, above 10 kms from Heidelberg. We go there atleast once a week. We want to write why it's special for residents & tourists.
* http://www.cvb-heidelberg.de/english/reiseplaner_2001.html - There are many pdf files on this page.
* http://www.virtualtourist.com/.41281/1082/?s=P&
Lahor Tandoori Restaurant - Schnell-Restaurant - Neugasse 21 - 69117 Heidelberg - Tel (06221) 43 47 50 - Oeffnungszeiten - Montag to Sonntag von 11.00 - 23.00 Uhr
Tirukkalukunram
TIRUKKALUKUNRAM, INDIA, November 19, 2002: It used to be a fascinating
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2001September
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Today is [Heidelberger Herbst 2001|http://www.cvb-heidelberg.de/deutsch/hdherbst2001.html]. A few sections of the hauptstrasse was suffering from terrible stau !
[Wesley Felter|http://wmf.editthispage.com/2001/09/26] : If you bought $1,000 worth of Nortel stock one year ago, it would now be worth $49. If you bought $1,000 worth of Budweiser (the beer, not the stock) one year ago, drank all the beer and traded in the cans for the nickel deposit, you would have $79.
[Mira|http://surprise.editthispage.com/2001/09/23] : The real war takes place in our heads ( within us ) - The inner battle is the biggest battle each of us has to fight. It is a continuous fight against thoughts, fears, wrong ideas, desires, anger..... in order to recognize truth and to find out why we are here, who we really are, where we really want to go....Only when all these obstacles and temptations are overcome we can be free and enjoy our own being fully. What is true for the single person is also true for mankind.
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(via [Jim|http://jim.roepcke.com/2001/09/14#item2739]) [Dave|http://scriptingnews.userland.com/backissues/2001/09/13] : ...People don't sacrifice themselves for no reason. Let's find out what it is. And if we did something wrong (no doubt we did) let's apologize, ask for forgiveness, and then ask how we can do better. It's clear now that when we screw up we're going to feel it...
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Thulasi
A common sight in most homes, the tulsi plant has many medicinal and curative properties. There are at least 150 varieties of basil in the world.
The Tulsi plant seen in most Hindu homes, is known as the Holy or Sacred Basil (Botanical name: Ocimum Sanctum). It is an aromatic herb. The leaves of this plant are used in worship and also have medicinal and curative properties. The name probably comes from the Greek Besileus, meaning "King". There are at least 150 varieties of basil in the world.
In the olden days, temples served as rest-houses for travellers. The Tulsi plant was grown outside the temples because of its unique property of curbing thirst. A couple of leaves under the tongue and the weary traveller looking for water would fee less thirsty. The basil, a native of India, reached western Europe only in the 16th century. Now it is widely grown all over the world.
* [Why do we consider Tulsi sacred?|http://www.ghen.net/hindufaq/cache/19.html]
* [Thulasee dhalamulache santhoshamuga poojinthu|http://www.geocities.com/promiserani2/c1047.html]
Bhaja Govindam
In 31 (some cite 33) verses, he, like no other, explains our fallacies, our wrong outlook for life, and dispells our ignorance and delusions. Thus bhaja govindaM was originally known as Moha Mudgara, the remover of delusions.
Bhaja govindaM is divided into dvaadasa manjarika stotram and chaturdasa manjarika stotram. At the end of composing the first stanza, it is said that Shankara burst forth with the next 12 stanzas of bhaja govindam. Thus stanzas 1-12 are called dvaadas manjarika stotram. Inspired by the extempore recital by Shankara, each of his 14 disciples composed a verse and the 14 verse compendium is called chaturdasa manjarika stotram. Shankara added the finishing touches by adding five of his own stanzas at the last bring the total to 31. This edition shows 33 verses, though the last 2 are not given in all versions.
Bhaja govindaM has been set to musical tones and sung as prayer songs by children. It is divided into dvaadashapaJNjarikaa and charpaTapaJNjarikaa for this purpose. The former is a set of verses (verses 1,2,5,11,18,20,21,23,27,29,31) while the rest of the verses form charpaTapaJNjarikaa.
nahi nahi rakshati DukR^iJNkaraNe .. 1..
GYaate tattve kaH saMsaaraH .. 10..
brahmapadaM tvaM pravisha viditvaa .. 11..
tadapi na muJNcatyaashaavaayuH .. 12..
shriimachchhankarabhagavachchharaNariH .. 12a..
bhavati bhavaarNavataraNe naukaa .. 13..
udaranimittaM bahukR^itaveshhaH .. 14..
tadapi na muJNcatyaashaapiNDam.h .. 15..
tadapi na muJNcatyaashaapaashaH .. 16..
muktiM na bhajati janmashatena .. 17..
kasya sukhaM na karoti viraagaH .. 18..
nandati nandati nandatyeva .. 19..
kR^ipayaa.apaare paahi muraare .. 21..
drakshyasi nija hR^idayasthaM devam.h .. 31..
# [at Spirituality, Yoga and Hinduism|http://www.geocities.com/RodeoDrive/1415/bhaja1.html]
Gurudeva
1. Satguru Sivaya Subramuniyaswami, World Hindu Leader, Passes Away at 74,
KAUAI, HAWAII, USA, November 13, 2001: Satguru Sivaya Subramuniyaswami, one
fast, passing on quietly at 11:54 pm on November 12, 2001, surrounded by his
October 16. Immediately temples, ashrams and devotees around the world began
Hinduism Today, which evolved over 21 years from a simple newsletter to an
In 1986, the World Religious Parliament in New Delhi honored him as one of
named one of 25 "presidents" of religion at the 1996 Parliament of the World
John Paul and Mother Teresa. On August 25, 2000, he addressed 1,200
Subramuniyaswami as born on January 5, 1927, in Oakland, California, and
grew up near Lake Tahoe. He was orphaned by age 11 and raised by a family
the premier danseur of the San Francisco Ballet by age 19. Increasingly
to India and Sri Lanka in 1947, on the first ship to sail to India following
yogis. In 1948, in the mountain caves of Jalani in central Sri Lanka, he
Realization at just 21 years old, he met his satguru, Sage Yogaswami, in
Gurudeva returned to America in 1950 where he went into a reclusive phase of
teach until he reached the age of 30, so it was in 1957 that he founded
first Hindu temple, on Sacramento Street in San Francisco. In 1960 he
most outstanding of these programs was his 1969 pilgrimage to India with 65
In the 1970s he brought his followers and organization entirely into
Saivite Hindu theological center outside the Indian subcontinent. In 1975 he
founded the San Marga Iraivan Temple, and in 1979 he began publishing his
heritage. In 1983 he traveled throughout Sri Lanka with a few of his
1,000-pillared hall at Chidambaram Temple in Tamil Nadu. Her performance was
Also in the 1980s Gurudeva founded a branch monastery in Mauritius, whose
floor with desktop publishing, adopting the Apple computer in 1985, then in
the late 1980s and the 1990s, in historic gatherings of spiritual and
1988, Moscow in 1990, and Brazil in 1992. In 1986, the World Religious
past 25 years. In 1993 he was elected one of three Presidents of Hinduism at
the 100th anniversary of the Parliament of World Religions in Chicago. It
was in 1994 that he founded Hindu Heritage Endowment to provide permanent
Saiva Siddhanta Yoga Order. This group of 14 initiated swamis with lifetime
115-year-old Swami Bua of New York recently commented, "These guidelines
Subramuniyaswami founded Hinduism Today magazine in 1979 to fulfill six
purposes: 1) To foster Hindu solidarity as a unity in diversity among all
the Aadheenam land in 1975. To permanently capture the power of this great
carving commenced in 1990 at a work site in Bangalore, India, a ceremony
erected in America that they gave him 11 acres of land and supported every
where starting in May, 2001, a team of seven master stone carvers from India
At the moment when Nepal changed from a monarchy to a democracy in 1990, his
In the 1990s Subramuniyaswami became aware of the pervasive use of corporal
When he addressed the 1,200 delegates to the Millennium Peace Summit of
the country in 1983. Just prior to its onset he toured the country,
addressing hundreds of thousands of Tamils. After 1983, Tamil refugees
Refugee Relief Fund for Sri Lankans in 1985, collecting money in the West
homes. In Denmark in August of 2001 he laid the foundation stone for an
Subramuniyaswami first visited Malaysia in June of 1980 with two of his
swamis, and then again in January, 1981, traveling with 33 devotees for an
Hindus are just 10% of the population. Gurudeva's dedicated members in this
classes all over the country. In 1986 the first Hindu youth camps in
"Subramuniyaswami came to Mauritius in the 1980s at the request of Hindu
fold. In January, 1982, he spent an entire month there traveling from
Saiva Siddhanta Church Act passed in Parliament in July, 1988. He instituted
the printing of a local edition of Hinduism Today in 1986 on the island and
set up a monastery on a 12-acre parcel at Riviere du Rempart. Hundreds of
"Since 1999, Subramuniyaswami has been training our members in positive
community. Then in 1995, under the auspices of the municipal Council of Port
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Italy
1. CANNOBIO in Italy....on 8th september 2001 - had a tasty vege.pizza at BAR SPORT PIAZZA V.EMANUELE 23 CANNOBIO (VB)
Radhadesh
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[We] were here on 14th September
Germany
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* Nature Parks are areas shaped and utilized by man in an exemplary way. >>> 18
* Biosphere Reserves are vast areas of archetypal landscapes which have either remained untouched or have been cultivated and developed by man. >>> 17
* National Parks comprise vast natural areas of a special kind which, in most cases, have remained completely untouched or have been only slightly influenced by man. >>> 13
* [DZT Travel Tips|http://www.germany-tourism.de/e/5153.html] are very useful !
* [FreeToDo Germany|http://www.freetodo.freeserve.co.uk/page193.html]
* http://www.tripsdrill.de - - A81 - Stuttgart/Heilbronn Ausfahrt 3 Mundelsheim
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* [National Parks Board|http://www.nparks.gov.sg/] , [The Green Singapore|http://www.thingsasian.com/goto_article/article.1918.html]
* [OrganicWorld|http://www.organicworld.com.sg/], Block 5 Eunos Crescent #01-2617, Singapore 400005. Retail Store Opening Hour: 8.30 am - 7.30 pm (Close on Monday)
[Singapore - A Tropical Island|http://www.comvet.com/html/singaporeliving.html] : ...Singapore lies at the southern tip of the Malaysian peninsula, 1 degree 17 minutes or 137 kilometers north of the equator. The main island is approx. 40 km east-to-west & 18 km north-south, with a total land area of 632 sq.km. However, not a single island, Singapore consists of around 60 islands & islets and extends to the shores of both Malaysia and Indonesia, separated by the Straits of Johor and Straits of Singapore respectively. - - - Of Singapore's nearly 3.5 million people (4 million with expatriates & foreign workers), 70 - 75% are ethnic Chinese, with the Malay and Indian communities making up the next two largest contingents.
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Mantras
[The power of words|http://203.124.230.14/docs/astrology/astro_mantras.htm]
http://www.livelongto100years.com/mantras.html
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Restaurants
Mumtaz Mahal, Hauptstrasse 37, 69117 Heidelberg. Tel: +49 6221 21443 Fax: +49 6221 600302 ( our visit on 27th June 2001 )
Taj Mahal, Bergheimer Strasse 134a, 69115 Heidelberg. Tel: +49 6221 166461
Indian Palace, L14, 10, 68161 Mannheim. Tel: +49 621 20408
Restaurant Ganesha, Luisenstrasse 3, 40215 Duesseldorf
[Enchilada|http://www.enchilada.de] [Nuernberg|http://www.enchilada.de/io_enchilada/05D58DEE34744402AECB543D7EC2F0E4.htm] ( 2001 Dec 16 )
todo
http://yieldthought.com/post/12239282034/swapped-my-macbook-for-an-ipad
12, Jalan Hujung Permatang Dua
Tel: +60 3 5120428
2001October
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Next >>> [Weblog2001November]
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Interesting Read: [Backyard Terrorism|http://www.guardian.co.uk/waronterror/story/0,1361,583254,00.html] by [George Monbiot] about the [School of the Americas|http://www.house.gov/farr/soa.htm] and [Watch|http://www.soaw.org]ers
On September 11, [Rick Rescorla] Died as He Lived: Like a Hero
[BMW Manufacturing Corp.|http://www.bmwusa.com/contact/manufacturing/manufacturing.html], BMW's first full U.S. manufacturing facility, is the worldwide production home of the entire Z3 model line, the M coupe, M roadster and the upcoming BMW X5, BMW's new Sports Activity Vehicle™. Located in Spartanburg, South Carolina, the plant has almost doubled in size since opening in 1994.
(via [Dave Winer]) [Mark Pilgrim|http://diveintomark.weblogger.com/2001/10/23] : "Welcome to my weblog. I hope you enjoy it. I just got hired for it...I'd call it good karma, except that karma is supposed to manifest itself over many lifetimes. It's not like a crash diet; you're not supposed to see results within 3 weeks. Maybe I'm the exception that proves the rule. Maybe I should just be grateful that I have a job, thank everyone who has supported me in the past few weeks, stop introspecting, and get back to work..."
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([via CamWorld|http://www.camworld.com/journal/2001/10/#06]) 3D [Damage report from the city of New York|http://www.cnn.com/SPECIALS/2001/trade.center/damage.map.html]
[via Mira|http://surprise.editthispage.com/2001/10/07] : Santoka did not think of yesterday or of tomorrow, but lived each today as it came on him. In Zen every single breath is appreciated to the full. Santoka gave full justice to each breath, each moment, each day, as if it was his last. Each step, each movement, each haiku formed a consummate whole in his life
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The algebra of infinite justice
In the aftermath of the unconscionable September 11 suicide attacks on the Pentagon and the World Trade Centre, an American newscaster said: "Good and evil rarely manifest themselves as clearly as they did last Tuesday. People who we don't know massacred people who we do. And they did so with contemptuous glee." Then he broke down and wept.
What we're witnessing here is the spectacle of the world's most powerful country reaching reflexively, angrily, for an old instinct to fight a new kind of war. Suddenly, when it comes to defending itself, America's streamlined warships, cruise missiles and F-16 jets look like obsolete, lumbering things. As deterrence, its arsenal of nuclear bombs is no longer worth its weight in scrap. Box-cutters, penknives, and cold anger are the weapons with which the wars of the new century will be waged. Anger is the lock pick. It slips through customs unnoticed. Doesn't show up in baggage checks.
America's grief at what happened has been immense and immensely public. It would be grotesque to expect it to calibrate or modulate its anguish. However, it will be a pity if, instead of using this as an opportunity to try to understand why September 11 happened, Americans use it as an opportunity to usurp the whole world's sorrow to mourn and avenge only their own. Because then it falls to the rest of us to ask the hard questions and say the harsh things. And for our pains, for our bad timing, we will be disliked, ignored and perhaps eventually silenced.
But war is looming large. Whatever remains to be said must be said quickly. Before America places itself at the helm of the "international coalition against terror", before it invites (and coerces) countries to actively participate in its almost godlike mission - called Operation Infinite Justice until it was pointed out that this could be seen as an insult to Muslims, who believe that only Allah can mete out infinite justice, and was renamed Operation Enduring Freedom- it would help if some small clarifications are made. For example, Infinite Justice/Enduring Freedom for whom? Is this America's war against terror in America or against terror in general? What exactly is being avenged here? Is it the tragic loss of almost 7,000 lives, the gutting of five million square feet of office space in Manhattan, the destruction of a section of the Pentagon, the loss of several hundreds of thousands of jobs, the bankruptcy of some airline companies and the dip in the New York Stock Exchange? Or is it more than that? In 1996, Madeleine Albright, then the US secretary of state, was asked on national television what she felt about the fact that 500,000 Iraqi children had died as a result of US economic sanctions. She replied that it was "a very hard choice", but that, all things considered, "we think the price is worth it". Albright never lost her job for saying this. She continued to travel the world representing the views and aspirations of the US government. More pertinently, the sanctions against Iraq remain in place. Children continue to die.
So here we have it. The equivocating distinction between civilisation and savagery, between the "massacre of innocent people" or, if you like, "a clash of civilisations" and "collateral damage". The sophistry and fastidious algebra of infinite justice. How many dead Iraqis will it take to make the world a better place? How many dead Afghans for every dead American? How many dead women and children for every dead man? How many dead mojahedin for each dead investment banker? As we watch mesmerised, Operation Enduring Freedom unfolds on TV monitors across the world. A coalition of the world's superpowers is closing in on Afghanistan, one of the poorest, most ravaged, war-torn countries in the world, whose ruling Taliban government is sheltering Osama bin Laden, the man being held responsible for the September 11 attacks.
The only thing in Afghanistan that could possibly count as collateral value is its citizenry. (Among them, half a million maimed orphans.There are accounts of hobbling stampedes that occur when artificial limbs are airdropped into remote, inaccessible villages.) Afghanistan's economy is in a shambles. In fact, the problem for an invading army is that Afghanistan has no conventional coordinates or signposts to plot on a military map - no big cities, no highways, no industrial complexes, no water treatment plants. Farms have been turned into mass graves. The countryside is littered with land mines - 10 million is the most recent estimate. The American army would first have to clear the mines and build roads in order to take its soldiers in.
In 1979, after the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan, the CIA and Pakistan's ISI (Inter Services Intelligence) launched the largest covert operation in the history of the CIA. Their purpose was to harness the energy of Afghan resistance to the Soviets and expand it into a holy war, an Islamic jihad, which would turn Muslim countries within the Soviet Union against the communist regime and eventually destabilise it. When it began, it was meant to be the Soviet Union's Vietnam. It turned out to be much more than that. Over the years, through the ISI, the CIA funded and recruited almost 100,000 radical mojahedin from 40 Islamic countries as soldiers for America's proxy war. The rank and file of the mojahedin were unaware that their jihad was actually being fought on behalf of Uncle Sam. (The irony is that America was equally unaware that it was financing a future war against itself.)
In 1989, after being bloodied by 10 years of relentless conflict, the Russians withdrew, leaving behind a civilisation reduced to rubble.
Civil war in Afghanistan raged on. The jihad spread to Chechnya, Kosovo and eventually to Kashmir. The CIA continued to pour in money and military equipment, but the overheads had become immense, and more money was needed. The mojahedin ordered farmers to plant opium as a "revolutionary tax". The ISI set up hundreds of heroin laboratories across Afghanistan. Within two years of the CIA's arrival, the Pakistan-Afghanistan borderland had become the biggest producer of heroin in the world, and the single biggest source of the heroin on American streets. The annual profits, said to be between $100bn and $200bn, were ploughed back into training and arming militants.
In 1995, the Taliban - then a marginal sect of dangerous, hardline fundamentalists - fought its way to power in Afghanistan. It was funded by the ISI, that old cohort of the CIA, and supported by many political parties in Pakistan. The Taliban unleashed a regime of terror. Its first victims were its own people, particularly women. It closed down girls' schools, dismissed women from government jobs, and enforced sharia laws under which women deemed to be "immoral" are stoned to death, and widows guilty of being adulterous are buried alive. Given the Taliban government's human rights track record, it seems unlikely that it will in any way be intimidated or swerved from its purpose by the prospect of war, or the threat to the lives of its civilians.
And what of America's trusted ally? Pakistan too has suffered enormously. The US government has not been shy of supporting military dictators who have blocked the idea of democracy from taking root in the country. Before the CIA arrived, there was a small rural market for opium in Pakistan. Between 1979 and 1985, the number of heroin addicts grew from zero to one-and-a-half million. Even before September 11, there were three million Afghan refugees living in tented camps along the border. Pakistan's economy is crumbling. Sectarian violence, globalisation's structural adjustment programmes and drug lords are tearing the country to pieces. Set up to fight the Soviets, the terrorist training centres and madrasahs, sown like dragon's teeth across the country, produced fundamentalists with tremendous popular appeal within Pakistan itself. The Taliban, which the Pakistan government has sup ported, funded and propped up for years, has material and strategic alliances with Pakistan's own political parties.
The September 11 attacks were a monstrous calling card from a world gone horribly wrong. The message may have been written by Bin Laden (who knows?) and delivered by his couriers, but it could well have been signed by the ghosts of the victims of America's old wars. The millions killed in Korea, Vietnam and Cambodia, the 17,500 killed when Israel - backed by the US - invaded Lebanon in 1982, the 200,000 Iraqis killed in Operation Desert Storm, the thousands of Palestinians who have died fighting Israel's occupation of the West Bank. And the millions who died, in Yugoslavia, Somalia, Haiti, Chile, Nicaragua, El Salvador, the Dominican Republic, Panama, at the hands of all the terrorists, dictators and genocidists whom the American government supported, trained, bankrolled and supplied with arms. And this is far from being a comprehensive list.
For a country involved in so much warfare and conflict, the American people have been extremely fortunate. The strikes on September 11 were only the second on American soil in over a century. The first was Pearl Harbour. The reprisal for this took a long route, but ended with Hiroshima and Nagasaki. This time the world waits with bated breath for the horrors to come.
Someone recently said that if Osama bin Laden didn't exist, America would have had to invent him. But, in a way, America did invent him. He was among the jihadis who moved to Afghanistan in 1979 when the CIA commenced its operations there. Bin Laden has the distinction of being created by the CIA and wanted by the FBI. In the course of a fortnight he has been promoted from suspect to prime suspect and then, despite the lack of any real evidence, straight up the charts to being "wanted dead or alive".
From all accounts, it will be impossible to produce evidence (of the sort that would stand scrutiny in a court of law) to link Bin Laden to the September 11 attacks. So far, it appears that the most incriminating piece of evidence against him is the fact that he has not condemned them.
(While talks are on for the extradition of CEOs - can India put in a side request for the extradition of Warren Anderson of the US? He was the chairman of Union Carbide, responsible for the Bhopal gas leak that killed 16,000 people in 1984. We have collated the necessary evidence. It's all in the files. Could we have him, please?)
Living
[Vedic way to healthy living|http://www.hinduonnet.com/thehindu/mp/2002/09/02/stories/2002090200120300.htm]
Test
|Sri Sri Ravi Shankar : <a href="http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/1885289391/carnaticcom">Celebrating Silence<br /><img src="http://images.amazon.com/images/P/1885289391.01.TZZZZZZZ.jpg" border="0" alt="cover" hspace="3" vspace="3"/></a>
Global Village
If we could shrink the Earth's population to a village of precisely 100 people, with all the human ratio's remaining the same, it would look something like the following:
21 Europeans
14 from the Western Hemisphere, both North & South á
11 would be homosexual
1 would be near death
1 would be near birth
1 (yes, only 1) would have a college education
1 would own a computer
Music
[Tamil Marriage Songs (kalyaana paadalgal)|http://forumhub.com/tlit/1583.23.58.26.html]
Azim Premji's Success Recipe
[Articles] > Wipro chief's 10-point recipe for success
[source|http://www.rediff.com/money/2001/jul/27wipro.htm]
10 points are
Wipro chairman Azim H Premji, one of India's most successful entrepreneurs, on Friday prescribed a 10-point recipe for success, based on the very lessons he had learnt during his last 35 years in the organisation.
* Lesson # 1: Dare to dream
When I entered Wipro at the age of 21, it was a sudden and unexpected event. I had no warning of what lay ahead of me and I was caught completely unprepared. All I had with me was a dream.
What I am happy is that we never stopped dreaming. Even when we achieved a position of leadership in every business we operated in India. We now have a dream of becoming one of the top 10 global it service companies.
By the 1970s, the world's knowledge base doubled every seven years. Information researchers predict that by the year 2010, the world's codified knowledge will double every 11 hours.
At Wipro, we treat quality as the #1 priority. This enabled us not only to become the world's first SEI CMM Level 5 software services company in the world but also a leader in Six Sigma approach to quality in India.
Through the Azim Premji Foundation, we have targeted over the next 12 months to enrol over a million children, who are out of school due to economic or social reasons.
* Lesson # 10: Never let success go to your head
I suffer immensely from loneliness....
The Path of the Mystic, chapter 19
Why so much conflict between the different religions?
Come, Come, Yet Again Come, chapter 12
I often panic, and worry that I might go mad....
Osho, Beyond Psychology, chapter 19
Saraswathi Poojai
1. Yaa Kundendu tushaara haara dhavalaa
Repeat for each name of the goddess: (Twelve (12) names)
1 OM Saraswathyey Namaha
10 OM Mahaavidhyaayey Namaha
11 OM Mahaapaathaka Naashinyey Namaha
12 OM Vidhyaadhara Supujithaayey Namaha
Archana (Optional) - 108 names
The real meaning of peace
Mark Twain, 1835-1910
Shri Mahalakshmi Ashtakam
1) Namasthethu Mahaamaye Shripeede Surapujithe !
10) Ekakaale Padenithyam Mahaapaapavinaashanam !
11) Trikaalam Yeha patenityam mahashatruvinashanam !
AnnapoornaShothram
1) Nityaanandakaree Varaabhayakaree, Soundarya Ratnakaree
10) Kshatratraanakari Mahabhayahari maatha kripaasagari,
11) Annapoorne Sadaapoorne shankara praana vallabhe,
12) Maatha cha parvathi devi pithaa devo maheswaraha !
Satsangh
* [Hindu Puja & Bhajan Home Page|http://www.geocities.com/Athens/Acropolis/8891/]
Understanding the Lessons of September 11
[Articles] > Understanding the Lessons of September 11
at PARMATH NIKETAN, RISHIKESH, INDIA, October 17, 2001:
September 11 was a tragic day of unprecedented
on September 11. No matter how good the policy or how high the premium, once
vandana shiva
* [God Bless the World|http://www.mofga.org/mofgd01v.html] is a Keynote Speech by Dr. Vandana Shiva at MOFGA's Common Ground Country Fair
September 23, 2001 : ...In India when we pray, we say, "Let all beings be happy. Let all beings be at peace. Let all beings be free of disease." And when we say beings, we mean the grass in this field. We mean the pollinators. We mean all the species in those forests. I do hope that this country too will be able to go beyond the contemporary slogan of "God Bless America" to "God Bless the Earth."...
* [Profile of Vandana Shiva|http://iisd1.iisd.ca/pcdf/1996/shiva.htm]
Asha Bhosle
[Top award for Indian film singer|http://news.bbc.co.uk/hi/english/world/south_asia/newsid_1608000/1608889.stm]
Computers
[We] used to only use the [iMac] and [Mac OS X]... Since Jan. 2002, we are also using [Presario 701EA] and [Windows XP]
Ian Lovell Rager
http://hal.editthispage.com/2001/10/23
Dave Winer
2005-01-29 - [How to unsubscribe from Scripting News Email|http://www.carnatic.com/kishore/blog/2005/01/29/how-to-unsubscribe-from-scripting-news-email/]
Open Request to Dave :-) Please make it easier for me to link to the [permanent link|http://scriptingnews.userland.com/backissues/2001/10/23] by sending it in the email. Thanks.
[2003 01 09|http://scriptingnews.userland.com/backissues/2003/01/09] : "It's true, it's true. I've been offered a fellowship at the [Berkman Center for Internet & Society at Harvard Law School|http://cyber.law.harvard.edu/], and have, of course, accepted."
* [Transcendental Money|http://davenet.userland.com/2000/10/19/transcendentalMoney]
* [Seven Years of DaveNet|http://davenet.userland.com/2001/10/07/sevenYearsOfDavenet]
Money
Seriously... read http://www.livejournal.com/users/kishore/day/2002/01/02 , [The Soul of Money|http://members.aol.com/thesoulhaven/money.htm] , http://www.bruderhof.com/us/Articles/Money.htm
Meditation
http://medicalxpress.com/news/2011-11-tuning-brains-benefit-meditation.html
[Osho's Life: Osho explains Meditation|http://www.oshoturk.com/osho-life/05-17-meditaiton.htm] : .....The basic element running through all the methods of meditation is [witnessing].....
[112 Tantra Meditations|http://www.iosho.com/TantraMeditation.html]
Procrastination
1. Rational Self-Talk. Those old excuses really don't hold up to rational inspection. The "two-column technique" will help. Write down all your excuses on one side of a piece of paper. Start challenging the faulty reasoning behind each of the excuses. Write down your realistic thoughts on the opposite side of each excuse. Here are two examples of excuses and realistic thoughts.
10. Reward Yourself. Self-reinforcement has a powerful effect on developing a "do it now" attitude. Celebrate, pat yourself on the back, smile, and let yourself enjoy the completion of even the smallest of tasks. Don't minimize your accomplishments. Remember, you're already that much closer to finishing those things that need to be done. Go ahead, get started ... NOW!
Copyright 1987 by the Professional Resource Exchange, Inc.,
PO. Box 15560, Sarasota, FL 34277-1560.
