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1) Sri Ogirala Veera Raghava Sarma: web site gives life history of Sri Ogirala Veera Raghava Sarma, who composed 86 compositions in classical carnatic style and also the list of compositions.

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2) M.P. Periasamy Thooran:

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3) Carnatic Music Page of Deepa Srinivasan: She has performed in Bangalore, Cuddalore, Thanjavur, Karaikudi, Mallur and so on. She has peformed in different sabhas like Vidwath Samajam, YACM, Bharath Kalachar, Kapali Fine Arts, Mylapore Fine Arts, Rasika Ranjani Sabha, Naada Inbum in Madras; and in sabhas like Gayana Samaj, Indian Institute of World Culture, Yuvanika, Jayanagar Cultural Association in Bangalore. She has also performed in places like Austin, College Station, Houston and Dallas in the USA

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4) Medha Hari: If you try to find other professional Bharatanatyam dancers who by the age of ten had already received two excellent reviews in the Hindu, as well as many newspapers and magazines, you will certainly realize that the great critical acclaim and the affectionate reception by the spectators are well-deserved.

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5) Chembai Vaidyanatha Iyer: With a knowledge of the art deeply acquired and with a voice that earned Chembai Vaidyanatha Bagavathar the fame of bell metal voiced bhagavathar with its power and majesty yet sweet and melodious, he rose to supreme heights, taking vast audiences to rapturous delights in a span of about 70 years of performance expertise. A humble man, he attributed all his success to his favorite God - Guruvayurappan. His closed left fist gently swaying up and down, the joy of pure nada when he held on to single notes, his very own kathiri swaras, his stupendous stamina, his great sense of humour, his closed mouth singing of ragas, his abiding sympathy for his fellow accompanists as also his disciples endeared him to connoisseurs and critics alike

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6) Dave Winer:

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7) DeWitt Clinton » Blog Archive » More changes (good ones!):

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8) Janani Ganesh:

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9) Sahithya karta Ennappadam Venkatarama Baghavathar: Somebody claiming to be E.R.Rajagopalan (errgopal at yahoo.com) wrote (circa-2006-09-21-thu): I am the grandson of great Harikatha exponent and Sahithya karta Late Ennappadam Venkatarama Baghavathar. The speciality of his compositions is KRISHNATTOTHAREEYAM One hundred and eight kritis set to different Ragaas and different Taalas comprising one NAAMAM from Krish Ashtothram. So far no one has composed this kind of Kritis based on Krishna Ashtothram. The compositions are copyrighted to Kerala Nataka Sangeetha Acaademy who have broghtforth a book in Malayalam. In colleges in Kerala,for Music students one composition of Ennappadam Venkatarama Baghavathar is a must in curriculum.

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10) Radenko Fanuka: link received via mail. Health must daily enter through the kitchen doorstep.

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11) Who Is Jonathan Ive? - An in-depth look at the man behind Apple's design magic : .. The man who, after Jobs, is most responsible for Apple's amazing ability to dazzle and delight with its famous products, chose instead to talk about process -- what he called "the craft of design." He spoke passionately about his small team and how they work together..

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12) dr greene:

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13) Steve Pavlina: hero

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14) John Maeda: The Master of Simplicity: John Maeda is a graphic designer, visual artist, and computer scientist at the MIT Media Lab. He’s been dubbed “the Master of Simplicity,” is the author of a blog on simplicity, and also has a new book called The Laws of Simplicity. The book outlines ten laws of simplicity over 100 pages (a page count restraint Maeda imposed on himself).

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15) Sam Ruby: it's just data

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16) Tim Bray: ongoing fragmented essay by Tim Bray

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17) Guy Kawasaki: Blogger. n. Someone with nothing to say writing for someone with nothing to do.

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18) Mark Pilgrim: In stereo where available

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19) Steve Wozniak: Welcome to a free exchange of information, the way it always should be.

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