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1) crazyegg is super o super: it’s all done with Rails. WOW

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2) The Carbonite Solution to Online Backups: Boston based Carbonite is the closest to perfection we’ve seen so far. It requires a simple installation, and users choose to back up their entire hard drive or just parts of it. Carbonite then begins the backup process, uploading 2 GB per day over broadband until finished. Files are encrypted, and there is no limit on total storage.

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3) T.E.D.D.Y. - 2D to 3D Interface : T.E.D.D.Y. is an innovative “Java-Applet Drawing Program that takes the 2D images you draw and renders them in 3D

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4) MOFGA - the MOF&G:2001 - Dr. Vandana Shiva: When Dr. Vandana Shiva attended the Maine Organic Farmers and Gardeners Association and the Common Ground Country Fair in September, she brought with her a stirring message. Honored as an international leader in her promotion of organic farming, she flew from her home in Doon Valley, India, on a flight after the terrorist attacks. With courage and fortitude, she has advocated organic methods of farming as the core and essence of a peaceful society. When plants are able to grow by natural means in rich soil untouched by the violence of chemicals, the result is peaceful farmers and families. Dr. Vandana herself has seen the results of chemically ravaged land farmed by huge corporations in the Punjab. Local farmers, unable to make a living for their families, have lost their dignity and respect. After praising the MOFGA for their work in endorsing organic farming, Dr. Vandana drew parallels in this area with her own organic farm in the foothills of the Himalayas

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5) India may dominate global economy, says Marc Faber (The Financial Express: Investor): India and the other emerging markets have a bright future and may eventually dominate the global economy, if Dr Marc Faber is to be believed. The Hong Kong-based investment advisor has predicted the rise of emerging economies vis-a-vis the US. He also hinted that the next boom may not be lead by the much hyped technology sector

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6) BBC News | SOUTH ASIA | Top award for Indian film singer: "If your thoughts remain simple, your face remains young, and your voice, youthful." - WOW

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7) Work Together, Stay in Place: Learn how some smart organizations and quick learners are working virtually, efficiently, and seamlessly around the globe today

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8) soilandhealth.org : Links Welcome Page: Type the description here.

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9) Brave The Storm: I've Learned That you cannot make someone love you. All you can do
is be someone who can be loved. The rest is up to them. .

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10) Wired 8.04: Why the future doesn\'t need us.: Our most powerful 21st-century technologies - robotics, genetic engineering, and nanotech - are threatening to make humans an endangered species.

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11) New Scientist : Interview with Stephen Wolfram: Meet the people shaping the future of science

Principia Mathematica III

He was a child prodigy, publishing his first paper at 15. Now Stephen Wolfram says he has created a new kind of science based on simple computer programs rather than equations. It's a bold claim, but it has taken him 20 years--ten of them thinking and working late into the night, and publishing nothing. By a nice irony, that intellectual space was bought by the millions he made out of Mathematica, a computer program that makes complicated mathematics doable for ordinary mortals. Now, at 41, he's busy gearing himself up for the glare of publicity as he prepares to publish the fruit of all those years. Marcus Chown caught up with Wolfram--at 3 am


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12) Women and Men: (And I don’t have any issues relating to women. My closest friends are women. And given the choice, I much prefer the company of women to men. They usually have a better sense of humour and are much more fun to hang around with.)

My doing the ZopeNewbies site got me an invitation to speak at Comdex Canada, one thing led to another, and I got a promotion at work.

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13) theyrule0001: They make decisions that affect our lives

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14) Log on to Premji\'s 10-point success mantra: WIPRO chairman Azim H Premji, one of India's most successful entrepreneurs, on Friday prescribed a 10-point recipe for success, based on the lessons he had learnt during his last 35 years in the organisation.

  1. You should dare to dream,
  2. define what you stand for,
  3. never lose your zest and curiosity,
  4. always strive for excellence,
  5. build selfconfidence,
  6. learn to work in teams,
  7. take care of yourself,
  8. preserve,
  9. have a broader social vision and
  10. finally never let success go to your head
Premji said.

"What saddens me most is to see young, bright people getting disillusioned by a few initial setbacks and slowly turning cynical and some of them want to migrate to America in the hope this is the solution," he said adding, it required courage to keep dreaming.

Stressing on the importance of "dreams", Premji said they were most needed not when everything was going right, but when everything was going wrong.

"Being the best in the country is not enough: one has to be the best in the world," he said, adding that excellence was a moving target and one had to constantly raise the bar.

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15) Feelings of inspiration and envy going hand in hand (Moosetastic!) (Loud Thinking): Impressive people have a tendency to invoke feelings of inspiration and envy at the same time. This twosome of feelings usually comes by knocking on my brain whenever I read the products of clear and clever thinking. When I wish I had those great thoughts and were able to articulate them just as well.

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16) DaveNet : Welcome Back Jean-Louis: He ain't no Dog Watching TV. When he barks, it's because there's something to bark about. He gets it. He knows his ass depends on engineers to make it all work. So he develops a trusting relationship with developers.