Mosaraf Ali
* [Doctor of Common Sense|http://www.hindustantimes.com/nonfram/250401/htc02.asp] : ...Ali, therefore, emphasises on what he calls "the tripod that promotes the healing power withing you." The tripod consists of a balanced diet (a fruity breakfast, a substantial lunch with both veggies and proteins, and a light dinner without dessert), 15 minutes of yoga and breathing exercises, and regular therapeutic massages focusing on the neck and shoulders. And he make a strong pitch for the habit of taking regular breaks from work. "The human brain," he says, "can work at a certain pace and take a certain load." Not surprisingly, some of the world's most stressed-out people have happily entrusted their lives to Ali...
* [Mosaraf Ali's Tips on Integrated Health|http://www.hindustantimes.com/nonfram/080501/htc05.asp] : ...Listen to your body. Each of us has the physis or the healing power to cure 80 per cent of all ailments ourselves...
Switzerland
1) http://www.swissminiatur.ch/english/
Interests
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Knowledge Management
[Seth Dillingham] : [What is Knowledge Management?|http://www.truerwords.net/1156]
[Seth Dillingham] : [Knowledge Management, Meta Data, and the Organization|http://www.truerwords.net/1241]
[The 12 Principles of Collaboration|http://www.mongoosetech.com/realcommunities/12prin.html]
Arundhati Roy
"The terrorists who perpetrated the outrage on Sept. 11 must be hunted
2do
http://scripting.com/stories/2012/02/21/iLoveAsGoodAsItGets.html
[100 things to do before you die. . .|http://brass612.tripod.com/cgi-bin/things.html]
http://radio.weblogs.com/0110772/2003/02/13.html : ...(via Carnatic, one quite unusual site)...
Rick Rescorla
http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/articles/A56956-2001Oct26.html
Aradhana Srikanth
* 2001 June 08 - first day at school - http://www.sjcluny.com/
Mira Art
* a different new year greeting at http://surprise.editthispage.com/2004/01/01
* 2002 Jan 01 -
Cameron Barrett
* 2002 Jan 01 - "It's a new year. Time to stop dwelling on the past and start looking to the future. I've got a lot of exciting side projects in the works. Stay tuned over the next couple of months."
[More About Weblogs|http://www.camworld.com/journal/rants/99/05/11.html] : ...The truth is, I'm burnt out. I simply cannot do it anymore. At least not at this pace. Increasing responsibilities at my full time job that require me to spend even more time in a 12x12 box of pre-fabricated cube walls, surrounded by no less than four computer monitors...
Joel Spolsky
Joel states in [Books|http://www.joelonsoftware.com/stories/storyReader$37] : I've always felt that you can learn a lot about a person by the books they read. I suspect that if you read all the books that I've read, you will come not only to understand me, but you'll start to think like me, too. To encourage everyone to think like me, this page will contain a few of the best books I've been reading lately. I read a lot of books, and only the top 10% are going to make it into this list.
James Pryor
[Joel|http://www.joelonsoftware.com/2001/10/29]: His article Guidelines on Writing a Philosophy Paper is one of the best tutorials on any kind of writing: - - - - - "Pretend that your reader is lazy, stupid, and mean. He's lazy in that he doesn't want to figure out what your convoluted sentences are supposed to mean, and he doesn't want to figure out what your argument is, if it's not already obvious. He's stupid, so you have to explain everything you say to him in simple, bite-sized pieces. And he's mean, so he's not going to read your paper charitably. (For example, if something you say admits of more than one interpretation, he's going to assume you meant the less plausible thing.)" - - - - - I can think of no better advice for the kind of writing that programmers should be doing in designing and documenting their code.
Philip Greenspun
[Philip Greenspun Answers|http://slashdot.org/interviews/00/04/27/107235.shtml] talks of life, ArsDigita, fame, Oracle, photography, and that sort of thing in response to the fascinating questions
2003 Dec 03 : [Why pretend to care about others when we have professional therapists?|http://blogs.law.harvard.edu/philg/2003/12/02#a3094]
My hands are pretty well tied through May since I'm teaching 6.171 at MIT. To
late 1990s, who has time to bother looking at what a small company is doing?
As far as Web development goes, most Web sites suck due to (1) a bad philosophical conception of what the site should do, (2) page flows that require lots of extra clicks, (3) confusing information architecture. None of these problems relate in any way to the language in which an individual URL is implemented.
Mahatma Gandhi
(1869-1948, Indian Political, Spiritual Leader)
Saravanan Natarajan
2002 March 14 : :-)
(2001 11 01) Sara : ...sports - a lot - with madhu. running inside the house and walking like a dog / cat...
Banana
[The Washington Banana Museum|http://www.geocities.com/NapaValley/1799/]
Weblog2001November
[weblog] > Weblog2001November
[2001October] : Previous < < < [Weblog2001November] > > > Next : [Weblog2001December]
[CityDesk] is [here|http://joel.editthispage.com/news/fog0000000311.html] ! Congrats !
(via [Gleanings]) [The emergent new order|http://www.salon.com/tech/feature/2001/11/28/emergence/index.html] : Feed magazine founder [Steven Johnson] explains how self-organizing systems are made to order for ants, cities, software and terrorists.
As per [Peter Russell]'s [Age in Days|http://www.peterussell.com/age.html] : I am 10959 days old !
[Wayne Dyer] : Have you really lived 10,000 or more days,
or have you lived one day 10,000 or more times?
[Mira Art] : [Not being attached to anything....|http://surprise.editthispage.com/2001/11/22] : "...All in the world recognise the beautiful as beautiful. Herein lies ugliness..."
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([via|http://www.livejournal.com/users/msram/day/2001/11/07] [Mahesh Shantaram]) [Carlton Vogt]'s [Ethics Matters|http://www2.infoworld.com/cgi/component/columnarchive.wbs?column=ethics]
A Question : IF it was only possible to browse 1 site in the future... What would it be ?
After reading [Andre Durand]'s [Global Consciousness 1.0|http://discuss.andredurand.com/stories/storyReader$187], I have an idea about combining this thought with [Quaker]ism... Why not we implement a system where members can raise 1 issue per day and only 1 a day, Every other member can post their opinion after careful thought and it would be possible to edit the opinion only a few times within the next 1/2 hour ! and That's it ! - I will try to refine it !
([via|http://doc.weblogs.com/2001/11/19#andBlogsNeedClay] [Doc Searls]) November 23rd is [Buy Nothing Day] , [Clay Shirky] needs a blog !
!19
([via|http://owrede.khm.de/2001/11/15] [Oliver Wrede]) [Steve Hooker] : [Radio(Userland) and me|http://steveswar.warblogs.com/radioandme/]
[World AIDS Day] is on December 1st
!18
[http://philip.greenspun.com/photo/pcd0075/dachau-arbeit-56.1.jpg]
Later we went to Munich and waited in the [Marienplatz|http://www.muenchen-tourist.de/deutsch/stadtinformationen/plaetze/marienplatz.htm] for the [Glockenspiel im Rathausturm|http://www.muenchen-tourist.de/englisch/stadtinformationen/plaetze/muenchen-stadtinformationen-sehenswuerdigkeiten-plaetze_e_m.htm]. But, in winter, it only happens once a day at 11AM !
!17
[Madhu Menon] : [Conditional philanthropy - it stinks|http://madman.weblogs.com/2001/11/13]
!16
!15
[HotLinks] is going to charge for their service from 3rd December 2001... If they allow me to maintain 1 URL with multiple categories, I will consider paying for their service... Anyway, they have very nicely allowed me to export the content as a [html file|http://www.carnatic.com/2001/hotlinks.kishorebalakrishnan.2001nov14.htm] - Thanks a lot !
!14
[Free Alina Lebedeva|http://www.geocities.com/elsvenjo/FreeAlina.html] : ...This site is in support of Alina Lebedeva from Latvia. Alina is the schoolgirl who gave Prince Charles a slap in the face with  a bunch of flowers in protest over Britain's involvement in the war against Afghanistan. She is provisionally charged with endangering the life of foreign dignitary. If found guilty she could face up to 15 years in prison...
[http://www.carnatic.com/pictures/deepavali_image001.gif] [http://www.carnatic.com/pictures/deepavali_image002.gif]
[Satya Viswanathan|http://www.coroflot.com/satyaviswanathan] : [Ho! I went to America|http://www.livejournal.com/users/satyav/day/2001/10/11]
!13
On Monday, November 12, 2001, at 11:54 pm
[Mira Art] [quotes|http://surprise.editthispage.com/2001/11/08] Mark Twain : Always do right. That will gratify some of the people, and astonish the rest.
[Shoba Narayan] : [Fashionably Devout|http://about.beliefnet.com/frameset.asp?pageLoc=/story/86/story_8692_1.html&boardID=23424]
!12
[Bill Clinton] : [A struggle for the soul of the 21st century|http://www.salon.com/news/feature/2001/11/10/speech/index.html]
[Richard Fritzson] [reacts|http://www.interesting-people.org/archives/interesting-people/200111/msg00189.html] to article [Study of Disputed Florida Ballots Finds Justices Did Not Cast the Deciding Vote|http://www.interesting-people.org/archives/interesting-people/200111/msg00183.html] by starting 'This is a pretty outrageous headline for this story.'
[This Diwali has lost its sparkle|http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/articleshow.asp?art_id=2125046482] : ...Sampoorna Kohli, weaving his way through the small lanes of the Central Market in Lajpat Nagar, sums it up succinctly: "There is uncertainty for everyone. Nobody is feeling particularly festive what with jobs on the line and businesses doing badly. The light has already gone out of this Diwali."...
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!10
[Swami Sivananda] : From [ABANDON BODY-CONSCIOUSNESS|http://www.dlsmd.org/sdr/11-sdr%20nov/1109.htm] : ...This body which is full of impurities, urine, pus and faecal matter etc., is perishable. It is like froth or bubble or mirage. It is despised by its enemies. It remains like a useless log of wood on the ground when prana (life) leaves it. It is the cause of pain and suffering. It is your enemy. You should treat this body with contempt, as dung. Why should you cling to it and worship it with scents, powders and flowers? Do not be silly and foolish in adorning it with fine silks and ornaments. It is dire ignorance only...
[Alwin Hawkins] : [New tag line|http://www.vfth.com/2001/11/10] and the cornerstone of a new ethic for me. : ''Work, Don't Whine''
[Doc Searls] is [Diggin'|http://doc.weblogs.com/2001/11/09#digginDurand] [Andre Durand]
[Deepavali] is on the 14th this year. Anyway...
[Deepavali] is on 14th November
[Vincent Laforet] : [Frontiers of War|http://www.nytimes.com/2001/10/19/international/index_JOURNAL01.html]
[via|http://jim.roepcke.com/2001/10/31#item3142] [Jim Roepcke] : [Seth Dillingham] : [Knowledge Management, Meta Data, and the Organization|http://www.truerwords.net/1241]
[Mira Art|http://surprise.editthispage.com/2001/11/01] : ...I never liked it, feeling the hypocrisy...
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[2001October] : Previous < < < [Weblog2001November] > > > Next : [Weblog2001December]
Stomach Ache
1. The patient should have clear bowel movements and should not be constipated. According to Ayurveda every one should pass stool at least once in 24 hours. Early morning (first thing after waking up ) is the best time to do this. In the case of severe constipation an enema with warm water can be given. Two tea spoons of castor oil mixed in a cup of warm milk can be given to the patient every night before going to bed or whenever necessary.
intuition
* 2001 November 01 : "Curiousity and Intention are the only requirements" states [Sharon Franquemont] in [You already know what to do]
You already know what to do
http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/158542031X/
Mahesh Shantaram
* [15 day backlog|http://www.livejournal.com/users/msram/day/2001/07/30]
* [Nidhi Taparia] of [Rediff] questions and [Mahesh Answers|http://msram.livejournal.com/day/2001/09/15]...
* 2002 Jan 01 : http://www.livejournal.com/users/msram/day/2001/12/10
[Inflight Memories|http://msram.livejournal.com/day/2001/05/12] : "Some of my favourite, most memorable photos are those shot at airports, stations, and harbours. They leave behind lasting impressions. This is probably because I shot them just as I arrived at a place or when I was about to depart. That's the moment when I would have been at an emotional high."
Swami Vivekananda
[Swami Vivekanda: What Have I learnt?|http://www.geocities.com/Athens/Olympus/5208/vedanta/learnt.html] (Delivered at Dacca, 30th March, 1901)
Relative and Absolute Happiness
One friend whose dramatic life proved this was Natalia Saltz, who founded the first children©ˆs theater in Moscow. In the 1930©ˆs, she and her husband were marked by the Soviet Union©ˆs secret police. Even though they were guilty of no crime, her husband was arrested and executed and she was sent to a prison camp in the frozen depths of Siberia. After she recovered from the initial shock, she started looking at her situation, not with despair, but for opportunity.
She survived the five year prison sentence, and dedicated the rest of her long life to creating children©ˆs theater. When we met for the first time in Moscow in 1981, she was already in her 80©ˆs. She was as radiant and buoyant as a young girl. Her smile was the smile of someone who has triumphed over the hardships of life.
Ayurveda
* [Ayurveda, mystery medicine|http://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/0,,68-2001380870,00.html] : ...Given my scientific inclination, I cannot help but marvel at the principles of Ayurvedic medicine. Everything in the universe, including me and my four goldfish, is composed of five elements collectively known as panchamahabhutas: space, air, fire, water and earth...
Who am i?
"Who am I?" is the title given to a set of questions and answers bearing on Self-enquiry. The questions were put to Bhagavan Sri Ramana Maharshi by one Sri M. Sivaprakasam Pillai about the year 1902. Sri Pillai, a graduate in Philosophy, was at the time employed in the Revenue Department of the South Arcot Collectorate. During his visit to Tiruvannamalai in 1902 on official work, he went to Virupaksha Cave on Arunachala Hill and met the Master there. He sought from him spiritual guidance, and solicited answers to questions relating to Self-enquiry. As Bhagavan was not talking then, not because of any vow he had taken, but because he did not have the inclination to talk, he answered the questions put to him by gestures, and when these were not understood, by writing. As recollected and recorded by Sri Sivaprakasam Pillai, there were fourteen questions with answers to them given by Bhagavan. This record was first published by Sri Pillai in 1923, along with a couple of poems composed by himself relating how Bhagavan's grace operated in his case by dispelling his doubts and by saving him from a crisis in life. 'Who am I?' has been published several times subsequently. We find thirty questions and answers in some editions and twenty-eight in others. There is also another published version in which the questions are not given, and the teachings are rearranged in the form of an essay. The extant English translation is of this essay. The present rendering is of the text in the form of twenty-eight questions and answers.
June 30, 1982
1 . Who am I ?
10. How will the mind become quiescent?
11. What is the means for constantly holding on to the thought 'Who am I?'
12. Are there no other means for making the mind quiescent?
13. The residual impressions (thoughts) of objects appear wending like the waves of an ocean. When will all of them get destroyed?
14. Is it possible for the residual impressions of objects that come from beginningless time, as it were, to be resolved, and for one to remain as the pure Self?
15. How long should inquiry be practised?
16. What is the nature of the Self?
17. Is not everything the work of God?
18. Of the devotees, who is the greatest?
19. What is non-attachment?
21. Is it necessary for one who longs for release to inquire into the nature of categories (tattvas)?
Chandramouli Mahadevan
The following photo is his current (2001 Nov 16) best!
Deepavali
DEEPAVALI or Diwali means "a row of lights". It falls on the last two days of the dark half of Kartik (October-November). For some it is a three-day festival. It commences with the Dhan-Teras, on the 13th day of the dark half of Kartik, followed the next day by the Narak Chaudas, the 14th day, and by Deepavali proper on the 15th day.
[Deepavali e-cards|http://www.123greetings.com/events/diwali/]
Hal B. Rager
http://hal.editthispage.com/2001/10/23
Ford Focus
Since August 20th 2001, [we] are using a Ford Focus - Metallic Silver
Andre Durand
[Global Consciousness 1.0|http://discuss.andredurand.com/stories/storyReader$187]
Geoff Goodfellow
[Saying Goodbye, and Good Riddance to Silicon Valley|http://www.nytimes.com/library/tech/99/01/biztech/articles/17drop.html] - 'success is getting what you want & happiness is wanting what you get' - ...Until last year, Geoff Goodfellow was a Silicon Valley Wunderkind, a pioneer in the field of wireless electronic mail. Now, as a resident of the Czech Republic, he wakes up each day and gazes from the balcony of his loft over a jumble of rooftops at the Prague Castle on a nearby hill...
Karl Benz
[DaimlerChrysler : The year 1844|http://www.daimlerchrysler.com/index_e.htm?/history/epoche1/history1844_d_e.htm] : Karl Benz is born in [Karlsruhe] in 1844 and more than a hundred years later [Kishore Balakrishnan] is born on the same day in [Madurai]
Madurai
Hotel Duke - 6, North Veli Street, Madurai 625001 - Tel +91 452 2341154, 2341155, 2341156, 2341157, 2341679 - Fax +91 452 2626773
Joel Snyder
http://www.opus1.com/www/jms.html
Doug Baron
[Doug Baron's Radio Weblog|http://radio.weblogs.com/0001075/]
Lawrence Lee
http://radio.weblogs.com/0001013/
Robert Scoble
[People] > Robert Scoble http://radio.weblogs.com/0001011/
[Did Scoble gets Microsofted or did Microsoft get Scobleized?|http://radio.weblogs.com/0001011/2003/04/15.html]
20040320 : [fastcompany.com: It's A Blog World After All|http://www.fastcompany.com/magazine/81/blog.html] : .....Robert Scoble may well be one of the most powerful people in Redmond right now.....
Alwin Hawkins
a [New tag line|http://www.vfth.com/2001/11/10] and the cornerstone of a new ethic for me. : ''Work, Don't Whine''
Gurdjieff
http://www.barnett.sk/software/osho/askosh71.htm
Henry Miller
2002 September 15 : I received the following quote in the 'Welcome to [BookCrossing]' email
Ralph Waldo Emerson
http://www.transcendentalists.com/1emerson.html
Helen Keller
http://www.pantos.org/atw/35412.html
Lee Iacocca
http://www.saintrochtree.com/articles/000251.htm
Avul Pakir Jainulabdeen Abdul Kalam
Telephone : +91 44 2300886 and 2355797 - Fax 2350397
[A blog about India's 12th President|http://abdulkalam.blogspot.com]
Shoba Narayan
http://about.beliefnet.com/author/author_119.html
Rick Saenz
[Books that Changed my life|http://upstairs.weblogger.com/stories/storyReader$13]
George Orwell
http://www.k-1.com/Orwell/
HotLinks
2001 nov 14 : http://www.hotlinks.com/ is one of the best free web services ! - From 12/3/2001, they charge for the service
The Invisible Future: The Seamless Integration of Technology into Everyday Life
http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/0071382240/carnaticcom/
KarthigaSaravanan
Karthiga got married to [Saravanan|http://www.carnatic.com/sara/index.htm] On July 2nd 1999.
Chandramouli
He love to take more photos. You should see his professional touch [here|http://86400.weblogs.com/pictures/viewer$17] - Really superb!
Arbeit Macht Frei
[http://philip.greenspun.com/photo/pcd0075/dachau-arbeit-56.1.jpg]
Srividhya Arvind
Srividhya is my([Sushma Kishore]) friend. She got married to Arvind on August 22nd 1999 & now she is living in Mumbai. Their reception photo taken at Erode with my parents. Balaji & supriya is also there.
The Machine That Changed the World : The Story of Lean Production
http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/isbn=0060974176/carnaticcom/
Lagaan
http://msram.livejournal.com/day/2001/07/01
A Brief History of Time
http://www.time.com/time/time100/poc/magazine/a_brief_history_of_rela6a.html
Mother
[Being a Good Mother|http://rachnaunedited.wordpress.com/2009/12/28/being-a-good-mother/]
Steve Hooker
http://steveswar.warblogs.com/ , http://radio.weblogs.com/0001263/
Vikas Kamat
* 2001 Jan 01 - Vikas on a vacation to the DisneyWorld, Orlando --- his [content scheduling|http://www.kamat.com/vikas/blog.php?date=1/1/2002] is working perfectly !
Munich
[BMW Museum|http://www.bmw.com/generic/com/de/fascination/discover/history/mobiletradition/museum/museum_overview.html] Petuelring 130, 80788 München - opened daily from 9.00am - 5.00pm admission until 4.00pm - Eintrittspreise: Erwachsene 3,00 EUR; ermäßigt 2,00 EUR
Read It and Think It
Questions:- 1. A murderer is condemned to death. He has to choose between three rooms. The first is full of raging fires,The second is full of assassins with loaded guns,and the third is full of lions that haven't eaten in 3years. Which room is safest for him.
said, "that's nothing, I can stay under water for 10 minutes using no types of equipment or air pockets!" The magician told the kid if he could do that, he'd give him $10,000. The kid did it and won the money. Can you figure out how?
1. The third Lions that haven't eaten in three years are dead.
3. The kid filled a glass of water & held it over his head for 10 minutes.
Clay Shirky
"I am not going to pretend to have anything other than a profoundly discursive cast of mind. Since discovering the net in 1993, the things I've spent my time thinking through, working on, and writing about have varied widely.
Quaker
http://kishore.editthispage.com/2000/12/27
Albert Einstein
http://www.dumblittleman.com/2010/03/10-amazing-lessons-albert-einstein.html
IT jokes
enters a NASA Webster, scans the ground using hisGPS, opens a database and 60 Excel tables filled with logarithms and pivot tables, then prints out a 150-page report on his high-tech mini-printer. He turns to the shepherd and says, "You have exactly 1,586 sheep here."
Azim Premji
http://www.businessweek.com/magazine/content/01_27/b3739083.htm
Kuala Lumpur
# Mr Bell - +60 19365 3049
# T. W. Lee - +60 12 538 2728 - esp. Genting
# http://www.simplelife.com.my/ - KLCC Outlet - Stall 11, Signature Food Court, Level 2, Suria KLCC, Kuala Lumpur City Centre, 50088 Kuala Lumpur. Tel/Fax: 03-2181 7800
# Woods Bio Marche - Lot G-02, Ground Floor, Wisma Bukit Bintang, 28, Jalan Bukit Bintang, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 55100 - 603-21431636
Berjaya Times Square Hotel and Convention Center - B2109 - arr 23/3 - dep 25/3
Leimen
Baeckerei Helmut Weber, Theodor-Heuss-Str. 102 - 69181 Leimen - Tel +49 6224 4456
Stadtmuseum Leimen - St. Ilgen - Weberstr. 4, St. Ilgen - Tel 704400 - Oeffnungzeiten: Jeden 1. Sonntag im Monat von 14:00 bis 17:00 Uhr - Sonderfuehrungen nach vorheriger Anmeldung - Eintritt frei
Chennai
Barathi Call Taxi : +91 44 2814 22 33
2009 dec 11 fri - http://www.creamcentre.com/ should consider a simple page for the iPhone !
Wayne Downing
http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/articles/A55417-2001Nov19.html
"...As a young Ranger, Downing, now 61, learned to stalk the enemy at night and capture rattlesnakes for food..."
Jiddu Krishnamurti
[Krishnamurti Text Collection|http://krisnam.freewebpages.org/] : all known works after 1933 online
Think on These Things
|<a href="http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/0060916095/carnaticcom"><img src="http://images.amazon.com/images/P/0060916095.01.TZZZZZZZ.jpg" border="0" alt="Jiddu Krishnamurti: Think on these Things" hspace="3" vspace="3"/></a>
Developer Works
http://www-106.ibm.com/developerworks/ : IBM's resource for developers
PHP
([via|http://www.paradox1x.org/weblog/kmartino/archives/000818.shtml#000818] Karl Martino) [Making the Case for PHP at Yahoo|http://public.yahoo.com/~radwin/talks/yahoo-phpcon2002.htm]
Google
http://www.kaushik.net/avinash/10-insights-from-11-months-of-working-at-google/
Microserfs
http://www.wired.com/wired/archive/2.01/microserfs.html
The Mythical Man-Month
http://www.ercb.com/feature/feature.0001.html
Only a Ripe Fruit Falls
([source|http://www.sannyas.org/quotes/19740517.htm])
My Way: The Way of the White Clouds, Chapter #8, 17th May 1974
My Way: The Way of the White Clouds, Ch. 8, 17 May 1974
Python
http://www.devshed.com/Server_Side/Python/Python101
Programming
http://prog21.dadgum.com/ - Programming in the 21st Century - It's not about technology for its own sake. It's about being able to implement your own ideas.
Coding Guidelines: Finding the Art in the Science - What separates good code from great code? - http://queue.acm.org/detail.cfm?id=2063168
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[Codd's 12 rules|http://luna.pepperdine.edu/~ckettemb/class/Codd12R.html] : Dr. E. F. Codd, the originator of the relational data model, published a two-part article in ComputerWorld (Codd, 1985) that lists 12 rules for how to determine whether a DBMS is relational and to what extent it is relational.
Java
([via|http://www.paradox1x.org/weblog/kmartino/archives/000758.shtml#000758|] [Karl Martino]) [Introduction to Computer Science using Java|http://chortle.ccsu.ctstateu.edu/cs151/cs151java.html]
Wings of Fire
http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/8173711461/carnaticcom/
The Simpler Life
http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/0762100613/carnaticcom/
The Elements of Style
http://www.bartleby.com/141/
Politics and the English Language
http://www.k-1.com/Orwell/pol.htm
Marriage
[Make Your Marriage A Priority And Your Kids Will Benefit|http://www.zenfamilyhabits.net/2009/10/make-your-marriage-a-priority-and-your-kids-will-benefit/]
* (who said it) Love isn't about finding someone perfect; it's about learning to love an imperfect person perfectly. [comment|http://www.sathanurdam.com/radhika/index.jsp?Menuchoice=blog/2002_06_23_radhika_archive.html#78154241]
* [7 key ingredients of a healthy marriage|http://www.foreverwed.com/articles/marriage/1.htm]
* Here are 10 Ways to Light [His|http://www.lightyourfire.com/online/advice/advice_tips_his.htm] / [Her|http://www.lightyourfire.com/online/advice/advice_tips_her.htm] Fire
The Ten Marks of a Happy Marriage
Marriage is beautiful, fulfilling and difficult. After 35 years and three months of marriage, and 11,000 hours of pastoral counseling, I have learned twenty things about good and bad marriages. (Ten myths about marriage will follow in another post).
1. COMMITMENT: Some couples like their wedding service to be traditional, others 'freer'. But three solemn declarations must be there somewhere: I am not married to anyone else; I take you ... to be my lawful wedded wife/husband; forsaking all others I will be lovingly committed to you for life. When I counsel a couple before marriage, we talk about their vows (they usually compose their own). Some young people are wary of commitment, and view marriage as a trap. But you can't have a satisfying marriage relationship without commitment - a commitment of one imperfect person to another imperfect person. Marriage is not simply a 50-50 affair: it's 100 per cent give, both ways!
8. GENDER ROLES AND SEX: You've heard the song 'Let's Talk About Sex Baby!' Do that (although the subject of commitment should come first). Think with your brains, not just your hormones! Sex is part of God's creation, which he pronounced 'very good' (Genesis 1:31). Sexual relations are more than physical: they are also emotional, spiritual, and moral. In 1 Corinthians 7:1-5 Paul talks about the willing surrender of husband and wife to each other to create coupleness. There's a lot of help around about a wholesome Christian approach to sex, to guard us against either a lustful hedonism or prudish asceticism. Sex is more than the union of bodies; it is also about roles, so sort them out. With women freer to pursue careers, role-expectations by men of women and women of men are dramatically changing. (Our son Paul, for example, is a 'househusband': our daughter-in-law has a full time remunerated vocation.) What household chores should be done by whom? Expectations are usually connected back to what our parents did - who fixed what, who put out garbage, vacuumed floors, did the cooking, washed the dishes, got up to the sick kids at night, etc. Everything ought to be negotiable on these issues.
10. HAVE REGULAR MARRIAGE CHECK-UPS: at a marriage enrichment/encounter weekend, or with a counselor. Jan and I are currently talking about our relationship to an experienced counseling couple. The issues include: What are our feelings about each other at the moment - and those close to us? How can we accommodate to each other's differing sexual drives? How much 'quality time' should we have with our grandchildren? With Jan's part-time and my full-time ministries, how do we apportion chores, or share each other's vocations?
Date: 8 Mar 1995 14:48:24 GMT
Namoh Namah
http://www.kamakoti.org/miscl/namoh1.html
The German Wine Route
|<a href="http://www.germany-tourism.de/e/2837.html"><img alt="The German Wine Route" src="http://www.carnatic.com/kishore/images/route_wine.gif" width="167" height="315" border="0" /></a>
Weblog2001December
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!Remembering 2001
[Ford Focus], [Digital IXUS], [Presario 701EA]
[Weblog2001November] : Previous < < < [Weblog2001December] > > > Next : [Weblog2002January]
!31
[http://www.carnatic.com/images/20011229snowdecor.jpg]
If you want to lose weight, [goto India|http://news.bbc.co.uk/hi/english/sci/tech/newsid_1668000/1668872.stm] :-)
[Christopher Ryan] [turns two|http://shanson.editthispage.com/2001/12/27]. We have met him in Amsterdam and have a few pictures. He was cute!
[Top 10 Technologies for 2002]
[Aaron Swartz] has [a dream|http://swartzfam.com/aaron/school/2001/12/23/]
[Jeremiah Rogers] [:|http://radio.weblogs.com/0001189/2001/12/21.html#a35] ...I'm only 16, so I still have (estimate here) 70-75 years ideally left until I'm outta commission. Think of how much more knowledge I can gain in that time...
[Jim Roepcke] [receives|http://jim.roepcke.com/2001/12/24#item3879] a Canadian Holiday Greeting
[Rheinmuenster|http://www.rheinmuenster.de/] : The people of Greffern have always operated a ferry service between their town and Drusenheim on the left bank of the river: a pontoon bridge was erected in 1875, followed by the motor ferry "Drusus", which has been providing a free ferry service since 1977.
It is the no. 1 movie at http://us.imdb.com/top_250_films
Ofcourse, I liked the scenic shots in [Lord of the Rings]. But It is not the no. 1 movie I have seen from the imdb list !
[Jason Levine] [:|http://q.queso.com/2001/12/21] ...I have to say that there's a lot more hype than there is movie....
[Mira Art] [:|http://surprise.editthispage.com/2001/12/22] : ...highways with traffic jams as long as 150 km...
Visit our [portfolio|http://www.photo.net/shared/community-member?user_id=119381] at http://www.photo.net
!21
|<img src="http://www.carnatic.com/images/IMG_0131.JPG" width="512" height="384" border=0 alt="fruits">
We are connecting to the net from today with [dsl flat|http://www.billiger-surfen.de/tarifmodelle.php3?name=T-Online&verbindungsnbz=dsl+flat&gueltigab=2001-08-01&gueltigbis=0000-00-00] :-)
I received [Drive10] today. The interface could be better... It could tell us more about what is doing behind the scenes...
[Babylog|http://babyblog.org/] [:|http://babyblog.org/archive/archive.php?12/10/2001_7807035] [W. Bruce Cameron] : [The 8 Simple Rules for Dating My Teenaged Daughter]
[World Bank praises India's highway upgrade|http://news.bbc.co.uk/hi/english/business/newsid_1719000/1719628.stm]
[IBM's Test-Tube Quantum Computer Makes History|http://www.research.ibm.com/resources/news/20011219_quantum.shtml] : ...Scientists at IBM's Almaden Research Center have performed the world's most complicated quantum-computer calculation to date. They caused a billion-billion custom-designed molecules in a test tube to become a seven-qubit quantum computer that solved a simple version of the mathematical problem at the heart of many of today's data-security cryptographic systems...
[An interview|http://www.geocities.com/Athens/Acropolis/1756/leelozo.htm] with Mr. [Lee Lozowick]
I started eating vegetarisch [Flammkuchen|http://www.cantate86.de/flammkuchen.htm] at 12:05 today morning !!!
!19
Date: Tue, 18 Dec 2001 17:20:09 -0800
San Diego - 141 miles.
!18
[Oliver Breidenbach] [:|http://www.fsomm.com/discuss/msgReader$902] The Spiegel figured out how to use numerology to better remember the Euro to DM exchange rate: 1.9 55 83 If you take the sum of the last two pairs it is 10 and 11, respectively. So, the exchange rate is one point nine, ten, eleven...
[Mira Art] [quotes|http://surprise.editthispage.com/2001/12/16] [Buckminster Fuller] : When I am Working on a problem, I never think about beauty. I think only of how to solve the problem. But when I have finished, if the solution is not beautiful, I know it is wrong.
[Why we have a terrorism problem with our airlines|http://www.interesting-people.org/archives/interesting-people/200112/msg00227.html] : ...the FAA had come down hard on the airport only because 1,000 badges was too many, in that regulations permit that airport to have only 500 unaccounted-for access badges....
[Cameron Barrett] [:|http://www.camworld.com/journal/2001/12/#17] [The Dave Winer Big Ego Awards|http://www.camworld.com/journal/rants/2001/12/17.html]
!17
[Sjoerd Visscher] [:|http://w3future.com/weblog/2001/12/12.html] "I got ADSL!" . I hope to say that soon too :-)
[Jason Levine] : [Stanford University Interview|http://www.broaderminds.com/Profiles/Stanford_university/reviews/987553538431.html] : "More important than the workload at Stanford, I find, is the ‘humbling factor’. Basically, if you can gain admission to a school like Stanford, I have no doubt that you can work at the level set by the professors. The problem is more egotistical: can you handle meeting people just as and possibly more intelligent than yourself?"
!14
!13
[Lawrence Lee] pointed to a [new feature|http://ftp3.userland.com/ftpTest/Lawrence/2001/12/11.html] in [Google] and I came across a minor problem ! I did send feedback to Google...
[Saravanan Natarajan] has sent me some (10 !) CDs with Osho's speeches and I have started listening to "Osho about Creativity" and most of the speech is available on the web too...
!12
[Google] [unveils huge archive of USENET back to 1981|http://www.google.com/googlegroups/archive_announce_20.html]
It is all the more an important message when I see news like [U.S. Nearing ABM Treaty Withdrawal|http://dailynews.yahoo.com/htx/nm/20011211/ts/arms_missile_usa_dc_1.html]
!11
[Dave Winer] [on|http://davenet.userland.com/2001/12/10/daveWinerOnASegway] a [Segway]
!10
[Siva Vaidhyanathan] : [Software Is Free Speech|http://www.nytimes.com/2001/12/09/magazine/09SOFTWARE.html] vs [Software] Is [Free Speech]
[Jim Roepcke] [:|http://jim.roepcke.com/2001/12/09] I've been reading through the [AppleScript] documentation throughout the day today. So far I'm very impressed.
[Derk Richardson] : [Eight Things I Learned|http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?file=/gate/archive/2001/12/06/derk.DTL] from [George Harrison]
[http://www.carnatic.com/pictures/powershot_s110-front.gif]
Visit [1000 words]
[Dave Winer] [:|http://scriptingnews.userland.com/backissues/2001/12/06#l86b0989154cbfbef88f0a30f41b96187] Bug reports should have three parts. 1. Here's what I did. 2. This is what I expected to happen. 3. This is what actually happened. For extra credit, if it's a public Web app, provide a URL. It also couldn't hurt to say what version of the software you're using, what OS, and other things that might make your installation different from others.
[16 Ways to Be a Smarter Teacher]
[Benjamin Kuipers] has [a possible solution|http://www.interesting-people.org/archives/interesting-people/200112/msg00061.html] to the Arab-Israeli Conflict
[Lightweight Languages Workshop|http://ll1.mit.edu/]
Sushma always wondered about [Cops get(ting) speeding tickets from cameras|http://www.interesting-people.org/archives/interesting-people/200112/msg00002.html]
[George Harrison] [dies|http://news.bbc.co.uk/hi/english/entertainment/music/newsid_1492000/1492446.stm]. [Craig Jensen] is [Sad and heart broken|http://booknotes.weblogs.com/2001/11/30]. [All Things Must Pass]
I bought [National Geographic]'s [100 best pictures|http://www.nationalgeographic.com/ngm/100best/]
[Andrea Frick] has great pictures from her local [Christmas Market|http://andrea.editthispage.com/weihnachtsmarkt2001]
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200601
[Days] > 200601
9w15 14jan
9w16 22jan
George Harrison
[George Harrison Interview: Hare Krishna Mantra--There's Nothing Higher (1982)|http://www.krishna.org/Articles/2000/08/00066.html]
Craig Jensen
[My Blog Is My Voice|http://booknotes.weblogs.com/2001/12/02]
All Things Must Pass
([source|http://web.mit.edu/scholvin/www/harrison/c301.htm#1-14])
Weihnachtsmarkt
[http://www.heidelberg.de/veransta/image12/weihn150.JPG]
http://www.germany-tourism.de/e/1579_12307.html : ...Sniff the aroma of freshly roasted almonds and gingerbread spices. Warm your hands and your heart with a hearty swig of mulled wine and let yourself be enchanted by the sound of christmas trumpets and choirs...
Venice
[Mira Art]'s [Venice|http://surprise.editthispage.com/2002/02/11]
digital camera
* 2001 December 08 - We bought a [Digital IXUS] V at [New York Camera] in person
# [Jeff Keller]'s [Digital Camera Resource Page] - I like this very very much because all the individual reviews are in 1 page !
Jeff Keller
1) http://lostworld.pair.com/
He currently (2001 Dec 05) owns an [Olympus E-10|http://www.dcresource.com/reviews/olympus/e10-review/index.html]
Bill Joy
Bill Joy, 48, is Chief Scientist of Sun Microsystems and has led Sun's technical strategy since the founding of the company in 1982.
the meaning of life
http://www.aristotle.net/~diogenes/meaning1.htm
Hindu FAQ
http://www.ghen.net/hindufaq/cache/1.html
* [Why do we apply a mark on our forehead?|http://www.ghen.net/hindufaq/cache/10.html]
* [Why do we worship God in different forms?|http://www.ghen.net/hindufaq/cache/13.html]
16 Ways to Be a Smarter Teacher
[Articles] > 16 Ways to Be a Smarter Teacher
Peter Longo
http://www.executiveselect.com/leadersarch/2000/it/nov/1115-1.htm
The Matrix
http://us.imdb.com/Title?0133093
Euro
12 countries started using one currency from Jan 2002
[Der Euro kommt|http://german.about.com/library/weekly/aa010924a.htm]
Software
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* [The 17th Annual Editors' Choice Awards|http://www.macworld.com/2001/12/eddy/awards.html]
Mac OS X
[Mac OS X 10.1 review|http://arstechnica.com/reviews/01q4/macosx-10.1/macosx-10.1-1.html]
Hardware
[Presario 701EA]
Mudda Moopan
source : http://www.ananova.com/news/story/sm_715534.html
A tribal chief in southern India believed to be more than 120 years old says he has fathered far too many children to remember all of them.
The Hindustan Times reports Mudda Moopan, the king of the primitive Karumba tribe in Kerala, can only remember the names of 16 of his 23 wives.
His latest wife is in her early thirties and his youngest child is 11 years old.
The old man says the secret of his longevity and virility lies in a paste made of 10 rare medicinal herbs that he takes three times a day, but he is unwilling to reveal what they are.
An unnamed agricultural scientist at the Thrissur Agricultural University said: "He can identify more than 1,000 rare medicinal plants. He is a living legend - a treasure trove."
Digital IXUS
On December 8th 2001, We bought this [digital camera]
[http://www.carnatic.com/pictures/powershot_s110-front.gif]
* [Macworld: The 17th Annual Editors' Choice Awards|http://www.macworld.com/2001/12/eddy/awards.html] : It's easy to say that more is better, but when it comes to digital imaging, a two-megapixel digital camera fits most people's needs and budgets. Canon shines in this category with its PowerShot S110 Digital Elph (, November 2001, $499; 800/652-2666, http://www.powershot.com), a masterpiece of compact design, simple interface, and picture quality. If you want something to replace your basic film camera, the Digital Elph is the one to buy.
1000 words
[2do] > 1000 words
http://www.carnatic.com/ 1000words
Mark Pilgrim
2003 01 19 [Influences|http://diveintomark.org/archives/2003/01/19.html#influences]
Good Karma
[Mark Pilgrim] : [Hired|http://diveintomark.org/archives/2001/10/23/hired] : ...Welcome to my weblog. I hope you enjoy it. I just got hired for it...It’s the sum of my experiences, a side project of no apparent consequence, a Dave Winer link on a Sunday, a crossing of divergent paths, a lucky break. I’d call it good karma, except that karma is supposed to manifest itself over many lifetimes. It’s not like a crash diet; you’re not supposed to see results within 3 weeks. Maybe I’m the exception that proves the rule...
http://diveintomark.weblogger.com/2001/10/23
One Minute Wisdom
Before I was twenty I never worried about what other people thought of me. But after I was twenty I worried endlessly &#8212; about all the impressions I made and how people were evaluating me. Only sometime after turning fifty did I realize that they hardly ever thought about me at all.
Recipe for the year 2002
Take 12 complete months. Clean them carefully of all bitterness, hate and envy.
Cut each month into 29,30 (or) 31 different pieces. But do not cook them all at the same time. Prepare one day at a time, with the following ingredients : A pinch of faith, a pinch of patience, a pinch of courage and a big spoon of hard work. Add to each day one part hope, faithfulness and kindness.
How to kill a Lion
Balachandar Method : send a lioness into the forest. our lion and lioness will fall in love with each other.Now send another lioness into the forest, followed by a lion.First lion loves the third lioness and and the second lion loves the 4th lioness, but 4th lioness loves both lions.Now send another lioness in to the forest. u dont understand.(just like paarthaale paravasam)right... ok....read it after 15 yrs, then also u won't!
The Song of the Bird
http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ISBN=0385196156/
Poverty
I think [Enlightenment|http://www.realization.org/page/doc0/doc0001.htm] is [poverty|http://www.worldbank.org/poverty/mission/up1.htm] [elimination|http://www.poverty-removal.org]
Shree Mahasivarathri
THIS FALLS on the 13th (or 14th) day of the dark half of Phalgun (February-March). The name means “the night of Shiva”. The ceremonies take place chiefly at night. This is a festival observed in honour of Lord Shiva. Shiva was married to Parvati on this day.
Gokulashtami
The Lord appeared when the moon entered the house of Vrishabha at the constellation of the star Rohini, on Wednesday, the 8th day of the second fortnight of the month of Sravana, which corresponds to the month of Bhadrapada Krishnapaksha according to the Barhaspatyamana, in the year of Visvavasu, 5,172 years ago (from 1945), which means 3227 B.C.
1. During the preceding eight days, Japa of Om Namo Bhagavate Vasudevaya is done intensely.
9. Towards midnight, there is a grand worship of Lord Krishna. The Lord is bathed with milk while His Name is chanted 108 times.
10. This worship concludes with offerings of flowers, waving of lights (Arati), and reading of that portion of the Bhagavatam which deals with the birth of Krishna. This synchronises with midnight, the hour of the Lord’s birth, at which time the murti of the Lord is rocked in a beautifully decorated cradle. After this item, all the assembled devotees partake of the holy prasad or sacrament, and then retire, filled with the Grace and blessings of Lord Krishna.
1. “Before creation I alone existed. There was nothing, neither existence nor non-existence. I am that which remains after dissolution.
ShreeRamanavami
1. Spiritual seekers do as much Japa as possible. The sacred Mantras Om Sri Ramaya Namah or Om Sri Ram Jai Ram Jai Jai Ram are chanted.
10. Earnest seekers take resolves to accelerate their spiritual progress.
Lawrence Benedict
2005 11 24: There are many people with name: Lawrence Benedict,
(see http://www.kishore.org/blog/2005/11/20/my-first-civil-action/)
[Kid Porn Suspect's Strange Saga|http://www.wired.com/news/politics/0,1283,48946,00.html]
Four Great Lessons
1 - Most Important Lesson
One night, at 11:30 PM, an older African American woman was standing on the side of an Alabama highway trying to endure a lashing rainstorm. Her car had broken down and she desperately needed a ride.
Soaking wet, she decided to flag down the next car. A young white man stopped to help her, generally unheard of in those conflict-filled 1960s. The man took her to Safety, helped her get assistance and put her into a taxicab. She seemed to be in a big hurry, but wrote down his address and thanked him.
In the days when an ice cream sundae cost much less, a 10 year old boy entered a hotel coffee shop and sat at a table. A waitress put a glass of water in front of him. "How much is an ice cream sundae?" he asked.
Sharon Holdstock
Sharon Holdstock was born January 23rd, 1969 in Yorkshire, England. She is an artist, raw fooder, earth lover and generic love spreader.
Margaret Mead
http://www.mead2001.org/
Philip James Bailey
http://www.bartleby.com/100/485.html
Lee Lozowick
[An Interview|http://www.geocities.com/Athens/Acropolis/1756/leelozo.htm]
The Pursuit of Wow!
http://my.linkbaton.com/isbn/0679436561
Jeff de Luca
For four years I had the privilege of working for Jeff De Luca. From 1995 to 1997 I was a development team lead on a large C++ project where Jeff was the development manager. Then from 1997 to 1999 I was the development manager on a large Java project in Singapore where Jeff was the project manager and chief architect. On this second project I watched Jeff's drive and ability transform the project from disaster to success.
Java Modeling In Color With UML
http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/013011510X/
Martin Farquhar Tupper
http://www.bartleby.com/100/462.html
Emacs
http://www.paradox1x.org/html/emacs.shtml
Kevin Michael Barbieux
[via|http://www.paradox1x.org/weblog/kmartino/archives/000761.shtml#000761] [Karl Martino]
Zeitgeist
|2001 Dec 21 to ...
|... to 2001 Dec 21
Famine
[http://www.mg.co.za/mg/news/97sep1/12sep-vulture.jpg]
The horror: This Pulitzer Prize-winning photo by M&G photographer [Kevin Carter] captured the suffering of the civilian population in Sudan's civil war back in 1993
source : [Sudan: Huge, bewildering and scarred|http://www.mg.co.za/mg/news/97sep1/12sep-sudan.html]
Kevin Carter
http://www.time.com/time/magazine/archive/1994/940912/940912.press.html
Drive10
[Tools] > Drive10
http://www.micromat.com/drive10.html
Colophon
# [Presario 701EA]
Jace Herring
[bloghosts.com archive on 2004-12-31|http://www.kishore.org/2004/bloghosts-closed-for-business-20041231-0700.htm]
[bloghosts.com archive on 2005-01-18|http://www.kishore.org/2004/bloghosts-closed-for-business-20050118.htm]
2005-01-19 : received a mail from Rob > http://www.crabapplelane.net/roblog/archives/001645.php : .....He([Jace Herring]) owes me money for the unused portion of the service I paid for. He also doesn’t respond to requests.....
2005-01-20 : Google now displays the crabapplelane page as the first hit for the name...
Index20011224
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Blast from the past
http://us.imdb.com/Title?0124298
Entrapment
http://us.imdb.com/Title?0137494
Portal
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* [Technorati Top 100|http://www.technorati.com/cosmos/top100.html]
* [Sushma Kishore's portfolio at photo.net|http://www.photo.net/shared/community-member?user_id=119381]
Jeremiah Rogers
http://radio.weblogs.com/0001189/
Nomic
"A Game of Self-Amendment" was invented by [Peter Suber] in 1982
Ten Things Men Can Do to End Sexism and Male Violence Against Women
( source : http://www.cs.utk.edu/~bartley/other/10Things.html )
* 1 Read about yourself. Read articles, essays, books about masculinity, gender inequality, and the root causes of sexual violence. Educate yourself and others about the connections between larger social forces and the conflicts between individual women and men. Resources: R. W. Connell, Gender and Power; D. Gilmore, Manhood in She Making; M. Messner, D. Sabo, eds., Sport, Men and the Gender Order; J. Stoltenberg, Reusing to Be a Man.
* 10 Support feminists. Commit yourself to ending oppression in all its forms.
Pancha Ganapati
http://www.hinduism-today.com/1995/11/1995-11-14.html
Pancha Ganapati, a five-day festival celebrated from December 21 through
different color: golden yellow on December 21, then royal blue, ruby red,
December 21, yellow: The family sadhana for the first day of Pancha
Writing
Brave Buffalo, Brule Sioux Nation (1985) : ...The Earth People (indigenous natives) never wrote anything down, had no written language. They knew that if they wrote anything down it would be disastrous. If you write something down you don't have to remember it. And mind goes off into unconsciousness. It becomes negative, or unconscious force...
The three most difficult things for a human being
from [Awareness] (19 - How happiness happens)
Don't make me think!
http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/0789723107/
Steve Krug
...After a decade writing computer manuals, in 1989 Steve Krug moved up the food chain to usability testing and interface design so he could fix the problems instead of explaining them...
Top 10 Technologies for 2002
[Articles] > Top 10 Technologies for 2002
http://www.cfoeurope.com/200112b.html
Cooperation
[Peter Koestenbaum]'s Weekly Leadership thought for December 24, 2001
Layoff
Updated on 2007-02-03 - The original article that was at ww.sulekha.com/articledesc.asp?cid=159786 is not found any longer! Manish doesnot have a copy as well !
summary of the article at www.sulekha.com/articledesc.asp?cid=159786
Microsoft
[Leaf Nodes|http://www.netcrucible.com/blog/2003/05/26.html#a331]
Penang
[Tropical Fruit Farm|http://www.malaysianescape.com/states/penang/fruit_farm/] - [We] were there on 6th November 1999...
Heiligenblut
http://www.tiscover.com/1Root/Kontinent/6/Staat/7/Bundesland/17/Ort/472/Homepage/f_homepage...2.html
Rupertihaus
http://www.tiscover.com/1Root/Kontinent/6/Staat/7/Bundesland/17/Ort/472/Hotel/226083/Homepage/f_homepage...2.html
Padma Varadan
She starts the tribute ([part one|http://www.carnatica.com/tribute/rra1.htm]) to her father as follows
Rangaramanuja Ayyangar
1901-1980
His pioneer compendium is KRITIMANIMALAI Series. The series comprise detailed solfa notations for over 1500 Classical compositions on unprecedented lines along with annotations and running into over 3000 pages including all extant pieces of Tyagaraja, Muthuswami Deekshitar, Syama Sastri as also hundred Kshetragna padams, Tillanas and classic pieces of other noted post Tyagaraja period composers. There are two publications in English besides on the evolution and Theory of Carnatic music including a critical study of Saarangadeva: Sangeeta Ratnakaram.
http://www.carnatica.com/tribute/rra1.htm
Presario 701EA
[Computers] > [Hardware] > Presario 701EA
http://www.compaq.co.za/products/tertiary/pcs/products_pres701EA.asp
Astron Hotel Hirschberg/Heidelberg
Tel. + 49/6201/50 20
Fax + 49/6201/571 76
On Heidelberg's doorstep. Directly on the Bergstraße. Motorway 2 km, Weinheim railway station 5 km, Weinheim 6 km, Heidelberg 9 km, Mannheim/Ludwigshafen 18 km.
http://212.227.154.236/astron_new/einside_new.php3?HOTEL=762442
Weblog2002January
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Previous >>> [Weblog2001December]
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[Dave Winer] [:|http://scriptingnews.userland.com/backissues/2002/01/14#philosophy] "No locked trunks. Use Radio 8 because it's the best choice. Your choice."
!14
Over the weekend, I spent lot of time learning Radio UserLand 8.0 >>> 0100563 >>> http://www.carnatic.com/kishore/ru/
!12
!11
[Pongal] festival is celebrated on 14th this year. This is the day on which the sun begins to move northwards (also called Makara Shankranti). For Tamilians, Makara Shankranti ushers in the New Year. The corn that is newly-harvested is cooked for the first time on that day. Joyous festivities mark the celebration in every home.
!10
[Lawrence Lee] [:|http://radio.weblogs.com/0001013/2002/01/03.html] "The [Digital Identity Weblog|http://weblog.digital-identity.info/] is a [must-read]."
[Rebecca Blood] [:|http://www.rebeccablood.net/archive/2002/01.html#07e] "I think you may be interested in [viviculture]: it is weblog as an exercise in mindfulness. Kurt's statement of principles especially resonates with me."
[Greg Franklin] : [A Fast Food Era Ends|http://flyingchihuahuas.editthispage.com/2002/01/09]
[John Dingell] (after he was [forced to strip!|http://www.newsday.com/news/politics/wire/sns-ap-congressman-searched0108jan08.story]) "I asked Norman to check to see if they treated me like they do everybody else," Dingell said. "I just wanted to be sure that what they did was necessary, that I got the same treatment, no better or no worse, than anyone else."
[Joel Spolsky] [:|http://www.joelonsoftware.com/articles/fog0000000339.html] "Sometimes I just can't get anything done......Many of my days go like this: (1) get into work (2) check email, read the web, etc. (3) decide that I might as well have lunch
have to get started (9) launch the damn editor and (10) write code
[John VanDyk] [:|http://iowa.weblogger.com/2002/01/04] "The writings of [Wendell Berry] seem to be popping up with astonishing frequency of late."
[Sarvottam] [:|http://www.livejournal.com/users/sarvottam/day/2002/01/04] [Good News India]
[Russell Lipton] [:|http://static.userland.com/userLandDiscussArchive/msg018410.html] "...There is an inherent degree of [serendipity] in Web-learning that routes around this kind of thing..."
[Craig Jensen] [:|http://booknotes.weblogs.com/2001/12/22] "With the tumultous state the world is in I feel uncomfortable, even guilty, being in any kind of festive or celebratory mood. And, in fact, I'm not festive. Nor am I filled with hope from any kind of religious faith. I'm mostly depressed. - - - But I realize that the sphere within which I have the most influence is my family. The most important people to me are my wife, son and daughter and then my extended family. Mothers, fathers, sisters, brothers, nieces, nephews. All the quirks and dysfunctionalty set aside, this is the circle where I can find unbounded love and acceptance. It is the place where I can return that love, equally unbounded, without fear of reprisal or rejection. I am lucky. Truly so. I intend to immerse myself in my good fortune. In my own little circle I will enjoy peace and love and joy. - - - My hope and wish is that you will find yourselves enjoying the same. Be safe and well."
[Mira Art] [:|http://surprise.editthispage.com/2002/01/04] "winter morning - out of bed - it's impossible!"
[Mark Kraft] is a [geeth|http://www.livejournal.com/userinfo.bml?user=insomnia] and states "I left a $125,000 a year job to become the "All things business" manager of LiveJournal, which means I oversee a ton of things regarding the strategy, design, and viability of the LiveJournal community / open source project. It's more than just business, especially to me. [Dulce et decorum est]..."
[Brent Simmons] has [many ideas|http://inessential.com/2002/01/02.html] for [Apple]. One of them "[Mac OS X] for x86" is something I would like too :-)
In Germany, [Fourth phase of ecological tax reform started on January 1, 2002 |http://eng.bundesregierung.de/top/dokumente/Artikel/ix_66146.htm?template=single&id=66146_4317&script=1&ixepf=_66146_4317]
To [Dave Winer]: Wishing you lot more [flow|http://radio.weblogs.com/0001184/2002/01/01.html] in the years to come. Where are the list of all your articles like [When to give away the technology] :-)
[Cameron Barrett] [:|http://www.camworld.com/journal/2002/01/#01] "Must...not...break...New...Year's...resolution... Must...not...read...certain...Web...sites.... Must...stay...away...."
[Stan Krute] [:|http://radio.weblogs.com/0001184/2002/01/01.html] "Dave knows Flow. The Power of Flow. The Beauty of Flow. The Goodness of Flow. The Win-Win-Win-Win-Win of Flow. You flow my way, I flow your way, ya give flow, ya get flow, others see this and join in on the fun, pretty soon, we're all surfing a happy big flowin' wave of our own communitarian making."
[Vikas Kamat] [:|http://www.kamat.com/vikas/blog.php?date=1/1/2002] [Bathing and Personal Hygiene in Ancient India|http://www.kamat.com/kalranga/ancient/bathing/index.htm]
!01
[Mira Art] [:|http://surprise.editthispage.com/2002/01/01] ...I rather wish all of us the energy and the desire to create luck, to make it happen.....by understanding one's role in this life...
My ex-weblog [Kishore Balakrishnan's Psychic RAM|http://kishore.editthispage.com/] has attracted [Synergy]'s [favorable attention|http://synergy.editthispage.com/stories/storyReader$11]. Nice :-)
[Mira Art] : [Water=Life=Alive=Divine|http://surprise.editthispage.com/2001/12/30]
Sushma is preparing [Sago Payasam|http://www.indiatastes.com/categories/316.html] for lunch.
[Vikas Kamat] explains [Feedback], [quotes|http://www.kamat.com/vikas/blog.php?date=12/27/2001] [Mahatma Gandhi] : "To make peace with evil in order to avoid conflict, is cowardice."
[Mahesh Shantaram] [:|http://www.livejournal.com/users/msram/day/2001/12/10] ...We want to achieve all our goals. We want to make all our dreams comes true......Where's the money?...
mmm... Is anyone researching "What is the average number of days before everyone writes 2002 instead of 2001" !
Previous >>> [Weblog2001December]
Synergy
[Hopes and Purposes|http://synergy.editthispage.com/stories/storyReader$7] : ...This weblog is intended only as an aid to my "quality of life," as embodied in my primary hope for the year 2001...
Children
* [Why baby is the best medicine|http://www.femail.co.uk/pages/standard/article.html?in_article_id=149979&in_page_id=170] ([via garret|http://www.dangerousmeta.com/posts/02/20021204])
Feedback
[Vikas Kamat] documents his [personal experience|http://www.kamat.com/vikas/blog.php?date=08/29/2001]
When to give away the technology
http://scriptingnews.userland.com/stories/storyReader$1477
The Web is generous
http://scriptingnews.userland.com/backissues/2002/01/01#theWebIsGenerous
Happiness
via http://zedshaw.com/ => http://www.thewaytohappiness.org : ..The Way to Happiness Foundation International was established in 1984 with the mission of reversing the moral decay in society by restoring trust and honesty in the world through the publication and widespread distribution of The Way to Happiness. Today the book is published in 90 languages..