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17) Observing Without the \"Me\", Krishnamurti, Brockwood Park, 9/5/70: It is always difficult to keep simple and clear. The world worships success, the bigger the better; the greater the audience the greater the speaker; the colossal super buildings, cars, aeroplanes and people. Simplicity is lost. The successful people are not the ones who are building a new world. To be a real revolutionary requires a complete change of heart and mind, and how few want to free themselves. One cuts the surface roots; but to cut the deep feeding roots of mediocrity, success, needs something more than words, methods, compulsions. There seem to be few, but they are the real builders--the rest labor in vain.


One is everlastingly comparing oneself with another, with what one is, with what one should be, with someone who is more fortunate. This comparison really kills. Comparison is degrading, it perverts one's outlook. And on comparison one is brought up. All our education is based on it and so is our culture. So there is everlasting struggle to be something other than what one is. The understanding of what one is uncovers creativeness, but comparison breeds competitiveness, ruthlessness, ambition, which we think brings about progress. Progress has only led so far to more ruthless wars and misery than the world has ever known. To bring up children without comparison is true education.

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18) HealthWorld Online - Detoxification Programs - General Detoxification and Cleansing: Type the description here.

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19) Alan Cox : The Diary:

>Respected British Scientist Resigns from US-Based 
Conference-Planning 
>Committee
>
>   Citing Fear of Prosecution under DMCA
>
>    UK scientist & programmer Alan Cox, a key member of the USENIX 
Annual
>    Linux Showcase (ALS) planning committee, has resigned in the wake 
of
>    the arrest of DEFCON presenter Dmitry Sklyarov and legal threats
>    against USENIX presenter Prof. Edward Felten & colleagues, under 
the
>    questionably-constitutional US "Digital Millennium Copyright Act"
>    (DMCA). Cox sent USENIX the following open letter of resignation:
>
>      I hereby tender my resignation to the USENIX ALS committee.
>
>      With the arrest of Dimitry Sklyarov it has become apparent that 
it
>      is not safe for non-US software engineers to visit the United
>      States. While he was undoubtedly chosen for political reasons as 
a
>      Russian it is a good example for the US public that the risk
>      extends arbitarily further.
>
>      USENIX by its choice of a US location is encouraging other
>      programmers, many from Eastern European states hated by the US
>      government, to take the same risks. That is something I cannot
>      morally be part of. Who will be the next conference speaker 
slammed
>      into a US jail for years for committing no crime? Are USENIX
>      prepared to take the chance it will be their speakers?
>
>      Until the DMCA mess is resolved I would urge all non-US citizens 
to
>      boycott conferences in the USA and all US conference bodies to 
hold
>      their conferences elsehere.
>
>      I appreciate that this problem is not of USENIX making, but it 
must
>      be addressed.
>
>      Alan Cox
>
>    Similar resignations of non-US members of US conference- and other
>    event-planning bodies are increasing, with many more expected. It 
is
>    thus crystal clear that the DMCA is having one of the most 
palpable
>    "chilling effects" in American history on perfectly legal 
expression.
>    EFF remains very concerned about such "secondary effects" of this
>    legislation, and is committed to seeing it undone.
>
>    [Sources: Linux World News & NewsForge


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20) At Big Tech Firms, Elite Cadre Drives Innovation - BizReport.com: ...Many are bestowed with titles such as "fellow" or "distinguished engineer." They tend to parachute in on a project, make suggestions and criticisms, then move on to the next project. Even high-level managers are said to shudder at their arrival at meetings. Not uncommonly, a single look, a single word from any one of them can mean a doubling of funding — or the death of the project. ...

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21) Royal Carpet: karnATik Carnatic Music: lyrics to more than 800 songs and much more... *****

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22) A List of Krithis of Muthuswami Dikshitar: A LIST OF KRITHIS OF MUTHUSWAMI DIKSHITAR (Prepared by Dr. P. P. Narayanaswami) (A total of 487 Krithis are listed here)

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23) Osho : Only a Ripe Fruit Falls: "One of the greatest problems...it will appear very paradoxical, but this is true: before you can lose your ego, you must attain it. Only a ripe fruit falls to the ground."

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24) Welcome to the Ventura River and Ojai Valley Community: One Man\'s Retreat from the City to the Country: .....I have obviously thought all this out, in the hopes that one can improve one's circumstances through patient planning. Not five years ago I was an overwhelmed beginning teaching in the ghetto and could hardly have been more miserable. If I currently enjoy a modicum of happiness, I flatter myself in believing I have earned it. Why not be happy? Like Horace in his Epistles I hope to "walk in silence through the healthy woods, pondering questions worthy of the good and wise." (Tacitum sylvas inter reptare salubres, / Curantem quidquid dignum sapiente bonoque est.) I look to live in Ojai not as a hermit yet with detachment, in a spiritual withdrawal where I can more easily adjust where the outside world ends and my interior life and ease of mind begins.....

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25) Life's mysteries : an introduction to the teachings of Osho: ...

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26) Think on these Things ( by J Krishnamurti ): i should write a summary

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