[This Happiness Business|http://oblivio.com/road/road0111b.html#x011113]
André Radke
http://spicynoodles.com/2002/01/01
Now and Then
http://us.imdb.com/Title?0114011
Companies
[Why Companies Fail?|http://www.fortune.com/indexw.jhtml?channel=artcol.jhtml&doc_id=207919]
Gottlieb Daimler
http://www.bics.be.schule.de/son/verkehr/presse/1999_1/v3891_00.htm
SAP
SAP is the world’s leading provider of business software solutions. SAP® solutions are designed to meet the demands of companies of all sizes—from small and midsize businesses to global enterprises. Powered by the SAP NetWeaver™ open integration and application platform to reduce complexity and total cost of ownership and empower business change and innovation, mySAP™ Business Suite solutions are helping enterprises around the world improve customer relationships, enhance partner collaboration and create efficiencies across their supply chains and business operations. The unique core processes of various industries, from aerospace to utilities, are supported by SAP’s 28 industry-specific solution portfolios. Today, more than 21,600 customers in over 120 countries run more than 69,700 installations of SAP® software. With subsidiaries in more than 50 countries, the company is listed on several exchanges, including the Frankfurt stock exchange and NYSE under the symbol "SAP." (Additional information at <http://www.sap.com>)
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April 1, 1972 was the start of one of the most exciting chapters in the annals of [Germany]'s economic and business history. [Hasso Plattner], [Dietmar Hopp], Claus Wellenreuther, Klaus Tschira, and Hans-Werner Hector founded the company known today as SAP.
* 2005 Jan 01 : Skills required in a consultant - a SAP Customer's CIO in Singapore
* 2004 June 15 : [SAP Plans Chennai Development Centre|http://www.financialexpress.com/fe_full_story.php?content_id=61262]
* 2004 May 12 : [Sapphire Asia Pacific 2004|http://www.sap.com/australia/sapphire04/] at Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre Brisbane, Australia, June 1- 4, 2004
* 2004 Feb 24 : [SAP’s biggest enemy is complacency, says operations chief|http://www.asiacomputerweekly.com/acw_ViewArt.cfm?Artid=22900&catid=2&subcat=19] : .....The biggest enemy SAP faces in 2004 is neither the competition nor market conditions, but complacency, said its president for Global Field Operations Leo Apotheker.....It is indeed very easy for the vendor to rest on its laurels. After all, it still has the highest market share in the enterprise applications segment.....
* 2003 November 19 - ([via|http://jeremy.zawodny.com/blog/archives/001073.html] [Jeremy Zawodny]) : [MaxDB (from MySQL & SAP) is Available|http://www.mysql.com/press/release_2003_35.html]
* 2003 August 04 - [SAP realigns global R&D|http://www.infoworld.com/article/03/07/28/HNsaprandd_1.html] : ...Aims to meet customers' needs for industry-specific systems more quickly, cost-efficiently...SAP has established three new development organizations along with an "application platform and architecture group," which will develop standard technologies to be shared across the other three divisions...
* 2003 May 12 - [Stock Market Art|http://www.aec.at/annualreport/start.html] : ...Together with Ars Electronica Center in Linz, Austria, the New York artists Golan Levin and Zachary Liebermann have developed an unusual, interactive visualization using SAP stock data...
Henry James Gallagher
2001 Jan 02 : [We] went to see him in the evening...
2001 Jan 01 : 1430 CET : Master Gallagher is born at [Krankehaus Salem|http://www.salem-krankenhaus.de/] ( currently at room 404 ). He looks cute :-) >>> [first pictures|http://gallagher.150m.com/family/babypics.html]
http://gallagher.150m.com/
The laughing Buddha
http://86400.weblogs.com/2002/01/03
Knowledge
[Sébastien Paquet] : [Personal knowledge publishing and its uses in research|http://radio.weblogs.com/0110772/stories/2002/10/03/personalKnowledgePublishingAndItsUsesInResearch.html]
Alan Kay
Wired brings together two legendary minds: Alan Kay and Danny Hillis. [The result|http://www.wired.com/wired/archive/2.01/kay.hillis_pr.html] is a fast-forward, neuron-boggling, early-warning scan of times ahead.
Words
[Osho] [in|http://www.ofpain.com/workinProg/afewwords/new_l_i_f_e_12.html] [The Book of Secrets] : ...Jean-Paul Sartre wrote an autobiography. He called it Words. The name is very meaningful. It is the autobiography of every man-words and words and words. You are filled with words, and this process of words continues the whole day, even in the mind. When you are sleeping, you are still filled with words, thoughts. The mind is just an accumulation of words, and everyone is too much obsessed with the mind. That is why self-knowledge becomes more and more impossible. The self is beyond the words, or beyond the words, or behind the words, or below the words, or above the words, but never in the words. You exist not in the mind, but just below the mind, behind the mind, above the mind-never in the mind. You are focused in the mind, but you are not there...
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Kirtan
http://www.geocities.com/Tokyo/1148/k.html
Apple
http://www.nilsjuenemann.de/2011/11/applecom-xss-gallery.html : Apple has a credit page who have reported potential security issues? They call it "Apple Webserver Notifications" ... http://support.apple.com/kb/ht1318
http://kevinrose.com/blogg/2011/3/14/apples-role-in-japan-during-the-tohoku-earthquake.html
|<img alt="Fruit Orchard in Oppenau" src="http://www.carnatic.com/kishore/images/20020218oppenau.jpg" width="640" height="480" border="0" />
The God of Small Things
http://endeavor.med.nyu.edu/lit-med/lit-med-db/webdocs/webdescrips/roy1177-des-.html
Pearls
([source|http://radio.weblogs.com/0101915/2002/01/21.html#a8]) ...Perhaps the reason we in America feel less impacted by the suffering of folks in other countries is the same reason we are heartbroken by deaths in our own family but barely acknowledge the passing away of the old man down the street -- regardless of the fact that old man may have a loving family that is devastated by the loss. It only hurts when it is your own hand that is cut off. The preciousness of life is universal. Unfortunately, so is the callousness of man. - - - - - The God I know has no nationality...
([source|http://www.ramana-maharshi.org/m_path/1964_1/editorial.htm]) ...It is related (and the story is no less significant whether historically true or not) that after attaining Enlightenment the Buddha's first impulse was to abide in the effulgence of Bliss without turning back to convey the incommunicable to mankind. Then he reflected: "Some there are who are clear-sighted and do not need my teaching, and some whose eyes are clouded with dust who will not heed it though given, but between these two there are also some with but little dust in their eyes, who can be helped to see; and for the sake of these I will go back among mankind and teach" It is for those with little dust in their eyes that this journal is intended...
![Craig Jensen] [:|http://booknotes.weblogs.com/2001/12/22]
![Mark Kraft] [:|http://www.livejournal.com/talkread.bml?itemid=18453726&thread=24530953#t24530953]
used to [say to his disciples|http://www.barnett.sk/software/osho/askosh71.htm] -- the first thing, the very very first thing, "Find out what your greatest characteristic is, your greatest undoing, your central characteristic of unconsciousness." Each one's is different.
LISP
http://carcaddar.blogspot.com/2011/10/common-lisp-is-best-language-to-learn.html
Dulce et decorum est
meaning : http://www.cyberessays.com/English/211.htm
Serendipity
[Manufactured Serendipity|http://www.intertwingly.net/stories/2002/03/13/manufacturedSerendipity.html]
Russell Lipton
http://www.notes.net/site.nsf/308c971706adfdef8525640500696fa8/2c4fda9cde579942852564a8000482ee?OpenDocument
Links20020105
[Links] > Links20020105
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* [hotlinks.com - kishorebalakrishnan|http://www.carnatic.com/2001/hotlinks.kishorebalakrishnan.2001nov14.htm]
* [The Internet Classics Archive|http://classics.mit.edu/] - 441 searchable works of classical literature ( as of 2001 July 29 )
* [Hindu Puja & Bhajan Home Page|http://www.geocities.com/Athens/Acropolis/8891/]
2001 January 01 : [Center for Media Literacy Reading Room|http://www.medialit.org/ReadingRoom/readingroom.htm] : "A democratic civilization will save itself only if it makes the language of the image into a stimulus for critical reflection, not an invitation to hypnosis." - [Umberto Eco]
On Liberty
http://www.bartleby.com/130/
Upanishads
http://sanatan.intnet.mu/ : The word "Upanishad" consists of three words&#8212;"Upa" means "near", "ni" means "down" and "shad" means "be seated".
100 banned books
[Books] > 100 banned books
http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/0816040591/
Wendell Berry
Berry was born at New Castle, Kentucky, in 1934. He grew up in this Henry County locale among "the cycle of the tobacco growing, cultivation, and marketing, so the romance of Kentucky's green gold is a living part of him" (Browning 191). In 1956, Berry graduated form the University of Kentucky with a B.A. degree in English and received his M.A. degree there a year later. During the summer of 1956, Berry studied at Indiana University School of Letters. From 1957 to 1959, he taught at Georgetown College. Later, under a creative writing fellowship, he went to the creative writing Center at Stanford University and taught creative writing for a year. While at Stanford, he wrote his first novel, Nathan Coulter.
In 1963, he taught at New York University. When Berry was offered and accepted a teaching position in the English Department at the University of Kentucky, the Berry's came home to Henry County in Kentucky. He lives on a 125 acre farm where his family has lived since the early 1800's. According to Bryan Wooley, "Berry is the fifth generation of his father's family and the sixth of his mother's to farm in Henry County, in the neighborhood of Port Royal" (8). Although his wife, formerly Tanya Amyx, lived in the city all her life, she and her husband raised their two children, Mary Dee and Pryor (Den) Clifford, on the farm. In the article "Wendell Berry, A Kentucky Writer Tries to Strengthen the Ties Between Man and the Land," Wooley discusses Berry's farm life. Berry did not initially intend to live on this farm but intended to use it as a vacation place. Instead the Berry's renovated the house and moved in around July 4, 1965. "It is a real farm, not a writer-professor's country estate. Its chores include milking cows and currying horses, and mucking out stalls and mending fences and mowing hay and all other time-consuming sometimes back-breaking, labor that family agriculture requires" (10).
Most of his farm was previously neglected, but Berry is fascinated with making this abused land productive. Oddly, he does not have a modern toilet; instead he has a clean white privy in the backyard. The wastes deposited there are made into compost. Tractors are not used to plow his fields, either. Berry uses a team of draft horses in replace of "Exhaust-stinking, engine-roaring, gasoline-guzzling tractors" (11). Berry feels he is doing his part by not harming the environment any further.
Another technology he does not convenience himself with is a computer, which Berry explains in his essay "Why I Am Not Going To Buy a Computer?" He writes his works and then his wife revises and types then on a manual typewriter. Berry gives three main reasons for not buying a computer: (1) He would hate to think that his work could not be done without a direct dependence on strip-mined coal. (2) He does not want to replace the close bond between him and his wife with an expensive unnecessary piece of equipment. (3) He does not want to "fool himself" by owning a computer, a tool that itself does not make his writing any better than the writing he does with a pencil. His first reason is in regard with his awareness of the land being striped to produce the electricity to run the computer. For the same reason, he writes in the daytime without electric lighting (179-171). By not participating in the "rape of nature," he shows his concern for the environment.
Beechum and Will Wells, his Black hired hand, were originally like brothers, working on and caring for the land together. However, they grew weary in their relationship with the roles they fell into. Wells "was a man laboring for no more than his existence," while Beechum had "an increasing resentment of his dependence and a jealous remembering of the days when he had worked alone...when in his solitary work he had been so free" (81). Beechum had a greater need for the land than his hired hand.
Beechum thought he could restore his happiness through a love affair with Rose McInnis, a young widow. At first it did just that. Nevertheless, "with Rose too he was beginning to feel an incompleteness" (134). He loved McInnis but was married to Ruth Beechum; therefore, it could never lead to anything. Beechum knows the love in his affair with McInnis is dishonorable, whereas the love in his affair with the land is honorable.
Beechum's love for the land can be seen through faithfulness, his death, and his community. He is faithful to the earth, "Promising the return of what has been taken from it" (157). On the other hand, Jack also felt that the land was faithful to him by giving him "exactly what he put into it" (Borries 26). As death is at his door, he sits in a chair in his room, but his last visions are as though he is sitting at the roots of a tree on his farm (Berry 190-192). It is almost like his last request is to be with the wilderness. Moreover, Mat Feltner thought Beechum should have been buried secretly, only known to the ones who loved him best, at the edge of one of his fields so that: "when the last of them who knew its place (Beechum's grave-site) had died, Old Jack's return would be complete. He would be lost to memory there in the field, silently possessed by the earth on which he once established the work of his hands" (Berry 207). Therefore, he grew to love the soil and its natural surroundings greater than all else since his other relationships failed to give him satisfaction.
Another of Berry's works that displays a true love for his homeland is his poem "East Kentucky, 1967" included in his collection entitled Openings. The poem invites two questions concerning the environment. The first six lines challenge the awareness of what industrialization has done to the land. The waste produced by machines in the air and streams are at the expense of the lives all of the earth encompasses. The last six lines challenge the awareness of the future of our children. The next generation holds no hope for the reason they are "helpless." Since the children can only witness what we have shown them in this industrial period, they cannot "vision" and are "blind" to the land when it is beautiful and plentiful.
Berry, Wendell. "East Kentucky, 1967." Openings. Harcourt, Brace, and World: New York, 1968.
- - -. the Memory of Old Jack. Harcourt, Brace, and World: New York, 1974.
- - -. "Why I Am Not Going to Buy a Computer?" What People Are For? North Point Press: San Francisco, 1990.
Borries, Philip. "Retired Kentucky Farmer Recalls Days He Spent Tilling the Earth." Lexington Herald Leader. 10 Mar 1974: 26.
Browning, Mary Carmel. Kentucky Authors. Keller-Crescent: Indiana, 1968: 191-194.
Wooley, Bryan. "Wendell Berry, A Kentucky Writer Tries to Strengthen the Ties Between Man and the Land." Courier-Journal & Times. 8-13.
Nathan Coulter. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1960. A book of fiction.
The Broken Ground. New York: Harcourt, Brace, 1965. A book of 27 poems.
The Memory of Old Jack. New York: Harcourt, Brace, 1965.
A Place on Earth. Boston: Harcourt, Brace, 1967. A book of fiction.
The Rise. Lexington, Kentucky: Grave Press, 1968. A book of nonfiction.
Findings. Iowa City, Iowa: The Prairie Press, 1968. A book of eight poems.
The Long-Legged House. New York: Harcourt, Brace, Jovanovich, 1972. A book of nonfiction.
The Hidden Wound. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1970. A book of nonfiction.
The Country of Marriage. New York: Harcourt, Brace, Jovanovich, 1973. A book of 37 poems.
Farming: A Handbook. New York: Harcourt, Brace, Jovanovich, 1973. A book of 55 poems.
Horses. Monterey, Kentucky: Larkspur Press, 1974. A poem.
The Kentucky River. Monterey, Kentucky: Gnoman Press, 1975. A poem.
Sayings and Doings. Lexington, Kentucky: Gnoman Press, 1975. A book of 55 entries.
To What Listens. Crete, Nebraska: The Best Cellar Press, 1975. A poem.
Three Memorial Poems. Berkeley, California: Sand Dollar Press, 1977. A book of 3 poems.
A Part. San Francisco: North Point Press, 1980. A book of 54 poems.
The Gift of Good Land: Further essays Cultural and Agricultural. San Francisco: North Point Press, 1981. A book of 22 nonfiction essays.
Recollected Essays, 1965-1980. San Francisco: North Point Press, 1981. A book of 10 nonfiction essays.
Standing by Words. San Francisco: North Point Press, 1983. A book of 7 nonfiction essays.
An Eastward Look. Berkely, california: Sand dollar Press, 1984. A poem.
The Collected Poems, 1957-1983. San Francisco: North Point Press, 1985. A book of 203 poems.
The Wild Birds: Six Stories of the Port William Membership. San Francisco: North Point Press, 1986. A book of 6 fiction stories.
Home Economics: Fourteen Essays. San Francisco: North Point Press, 1987. A book of 14 nonfiction essays.
Sabbaths: Poems. San Francisco: North Point Press, 1987. A book of 45 poems.
Remembering. San Francisco: North Point Press, 1988. A book of fiction.
* source : http://www.tipiglen.dircon.co.uk/wendellberrybooks.htm - "I do have an interest in this book, which is for sale. (If you have bought it, dear reader, I thank you. If you have borrowed it, I honor your frugality. If you have stolen it, may it add to your confusion.) Most of the sale price pays the publisher for paper, ink, and other materials, for editorial advice, copyediting, design, advertising (I hope), and marketing. I get between 10 and 15 percent (depending on sales) for arranging the words on the pages.
Work
http://www.fastcompany.com/1779120/embargo-1027-why-digital-talent-doesn-t-want-to-work-at-your-company
[Gentleman Hacker|http://techcrunch.com/2010/12/03/the-rise-of-the-gentleman-hacker/]
Working hard is overrated - http://www.caterina.net/archive/001196.html
http://www.randsinrepose.com/archives/2009/10/12/the_leaper.html : Life in a big or small company is an information game where you are judged by the amount and accuracy of your information. This game becomes more complex as you leave the individual contributor role for management, but even as an individual, you are expected to be aware of your surroundings and able to describe them to others.
[Jimmy Guterman|http://www.guterman.com] : [Unplug That Projector!|http://www.business2.com/articles/web/0,1653,49519,00.html] - Edward Tufte says PowerPoint has ruined business presentations.
How One Person Can Change the World
http://www.alternet.org/story.html?StoryID=12158
Quester
Are you in control of your career -- and life? Do you follow your heart, rather than the recommendations of others? Do you possess qualities needed to prevail in the 21 Century? Do you use your power?
Programmers
http://davenet.userland.com/1997/05/07/Programmers
Nidhi Taparia
"is a hopeless romantic... with a tender corner for Mills & Boons" ([source|http://www.rediff.com/news/2000/oct/12diary.htm])
Osho Commune
http://www.indiatravelite.com/feature/oshocom1.htm
[A Virtual Tour|http://www.osho.com/content.cfm?Sub1Menu=VirtualTour&Sub2Menu=VirtualTour]
To Have or To Be
http://my.linkbaton.com/isbn/0826409121
Van Beveren
"Manufactured from 100% recyclable electrons!"
Shawn Fanning
http://judiciary.senate.gov/1092000_sf.htm
Orchid Hotel Mumbai
2000 may 14 - 16 - room 235
Sails on the bay
I have been there on 1999 mar 17
S.S. Nagarajan
[Cultural practices to improve guava yield|http://www.hinduonnet.com/thehindu/2001/02/22/stories/0822002e.htm]
The Strange "Job" Concept
http://www.buildfreedom.com/eco1a.htm
The Web Runs on Love, Not Greed
http://www.scripting.com/stories/2002/01/09/kevinKellyTheWebRunsOnLoveNotGreed.html
Spam
Joel Spolsky : [Bad SPAM Filters|http://www.joelonsoftware.com/news/20021114.html]
CRM
[Top 10 CRM Predictions for 2002|http://www.crmguru.com/features/2002a/0110bt.html]
Osho Zen Tarot
http://www.osho.com/Content.cfm?Area=magazine&Sub1Menu=tarot&Sub2Menu=oshozentarot
Namaste
[Namaste! How is it pronounced, what does it mean?|http://www.flex.com/~jai/articles/namaste1.html]
Spirituality, Yoga, Hinduism page
http://www.geocities.com/RodeoDrive/1415/
Greg Smith
Bringing Up Genius : http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/articles/A16604-2002Jan8.html
To Those With Little Dust
source : http://www.ramana-maharshi.org/m_path/1964_1/editorial.htm
Bringing Up Genius
http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/articles/A16604-2002Jan8.html
James Snell
http://radio.weblogs.com/0101915/
The Hand That Rocks The Cradle Rules the World
An Inspired Talk delivered by [Gurudeva] Satguru Sivaya Subramuniyaswami on his 54th Jayanti, on January 5, 1980, at the Kadavul Hindu Temple in Hawaii, enjoining the modern Hindu woman to not forsake her dharma but protect the home and nurture the family as her gift of love to the next generation. Hmmm! It seems not to have gone out of date much.
Many of you here tonight are too young to know that this was also the pattern in the West until about seventy-five years ago. Before World War I, women were very strict in the West. It was that war and the one that followed that broke down the ancient roles of men and women. The men were taken away from industry by the army, and women were forced out of the home into the factories and businesses so that production could continue. Earlier they had been protected, seldom seen unaccompanied in public. Throughout history, women had been the caretakers of the home and the defenders of virtue. They valued their purity, their chastity, and were virgins when they married. Many people don't know that the old values were followed most strictly up until 1915 or so. Then the two world wars broke up the family and disturbed the balance between men and women. For the first time, women were seen alone in public. For the first time, they left the home and competed with men for their jobs.
Walldorf
in Rhine-Neckar-District, the town among the woodlands, was first mentioned in 770, civic rights since 1901. Walldorf calls itself "Astorstadt" after Johann Jakob Astor, born here in 1763 who then emigrated to the U.S.A. and became one of the richest men in the world through fur trade and real estate business. Walldorf is a twin town of Astoria, Oregon, U.S.A. founded by J.J. Astor.
Walldorf is surrounded by large pinewoods and mixed woodlands offering numerous opportunities for rest and recreation. Owing to its favourable situation near the motorways Karlsruhe - Frankfurt (A5) and Mannheim - Heilbronn (A6 - motorway intersection Walldorf), Walldorf is a favorite residential and industrial town. It lies 116m above sea-level, has 14,000 inhabitants and provides almost every kind of facility for leisure.
Anger
source : http://www.dlsmd.org/sdr/01-sdr%20jan/0127.htm
Jealousy
source : http://www.dlsmd.org/sdr/01-sdr%20jan/0128.htm
Nallamuthu Gounder Mahalingam College
Founded in 1957, this co-educational institute in Pollachi offers graduate courses in Arts, Sciences, Commerce, Computer Technology, Computer Application, etc.
Day11026
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Wayne Dyer : "Have you really lived 10,000 or more days, or have you lived one day 10,000 or more times?"
1997 jun 8 - Porsche Museum - Werke 2 , Mercedes Benz Museum
1997 july 14 - BMW Mobile Tradition
2001 sep 01 - Abentheuer
2001 sep 08 - chironico - http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chironico
Phil Servedio
http://www.heartspace.org/travel/travelog1.html
Day11027
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AM: A [Trimble]'s latest GPS system user gave me a demo. The tool was worth 100,000 DEM oops. 50,000 EURO
Tiruvannamalai
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thalidomide
A sedative and hypnotic drug, C13H10N2O4, withdrawn from general use after it was found to cause severe birth defects when taken during pregnancy. It is sometimes prescribed to treat leprosy.
Peter Principle
http://pespmc1.vub.ac.be/PETERPR.html
Ego
http://oz.sannyas.net/quotes/19740517.htm
Astron Hotel Heidelberg
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Aanmodaya Ashram
De Mazenod Nagar, Enathur Village, Vedal P.O., Kancheepuram,District, 631 552. India
Bombay
[In Bombay, Public Indignity Is Poverty's Partner|http://www.nytimes.com/2002/02/10/international/asia/10BOMB.html]
Three visions for India
of this in 1857, when we started the war of independence. It is this
have 10 percent growth rate in most areas. Our poverty levels are
its mission requirements in 1994.
partnership in the recent nuclear tests, on May 11 and 13. This was the
I was in Hyderabad giving this lecture, when a 14-year-old girl asked
Got 10 minutes for your country? If yes, then read; otherwise, choice
to buy an employee of the telephone exchange in London at 10 pounds (Rs.
Ethics
[L. Murphy Smith]'s [Presentation on Ethics|http://acct.tamu.edu/smith/ethics/present/a01.htm]
Robert Vadra
[A most relaxed evening at 10, Janpath|http://www.rediff.com/news/feb/19wed.htm] : "It was a most relaxed evening at 10, Janpath on February 18, when Priyanka, daughter, grand-daughter and great grand-daughter of three former prime ministers of India, got married to jewellery exporter Robert Vadra."
David Weinberger
[The Real Bloggers's Manifesto|http://www.hyperorg.com/blogger/archive/2002_02_01_archive.html#9725978]
Summerhill School
Summerhill School is unique. It is a progressive, co-educational, residential school, founded by A. S. Neill in 1921; in his own words, it is a `free school'. This does not mean, alas, that it is state funded. The freedom Neill was referring to was the personal freedom of the children in his charge. Summerhill is first and foremost a place where children can be free.
respect
July 30, 1997
1. Respect that comes to you because of your position, fame or wealth. This type of respect is impermanent. It can be lost once you lose your wealth or status.
Matthew Lyon
http://www.berkeley.edu/news/media/releases/2002/02/17_mlyon.html
[Interview with Katie Hafner and Matthew Lyon|http://www.annonline.com/interviews/960821/]
Tyrell
[Jim Roepcke] [:|http://jim.roepcke.com/2002/02/21#item4269] "Tyrell does some insanely cool stuff with WebObjects, and (I like this) non-WebObjects stuff too"
Conscious Eating
http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/1556432852/
Mother Meera
Mother Meera was born on December 26, 1960 in the village of Chandepalle in southern India. She soon showed herself to be an unusual child: by the age of three She would report "going to various lights." Her parents treated Her as an exceptional child and loved Her very much. Her family was not especially religious and She was not brought up in any tradition. Her real parents were the spiritual guides that She met in vision; it was from these that She received the love and help She needed. The state of samadhi was constant for Her. Under the auspices of Her uncle, Mr.Reddy, She lived for some time in Pondicherry where Her extraordinary presence attracted considerable attention. She married a German in 1982 and he stays with the Mother. She presently lives in Thalheim, a quiet village in Germany. Although She has not sought publicity, thousands of people from all over the world come to receive Her darshan, her silent bestowal of grace and light through Her gaze and touch. Mother Meera is worshipped as the Divine Mother in India.
Fax : +49-6436-2361
[THE MOTHER by Adilakshmi: A Testament of Devotion|http://www.hindunet.org/srh_home/1995_12/msg00290.html]
Karadaiyan Nombhu
[forumhub.com: Kaaradiyaar Nombu...|http://forumhub.com/indhistory/15939.15.30.24.html] - contains 2 recipes: sweet and the salt (correct - ? - better word ? )
Oh, Poor India!
Poor India ! At Independence you were robbed of one fifth of your territory, courtesy her Majestyâs Service; in 1962, the ever smiling, but treacherous Chinese, humiliated you and stole another chunk of thy blessed land, thanks to Nehruâs blind hindi-chinni-bhai-bhai policy; finally, the Pakistanis, who lost all the wars they initiated against you, understood that proxy conflicts were the cheapest, safest (and most cowardly) way to hurt you. And indeed, your soldiers were bled in Punjab, and they are bled today in Kashmir and the North-East, while the world looks the other way and Amnesty International even praises the perpetrators .
Poor India: The British made sure they fashioned a class of Indians who were brown in skin, but white in their thoughts. They were made up to dress British, eat British, think British and even dream British in their sleep. Today their descendants, the journalists of the English press, are thy worse enemies. They dress Western, eat Western, think Western and even dream Western in their sleep. What matters to them is not what might utter Indiaâs sages, avatars, gurus, wise men and yogis, who dress Indian, eat Indian, think Indian and even dream Indian, but what the western media, or Amnesty International will think about India. They are not interested at all by what the Bhagavad Gita, probably the worldâs most revelatory, most comprehensive, most relevant sacred book has to say, or how Sri Sri Ravi Shankar, Indiaâs 21st century avatar, could help. No, they would rather turn to Gustave Thoreau, Marx or Jean-Paul Sartre, people who have even lost relevance in he West, for a solution to thy immense problems.
Poor India ! Do thy Oxford-speaking, pipe-smoking, Scotch-drinking journalists understand that post 11th September and December 13th, there has been a shift in the Pakistani strategy vis a vis India. After the intense American pressure to give-up terrorism, they have resorted to triggering a communal war here: the Godhra killings were the first such example of this new strategy, as reports speak of Pakistani illegals leading the mob (as well as Congress Muslim local leaders). Foreign funds for the Islamic cause in South Asia have also dried-up, as the United States has frozen many accounts, and part of the new scheme is to generate local funds in India via the madrasas, by creating a feeling of insecurity amongst the Muslim minority and then say: "look what happened to us in Ahmedabad, we need funds to protect ourselves". Do Indian journalists know that madrasas in UP get 33 crores from the government per year and in Bengal 135 ? If they do, they make sure it is never publicized.
Poor India ! If we allow this to unfold, then the unrest and killings which have been happening for the last 15 years in Kashmir, will spread to many parts of India, wherever there are important Muslim communities and the dream of Hindu-Muslim brotherhood will forever vanish. Arise again ï India, in this hour of need. Let thy sons and daughters prove again to the world that they are the worthy sons of one of the most ancient and greatest civilisation, which has still so much to give to the world.
Sundram Fasteners Limited
Sundram Fasteners Limited (SFL) is a part of TVS, the largest automotive component group in India. Sales of the group exceeds US$ 1.7 billion, making the TVS group one of India's largest industrial houses.
Seven
[via garret|http://www.dangerousmeta.com/posts/02/20021204] [Seven Horses of Highly Effective People|http://www.who2.com/sevenhorses.html]
Mahatma Gandhi (1869-1948) : Seven blunders of the world that lead to violence:
Philosophy
[Osho] : 'PHILOSOPHY is a disease, and not an ordinary one either. It&#8217;s not a common cold. It is cancer- Cancer of the soul. Once a person is lost in the jungle of philosophy he becomes more and more entangled in words, concepts, abstractions and there is no end to it. One can go on and on for lives together.'
Russ Lipton
http://radio.weblogs.com/0100059/
Simplex Veri Sigillum
http://radio.weblogs.com/0100059/stories/2002/02/26/simplexVeriSigillum.html
Why
[Brian Carnell] : [What If It's A Boy?|http://brian.carnell.com/discussion/fullthread$msgnum=1897]
Four Words
1. What were the four words ?
Carl Jung
(1875-1961, Swiss Psychiatrist)
Triple Filter Test
2004 03 19 - found the following ending at http://epistolary.org/494.html
Celebrating Silence
http://bookstore.artofliving.org/ProductDetails_V.aspx?CategoryID=14&SubCatID=34&selection=3&productID=727
Hasso Plattner
Hasso Plattner is CEO, co-chairman, and co-founder of SAP AG. He has served as co-chairman since 1997. In 1972, he founded SAP together with four IBM colleagues. An electrical engineer, he is responsible for strategy, marketing, corporate communications and development of SAP solutions in the areas of discrete manufacturing and service industries. He is also CEO of SAPMarkets.
BORN : Jan. 21, 1944, Berlin.
[Resume: Hasso Plattner at BusinessWeek online|http://www.businessweek.com/magazine/content/01_30/b3742087.htm]
* 2003 May 12 - [Hasso Plattner elected to Supervisory Board|http://www.sap.info/en/news.php4?OID=Article-117103ebfa253f1cc2] : ...SAP AG held its Annual General Meeting in Mannheim, Germany. At the meeting, all of the items proposed by the Supervisory Board and the Executive Board were approved by more than 99 percent of the represented voting capital. Hasso Plattner, former Co-Chairman and CEO of the SAP Executive Board, has been elected as a member of the Supervisory Board...
* 2003 May 09 - End of an Era at SAP - On May 9, 2003, [Henning Kagermann] became the sole CEO and Chairman of the SAP Executive Board. At the 16th Annual General Shareholders' Meeting for SAP AG, held in Mannheim, Germany last Friday, Hasso Plattner, the last of SAP's original five co-founders, was appointed to the SAP Supervisory Board, succeeding [Dietmar Hopp], himself a co-founder and CEO of the Walldorf software company.
* 2003 Feb 04 - [Plattner winds down SAP role|http://news.ft.com/servlet/ContentServer?pagename=FT.com/StoryFT/FullStory&c=StoryFT&cid=1042491465995] : ...SAP, Europe's biggest software developer, is understood to be preparing for the departure of Hasso Plattner, the last of the group's founders, in a move that will leave management board member [Shai Agassi] in sole charge of the company's technological development...
Balakrishnan Matchap
Balakrishnan Matchap, certified by Vivekananda Yoga Institude, Bangalore, India, has been in the fitness industry for more than 10 years. He is also trained in Thai Traditional Massage by Wat Po Traditional Medical School, Bangkok, Thailand.
contact + 65 9046 4179
Merlion
Singapore was known in ancient times as "Temasek", a Javanese word meaning sea. It was destroyed at the end of the 4th century AD and was only re-discovered again in the 11th Century AD.
Interview with God
http://168.143.173.209/IWGnet.swf
Soloing : Realizing Your Life's Ambition
http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/0066620147/
Krimml
Krimml is a small town located in the Alps, in Austria. Krimml's claim to fame is the waterfall located nearby. The Krimml waterfall is the highest in Europe, at 380m from top to bottom. The waterfall gets through aroun 150 cubic meters per second. That's an awful lot of water! Actually, it is three distinct falls, with short stretches of river between them.
Brahmamuhurta
[Improving Sleep with Ayurveda|http://ayurvedamed.com/methods/51/]
[wake up before dawn|http://www.amritapuri.org/publication/matruvani/vol-01/jul01/01mv07dawn.htm] by amitabhan
Svara Sadhana
1. Plug the left nostril with a small piece of cotton or fine cloth for a few minutes.
Adoption
1. A friend comes to town and both of you buy lottery tickets and the draw date is many months away. The tickets are with you... After a few months, the ticket bought by your friend is drawn and USD 1 million is the prize money... Will you inform your friend who has forgotten about it !!!
Thousands of couples due to varied number of reasons and at a great number of circumstances: good and bad... act every second in a way that results in a baby in 10 months !
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Wisdom
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Unconditional Acceptance
I am a mother of three (ages 14, 12, 3) and have recently completed my
Leonardo Da Vinci
(1452-1519, Italian Inventor, Architect, Painter, Scientist, Sculptor)
Norman Walker
and juice therapy, Jay worked with Dr. Walker beginning in the 1940s up
until Dr. Walker's death in 1984 at the age of 118. Dr. Walker passed away
"Fresh Vegetable and Fruit Juices: (118 pgs.) -- A complete guide to
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"Become Younger" (121 pgs.) -- The author shares his secrets as to how to
attain a long, healthy, productive life. Dr. Walker lived to be 109. $6.95
"Pure & Simple Natural Weight Control" (129 pgs.) -- A weight loss strategy
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Inn
Big Texas Inn , http://www.bigtexasinn.com/ - 2105 Sidney Baker Street, Kernville, TX 78028 - Sat Apr 14 2012
Sneezing
[Stop sneezing with these herbal remedies|http://www.mapi.com/en/articles/allergyalert2001.html]
Cancer
* http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wCZGNd4XP1o
Lifestyle Changes to Heal Cancer - http://anticancerliving.wordpress.com/2009/07/15/lifestyle-changes-to-heal-cancer/ - via https://twitter.com/RawBoutenkos
Beef
http://www.nytimes.com/2002/03/31/magazine/31BEEF.html?pagewanted=print&position=bottom
Bruce Lee
(1940-1973, Chinese-American Martial Artist, Actor, Director, Author)
Henning Kagermann
Henning Kagermann is a co-chairman and CEO of SAP AG. He has been co-chairman since 1998 and a member of the Executive Board since 1991. A physicist and mathematician, he joined SAP in 1982. His areas of responsibility include sales and distribution, consulting, and international customer relations.
2005 March 09 - [Enemy at the Gates - Henning Kagermann, chief executive of SAP, talks to David Gow|http://money.guardian.co.uk/businessnews/story/0,1265,-1431002,00.html] : ...Henning Kagermann still looks like a physics professor, with his gray, curly hair, pensive, deep-set eyes behind old-fashioned, rimless glasses. He is, instead, an unusual chief executive with a disarming, self-deprecating humor, and he likes heavy metal and slips into concerts whenever he can. When he joined SAP in 1982 it employed 90 people and had revenues of DM24 million. Now it employs 33,000, turned over €7.5 billion last year when it had 26,000 customers in more than 120 countries...
In the Aug 10th, 2002 'The Economist' print edition, 'Young people should follow their bliss' - Correct ?
Werner Brandt
Werner Brandt is the chief financial officer of SAP AG. He has been a member of the Executive Board since February 1, 2001. Before joining SAP he was a member of the executive management board of Fresenius Medical Care AG, where he acted as CFO and labor relations director.
Claus Heinrich
Claus E. Heinrich, a business economist, joined SAP in 1987 and the Executive Board in 1996. His responsibilities include the development of SAP solutions in areas of finance and accounting, human resources management, logistics, and supply chain management, as well as the process industry solutions. He has been responsible for labor relations since 1998.
Gerhard Oswald
Gerhard Oswald joined SAP from Siemens AG as an application consultant. A member of the Executive Board since 1996, he oversees SAP's internal systems as well as the entire service sector. In addition, he is responsible for the certification of and relationship with global outsourcing partners.
Peter Zencke
Peter Zencke, a mathematician, joined SAP in 1984. As a member of the Executive Board since 1993, he is responsible for the development of new solutions for customer relationship management and the coordination of SAP's international research groups and development labs.
German
[German for beginners|http://german.about.com/library/anfang/blanfang01.htm] is very useful for [Living in Germany]
Vision Creates Great Leaders
In 1947, at the dawn of freedom, we had the best of leaders in
in 1857. One incident I would like to narrate to you, which
fascinated me when I was a young boy. On 15th August 1947,
achieved. On the next day, that is on 16th August 1947, I had
on August 15, 1947 in Red Fort. But he was not there at the
time in 1962, His Excellency Rct Rev Dr Peter Bernard
place in 1962. His Excellency Rct Rev Dr Peter Bernard
1857 or even before. I see the relationship between the urge for
is a remarkable thing that in the modern era before 1910, there
standing. Between 1920 and 1925, we had suddenly five or six
GDP growth of 9-11% annually and that the people
below poverty line to be reduced to 10%.
mission. The Technology Vision 2020 consisted of 17
competence for an integrated action:(1) Agriculture and food
Ganesh Janakiraman
[OR&IE Technical Reports|http://www.orie.cornell.edu/trlist.php3?trkey=100079]
Bangalore
1. Few steps to be climbed to leave our footwear.
That place can store 100+ footwears at a time.
Tulip Inn Marne la Vallée
tel + 33 (0) 1 64 66 11 11
fax + 33 (0) 1 64 66 29 05
A4, exit 12
Severino Antinori
[Profile at BBC|http://news.bbc.co.uk/hi/english/sci/tech/newsid_1477000/1477698.stm]
[Doubt, Shock Greet Cloning Pregnancy|http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/articleshow.asp?art_id=6141253]
Om Tat Sat
source : http://www.hindunet.org/srh_home/1997_5/0076.html
Calw
[Hermann Hesse] was born on July 2nd 1877 in Calw, a small town on the northern end of the Black Forest
The Rhine Falls
The Rhine Falls, the largest Falls in Europe, offer a spectacular showpiece to visitors. With an average flow of 25’000 cubic ft / sec (700 m3 / sec) the water cascades down the cataracts, which are 450 ft ( 150 m) wide and 75 ft (23 m) high. Taking a boat trip into the basin below the cataracts you can feel the great power of the rushing water.
Ruhezeit
Avoid loud noises such as drilling, sawing, hammering, loud music, parties (especially outdoors) Mondays to Saturdays, from 1pm to 3pm and 10pm to 7am, and all day Sundays. Other taboos on Sundays and holidays include mowing the lawn, washing the car and placing bottles in recycling banks. Your neighbours will not hesitate to contact the police if this 'quiet' rule is broken.
Shai Agassi
Shai Agassi, a member of the SAP Executive Board, is responsible for leading the company's commitment to creating and delivering collaborative solutions. Agassi most recently served as CEO of two wholly owned SAP subsidiaries, SAP Portals and SAP Markets. Previously, Agassi founded and served as chairman and CEO of a leading enterprise portal vendor, TopTier Software, which was acquired by SAP AG in May 2001.
2002
April 21 - RamNavami http://www.sivanandadlshq.org/religions/ramanavami.htm
Zoe Wrede
http://owrede.khm.de/2002/04/18
Ethan Diamond
http://www.wired.com/news/business/0,1367,51701,00.html
Iain Lamb
http://www.wired.com/news/business/0,1367,51701,00.html
Oddpost
http://www.wired.com/news/business/0,1367,51701,00.html
Kinderdijk
The Netherlands is famous for its windmills. Today there are still more than 1.000 mills. Nowhere in the world you will find as many windmills as near (the Dutch village) Kinderdijk. Around 1740 no less than 19 sturdy mills were built here. They have been well preserved to the present day.
Diseases
http://www.livelongto100years.com/remedies.html
Hotel Hirschen
hotel restaurant hirschen kuessnacht am rigi - familie ehrler, telefon 041 850 10 27
Steve Pilgrim
http://radio.weblogs.com/0100740/
How I came across Steve Pilgrim > [The meaning of life|http://radio.weblogs.com/0100740/2002/05/08.html#a447]
Shiv Khera
http://www.nriworld.com/achievers/20010106/success/suc0106.htm : .....Success", he says, "is the ability to bounce back when one falls down." Dismissive of management gurus, he says everything they have to say is already there in our scriptures and dohas.....
Prakash Sridharan
* 2007 August 16 - (since some months) http://www.cognizant.com
* 2002 Nov 10 - [Shashi Tharoor]
pfingstmontag
is Whit Monday > http://christianteens.about.com/library/weekly/aa060101a.htm
Interbeing : Fourteen Guidelines for Engaged Buddhism
http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/1888375086/
Love
source : http://diveintomark.org/archives/2002/03/15.html#only_you
Pleiades
[Faces from the Ice Age|http://news.bbc.co.uk/hi/english/sci/tech/newsid_2012000/2012385.stm] : "...It is part of Hindu tradition that Lord Muruga came from the
Daniel Egnor
[Google's Search for Winner Ends|http://www.wired.com/news/technology/0,1282,52897,00.html]
Pearl Buck
(1892-1973, American Novelist)
Pondicherry
Amsham Travels Travel Agents 48-B, Chetty Street, Pondicherry 605001
Phone : +91 0413 - 2338513,2339467,2342412,2221201,2221204,2224073,2224098
20030101
[Days] > 20030101
Krishnagiri
[Mangoes from all over on show|http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/articleshow.asp?art_id=12596998]
Hindu
[Hindu FAQ|http://www.ghen.net/hindufaq/cache/1.html]
Sadness
http://surprise.editthispage.com/2002/06/16
Mettingen
DaimlerChrysler's plant in Mettingen, Germany, manufactures 1500 gearboxes per day.
Epicurus
(c.341-270 BC, Greek Philosopher)
Food
[Michael Pollan] - Rules to Eat by - http://www.nytimes.com/2009/10/11/magazine/11food-rules-t.html
20 Rules - http://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2009/10/11/magazine/20091011-foodrules.html
Sanskrit
[Sanskrit Pronunciation Guide|http://www.kriya.org/magazine/sanskrit.htm] : The Sanskrit language numbers 50 letters: 15 vowels, 25 consonants, 4 semi-vowels, 3 sibilants, 1 aspirate, and 2 compounds.
1. Forty-Five Years On, Sanskrit Dictionary Still a Dream
Source: http://www.hindustantimes.com/nonfram/240602/detNAT12.asp
1948, and since then it is still seized with the very first letter of the
Veda and Balambhatti -- an 18th century work. Besides the vast period, it
in 1857 was expected to take ten years to complete. Five years into the
dictionary was printed in 1928. At least the Sanskritists have one advantage
Ramesh Balsekar
http://www.wie.org/j14/balse1.asp
Vijai Shankar
http://www.wie.org/j14/shankar.asp
[Making God Laugh|http://www.wie.org/j14/shankar.asp]
Obesity
http://www.geocities.com/HotSprings/Sauna/8198/Obesity.htm
Brazil
Brazil last won the world cup in 1994.
Before that they won it in 1970.
Add 1970 and 1994, it equals 3964.
Argentina last won the world cup in 1986.
Before that they won it in 1978.
Add 1978 and 1986, it equals 3964.
Germany last won in 1990.
Before that they won in 1974.
Add 1990 and 1974, it equals 3964.
the 3964 - 2002 = 1962 world cup. The 1962 world cup was won by Brazil.
Pattinathaar
[Pattinathaar Songs Site|http://www.fortunecity.com/greenfield/tree/106/patti/varalaru.htm]
[Pattinathar Songs at musicindiaonline.com|http://www.musicindiaonline.com/music/l/WW000F14]
Enlightenment
# When you fall asleep, you never fall asleep totally. There is a part of you that never falls asleep. If so, score 1 point. If when you fall asleep you become completely asleep and your consciousness disappears until you wake up or dream, score 0.
# Go out in the street. If all you see is sleeping people, moving mechanically, and dreaming while they walk, and this happens permanently, score 1. If you only see normal people, going about their business, score 0.
# Follow your breath for 2 hours. If you did this effortlessly, without missing one breath, score 1 point, you probably are enlightened. If you are not enlightened, you are about to be, so don't despair. If you missed it even for 1 second, score 0
Pesto
[Pesto Sauce|http://www.interlog.com/~john13/recipes/pesto_sa.htm]
Konrad Reinshagen
Im Neuenheimer Feld 110
69120 Heidelberg
Tattoo
http://www.kamat.com/jyotsna/blog/blog.php?date=7/11/2002
Sri Sri Ravi Shankar
[Emperor of Air|http://www.yogajournal.com/views/738_1.cfm]
Léo Apotheker
[SAP Supervisory Board Appoints Léo Apotheker to Executive Board|http://www.sap.com/company/press/press.asp?pressID=1377] : ...German-born and fluent in five languages (Dutch, English, French, German, and Hebrew), Apotheker holds a B.A. degree in Economics and International Relations and a Masters degree in Business Administration...
Idli
1 cup washed urad dal (keep in fridge)
Allow the batter to ferment for at least 8 hours (or until it rises to 1 1/2 times).
Steam cook for 8 to 10 minutes. Cool it for a while and remove the idlis.
Death
[Osho] : (updated 2004 01 26) I had heard of other people's deaths, but only heard. I had not seen, and even if I had seen, they did not mean anything to me. Unless you love someone and he then dies, you cannot really encounter death. Let that be underlined: Death can only be encountered in the death of the loved one.
Yama
Yama means self-restraint, taming the animal within. Patanjali cites five yamas or restrains. They are: (1) abstinence from injury in any form; (2) truthfulness; (3) continence; (4) abstinence from depriving others of anything that is theirs; and (5) abstinence from avariciousness (ahimsa, satya, brahmacharya, asteya, aparigraha).
Niyama
Niyama means observance--any kind of observance directed to help spiritual unfoldment. Patanjali cites five observances: (1) internal and external purity; (2) contentment; (3) austerity; (4) study of scriptures; and (5) worship of God or self-surrender (saucha, santosha, tapas, swadhyaya, ishwara-pranidhana).
What is your goal in this life?
by [Gurudeva] (from LESSON 114 from Living with Siva)
Citizen
http://websg.org/archives/2009/10/summary-of-gov2.php : ..anyone who has thrown their lot in with us..
Helen Rowland
1875-1950, American Journalist
Carrot Pudding
1 1/2 cup soaked raisins
1 1/2 cup soaked cashews, or baby coconut meat
1/2 cup raisin soaked water
1/2 tsp. cinnamon
1/2 tsp. pure vanilla extract
Mix the shredded carrots and soaked raisins in a bowl. Raisins will have to be soaked in advance. The day before would be preferable. Soak 1 cup of raisins to obtain 1 1/2 cup (or more). Save soak water. Blend all the rest of the ingredients together. Mix this sauce into the bowl with the rest of the ingredients.
Edsger Wybe Dijkstra
via [Sathish|http://sathishr.blogspot.com/2002_08_01_sathishr_archive.html#79976955]
Edward Tufte
( via http://www.aaronsw.com/weblog/000619 )
pain
[Swami Sivananda] in [Yoga of Self-Surrender|http://www.dlsmd.org/sdr/08-sdr%20aug/0812.htm]: Pain is the great eye-opener. It is your silent teacher. It will make you remember God. [Kunti] prayed "0 Lord Krishna, give me pain
Giving
[Gurudeva] : LESSON 126 from Merging with Siva
Enzyme
http://www.lifestar.com/Pages/WhyEnzymes1.html#Anchor-What-49575
Sacred Thread
1.To the Rishis (ancient seers), 2.To the ancestors and 3.To the gods.
Johanna Spyri
http://www.geocities.com/EnchantedForest/Glade/8905/page10.html
Guru
[The Tantrik Guru|http://www.shivashakti.com/guru.htm] : ...Because the guru gives mantra to a disciple and because she or he embodies the spirit and life of that mantra in an unbroken lineage to the Rishi who first perceived it, she or he is held in the utmost regard in the tantrik tradition.....This tradition of the "crazy" guru is embedded deep in the lore of the tantriks and the Nathas and has its value in shaking the conditioning of someone who aspires to be a Kaula, the tradition avers. For similar reasons, some elements of the tantrik tradition in India, such as worship in cremation grounds, the consumption of pig flesh and some sexual practices, were intended to rattle orthodox tendencies in tantrik pupils. (For a full exploration of this topic, see Holy Madness by Georg Feuerstein, Arkana 1992)...
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Gurani Anjali - http://www.santosha.com/yoga/cr_1996.html
Sri Eknath Easwaran - http://www.nilgiri.org/nilgiri.cfm?pageid=5001
Oberlahr
57641 Oberlahr
Courses
[Thinkers.com free training|http://www.x10thinkers.com/free/]
Auensee
http://www.100kmleipzig.de/
Greg Hanek
http://radio.weblogs.com/0001215/
Genius
[Bringing up Genius|http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/articles/A16604-2002Jan8.html]
Tilde
[Mark Pilgrim] : [History of the Tilde|http://diveintomark.org/archives/2002/10/04.html#history_of_the_tilde]
Karl Martino
http://www.paradox1x.org/
Rudram
[Glory of Rudram|http://www.geocities.com/kiran_king1/rudram.html] : ...Rudram is treated as the celebrated portion of Yajurveda with the sacred Sivapanchakshari mantram (Namasivaya) enshrined within it. It has got two portions called Namakkam and Chamakkam each containing eleven chapters or Anuvakams. Most of the chapters in the first portion end with the letter namaha or namo namaha while the ending letter of the second portion is “cha me”...It is firmly believed that every deity is pleased with Rudra japam, also that by chanting it whatever be the genuine prayers of one the same will be granted. Rudra japa is spoken of as a great purifier and the most effective expiation (pariharam) for even the worst sins. In summary Rudra japam is the best sadhana for attaining both material and spiritual benefits from Almighty...
[Namakam Chamakam|http://www.mypurohith.com/Rituals/Namakam1.asp]
Bill McDermott
...Prior to joining Siebel in 2001, McDermott, 41, served as president of analyst firm Gartner. The New York native also spent 17 years at Xerox...
[SAP Names William R. (Bill) McDermott CEO and President of SAP America, Inc.|http://www.sap.com/company/press/press.asp?pressID=1448]
[Let's get ready to rumble|http://news.com.com/2008-1082-960676.html]
Koenigssee
Lake Koenigssee is 8 km long, upto 1 1/4 km wide and lies 602 m above sealevel. The average depth is 150 m. The deepest points are almost 200m. Koenigssee is the cleanest lake in Germany
Education
http://www.bls.gov/emp/ep_chart_001.htm
http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/answer-sheet/post/ravitch-why-finlands-schools-are-great-by-doing-what-we-dont/2011/10/12/gIQAmTyLgL_blog.html : We [USA] claim to be preparing students for global competitiveness, and we reward mastery of basic skills. Our guiding principles: Competition, accountability, and choice. Finland has this singular goal: to develop the humanity of each child. Isn’t that a shocking goal? Their guiding principles: equity, creativity, and prosperity.
Ram Dass
http://www.philly.com/mld/inquirer/living/people/4192173.htm
LSD, met his guru in the 1960's in the Himalayan foothills. His guru, Shri
famous in 1971 with the release of a bestselling book called "Be Here Now."
1997, Ram Dass suffered a stroke, which left him partially paralyzed. As a
Reincarnation
source : http://www.philly.com/mld/inquirer/living/people/4192173.htm
Brad Choate
http://www.bradchoate.com/mt/mt-tb.cgi/411
Amalaki
[source|http://216.239.33.100/search?q=cache:Uz_hKjdkEVIC:www.vedicare.net/english/aamla.htm+amalaki&hl=en&ie=UTF-8] : http://www.vedicare.net/english/aamla.htm
It has dozens of valuable molecular constituents, such as phyllembic acid, putranjivain, and Vitamin C. Fresh Amalaki is one of the world best source of Vitamin C with up to 1400 mg of relatively heat stable vitamin C per 100 gm of fresh fruit. This vitamin C is naturally chelated with bioflavanoids and other unique molecules which increase its potency at least 10 times over synthetic Vitamin C. Recent research on Vitamin C confirms many of the traditionally known uses of Amalaki. It has been found that Vitamin C increases interferon, stimulates the immune system, is a powerful anti-oxydant (protects cells from free radical damage), helps to produce anti-stress hormones, and protects against cancer, degenerative diseases, and infections2.
Amalaki is a proven anti-viral, anti-tumor, and is even a potent anti-HIV herb due to putranjivain10. It raises the protein level in the body which is one way that it decreases obesity and helps the immune system defeat invasions of pathogens. It is excellent for children as it promotes growth and equally excellent for seniors as it inhibits aging mecanisms in the body. Since it removes excessive heat, air, and agitation in the body, and promotes coolness, clarity, and stability, it is well suited for people with fiery constitutions or aggravated and depleted conditions. Finally, because of its strong toning ability, it is useful in general debility and systemic rejuvenation. This incredible potent herb is recommended for all people.
1: Most of the technical ayurvedic information for most of the herbs, such as energetics and systems, etc, is from Frawley, D, and Lad, V, the " Yoga of Herbs ", Lotus press, Santa Fe, 1986.
2: Balch, JF, " Prescription for Nutritional Healing ", Avery, New York, 1990
3: Jain, SK, Medicinal Plants of India, Reference Publications, 1995
4: Giri, AK, at al, Cytologia, v 51, 1986, p 375-380
5: Frawley, D, Ayurvedic Healing, Motilal Banarsidas, New Delhi, 1992
6: Dhir, Haimanti, et al, Phytotherapy Research,v 4.(5), 1990
7: Journal of Ethnopharmacology, v 30, 1990, p 245-255
8: Mathur, RJ,Journal of Ethnopharmacology, v 50, 1996, p 61-68
9: Jain, SK, Medicinal Plants of India, Reference Publications, 1995
10: Kusumoto, IT, Chem. Phrm. Buletin v 43(4): p 641-648, 1995
Hindu Temples in France
72, rue Philippe de Girard 75018 PARIS
Tel : 01 40 34 21 89 & 01 42 09 50 45; Fax : 01 40 34 33 34
* [List of Hindu Temples in Europe|http://www.geocities.com/Athens/5180/temple6.html]
20021104
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20021106
[Days] > 20021106
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[Days] > 20021108
20021112
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Social Capital
[via|http://www.davosnewbies.com/2002/11/07] [Lance Knobel]
20021113
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Conquer The World Within
SIVANANDA DAILY READING FOR 13 NOVEMBER
20021114
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Ulrich Beck
except in academic circles. 9-11 should have changed that: the tragic
in the early 1990s while witnessing the resurgence of Green parties in
thepolicing of terrorism to work. Beck argues (1999: 91-92) that, "under
(http://www.unc.edu/depts/pfn/01oct2001/kirsch.pdf)
20021111
[Days] > 20021111
20021115
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The Resilient Brahmin
http://www.the-week.com/22nov10/cover.htm
Ovomaltine
http://www.ovomaltine.ch/cgi/de/products/drinks/index.asp?product_id=10
Malzextrakt (teilweise direkt aus Gerste), kondensierte Magermilch, fettarmer Kakao, Eier (Bodenhaltung), Hefe, Mineralstoffe, Emulgator MCT-Öl, Kochsalz, 13 Vitamine, Aroma Vanillin.
Vikkal
http://www.sysindia.com/forums/Health/posts/281.html
ezSQL
[PHP and Working with Databases (for the Lazy Sod)|http://www.databasejournal.com/features/php/article.php/1485971]
20021118
[Days] > 20021118
Soren Kierkegaard
[Kierkegaard on the Internet|http://www.webcom.com/kierke/] - a website devoted to the Danish philosopher Søren Kierkegaard (1813-1855).
When a memorial stone was erected on Gilbjerg Head at Gilleleje in 1935 to commemorate the centenary of the intellectual emergence of the young Kierkegaard, these words from his notebook were inscribed on the stone: "What is truth but to live for an idea."
Sadhu Sundar Singh
[Edward T. Babinski: The Uniqueness of the Christian Experience (1999)|http://www.infidels.org/library/modern/ed_babinski/experience.html] : .....Sadhu ("Sadhu" is Hindu for "holy man") Sundar Singh was raised a Sikh (Hindu for "disciple"). Sikhism is a sect within Hinduism that was founded about 1500 A.D. that teaches belief in one God and rejects the caste system and idolatry. Therefore, Sundar from a young age shared some of the same basic religious beliefs of Jews, Christians and Moslems. Moreover, Sikhism emphasizes the divinity of the holy teacher or "guru" - which made it easy for Sundar to later accept the Christian doctrine of "Jesus" as the "divine incarnation of God.".....
Bruderhof
[80 years in community|http://www.bruderhof.com/articles/80Years.htm] : ....In June 1920, Eberhard and Emmy Arnold turned their backs on the comforts of suburban Berlin and moved to [Sannerz], a tiny village in central Germany. Once there they rented a dilapidated villa and started the communal venture now known as the Bruderhof. Below, in an excerpt from her memoir, Emmy recalls the circumstances that led to that step, and the intensity of spiritual seeking that drove her and her husband to cut ties for good with middle-class Christianity...
Arpudham
Review by [Malathi Rangarajan] > [The Hindu : Arpudham|http://www.hinduonnet.com/thehindu/fr/2002/09/20/stories/2002092000880200.htm] : ...COMMON SENSE ought to tell one that there is a time and place for everything, including falling in love. And when such sense is wanting, one has to be ticked off &#8212; and that's exactly what the heroine does in Supergood Films' "Arpudham"...
Samurai
[The Hindu : Samurai Review|http://www.hinduonnet.com/thehindu/fr/2002/07/19/stories/2002071900910201.htm]
NR Narayana Murthy
[NEEDED, A VALUE SYSTEM WHERE PEOPLE ACCEPT MODEST SACRIFICES FOR COMMON GOOD - Western Values And Eastern Challenges|http://lakshmir.blogspot.com/2002_11_03_lakshmir_archive.html#84236029]
I know people who work 12 hours a day, six days a week,
This is called recreating. Doing steps 1, 3, 4, and 5
Eberhard Arnold
[Eberhard's Last Struggle (Total Love)|http://www.bruderhof.com/articles/TotalLove.htm] : ...He said to me, "When you get home, ask each one, 'Why do you love Christ?'"...In 1917 I saw a horse collapse in the street: the driver was knocked aside by the crowd that instantly gathered around it, and people rushed to cut chunks of meat from the still-warm body to bring home to their families...
Movielink
[via|http://www.evhead.com/archives/2002_11_01_arch.asp#85706156] [Evan Williams]
Color
[via|http://www.techrose.org/filtercoffee/20021101.html#12951] [Mahesh Shantaram]
Hotel Equatorial Penang
Perched 150 metres above sea level, Hotel Equatorial Penang, the island&#8217;s only golf and convention resort, is strategically located 5 minutes to the Bayan Lepas Industrial Zone, 10 minutes to the Penang International Airport and 20 minutes to the city centre.
International Children's Digital Library
When it is completed in about 5 years, the International Children's Digital Library will hold about 10,000 children's books from 100 cultures targeted at children from 3 to 13. Built by the Internet Archive, the largest library on the Internet and the University of Maryland's Human-Computer Interaction Lab, worldwide supporters include the Bibliotheca Alexandrina, the Finnish Institute for Children's Literature: Helsinki University Library; National Library Board of Singapore; National Library of Croatia; Swiss Institute for Child and Youth Media; the Swiss National Library; the National Library of New Zealand and the Zimbabwe Book Council. Brewster Kahl, digital librarian of the Internet Archive said universal access to all human knowledge and culture is within our grasps. "This project is bringing publishers, librarians and researchers together to make a system that works for children," Kahl said.
The library has books from more than 27 different cultures in more than 15 different languages. And while much of the collection is drawn from the public domain, the library includes about 80 books in copyright from publishers and authors as well as classics such as "Alice in Wonderland" and "Robinson Crusoe," which are no longer under copyright restriction. Access to the site at www.icdlbooks.org initially requires a direct Internet connection, such as a DSL line or a cable modem and service for those connecting by phone modems will be available in the summer 2003.
The University of Hard Knocks
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God, and he shall be my son"--Revelation 21:7.
1,000 per cent"--You must earn what you own--Commencement
1. He is holding his place.
to literature in District No. 1, Jackson Township, that day. I can
1. He keeps on going on south and growing greater.
bought 1000 copies of the booklet "It's Up to You!" and of it he
Sono
[Alan Cohen]'s Monthly newsletter [Thanksgiving Blessings|http://www.inspirecast.com/cgi/friend/acohen/021127.htm]
Quark
Source: http://www.smu.edu/newsinfo/releases/01342.html
Guru Nanak
from [The World Needs Sannyasins|http://www.dlsmd.org/sdr/11-sdr%20nov/1128.htm] : ...True renunciation is the renunciation of all passions, desires and egoism. If you have a stainless mind, a mind free from attachment, egoism and passion, you are a sanyasin - no matter whether you live in a forest or in the bustle of a city, whether you wear white cloth or an orange coloured robe, whether you shave your head or keep a long tuft of hair...Shave the mind. Someone asked Guru Nanak, "O saint, why have you not shaved your head? You are a sanyasin." Guru Nanak replied: "My dear friend, I have shaved my mind." In fact, the mind should be cleanly shaved. Shaving the mind consists of getting rid of all attachments, egoism, infatuation, lust, greed and anger. That is real shaving. External shaving of the head has no meaning so long as there is internal craving...
Technorati
Top 100 : http://www.technorati.com/cosmos/top100.html
http://doc.weblogs.com/2002/11/28#rankYourReasonsForThanks
Jeru Kabbal
via [A 21st Century Thanksgiving|http://davenet.userland.com/2002/11/28/a21stCenturyThanksgiving] by [Dave Winer]
BlogStreet
http://www.blogstreet.com/top100.html
Oscar Romero
A church that suffers no persecution but enjoys the privileges and support of the things of the earth&#8212;beware!&#8212;is not the true church of Jesus Christ.
[The UN Truth Commission on Romero's Murder|http://www.icomm.ca/carecen/page41.html]
Rheinmuenster
http://www.rheinmuenster.de/RheinmuensterHistorie.htm : ...Rheinmünster is a product of local council reform. On the 1st October 1974 the former independent councils of Greffern, Schwarzach and Stollhofen, from the former district of Bühl, and Söllingen, from the district of Rastatt, were amalgamated to form this new community. It would not be quite right of me to say that this amalgamation took place of our own accord...
http://www.rheinmuenster.de/ : ...The people of Greffern have always operated a ferry service between their town and Drusenheim on the left bank of the river: a pontoon bridge was erected in 1875, followed by the motor ferry "Drusus", which has been providing a free ferry service since 1977...
The Programmers' Stone
([via|http://www.paradox1x.org/weblog/kmartino/archives/002814.shtml#002814]) [Karl Martino]
XFML
Examples : [Karmasaya : month of December|http://www.carnatic.com/karmasaya/index.php?category=2002-12] and [World Wide Wisdom : carnatic music teachers all of the world|http://www.carnatic.com/www/index.php?why=carnatic-location]
[via|http://diveintomark.org/archives/2002/12/03.html#this_is_xfml] [Mark Pilgrim]
Ajay Puri
[Indian boy becomes world's youngest web designer|http://www.indiaexpress.com/news/technology/20021204-1.html]
[How I am Ahead of My Grandfather|http://www.microsoftkid.com/how_i_am_ahead_of_my_grandfather1.htm] is interesting...
Vibuthi
[Why do we wear marks (tilak and the like) on the forehead?|http://www.saranam.com/Pujas/rituals.asp#11]
Siddhars
[About Siddhar's (Siddha's)|http://www.sripambattisiddhar.com/siddhars/index.htm] contains Table of 18 Siddhars
Index2002
Brave Buffalo, Brule Sioux Nation (1985) : ...The Earth People (indigenous natives) never wrote anything down, had no written language. They knew that if they wrote anything down it would be disastrous. If you write something down you don't have to remember it. And mind goes off into unconsciousness. It becomes negative, or unconscious force...
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* [iMac], [Presario 701EA]
Cremation
Founded in 1913, the [Cremation Association of North America|http://www.cremationassociation.org/] is an International organization of over 1200 members, composed of cemeterians, cremationists, funeral directors, industry suppliers and consultants. CANA members believe that cremation is preparation for Memorialization.
Dietmar Hopp
[Dietmar Hopp Biografie rasscass|http://www.rasscass.com/templ/te_bio.php?PID=1187&RID=1]
Spirituality
[Charles Brooker's screen burn|http://www.guardian.co.uk/theguide/columnists/story/0,,2145124,00.html] via http://harmful.cat-v.org/Blog/2007/08/11/1_Spirituality/
Philip Yancey
[People] > Philip Yancey is editor at large of Christianity Today and cochair of the editorial board for Books and Culture. His books include Reaching for the Invisible God (2000), The Bible Jesus Read (1999), What's So Amazing About Grace? (1998), The Jesus I Never Knew (1995), Where is God When It Hurts (1990), and many others.
My To-Be List
http://www.christianitytoday.com/ct/2000/004/36.104.html
Sushi
[http://www.carnatic.com/kishore/neti-neti/images/2002/02/11/sushi.jpg]
B. K. S. Iyengar
http://www.nytimes.com/2002/12/14/international/asia/14FPRO.html
Iris Murdoch
[People] > Iris Murdoch ( http://www.kirjasto.sci.fi/imurdoch.htm ) [via Sathish|http://sathishr.blogspot.com/2002_12_01_sathishr_archive.html#85831003]
THE BELL (1958) is among Murdoch's most successful novels. It depicts an Anglican religious community in Gloucestershire. The events focus on the replacement bell to be hung in an abbey tower. Finally the difficulties of the task culminate in an effort to move the bell along a causeway to the gates of the nunnery - the bell suddenly falls into the water and sanks without a trace. The story was later televised.
--'A case of the natural attractiveness of truth,' said Michael." (from The Bell, 1958)
Advent
The love that descended to Bethlehem is not the easy sympathy of an avuncular God, but a burning fire whose light chases away every shadow, floods every corner, and turns midnight into noon. This love reveals sin and overcomes it. It conquers darkness with such forcefulness and intensity that it scatters the proud, humbles the mighty, feeds the hungry, and sends the rich away empty-handed (Luke 1:51-53).
Tanjung Malim
http://www.geocities.com/perak123/tanjungmalim.html : ...Tanjung Malim is a dream "Proton City" of Dr.Mahathir Mohamed...
Proton's Tanjung Malim plant kicks off production at end 2003, the export figure is expected to increase to 20 percent of the group's total production from the current's 10 percent.
CD
http://www.hinduonnet.com/thehindu/mp/2002/09/02/stories/2002090200120300.htm
Ken Hirsch
([source|http://nopundit.blogspot.com/2002_12_15_nopundit_archive.html]) "I really dislike the fact that all blogs are in reverse chronological order."
([via|http://scriptingnews.userland.com/backissues/2002/12/18#When:2:53:29AM] [Dave Winer])
RSS
[Mark Pilgrim] [:|http://diveintomark.org/archives/2002/12/19.html#dive_into_xml] [What is RSS?|http://www.xml.com/pub/a/2002/12/18/dive-into-xml.html] Congrats on getting paid directly for writing :-) (and why does the first page of the article not contain the expansion of the acronym ? - Am I missing something ?)
Vedas
[Vedic way to healthy living|http://www.hinduonnet.com/thehindu/mp/2002/09/02/stories/2002090200120300.htm] : ...But isn't it necessary that one understand the meaning of the Vedas that is being recited, was the unanimous question from the gathering. To this, Sri Tatwamasi Dixit said, "Well, the very meaning of the Vedas is knowledge, and they transcend religion and beliefs. It is not necessary that one understand the language in which it is recited. One can benefit from it through three levels — vibratory level that is the structured patterns or just the sound are said to have a great impact on the body; next, by understanding the meaning of the verses; and the third, by perceiving the emotions or feelings in the verses. Basically, if one develops a faith that these words have some power and meaning, then that belief itself will have a positive effect on them."...
Innovation
If you want to fill your company with great ideas, fill it with great people. And that, according to Stanford professor Robert Sutton, means welcoming weird people. Here are 5 1/2 ways to do it.
5 1/2 Weird Practices That Work
If you want to fill your company with great ideas, fill it with great people. And that, according to Stanford professor Robert Sutton, means welcoming weird people. Here are 5 1/2 ways to do it.
Weird Idea #1. Hire slow learners of the organizational code. Specifically, hire people with a special kind of stupidity or stubbornness -- who avoid, ignore, or reject how things are "supposed to be done around here." Surround those slow learners with fast learners who understand how to promote their creative ideas.
Weird Idea #1 1/2. Hire people who make you uncomfortable -- even those whom you dislike. Once you've hired people who prompt discomfort, take extra care to listen to their ideas.
Family
[Mark Pilgrim] : [The best present ever|http://diveintomark.org/archives/2002/12/24.html#the_best_present_ever]
How to write better code
http://revjim.net/archives/2002/12/21/3956.php
Motivation
http://revjim.net/archives/2002/08/16/3709.php
Christmas
[source|http://revjim.net/archives/2002/12/23/3958.php]
Idea
http://paultyma.blogspot.com/2005/12/idea-about-ideas.html
Theosophist
[The Theosophist: February 2003|http://ts-adyar.org/magazine/the_theosophist/February_03/page-01.htm]
20021227
[Days] > 20021227
20021228
[Days] > 20021228
Kishore Balakrishnan 2002
* 2001 August 11 - Krishna's birthday - setup this page... - I am reading [ask Osho|http://www.barnett.sk/software/osho/askindex.htm] - Your Questions Answered or Your Answers Questioned
* 2001 August 10 - I may not be updating [Kishore Balakrishnan's Psychic RAM|http://kishore.editthispage.com/] any longer...
* 1999 June 23 : [Marriage] [Sushma Kishore]
MVC
[Reverend Jim] explains [how to write better code|http://revjim.net/archives/2002/12/21/3956.php]
Dr. Bieler's Health Broth
1 cup of parsley
Put 1/4 cup of water into a stock pot. Put the string beans in first and steam for about 5 minutes. Then put celery and zucchini into the pot and steam for another 5 - 7 minutes or until tender, but still crisp. Do not overcook. When done put the water that the vegetables have cooked in into the blender. Follow with the vegetables. Blend until liquefied. Add a teaspoon of raw unsalted butter and a large handful of parsley. Blend again until parsley is liquefied.
Scriptures
* Avadhuta Gita - http://www.starwon.com.au/~soham/avadhuta/chap01.htm
Snow
[How To: Drive in the Snow|http://www.edmunds.com/ownership/howto/articles/45193/article.html]
Tolerance
[101 Tools for Tolerance|http://www.tolerance.org/101_tools/index.html]
Hate
[10 Ways to Fight Hate|http://www.tolerance.org/10_ways/index.html]
Graham Hancock
[Tamil Nadu's Ancient Cities May Predate Mesopotamian Civilization|http://www.hindustantimes.com/news/181_132193,000900020001.htm] : CHENNAI, INDIA, January 5, 2003: A British marine archaeologist Graham
December, Mr. Hancock said underwater explorations in 2001 provided evidence
city any time between 17,000 and 7,000 years ago, the date of the last Ice
the 1980s. Man-made structures like well rims, horseshoe-shaped building
[Tamil Nadu's Ancient Gene Pool Discovered|http://www.hindustantimes.com/news/181_132193,000900020001.htm]
Institute for the Future
"Since 1968, the Institute for the Future (IFTF) has helped members make sense out of complexity. With 34 years of experience, IFTF researchers are experts in forecasting and mapping critical technological, demographic, and business trends and analyzing their implications for our members. In essence, we make sense out of alternative futures that are important to society, to help organizations make better decisions in the present.
Jon Udell
[To be Continued|http://weblog.infoworld.com/udell/2006/12/15.html] : ..I'll keep on doing it so long as we all find it worthwhile, but I also aim to connect with a lot of people on the trailing edge, many of whom have yet to subscribe to an RSS feed, publish a professionally-oriented blog, or compose a new service by stitching URLs together..
[2003 Jan 10|http://weblog.infoworld.com/udell/2003/01/10.html#a569] : ...It's about the evolution of our species toward shared consciousness...
Practical Internet Groupware
[Tim O'Reilly] : [A Book You Should Know About|http://oreilly.com/pub/a/oreilly/ask_tim/1999/pracintgr_preface.html]
2009 07 12 - came across the book at the NUS bookstore near the Central Library and happily bought it at an unbelievable price :-)
Elusive Happiness
Any number of zeros have no value unless you add a '1' before them.
Sebastien Paquet
[People] > Sébastien Paquet http://radio.weblogs.com/0110772/
http://radio.weblogs.com/0110772/2003/02/13.html : "...That Osho guy looks like he was one wise dude. Reading this through made me eerily calm all of a sudden..."
Davos
http://www.frommers.com/destinations/davos/2605010001.html
[Dave Winer] : [Lunch in Switzerland|http://scriptingnews.userland.com/backissues/2003/01/28#lunchInSwitzerland]
Help
2005-01-23-sun : Where is the village Sambalapattam (pronounciation in tamil - in English: Salary Kite) - in India? Please contact the webmaster. Many thanks!
[Reverend Jim] on 2003 January 17th, 2:16pm: [please help: Canadian citizen denied at US border|http://revjim.net/archives/2003/01/17/3979.php]
20030118
[Days] > 20030118
[Movies] : [Samasthanam|http://www.hinduonnet.com/thehindu/fr/2002/10/04/stories/2002100401330200.htm]
Schauinsland
http://www.schauinsland.com/ - Berg + Tal - EUR 10,20
Jeremy Zawodny
[Jeremy Zawodny Biography|http://jeremy.zawodny.com/blog/archives/001333.html]
20030122
[Days] > 20030122
IIT
[IITs better than US institutes, says CBS|http://www.iitbombay.org/misc/press/60Minutes011203.htm]
Hyundai
[Hyundai Selects SAP for Complete IT Systems at First U.S. Assembly Plant|http://www.sap.com/company/press/press.asp?pressID=2016] : ...Largest mySAP Automotive Implementation: Plant to Produce 300,000 Cars a Year..."We have made a strategic decision to use SAP in our first U.S. assembly plant to help us in our pursuit to become a global top-five carmaker," said Dr. Paeng Jung Kook, CIO of Hyundai Motor Company...
2003
2003 02 14 - [Victor Stone] : [Who Are You?|http://www.fourstones.net/mail02.html] : ...The future and what I hope to become is so much more interesting and wondrous to me than the stupid things I had to do make it to this point...
2003 01 31 : Divine Romance by Swami Yogananda is recommended... Searched... came across [The Divine Romance]
The Space Shuttle Columbia
via [Meg Hourihan] : [Space Shuttle Columbia Breaks Up On Landing|http://saltire.weblogger.com/2003/02/01]
http://www.nedbatchelder.com/blog/200302.html#e20030201T201527
http://www.poynter.org/content/content_view.asp?id=19160
Jim Speth
[Coder Finds New Way to Swap Tunes|http://www.wired.com/news/technology/0,1282,57482,00.html]
20030126
[Days] > 20030126
Pho
[Vegetarian Pho Redux|http://www.stuttercut.org/hungry/archives/dinner_reports/000135.html#000135]
Car
[Plant with a plan|http://www.tata.com/tata_engg/articles/20021217_indica01.htm] : ...The car [Indica] itself was never the star in the Indica saga...Spread over 158 acres in the Pimpri-Chinchwad industrial belt near Pune, the plant is probably the most modern and automated installation of its kind in the country [India]...
Miracle
http://www.geocities.com/parasu41/miracles.html
Project
[David Allen] : anything you&#8217;re committed to complete that takes more than one step
20030212
[Days] > 20030212
Intellect
[Intellect Crisis|http://www.geocities.com/parasu41/intellect_crisis.html]
Michael Bauer
http://www.sfgate.com/eguide/food/restaurants/top100/
Patna
[Vedic course For Expectant Mothers|http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/cms.dll/html/uncomp/articleshow?artid=37109724] : PATNA, INDIA, February 12, 2003: Sujeet Jha, a post-graduate from Hindu College in Delhi University, is opening a unique institution, Sanskar,
David Stutz
[Outgoing Exec Warns Microsoft: Embrace Open Source ... Or Else|http://www.informationweek.com/story/IWK20030219S0007]
Victor Stone
[Some things to keep in mind|http://www.fourstones.net/blog/2001_07_01_blogarchives.html#4737482]
Index200301
Brave Buffalo, Brule Sioux Nation (1985) : ...The Earth People (indigenous natives) never wrote anything down, had no written language. They knew that if they wrote anything down it would be disastrous. If you write something down you don't have to remember it. And mind goes off into unconsciousness. It becomes negative, or unconscious force...
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Addiction
[Mark Pilgrim] : [Addiction is...|http://diveintomark.org/archives/2001/09/22/addiction_is.html]
20030216
[Days] > 20030216
[Google buys Pyra in big boost for blogging|http://www.bayarea.com/mld/mercurynews/business/5195814.htm] - Google should have bought Hotlinks.com ( now NewspaperLinks.com )
1 followed by 100 zeroes
[Etc] > 1 followed by 100 zeroes
"Googol" is the mathematical term for a 1 followed by 100 zeros. It's a very large number.
Ovidiu Predescu
[The First Week at Google|http://www.webweavertech.com/ovidiu/weblog/archives/000160.html] : ...To get familiar with the existing code, I've started prototyping an idea I had for a long time...The work environment is very free, engineers can contribute to internal projects as they wish. The cool thing is that most ideas that you see on the public Web site are driven by engineers. This freedom is something I enjoy very much, as I don't like being constrained by a particular project...
Mokshamu Galada
http://www.admadhavan.com/krithi1.htm
Ayushya Homam
http://www.geocities.com/parasu41/ayushya.html
Computer
[Walk Away from That Computer|http://www.sap.info/public/en/news.php4/Category-28893c6139435ea7f/page/0/article/Article-243813e48feb1612e8/en] : ...News that a 32-year-old New Zealand man, who spent up to 18 hours at his computer, suffered a massive blood clot that caused him to black out, has caused experts to warn about the dangers of extended sitting in front of a monitor...
Kaizen
[Garr Reynolds] : Personal Kaizen: 15 Tips for your continuous improvement - http://www.presentationzen.com/presentationzen/2009/09/personal-kaizen-tips-for-your-continuous-improvement.html
Aspirin
[From Aspirin to Zeppelin|http://german.about.com/library/weekly/aa030501a.htm]
Yajna
http://www.geocities.com/parasu41/yajna.html : ...As far-reaching as the Law of Karma is the Law of Sacrifice, the law by which the worlds were built, the law by which they are maintained. All lives can only be supported by absorbing other lives:
200303
[Prasna-Upanishad|http://www.sacred-texts.com/hin/upan/up11.htm] : ...1. Sukesas Bharadvaga, and Saivya Satyakama, and Sauryayanin Gargya, and Kausalya Asvalayana, and Bhargava Vaidarbhi, and Kabandhin Katyayana, these were devoted to Brahman, firm in Brahman, seeking for the Highest Brahman. They thought that the venerable Pippalada could tell them all that, and they therefore took fuel in their hands (like pupils), and approached him.
Nishkam Gupta
[Young Indian American Hindu Joins Marines|http://www.rediff.com/us/2003/apr/04iraq1.htm]
CAMP LEJEUNE, U.S.A., April 4, 2003: Nishkam Gupta, 21, is not like
Configuration Management
[Aviation Administration's Configuration Management Website|http://www1.faa.gov/cm/] : [Configuration Management 101|http://www1.faa.gov/cm/cmeducation.htm] , [MIL-HDBK-61|http://www1.faa.gov/cm/cmdocs/3Standards/Hdbk61/hdbk61.htm]
Umeboshi
[Food] > Umeboshi (japanese) or pickled sour plum is a powerful infection fighter. Scientific studies show that umeboshi begin to destroy bacteria and virus in the body within 15 minutes after consumption
Dina Mehta
[People] > Dina Mehta http://radio.weblogs.com/0121664/
Ten ways to enhance your family dinnertime
1. Pray before you eat
10. Refrain from criticizing the food
Ekambara Sastrigal
attained Sivaloha prapthi on 14/04/2003(Tamil New Year Day)at 5:00AM. Every year in April, he went to his native place (from Chennai) to perform special homams(every year he used to
do)along with Sanskrit scholars and family members. He returned on 13/04/2003
Hindu Temples in Singapore
# [Sri Mariamman Temple|http://www.heb.gov.sg/smt/main.html] .....is the oldest and most important of Singapore's Hindu religious buildings..... 244 South Bridge Road Singapore 058793. Tel 62234064 - Opening Hrs: 7am-12noon, 6pm-9pm - Email: heb_smt at pacific.net.sg
# [Sri Sivan Temple|http://www.heb.gov.sg/sst/sst-main.html] 24, Geylang East Ave 2, Singapore 389752.Tel: 7434566; Fax: 7437622. Opening Hrs: 6.30am-12noon, 6pm-9pm, Email: heb_sst at pacific.net.sg
# [Sri Srinivasa Perumal Temple|http://www.sspt.org/], 397 Serangoon Road, Singapore SG, 218123. Opening Hrs:6.30am-noon, 6pm-9pm daily. Tel:2985771, Fax: 2989884
# [Sree Changi Ramar Temple|http://www.changiramartemple.com/], 51 Changi Village Road, Singapore 509908. Tel: 65431463. Email: sriramar@pacific.net.sg - opening hours : 7:00 am to 12:00 noon and 6:30 pm to 9:00 pm
# Sri Senpaga Vinayagar Temple, Ceylon Road [Images at rainpalm.com|http://www.rainpalm.com/Ganesha01/index.htm]
# Sri Thendayuthapani Temple - 15 Tank Road, Singapore 238065 - Tel: 7379393 ; Fax: 7350804 - http://www.sttemple.com/
# 2005-07-31 - Is there any Singapore map with stars denoting the temples ? It will be easy for people to know what temples are close by...
# 2005-07-31 - I have recently shifted to Hougong Any hindu temple nearby - walking distance from Ave 79Serangoon secondary school
Marc Gafni
[Books] : [Soul Prints|http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/0743417003/] :Your Path to Fulfillment
20030419
[Days] > 20030419
[Joshua Allen] : [Radioactive Hiring|http://www.netcrucible.com/blog/2003/04/18.html#a316]
Tantrism
http://www.santosha.com/moksha/tantrism1.html
Dhyana
[Yoga and Meditation (Dhyana)|http://www.santosha.com/moksha/meditation1.html] by Georg Feuerstein
Gita Govinda
http://www.invismultimedia.com/INVISNEW/Pages/Ashtapadi.html : ...Jayadeva's Gita Govindam, also known as Ashtapadi, is a rime of eternal love and supreme devotion composed in the 12th century in India. Poet Jayadeva, born in Orissa was a member of the Court of the King of Bengal. Peerless in the sheer magic of its poetics and passion, Gitagovindam is an unsurpassable gem in Sanskrit poetry...
Akshaya Thrithiyai
[A reason to buy!|http://www.hinduonnet.com/thehindu/mp/2002/05/14/stories/2002051400110300.htm]
Eknath Easwaran
http://www.nilgiri.org/nilgiri.cfm?pageid=5001 : ...Sri Eknath Easwaran is respected around the world as one of the twentieth century’s great spiritual teachers...
[The Eight Point Program|http://www.nilgiri.org/nilgiri.cfm?pageid=1]
Logistics Management Associates
[Integrated Logistics Support Handbook|http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/0070331391/], 2nd Edition : The Integrated Logistics Support Handbook is one of the best selling logistics reference books ever published with over 100,000 copies in print. It has become a basic reference for virtually all ILS organizations and is used as a text in many universities.
Omraam Mikhael Aivanhov
1900 - Mikhael Ivanov was born in a small village in Bulgaria. He was a precocious child and early on became fascinated with spiritual matters.
1986 - Omraam Mikhaël Aïvanhov travels in the invisible world.
The Master Omraam Mikhael Aivanhov (1900-1986) was born in Bulgaria. In 1937 he went to France where he gave the main body of his Teaching.
# 2005-10-24-mon - link http://www.youaregods.net/ sent via email (by rshargel @ Y! )
Climbing the Blue Mountain
[Eknath Easwaran] : [Climbing the Blue Mountain|http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/0915132710/carnaticcom] : A Guide for the spiritual Journey
Tantra
[Georg Feuerstein] : [Tantrism and Neotantrism|http://www.santosha.com/moksha/tantrism1.html]
[sivasakti.com - General Introduction to Tantra Yoga|http://sivasakti.com/articles/tantra/introduction-to-tantra-art01.html]
George Leonard
[The End of Sex|http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/0874771781/carnaticcom]
Bruce Almighty
[Rotten Tomatoes : Bruce Almighty|http://www.rottentomatoes.com/m/BruceAlmighty-1122616/]
20001007
[Days] > 20001007
[Dave Winer] [:|http://scriptingnews.userland.com/backIssues/2000/10/07] "Kishore Balakrishnan has an idea that we should all graph our mentor lists. I'm flattered that he includes me as one of his mentors, along with Jakob Nielsen. But it would be interesting to see who we all look up to."
20030618
[Days] > 20030618
Gopi Krishna
...In 1967 he published his first major book in India, [Kundalini]--The Evolutionary Energy in Man (currently available under the title Living With Kundalini)...
Weblog2003June
!21
!16
142857
[PATH] > 142857
[Articles for Educators : My Pet Number - 142857|http://www.articlesforeducators.com/math/000002.asp] : ...Lesson ideas centering around an unusual number which 'performs tricks'. 142857 (the repeating segment of the repeating decimal one-seventh) behaves oddly when multiplied by various whole numbers...
19830623
[Days] > 19830623
On June 23, 1983 the Domain Name System, or DNS, better known as .com
infrastructure software provider Nominum, and Postel, who died in 1998,
1986, the initial implementation of DNS was running on all the Internet's
Teachings of Yoga
[Books] > [Teachings of Yoga|http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/157062318X/carnaticcom] Edited By [Georg Feuerstein]
|<a href="http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/157062318X/carnaticcom"><img src="http://images.amazon.com/images/P/157062318X.01.TZZZZZZZ.jpg" border="0" alt="Teachings of Yoga by Georg Feuerstein" hspace="3" vspace="3"/></a>
Dadaji
"Born in 1911, Shri Mahendranath was the last Guru of both the Adi-Nath and Uttara Kaula Tantrik lineages. Though both these ancient lineages came to an end with Shri Mahendranath's passing in 1991, he left as a legacy a new Nath Order tailored for the West. Now a householder rather than a sannyasin order, the International Nath Order is currently headed by Dadaji's successor, Shri Kapilnath."
Tim Bray
[WhatNext|http://www.tbray.org/ongoing/When/200x/2004/01/01/WhatNext] : ...Welcome to 2004! I’m looking for something new to do, as in job-hunting...
[Tim Bray: As of today (2004/03/15), I work for Sun|http://www.tbray.org/ongoing/When/200x/2004/03/15/SunnyBoy]
Restaurants in Singapore
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[Bombay Woodlands Restaurant Singapore|http://www.bombaywoodlands.com/] "The landmark for good indian vegetarian cuisine at the nicer side of orchard road" : 19, Tanglin Road, #B1-01 / 02, Tanglin Shopping Centre, Singapore 247909 - Tel 6235 2712 Fax 6235 0337 - Open Daily: 9:30am to 10:00pm
Ghaangothree Vegetarian Restaurant - No.5, #01-01, Hindoo Road, Singapore 209107 - Tel 62966939 - order at tasteourfood.com - http://www.tasteourfood.com
[Saravana Bhavan|http://www.saravanabhavan.com] : 36, Belilios Lane, Serangoon Road, Singapore - Tel 6297 7755 - 7:30am to 3:30pm , 5:30pm to 10:00pm
Take Vege Vegetarian Garden (S) Pte Ltd. - 574 / 576 Geyland Road. (between Lor 32 & 34) - 7.00 am to 12.00 midnight - Tel (65) 6846 4838
Daily Veg - nestled in the basement of Temasek Tower - right opposite the POSB auto-teller and behind the Kodak Express shop - #B1-07 Temasek Tower - Tel 62220566 - hop off the MRT at Tanjong Pagar and just follow the exit to Temasek Tower - opening hours: Mon to Fri 8am to 7pm, Sat: 8am to 2pm - TVP (Textured Vegetable Protein) is a staple in Daily Veg Creations
Healthy Recipes, 3 Shenton Way, #01-02 Shenton House, Tel : +65 6222 0737 - Healthy, balanced delicious meals - prepared with organic & natural ingredients
http://www.dial-a-curry.com.sg/ Tel:64630001 - Island-wide Deliveries - Evening only from 6pm to 10.30 pm
Malaysian High Commission Singapore
* 2005 April 16 - [Travel Agents who issue Visas to Malaysia|http://www.singaporetours.com.sg/default.asp/P/1053014/S/2] : ...With effect from 1 September 2004, the High Commission of Malaysia in Singapore will outsource all visa applications to the following appointed travel agents. The High Commission will no longer accept walk-in visa applications by individuals... Procedure at Mustafa : passport, employment pass, Work Permit or Permanent Residence, 1 photo, $15 processing fee, x year multiple entry x X $45, processing time 4 days - Check with Mustafa for the latest status
30, Hill Street #02-01, Singapore 179360 (walking distance from City Hall MRT)
(The high commission used to be at 301 Jervois Road Singapore 249077 for a long time... Not now: 2003 07 04 )
Tel : 6235 0111
Submission Hours: 8:00am to 11:30am
Collection Hours: 2:30pm to 4:15pm - Next Working Day
* 1 completed application form
* 1 photograph
Personal notes: It is better to be there at 6:30am and queue. At 7:30, there are easily 100 in the queue... At 7:45am, application forms are given. There is a possibility to photocopy documents, get passport size photos nearby. It is also possible to get application form from the same place... But they fill it for you and charge SGD 2... Many in the queue will get this done... But there is enough time to fill the application form once it is issued at 7:45am
* India - Multiple entry - 1 year - SGD 46
* Howto <anything> ? - Please call the high commission at +65 6235 0111 and enquire yourself - Ofcourse! when you find answers which would be worthwhile to add here, send an email !
Paul Hauck
* [How to Do What You Want to Do: The Art of Self-Discipline|http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/0664241220/carnaticcom]
[How to Do What You Want to Do: The Art of Self-Discipline|http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/0664241220/carnaticcom]
At the Feet of the Master
|<a href="http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/0835608034/carnaticcom"><img src="http://images.amazon.com/images/P/0835608034.01.TZZZZZZZ.jpg" border="0" alt="Jiddu Krishnamurti: At the Feet of the Master and Towards Discipleship" hspace="3" vspace="3"/></a>
Awakening the Third Eye
[clairvision.org - Awakening the Third Eye|http://www.clairvision.org/CKB/CKBB/CKBB_000_215/Index.html]
Pradosham
http://siddhanta.shaivam.org/Pradhosham.html : ...Pradhosha pooja is one of the most important among the poojas performed to the Graceful Lord Shiva. In Shukla Paksha (15 moon days from New moon to Full moon) and Krishna Paksha (15 moon days from Full moon to New moon) the evening of the trayodasi (thirteenth moon day) between 4.30 p.m. to 6.00 p.m. is called Pradhosha. It comes once in fifteen moon days. Pradhosha time is especially meant for praying Lord Shiva. Praying in that time will free us from out sins and gives moksha finally (hence the name Pradhosha)...
Asit Chandmal
[uppercrustindia.com : Asit Chandmal|http://www.uppercrustindia.com/13crust/thirteen/people1.htm]
One Thousand Suns: Krishnamurti at Eighty-Five and the Last Walk
|<a href="http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/0893816310/carnaticcom"><img src="http://images.amazon.com/images/P/0893816310.01.TZZZZZZZ.jpg" border="0" alt="One Thousand Suns: Krishnamurti at Eighty-Five and the Last Walk by Asit Chandmal" hspace="3" vspace="3"/></a>
Ongarakudil
Sri Agathiar Sanmarka Sanggam, 115, Nagar Extension, Ongarakudil, Thuraiyur 621010, Trichy District, Tamilnadu
The Books of Secrets
[Books] > The Books of Secrets by [Osho] "112 Keys to the Mystery Within"
|<a href="http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/0312180586/carnaticcom"><img src="http://images.amazon.com/images/P/0312180586.01.TZZZZZZZ.jpg" border="0" alt="Jiddu Krishnamurti: Think on these Things" hspace="3" vspace="3"/></a>
There's a spiritual solution to every problem
|<a href="http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/0060192305/carnaticcom"><img src="http://images.amazon.com/images/P/0060192305.01.TZZZZZZZ.jpg" border="0" alt="There's a spiritual solution to every problem by Wayne W. Dyer" hspace="3" vspace="3"/></a>
Very Low Sperm Count
[Foods that Heal|http://64.239.78.241/foodsthatheal.html]
Karthick Fertility Clinic
1, 2nd Street,
Tel: 22363426, 22368423, 22414396
Fax: 22414992
Wal-Mart
Wal-Mart Supercenter Mannheim-Vogelstang Spreewaldallee 38-40 - Tel 0621 7001 500 - Mo. to Fr. : 7.00 to 20.00 - Sa. 7.00 to 16.00 Uhr
20030913
[Days] > 20030913
[Viriya Community Services|http://www.viriya.org.sg/] - Lilies on the River is a fund raising event that involves the floating of 100,000 lilies down the Singapore River.
Time: Carnival: 10 am to 10 pm Floating of lilies : 6.30 pm to 10 pm
Kong Meng San Phor Kark See Monastery
http://www.awarenessplace.com/ - #01-21 Bras Basah Complex Branch (Near City Hall/ Bugis MRT) Tel: 63377582 info @ awarenessplace . com
Dharini Sridharan
12th Std - Business Studies(Commerce), Economics, Accountancy, Maths and English
Sony Ericsson T100
[Tools] > Sony Ericsson T100
[sonyericsson.com - T100|http://www.sonyericsson.com/sg/spg.jsp?page=start&Redir=template%3DPS1%26B%3Die%26PID%3D10002%26LM%3DPSM_V] : ...It looks success, it feels refined and it performs. At work or at play, the Sony Ericsson T100 is your statement in style...
[gsmbox.com Preview: Sony Ericsson T100|http://uk.gsmbox.com/news/mobile_news/all/93619.gsmbox]
[gsmbox.com Test: Sony Ericsson T100|http://uk.gsmbox.com/news/mobile_news/all/95894.gsmbox]
Egg
["Free Range," "Cage Free," "Organic": What's the Story?|http://www.enn.com/news/2003-07-01/s_4813.asp] : ...In the past 10 years, the egg has undergone a remarkable transformation, from a humble provider of protein, vitamins, and minerals to an all-purpose edible conduit through which beneficial nutrients or potentially harmful chemicals can pass into the human body...
B12
[Etc] > B12
[beyondveg.com : What Every Vegan Should Know About Vitamin B12|http://www.beyondveg.com/walsh-s/vitamin-b12/vegans-1.shtml]
Thank You for Being Such a Pain
[Thank You for Being Such a Pain: Spiritual Guidance for Dealing With Difficult People by Mark I. Rosen|http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/0609804146/carnaticcom]
|<a href="http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/0609804146/carnaticcom"><img src="http://images.amazon.com/images/P/0609804146.01.TZZZZZZZ.jpg" border="0" alt="Thank You for Being Such a Pain: Spiritual Guidance for Dealing With Difficult People by Mark I. Rosen" hspace="3" vspace="3"/></a>
Career
[The 10 Worst Mistakes Career Changers Make|http://editorial.careers.msn.com/articles/mistakes/]
[Upgrade your career|http://www.joelonsoftware.com/items/2009/11/05.html]
Instinct to Kill
[Rotten Tomatoes Synopsis|http://www.rottentomatoes.com/m/InstincttoKill-1120592/about.php] : .....Tess (Melissa Crider) has fooled everyone, including herself, by playing the role of the happily married wife. Yet, when her husband Jim (Tim Abell), known in the community as a righteous cop, displays uncharacteristically violent and angry behavior, she becomes suspicious of the man she loves.....
Sun
[Sun Honors Six with 'Fellow'|http://siliconvalley.internet.com/news/article.php/2106551] : ....."Innovation is only partly about technology. The bigger part is the people who have the insights, make the connections, and spur each other to new heights," said Sun CTO Greg Papadopoulos. "It has always been the people of Sun that produce not just big ideas but big results. This is an elite group of experts in their fields who understand how to create and apply technology to provide real-life solutions to our customers worldwide as networks grow more complex.".....
Masanobu Fukuoka
[Masanobu Fukuoka's Biography for the 1988 Ramon Magsaysay Award for Public Service|http://www.rmaf.org.ph/RMAFWeb/Documents/Awardee/Biography/mf_01bio.htm]
[Greening The Desert - Applying natural farming techniques in Africa|http://www.context.org/ICLIB/IC14/Fukuoka.htm] - an interview with Masanobu Fukuoka, by Robert and Diane Gilman
Takao Furuno
Book : The Power of Duck: Integrated Rice and Duck Farming, by Takao Furuno, was published in 2001 by Tagari Publications of the Permaculture Institute, Tasmania, Australia.
[Duck power and a tale of success: From six acres to an ecosystem|http://www.leopold.iastate.edu/newsletter/2002-1leoletter/furuno.html]
Software Project Management
|<a href="http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/0932633439/carnaticcom"><img src="http://images.amazon.com/images/P/0932633439.01.TZZZZZZZ.jpg" border="0" alt="Peopleware : Productive Projects and Teams, 2nd Ed." hspace="3" vspace="3"/></a> by Tom Demarco, Timothy Lister, Timothy R. Lister
|<a href="http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/0201835959/carnaticcom"><img src="http://images.amazon.com/images/P/0201835959.01.TZZZZZZZ.jpg" border="0" alt="The Mythical Man-Month: Essays on Software Engineering, Anniversary Edition (2nd Edition)" hspace="3" vspace="3"/></a> by Frederick P. Brooks (Author)
20031013
[Etc] > 20031013
Web Hosting
# 2009 11 29 - VPS Performance Comparison - http://journal.uggedal.com/vps-performance-comparison
* 2009 nov 01 http://scobleizer.com/2009/10/31/calling-all-web-hosting-companies/
* 2009 oct 15 http://apisnetworks.com/web_hosting_packages ( found via http://www.theangrydrunk.com/2009/10/14/lifehacker-emphasis-on-the-hack/ )
* 2009 03 01 - http://lifehacker.com/5124856/most-popular-reliable-and-affordable-web-hosts
* 2008 11 15 - Updated recommendations
* 2006 12 22 - changed recommendation
* 2005 09 16 - how many web hosts have weblogs - http://weblog.textdrive.com , http://blog.dreamhost.com - dreamhost provides web hosting services to over 140,000 domains ([source|http://blog.dreamhost.com/dreamhost-information/]) and textdrive 3,958 ([source|http://weblog.textdrive.com/article/160/4-servers-5-hours]) - confirm for yourself - Recommendations
* 2005 01 23 sun - Since today... i will use http://www.hostmatters.com for http://www.kishore.org - so far so good - if one doesnot need much bandwidth and also hosts multiple domains... then http://www.hostmatters.com is probably a better choice ! - you get shell access and fantastico too - http://www.totalchoicehosting.com is very good too - http://www.textdrive.com doesnot have cpanel and it is probably only required if you are going to need ruby, ruby on rails etc. My recommendation: http://www.hostmatters.com or http://www.totalchoicehosting.com
* 2004 02 18 - http://www.kishore.org is hosted at http://www.bloghosts.com - I recommend http://www.bloghosts.com - I will use the word "highly" after some months...
* [Movable Type Friendly Web Hosts|http://www.elise.com/mt/archives/000391movable_type_friendly_web_hosts.php]
* [What to Look for in a Web Host|http://channels.lockergnome.com/technobabble/archives/20041110_what_to_look_for_in_a_web_host.phtml]
* [mirabilis.ca - i've heard good things|http://www.mirabilis.ca/archives/000151.html]
* [Michael Kelly - mkelley.net moves from Dreamhost to BlogOMania|http://mkelley.net/archive/2003/03/03/1208.php]
* http://www.wombatnation.com/ : [I highly recommend dreamhost|http://www.wombatnation.com/blog/archives/2004/01/315_gallery_141.html]
* http://www.mirabilis.ca : [Moveable Type and Dreamhost: .....I no longer recommend Dreamhost.....|http://www.mirabilis.ca/archives/000151.html]
* [Michael Kelly - mkelley.net moves from Dreamhost to BlogOMania|http://mkelley.net/archive/2003/03/03/1208.php]
* http://www.shaunc.com/ : [I'd suggest taking a look at bluevirtual.com|http://lists.golum.org/pipermail/golum/2003-November/013445.html]
* [mirabilis.ca - i've heard good things|http://www.mirabilis.ca/archives/000151.html]
* http://www.bloghosts.com - closed for business - realised this on 19-Nov-2004
* [Michael Kelley is using bloghosts|http://mkelley.net/archive/2003/11/20/2614.php], [Server Go Boom|http://mkelley.net/archive/2003/11/20/2614.php] : .....I will still *highly* recommend them to anyone.....
* [The Flood and Bloghosts|http://blogcritics.org/archives/2004/02/05/151339.php]
* [Nick Denton] : [Web Hosting Suggestions|http://www.nickdenton.org/archives/004196.html] contains warning against dreamhost - oops...
* [Movable Type Friendly Web Hosts|http://www.elise.com/webmarketing/archives/000106movable_type_friendly_web_hosts.html]
* [Rick Klau : Web hosting suggestions?|http://www.rklau.com/tins/archives/2003/11/11/web_hosting_suggestions.php] : http://www.imhosted.com http://www.hostingmatters.com/
* [Jerry Lawson's Hosts for Web Sites or Blogs|http://www.netlawblog.com/archives/000184.html] : http://www.lunarpages.com/ http://www.webhost4life.com/
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20031031
[Etc] > 20031031
Reflexology
Ai Sin Foot Reflexology Centre, 810, Geylang Road, #01-89, City Plaza, Singapore 409286. Tel: 6743 6209. 1pm to 10pm
20031101
[Etc] > 20031101
Jonathon Delacour
[Overloaded|http://weblog.delacour.net/archives/2003/12/overloaded.php]
[Vivacious|http://weblog.delacour.net/archives/2003/11/vivacious.php] : "You just have to accept him the way he is, and trust that what appears to be anti-social grumpiness is just quiet observation and reflection."
20031111
[Days] > 20031111
20031113
[Days] > 20031113
Longhorn
[Ole Eichhorn] : [The Emperor's New Code|http://w-uh.com/index.cgi/articles/031102-emperors_new_code.html] : ...The most important thing is not how easy it is to build code, the most important thing is how well the code runs once it is built...
The Sound of Music
[The Sound of Music (1965) Review by Tim Dirks|http://www.filmsite.org/soun.html]
20040203
Singapore Airlines will make aviation history on Feb 3 when the world's longest non-stop commercial flight takes off at Changi Airport for a 16-hour trip to Los Angeles on the airbus [A340-500|http://www.airbus.com/product/a340_a500_introduction.asp]
Chanakya
[Jyotsna Kamat] : [Wisdoms of Chanakya|http://www.kamat.com/jyotsna/blog/blog.php?date=10/16/2003] : ..."Man, model thyself after animals"...
Epson
[Epson Develops World's Smallest Flying Microrobot|http://www.epson.co.jp/e/newsroom/news_2003_11_18_2.htm]
Change
Worldchanging 101: An Anniversary Collection http://www.worldchanging.com/archives/010573.html
Jeff Sandquist
[What if all Weblog entries had religous use of categories...|http://radio.weblogs.com/0124699/2003/11/24.html]
Taxonomy
[Tim Bray] : [Taxonomy Madness|http://www.tbray.org/ongoing/When/200x/2003/11/25/TaxonomyMadness]
Glacier Express
http://www.mgbahn.ch/glacierexpress1.php : ...On board famous Swiss mountain railways from St. Moritz to Zermatt, from Piz Bernina to the Matterhorn. A 7 1/2 hour railway journey across 291 bridges, through 91 tunnels and across the Oberalp Pass at 2,033 metres in altitude. A panoramic trip through the Alps in the heart of Switzerland. The Glacier Express: also the most beautiful route between the sights of the Graubünden holiday region, central Switzerland, including Vierwaldstättersee (Lake Lucerne) and Lucerne itself, the sunny Wallis area with its glacier landscape, and the exciting regions of the South. Travel in comfort through the unspoilt natural beauty of a landscape rich in ancient, fragrant mountain forests, peaceful Alpine meadows, rushing mountain streams and mountain valleys, rich in tradition and centuries-old culture.
Anni Layne
[Take-Home Test|http://www.fastcompany.com/articles/2001/03/potentia.html] : ...Try these abbreviated exercises from Potentia International to uncover truths about the values and habits that influence your thinking...
20031212
[Days] > 20031212
Swastika
[Microsoft to cut swastikas from software|http://www.cnn.com/2003/TECH/biztech/12/12/microsoft.swastika.reut/]
Nokia
She uses the [Nokia 2100 Phone|http://www.nokia.com/nokia/0,,4582,00.html]
20031213
[Days] > 20031213
None
[Living the religious life of a none : Growing numbers shed organized church for loose spiritual sensibility|http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?file=/c/a/2003/12/04/MNG0Q3FQD51.DTL] : .....Kellee Hom was raised in the Roman Catholic Church but never imagined she'd become a religious none.
20031216
[Days] > 20031216
[First Appointment|http://www.hdb.gov.sg/isoa018p.nsf/890f06c8ce1442cd4825667300240a94/f0bc304870aace3f4825667300241b30?OpenDocument] @ [HDB|http://www.hdb.gov.sg/]
20031211
[Days] > 20031211
Angkor Wat
[sacredsites.com : Angkor Wat|http://www.sacredsites.com/1st30/angkorwa.html]
Martin Gray
http://www.sacredsites.com/ : Martin Gray is an anthropologist and photographer specializing in the study of sacred sites and pilgrimage traditions around the world. Traveling as a pilgrim, Martin spent twenty years, visiting and photographing over 1000 sacred sites in eighty countries.
Salem
Hotel Cenneys Gateway, 97/4, Sarada College Main Road, Five Roads, Salem - 636 004 - Tel : +91 427 2330566, Fax: +91 427 2330599, Email: hotelcenneys@eth.net
20031220
[Days] > 20031220
Fengshui
[50 Fengshui Tips Part I|http://www.singapore-real-estate.com/site/50-1.asp]
20031224
[Days] > 20031224
[Toshiba Refrigerator 3 Doors GR-N45ST|http://www.toshiba.com.sg/__48256BAC0062814D.nsf/webDocuments/TSPS-5PV3SA]
20031225
[Days] > 20031225
[Sun & Sand Holiday Sdn Bhd|http://www.avipclub.com/my/sunandsand/] - En Nazri Mohd Zain - nazrimz@tm.net.my - (019) 774 5742
Joe Simonetta
[innerself.com : Just Three Simple Rules|http://www.innerself.com/Behavior_Modification/rules_11212.htm] :
Outliner
[Joshua Allen] : [Radio still the best outliner|http://www.netcrucible.com/blog/PermaLink.aspx?guid=c2e11e50-eb5c-43c4-9e5c-aa47707c1de5]
Argentina
[Philip Greenspun] : [20 Perfect Days in Argentina|http://blogs.law.harvard.edu/philg/2004/01/03#a3360], [Things that I did in Argentina for the first time|http://blogs.law.harvard.edu/philg/2004/01/03#a3359]
Deccan Odyssey
[The Hindu: Deccan Odyssey, a `hallmark' of ICF|http://www.thehindubusinessline.com/2003/10/24/stories/2003102400581700.htm]
[hindustantimes.com: India has the world's most luxurious train|http://www.hindustantimes.com/news/181_533511,000600010004.htm]
Rheinberg
[High-tech store in small German town shows how grocery shopping may actually become enjoyable|http://online.wsj.com/public/article/0,,SB107004263368918800,00.html?mod=2%5F1055%5F1]
The Art Of Sewing
[The Art of Sewing by Anna Jacob Thomas|http://www.gobookshopping.com/BookDetails.asp?bookid=19094] is less expensive and highly recommended. But there are no references in Google !
20040122
[Days] > 20040122
Chinese New Year
http://www.new-year.co.uk/chinese/ : ...The origin of the Chinese New Year is itself centuries old - in fact, too old to actually be traced. It is popularly recognised as the Spring Festival and celebrations last 15 days...
Robb Beal
(via [Tim Bray]) [Robb Beal is looking for a gig.|http://www.usercreations.com/weblog/2004/01/15.html#a406]
Kinzan
[Robert Scoble] : [Garland Wong, the CTO of Kinzan, came to see me today|http://radio.weblogs.com/0001011/2004/01/21.html#a6313]...
orkut
[Jeremy Zawodny] : [Watch out Friendster, here comes Google's Orkut|http://jeremy.zawodny.com/blog/archives/001473.html]
[Google spawns social networking service|http://news.com.com/2100-1026_3-5146006.html?tag=st_lh] : ...A Google representative said that the site is the independent project of one of its engineers, [Orkut Buyukkokten], who works on user interface design for Google. Buyukkokten, a computer science doctoral candidate at Stanford University before joining Google, created Orkut.com in the past several months by working on it about one day a week--an amount that Google asks all of its engineers to devote to personal projects. Buyukkokten, with the help of a few other engineers, developed Orkut out of his passion for social networking services...
20040124
[Days] > 20040124
Think
[under the iron - #13 Aaron Swartz|http://iron.wootest.net/aaron_swartz.php]
Kuchwada
http://www.kuchwada.com/ : .....Osho was born in Kuchwada, Madhya Pradesh,India on Dec.11,1931. Here Osho had lived with his grand father and grand mother until he was seven years old. Still now,the house he had lived is here.....
Vanakkam
[When it is cool to greet with Vanakkam?|http://www.news.tamilcanadian.com/news/2001/01/20010104_2.shtml]
Where Are You Going?
|<a href="http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/0911307605/carnaticcom"><img src="http://images.amazon.com/images/P/0911307605.01.TZZZZZZZ.jpg" border="0" alt="Swami Muktananda: Where Are You Going?" hspace="3" vspace="3"/></a>
The ABC of Enlightenment
|<a href="http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/0007161484/carnaticcom"><img src="http://images.amazon.com/images/P/0007161484.01.TZZZZZZZ.jpg" border="0" alt="Osho : The ABC of Enlightenment" hspace="3" vspace="3"/></a>
The Alchemist
[thorsons.com: The Alchemist|http://www.thorsons.com/books/default.asp?id=12157]
Essential Blogging
|<a href="http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/0596003889/carnaticcom"><img src="http://images.amazon.com/images/P/0596003889.01.TZZZZZZZ.jpg" border="0" alt="Essential Blogging" hspace="3" vspace="3"/></a>
Witnessing
[Osho explains Meditation|http://www.oshoturk.com/osho-life/05-17-meditaiton.htm] : .....The basic element running through all the methods of meditation is witnessing.....
Robert Blackwill
expressionism in New York in the 1940’s and 50’s
Bush — and on the September 11 attacks on the American
hearing in early 2001 in Cambridge, Massachusetts, I
2001, this very personal death count that I was
On September 11 in America. Nearly every day in India.
Disease
http://www.colitis-crohns.com/ - Colitis and Crohn's Health Recovery Services directed by David Klein offers the 100% effective Vegan Diet Healing plan based on the Natural Hygiene health system
WordPress
* http://zed1.com/journalized/
What I will do once WordPress 1.1 will be available !
* [Cruft-Free URIs in WP 1.0|http://wordpress.org/development/archives/2004/1/8/cruft-free-uris-in-wp-10/]
Pankaj Jalote
Pankaj Jalote is with the Department of Computer Science and Engineering at IIT Kanpur since 1989, where he was also the Head of the Department from 1998 to 2002. Earlier he was an Assistant Professor in the Department of Computer Science at the University of Maryland, where he also held joint appointment in the Institute of Advanced Computer Studies. From 1996 to 1998, he was Vice President (quality) at Infosys Technologies Ltd., a large Bangalore-based company providing software solutions worldwide, where he spearheaded Infosys' successful move to high maturity levels of the CMM.
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http://www.cavagnagroup.com/ - Advanced Solutions for Gas Control - Since 1949 the Cavagna Group has been a premier manufacturer of cylinder valves and related equipment.
Vitiligo
[Common Skin Problem|http://www.hindu.com/thehindu/2001/04/22/stories/1322048d.htm]
Nigel Alston
[A Goal Setting Exercise|http://motivationalmoments.typepad.com/motivational_moments_with/2003/10/a_goal_setting_.html]
Universal Event Calendar
[I(Phil Agre) wish for a universal event calendar.|http://polaris.gseis.ucla.edu/pagre/tno/april-1996.html#wish]
20030324
[Etc] > 20030324 16:44
VRN EUR 1,90 Einzelfahrschein Erw. 2 - 41 - R 155
Ivo Totev
Ivo Totev is technology evangelist at [SAP]. He gives technical, customer, and keynote presentations on Java and Web Services technologies and strategy, and has spoken on major technical conferences including Java ONE. He has over 10 years experience in the IT industry and has worked in consulting positions for various companies. Prior to joining SAP Ivo spent several years with Sun Microsystems as technology evangelist focusing on J2EE, J2ME and XML.
Karl Aigner
[Microsoft hires key rival from SuSE Linux|http://news.com.com/2100-7344-5195902.html] : .....Microsoft has hired one of its worst enemies, the SuSE Linux salesman whose efforts led the city of Munich to adopt Linux and open-source software instead of Microsoft's products..... Munich, which last year chose Linux for 14,000 computers.....
Sonia Gandhi
1)I had no gains
10)As in God?Nahi...
11)Aio!!Hand sign..
12)Gash on India
13)A Saigon Hand?
Kiddy Palace
Compass Point #03-22/23 63159325
Hardanger
http://www.nordicneedle.com : [Hardanger Hints|http://www.nordicneedle.com/tips/hardanger_hints.shtml], [Hardanger 101|http://www.nordicneedle.com/tips/har101.shtml], 201, 301
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[Days] > 20040414
Swami Dayananda Saraswati
[Swami Dayananda Saraswati: Advaita 101|http://www.wie.org/j14/dayananda.asp]
Garbhini Paricharya
[The Hindu: Care for mother and child|http://www.hindu.com/thehindu/mag/2004/05/02/stories/2004050200100600.htm] : .....[Ayurveda] has a well-documented description of caring for pregnant women, called Garbhini Paricharya.....Garbhini Paricharya prescribes ahara (diet), vihara (lifestyle) and vichara (thought process) to be followed during pregnancy as these have a direct effect on the mother and the child.....
[Goodhealth n You: Safe steps of motherhood|http://www.goodhealthnyou.com/features/features1.php3?id=1218]
Spider-man 2
[imdb.com: Spider-man 2 (2004)|http://us.imdb.com/title/tt0316654/] - 18:30 - GV Gold Class - D21,22
Swami Omkarananda
In the current lecture series (Ethics Life from Thirukkural - Lecture Series in Tamil - 07.09.2004(Tuesday) to 12.09.2004(Sunday) - 07:30pm - PGP Kalyana Mandapam (Sri Srinivasa Perumal Temple) Serangoon Road), Swamiji will continue to establish the validity of Thirukkural concepts even in this 21st century.
Chidbhavananda Ashram
THENI-626 531,TAMIL NADU.
Foto Barchard
Foto-Ateller Borchard - 69115 Heidelberg - Poststrasse 24-26 . Telefon 06221-28823
Nax Travels
[via nimbupani|http://www.nimbupani.com/2004/10/26/nax_travels.php]
MatrixView
([via nimbupani: Work Shift|http://www.nimbupani.com/2004/11/26/work_shift.php])
The Knotty Shop
14, Scotts Road, #04-43 Far East Plaza, Singapore 228213 - Tel +65 6737 1266
Mon - Sat : 11am - 7pm
The Whole Earth Vegetarian Restaurant
Tel : +65 68413319 - Fax : +65 6841 8446
Open daily from 11am to 10pm
Sweet Kanji
for 1 person
mix the above in 1/4 cup hot water and stir until a paste without lumps are formed
iRiver H340
.....The sleek and compact H340 digital music player holds up to 1200 hours of your favorite songs. Plus, you can transfer and store digital pictures and view them on the vivid color display. A rechargeable battery that lasts up to 16 hours, enhanced 3D sound, ultra-fast USB 2.0 file transfers and simple navigation are just a few of the features you won’t find anywhere else.....
[boren.nu: iRiver H320 and H340|http://boren.nu/archives/2004/12/24/iriver-h320-and-h340/]
Aravind Venkatakrishnan
[http://www.carnatic.com/pictures/20050107-aravindvenkatakrishnan.jpg]
Copies can be had from N. Aravind Venkatakrishnan, Plot # 1, Venkatam Flats, 3rd Floor, D5, 17th Cross Stree, Nanganallur 600061, Tel : +91 44 22332230
Blake Ross
[Is this internet prodigy about to knock Microsoft off its pedestal?|http://www.timesonline.co.uk/article/0,,11069-1425171,00.html] : .....Blake Ross, a Miami teenager, has created a free web browser that has been called Bill Gates's worst nightmare.....
Tamizhmudi
[20050109|http://www.carnatic.com/karmasaya/index.php?20050109]
Tamil Mudi Nilayam
|(&#2980;&#2990;&#3007;&#2996;&#3021;)
[20050109|http://www.carnatic.com/karmasaya/index.php?20050109]
20050109
[Days] > 20050109
It is the season for books. With the Book Fair being held here([Chennai]), there is a spurt in the number of books released by various publishers. [Tamil Mudi Nilayam], K. K. Nagar has released two new books for the season titled 'Sri Ayyappa Puranam' and 'Thiruppavai Karuthurai' recently. Penned by [Tamizhmudi], the books give elaborate details in the chapters. 'Sri Ayyappa Puranam' is priced at Rs. 50 and 'Thiruppavai Karuthurai' is priced at Rs. 10. They are available at H-10, K. Ponnambalam Colony, K. K. Nagar. Call +91 44 24712626 for details
20050120
[Days] > 20050120
via http://www.dooce.com/archives/thinking/01_19_2005.html
20050118
[Days] > 20050118
[Airbus A380 unveiled – a milestone in the history of aviation|http://www.bundesregierung.de/en/-,10001.775969/artikel/Airbus-A380-unveiled-a-milesto.htm] : .....Airbus is a successful example of European industrial cooperation involving Germany, France, Great Britain, and Spain.
The Airbus A380-800 is the world's largest passenger aircraft and sets new standards for comfort, fuel efficiency, and environmental friendliness. The baseline version in a three-class configuration has 555 seats, but in a single-class configuration this could be increased to 840. The amount of space on the A380 makes it feasible to install conveniences such as bars, shops, and recreation rooms. As a passenger plane it will have a range of around 15,000 kilometers. The cargo version will be able to fly a payload of 150 tons a distance of up to 10,500 kilometers.
After completion of test flights the first A380 is scheduled to begin commercial service with launch customer Singapore Airlines in the spring of 2006. Lufthansa will take delivery of the first of fifteen ordered planes in the summer of 2007. Thus far Airbus has received 139 orders from airlines around the world......
Numanuma
via http://sethgodin.typepad.com/seths_blog/2005/01/numanuma.html
20050125
[Etc] > 20050125
20050128
[Etc] > 20050128
20050127
[Days] > 20050127
Rotable
[20050127]
Repairable
[20050127]
Consumable
[20050127]
Indian Airlines Singapore
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Malarraj Srilatha
13-02-2005 :-)
Srilatha Malarraj
13 Feb 2005 :-)
Osho Chennai
Osho Delight c/o Second Education Trust, 1859, 2nd Floor, 17th Street, Behind UCMAS, Thiruvalluvar Kudiyiruppu, Anna Nagar(W), Chennai 600040
Tel: +91 44 2618 6897 - Handy : +91 98400 61171
Parenting
Everyone wants to think that they are good parents and that their particular parenting techniques are the most effective. However, you must realize that kids are not just raised by their parents; they are also raised in large part by their environment. Environment includes their neighborhood, school, peers, and media such as television, music, and the Internet. And don't forget that children differ in those things you might call genes. Thus, a parenting strategy that raises Ivy League angels in one family might lead to depressed psychotic sociopaths in another. It's good to listen to the advice of other people who are parents (see Tip #10: More knowledge is always better), but realize that you do not have full control of your children's upbringing. They are at the mercy of their environment - their social context - most of the time. I believe that the most effective parenting strategy is to first realize that parenting is a highly context-sensitive problem and that the context (environment) must be taken into serious consideration during the parenting process. You can't raise your kids in an isolated cave (unless you're a caveman).
Georg Kniese
[SAP appoints Georg Kniese as Joint Managing Director|http://www.siliconindia.com/shownewsdata.asp?newsno=27131&newscat=Technology] : ...BANGALORE: SAP Labs India today appointed Georg Kniese as Joint Managing Director. Based in Bangalore, Georg will oversee the research and development activities at SAP Labs India with current Joint Managing Director Martin Prinz...
20050228
| <li><a href="http://www.yogihub.com.sg/">Yogi Hub</a> - motto is: More than serving food: a catalyst for people to ponder organic living. - Natural - Organic - Healthy Living - No. 1 Boon Tat Street, #01-01, Singapore 069611 - Tel 6220 4344 - Another bigger branch is at 16 Madras St. Tel: 6298-8198, Mon-Sat 11.30am - 10pm, behind Tekka Mall, 5 minutes from Little India MRT.
| <li><a href="http://www.whatever.com.sg/cafe.html">Whatever Cafe</a>, 31 Keong Saik Road, Singapore 089138
| <li>Kampung Senang Weekend Kitchen and Organic Food Support Scheme Market (sale of organic food at reasonable price) is located at Blk 840 Tampines Street 82 #01-111. Luncheon from 11am to 2pm (Saturday and Sunday). Enjoy freshly prepared healthy meals, without refined salt or sugar, hydrogenated oil, palm or peanut oil and MSG free. Be sure to call 6785.2568 to reserve seats and to confirm that they are open on that weekend. E: email@kg-senang.org.sg; W: http://www.kg-senang.org.sg.</li>
| <li>Magenta is the colourful name of a new veg restaurant located near Raffles Place MRT at 15 North Canal Road; Tel: 6535-3653. Hours are M-F: 8am-2pm, 6pm-8.30pm; Sat: Grp bookings only; Sun: 12-3pm, 6pm-8.30pm.</li>
Puthucode
The temple occupies extensive ground. It is difficult to find a temple in Kerala with such large and wide four-squared construction called “Chuttambalam”. It has been built on the principles of Agamasastra. The daily rituals are held according to traditional Kerala customs. Cherumukku Manaikkal Nambudiris hold the right as its head priest. But the daily poojas are done by immigrant Brahmin. The present day poojas are done by Sri Ka3i who is heir to a tradition left behind by his father and grand-father, who like him were also performing the poojas. The temple opens for worship everyday at 5.30 a.m. and closes at 10 a.m. Again it reopens for evening worship at 4.30 p.m. Closing at 9 p.m. The deity is a Prasannatha Moorthy Swaroopini casting spell on worshippers by her radiant smile and charm. It needs thousand eyes to behold the beauty and splendour of the goddess in full decoration in the evenings. Srinivasa lyer’s deft hands who is an adept in sandal paste decoration called “Chandana charthu” contribute a great deal in this transformation (Now his son Kasi).
* 1 st Vilakku Ottamadom House
* 10th day Arattu Devaswom
Finding that the allotment of paddy by Devaswom to the temple is not able to meet even one tenth of the minimum required to perform rituals and the oil will not last one hour even on a depleted scale of burning lamps for the poojas the villagers went from house to house and arranged for five measures of rice, quarter kilo oil and twenty five paise for performing daily poojas. Even such individual efforts did not find suitable response from the Devaswom side. As a result of all these developments, SAPCO, Sri Annapoorneswari Pooja Co-ordinators — was established by the villagers in 1982. The immediate aim of SAPCO was resotratjon of the age old traditional daily poojas by collecting funds, which will be outside the Devaswom control. The efforts started by the villagers has gathered momentum and the daily poojas are now being performed without any hitch thanks to the funds collected by SAPCO. Encouraged by the work of SAPCO many villagers came forward to help in understanding renovation and repairs to the temple which were basically required to keep the structure intact was done between 1982—85 and a Kumbhabhishekam was performed in February 1986.
After the Kumbhabhishekam in 1986, the day to day rituals in the temple is being conducted as it was in the olden days with the co-operation and financial support of the Devotees at large.
In the year 1992 SAPCO undertook an extensive effort to new the dilapidated structures of the temple at a cost of Rs. 40.00 lakhs. It was also decided to do a Naveekarana Kalasam and Kumbhabhishekam after the completion of the repairs/renovation.
By Her Grace, and with the active support and participation of Her Devotees, the repairs as well as the Naveekarana Kalasam could be conducted in May 1997.
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[Etc] > 20050114
1. Sri Sri Sri Tiruchi Mahaswamigal Attains Mahasamadhi
BANGALORE, INDIA, January 14, 2005: Kailasa Ashrama has announced that
Mahasamadhi at 1:30 pm Indian time, January 14, 2005. His Holiness
The respected swami traveled widely, and in 1990 visited Kauai's Hindu
Maha Samasthanam, built in 1960. In 1978 the Sri Rajarajeshwari temple
and benefactor for all mankind." Born in 1929, young Palaniswami was
15 by 35 feet, he has met people from all walks of life. He dislikes
developed a 1,000-child school and a charitable hospital.
Swami Suddhananda
Swami had his tutelage in the study of scriptures under Swami Chinmayananda and Swami Dayananda. From 1984 onwards, Swamiji has been conducting classes and giving lectures to people from all walks of life so that they can discover the wisdom of the ancients in themselves. He also addresses specific groups such as students in several universities, management executives in different establishments and other professionals, in addition to the general public.
Erin Pavlina
[The People Behind the Businesses|http://www.vegfamily.com/blog/index.php?p=11] : ...I’ve been running a vegan business for over 5 years and I’ve met some truly wonderful people in this industry. I wonder how many of you know how dedicated and caring some of these people are...
Anuradha Choudry
[http://photos12.flickr.com/17784494_04898057e0_o.jpg]
Anuradha, a former student of the Sri Aurobindo International Centre of Education, Pondicherry, has been closely associated with Sanskrit for the past 20 years. After graduating from the Ashram School in 1998, she pursued her passion for Sanskrit through her Masters and her M.Phil degrees. During her Post Graduation, she joined a voluntary organization called [Samskrita Bharati], a world-wide movement dedicated to promoting Sanskrit as a living language, and was trained in a special methodology of Teaching called “Edutainment”, a combination of Education and Entertainment.
· Samskrita Bharati, as a teacher for several 10 day Spoken Sanskrit Courses in India, including IIT, Kharagpur (a leading Technical Institute); as a teacher for training candidates to conduct Spoken Sanskrit Workshops.
Plantar Fasciitis
[American Family Physician: Treatment of Plantar Fasciitis|http://www.aafp.org/afp/20010201/467.html]
Ho Wai Piew
http://www.triathlonsingapore.org/ : ..Triathlon Association of Singapore (TAS) deeply regrets the tragic death of Mr Ho Wai Piew who it is understood suffered a heart attack during the swim leg of the New Balance Corporate Triathlon. Our deepest condolences are extended to Mr.Ho's wife and his two children, a son aged 10 and a daughter aged 8...
http://www.channelnewsasia.com/stories/singaporelocalnews/view/174905/1/.html
http://newpaper.asia1.com.sg/news/story/0,4136,96455,00.html
Tonino Lamborghini srl
Via Funo, 41
Nanganallur
Ganapathy Book Centre - Pooja World - Deals with: Pooja Books, Cassettes, CDs, VCDs and Pooja Articles - No. 19, 7th Street, Ram Nagar, Nanganallur, Chennai 61 (Near 32 feet Anjaneyar Temple)
iPhone
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# Wired.com Readers’ Favorite iPhone Apps of 2009 - http://www.wired.com/gadgetlab/2009/12/readers-best-iphone-apps/
# Wired’s 20 Favorite iPhone Apps of 2009 - http://www.wired.com/gadgetlab/2009/12/wired-favorite-iphone-apps/all/1
# 2009 dec 28 mon - The Best iPhone Apps Of 2009 (Appvee Edition) - http://www.techcrunch.com/2009/12/27/best-iphone-apps-2009-appvee
# 2009 dec 27 sun - http://toucharcade.com/2009/12/25/best-ipod-touch-and-iphone-games-2009-buyers-guide/
!Etc1
# http://www.148apps.com/
* 2009 oct 11 sun - http://blog.mirthlab.com/2009/10/07/moving-things-around-how-to-efficiently-organize-iphone-apps/
* 2009 oct 11 sun - http://speirs.org/blog/2009/7/8/on-my-iphone.html
http://cs193p.stanford.edu - iPhone Application Programming by Stanford
20090614
[Etc] > 20090614
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Index200909
Brave Buffalo, Brule Sioux Nation (1985) : ...The Earth People (indigenous natives) never wrote anything down, had no written language. They knew that if they wrote anything down it would be disastrous. If you write something down you don't have to remember it. And mind goes off into unconsciousness. It becomes negative, or unconscious force...
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[2005|http://www.carnatic.com/karmasaya/index.php?category=2005], [2004|http://www.carnatic.com/karmasaya/index.php?category=2004], [2003|http://www.carnatic.com/karmasaya/index.php?category=2003], [2002|http://www.carnatic.com/karmasaya/index.php?category=2002], [2001|http://www.carnatic.com/karmasaya/index.php?category=2001], [2000|http://www.carnatic.com/karmasaya/index.php?category=2000]
* [iMac], [Presario 701EA]
Previous : [Index200301]
Farming
* The 50 best things to eat in the world, and where to eat them - http://www.guardian.co.uk/lifeandstyle/2009/sep/13/best-foods-in-the-world - 17. Best place to drink: Tomato juice - Happy Girl Kitchen, California
Farm from the Madding Crowd - http://sewcot854.blogspot.com/ : ..Originally from the UK, I came to Japan almost 10 years ago as a teacher for a large eikaiwa (English language conversation school). I now run my own small school and work with my wife and her family on their vegetable farm. I still haven't returned to the UK (not even for a holiday) and probably never will. Oh well, it's as good a place as any to live and die. And there's lots of rice..
2009-09-21
[Days] > 2009-09-21
It all started with http://www.guardian.co.uk/lifeandstyle/2009/sep/13/best-foods-in-the-world a few days ago
Peter Seibel
|<a href="http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/1430219483/carnaticcom"><img src="http://images.amazon.com/images/P/1430219483.01.TZZZZZZZ.jpg" border="0" alt="Coders at work" hspace="3" vspace="3"/></a>
Candida
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Backup
* http://blog.backblaze.com/2009/09/01/petabytes-on-a-budget-how-to-build-cheap-cloud-storage/
Habit
31 Simple Family Pleasures and Why They’re All That Matter - http://www.zenfamilyhabits.net/2009/10/31-simple-family-pleasures-and-why-theyre-all-that-matter/
Japan
http://www.kalzumeus.com/2011/03/13/some-perspective-on-the-japan-earthquake/
http://edition.cnn.com/2011/OPINION/03/14/tanimoto.trust.japan.quake/index.html
Gout
http://www.fourhourworkweek.com/blog/2009/10/05/gout/
Communication
Google Wave And The Dawn Of Passive-Aggressive Communication http://www.techcrunch.com/2009/10/12/google-wave-and-the-dawn-of-passive-aggressive-communication/
Intrapreneur
http://stevetodd.typepad.com/my_weblog/2009/10/innovation-2009.html
Empathy
http://sethgodin.typepad.com/seths_blog/2009/10/empathy.html
Passion
http://zenhabits.net/2009/11/the-short-but-powerful-guide-to-finding-your-passion/
Android
http://adamsdayoff.tumblr.com/post/661892488/droidscreenshot
http://www.red-sweater.com/blog/1292/pain-is-a-gift
http://lifehacker.com/5481607/top-10-android-apps
Rutger Kortenhorst
You may well say: ‘Fine, but so why should my son or daughter have yet another subject and another script to learn in their already busy school-day?’ In what way will he or she benefit from the study of Sanskrit in 2010 in the Western world?
Vivekananda, a great spiritual leader from India revered by all in the World Religious Conference of 1880 said:
Now, let me explain for a few minutes, HOW Sanskrit is taught. To my surprise it is not taught well in most places in India. Pupils have to learn it from when they are around age 9 to 11 and then they give it up, because it is taught so badly! Only a few die-hards stick with it, in time teaching the same old endings endlessly to the next generation. This is partly due to India having adopted a craving to copy the West and their tradition having been systematically rooted out by colonialism.
1. Language learning is not for academics as everyone learns to speak a language from an early age before they can read and write and know what an academic is. So why insist in teaching Sanskrit academically?
4. Understanding works better than memorisation in this Age. Learning by heart should only take up 10 % of the mental work, rather than the 90 % rote learning in Sanskrit up to the recent present.
We have started on this course since September and it has certainly put a smile on our pupils’ faces, which makes a pleasant change. I now feel totally confident that we are providing your children with a thorough, structured and enjoyable course. Our students should be well prepared for the International Sanskrit Cambridge exam by the time they finish –age 14/15- at the end of second year. We will also teach them some of the timeless wisdom enshrined in various verses. At present we are teaching them:
Pirate
http://techcrunch.com/2010/10/31/are-you-a-pirate/
20101225
[Days] > 20101225
20101226
[Days] > 20101226
Accounting
http://martin.kleppmann.com/2011/03/07/accounting-for-computer-scientists.html
Diwali
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2011
[Etc] > 2011
Get Better - http://swanson.github.com/blog/2011/10/24/get-better.html
Eulogy
http://www.nytimes.com/2011/10/30/opinion/mona-simpsons-eulogy-for-steve-jobs.html?_r=1&pagewanted=all
Ruby
The Ruby Reading List - http://www.informit.com/articles/article.aspx?p=1759889
Phone
http://techcrunch.com/2011/11/07/republic-wireless-officially-unveils-19month-service-unlimited-everything-no-contracts/
Sonnet
http://www.edmundjorgensen.com/2011/11/09/sonnet-for-dennis-ritchie.html
Company
http://gigaom.com/2011/11/11/whatsapp-bucks-convention-quietly-builds-a-messaging-titan/
Sadhguru
http://www.tehelka.com/story_main50.asp?filename=hub060811You_me.asp
Clarity
http://www.raptitude.com/2011/11/why-do-you-do-what-you-dont-love/
2011-11-14
[Days] > 2011-11-14
2011-11-15
[Days] > 2011-11-15
2011-11-17
[Days] > 2011-11-17
Roger Craig http://thenextweb.com/shareables/2011/11/16/mind-blown-this-guy-broke-jeopardys-all-time-record-with-an-app/
2011-11-18
[Days] > 2011-11-18
Software Developer - http://www.technologywoman.com/2011/11/18/hey-hipster-ninja-isnt-cool-what-developers-really-want-to-be-called-is/
http://metacircus.com/writings/2011/09/19/from-the-office-to-travelling-the-world.html
2011-11-19
[Days] > 2011-11-19
http://www.fxitech.com/2011/11/start-spreading-the-news/ reg Cotton Candy
http://www.freakonomics.com/2011/11/17/want-smarter-kids-space-them-at-least-two-years-apart/
2011-11-20
[Days] > 2011-11-20
http://englishrussia.com/2011/11/18/declassified-bunker-of-the-ussr/
2011-11-21
[Days] > 2011-11-21
http://thenextweb.com/shareables/2011/11/20/watch-steve-jobs-brainstorm-with-the-next-team-in-this-fascinating-video/
http://htop.sourceforge.net/index.php?page=screenshots ... htop running on a machine with 128 cores and 1TB of RAM
http://technologizer.com/2011/11/19/inside-facebooks-amazing-oregon-data-center/
http://www.walltowatch.com/view/1251 - Vermeer
Houston
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Williams Tower Water Wall - 3-acre urban greenspace is lined with trees, walkways, and benches, and is anchored by a two-sided, 64-foot-high, concave wall of cascading water. The splash at the bottom of the fountain creates a thunderous roar, and the visual effect of 11,000 gallons per minute spilling down is mesmerizing.
http://www.thelifton19th.com/ - The Lift is a small bookstore, gift shop, and jewelry boutique on historic West 19th Street in the Heights area of Houston. I hope its new bestselling books at a discount, Waxing Poetic jewelry, whimsical gifts, and other good things will give you a lift. So come on in, relax, and browse a bit. -- Rhonda Rhodes - Owner and shopkeeper
Field of Green's Healthy Cuisine, 2320 W. Alabama St. Tel 713 533 0029 - http://www.fieldofgreenscuisine.com
2011-11-22
[Days] > 2011-11-22
http://blogof.francescomugnai.com/2011/11/the-30-best-business-cards-of-2011/
http://goatcurious.com/post/13134897540/serious-ly
http://econlog.econlib.org/archives/2011/11/how_elite_firms.html
2011-11-23
[Days] > 2011-11-23
The Fine Line Between Understanding and Expertise - http://blog.wk.com/2011/10/21/why-we-are-not-hiring-creative-technologists/
http://altdevblogaday.com/2011/11/22/parallel-implementations/
2011-11-24
[Days] > 2011-11-24
http://coding.smashingmagazine.com/2011/11/21/create-web-animations-with-paperjs/
I feel like I’m living the first line of my obituary. - https://wikimediafoundation.org/w/index.php?title=L11_1123_combo10B_PFP/en/US
2011-11-25
[Days] > 2011-11-25
http://www.inc.com/magazine/20110301/making-money-small-business-advice-from-jason-fried_Printer_Friendly.html
2011-12-02
[Days] > 2011-12-02
child
how to bring up a child is a very good compilation of Aurobindo and Mother's statements - see http://auromere.wordpress.com/2011/08/05/how-to-bring-up-a-child/ ... entire book is available online
facebook
http://blogs.hbr.org/cs/2011/12/facebook_is_making_us_miserabl.html
2012-01-11
[Days] > 2012-01-11
2012-01-16
[Etc] > 2012-01-16
2012-02-20
[Days] > 2012-02-20
LAX
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Brandon's Village - The 7 acre Gates Canyon Park in Calabasas was acquired in 1993 and includes picnic areas with barbeques, fitness course, children's play area, basketball court, tennis courts, and open grass area. The park is north of the 101 freeway and east of Las Virgenes, about 12 miles from Thousand Oaks city central --- A kid to his grandma : "Gentle Wafting Breeze" ( july 2012 )
Jac Fourie
http://www.linkedin.com/pub/jac-fourie/1/2a1/a91
20130120
[Days] > 20130120
1. http://scottberkun.com/2012/the-three-piles-of-life/
3. http://vimeo.com/18996295
"Vitsoe is famous for its 606 Universal Shelving system which was designed by the pioneering industrial designer Deiter Rams in 1960"
5. https://www.vitsoe.com/files/assets/1000/17/VITSOE_Dieter_Rams_speech.pdf
20130207
[Days] > 20130207
20130315
[Days] > 20130315
# School holidays in Singapore during 2013 March 18 to 22
* 15-fri - night SIN to CDG
* 16-sat - CDG to STR by train via SXB
** was https://www.lange-nacht.de/ on 16th night
** Hotel 1 - http://www.motel-one.com/ Stuttgart Hauptbahnhof
* 17-sun
** http://www.sixt.de X1
* 18-mon
** http://www.bls.ch/ - The car train will take you from Kandersteg and Goppenstein to the other side of the Lötschberg in only 15 minutes – the shortest way from the Bernese Oberland to the Valais and vice versa.
* 19-tue
* 21-thu - CDG to SIN
20130402
[Days] > 20130402
19960923
[Days] > 19960923
19960708
[Day] > 19960708 to 15th July
San Francisco Marriott, 55 Fourth Street, SFO, CA 94103
(415) 896 1600 Fax 777-2799
Room 5141
Bangkok
Day 1 Singapore to Bangkok
Day 1
20070115
[Day] > 20070115
Coimbatore
A. Abu - Classic Cabs - 93445 57700 , 99445 53919 - No. 176, R.M.V. Tower, ( Near Hotel Classic ), South Ukkadam, Coimbatore 641 001.
19970525
[Travel] > 19970525
19970330
[Etc] > 19970330
20000219
[Travel] > 20000219
19990328
[Travel] > 19990328
Sovereign Hill Gold Museum 10am till 5pm daily - AUD 17
19970714
[Travel] > 19970714
BMW museum Petuelring 130 80788 Muenchen - am Olympiapark
19990320
[Travel] > 19990320
20130727
[Days] > 20130727
I was reading the Bhagavad Purana, and in the 12th Chapter (Skandha) is the following description of Kaliyug (in which we are living) which I thought had a striking resemblance to the prevailing conditions in India:
20130713
[Days] > 20130713
20000210
[Days] > 20000210
Am Bahnhof 21
20020514
[Days] > 20020514
Phone +41 41 854 33 33 - Fax +41 41 854 33 34
20021103
[Days] > 20021103
10 Rue Gager-Gabillot 75015 Paris, France
20130708
[Days] > 20130708
Golden Shoe Mart - No. 1, Luz Church Road, ( 278, R.K. Mutt Road ), Luz Corner, Mylapore, Chennai 600 004
20131103
[Saint] > 20131103
20140119
[Days] > 20140119
Prisoners
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Prisoners_(2013_film)
Bayer
http://voices.yahoo.com/bayer-ceo-says-his-companys-drug-isnt-poor-people-12533416.html
Intern
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt2361509/
The Age of Adaline
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1655441/
2016
[Years] > 2016
Years
[2016]
Alan Watts
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2016-02-13
[Days] > 2016-02-13
http://blog.cardiogr.am/2016/02/12/do-you-really-need-10000-steps-a-day-2/
inemuri
[2017] > inemuri
http://www.bbc.com/future/story/20160506-the-japanese-art-of-not-sleeping
2017
[Etc] > 2017
blog
[20170129]
20170129
[20170128] > 20170129 > [20170130]
https://techcrunch.com/2017/01/28/delete-your-account/ by [John Biggs]
20170226
[Days] > 20170226
From The Best Spiritual Writing 2013 by Philip Zaleski
source : The Best Spiritual Writing 2013 by Philip Zaleski
StephenProthero
From his Introduction to the Best Spiritual Writing 2013 by Philip Zaleski
Montaigne
From Algis Valiunas "The Sanest Man Ever" ( The Best Spiritual Writing 2013 by Philip Zaleski )
BernardRoth
1. nothing is what you think it is
10. make achievement your habit

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