day 82. from one bang to another, dinner tonight in bangalore

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"keep it light enough to travel. don't let it all unravel!!" - the be good tanyas

things you should note.

  • i got inked in the hindustan times! (noel is standing up and dancing the mashpotato!)
  • tonight, i'm going to dinner with bangalore bloggers! many thanks to Thej who's spearheaded this gastronomical adventure.
  • if you find yourself in bangalore, you MUST meet manju, his wife and their library. cradled down the street from a picturesque street lined with scooters and bicycles, this library (aka my couch) is a welcome retreat. once again it's humbling to find a large piece of humble pie.
  • when i was in delhi, abby (the microsoft kidnapper) interrogated me and in my belligerent state i answered them.
  • nora younis is keeping her twitter feed updated with news on the Egyptian textile workers strike. background, eight strikers were arrested for striking.
  • my thai drupal buddies have laid out an impressive set of travel plans. if you know thai, please translate them for me. :)
  • in the continuing world of home spun media - synchronis.tv is kicking out the jams with 35, a live sitcom in NYC. i've downloaded a few episodes and once again am amazed in the creative talent compressed within the confines of our networked boxes (ie computers!)
  • around american in 2.0 is a young man's journey across the USA. back in july, matt and i first met in brooklyn and we are now on the road thinking of linking our conversations. we've debate some type of dual and i can only think of gastronomical contests. how do you think we should link our projects? (leave a comment)
  • the internet is too slow for me to upload any new photos or videos. so it looks like you'll be stuck within the print! :P

wanted to drop in and thank you so much for your support! "35" is indeed an adventure- though perhaps not as adventurous as on the luck of seven!!! Thanks for watching... and best best best of luck to you!

all my best!
Kathryn

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on the luck of seven was an open-source, around the world project by noel hidalgo, a new york city based activist, organizer, barcamper and coworker.

for seven months, he traversed the globe. using a new media voodo (blog, vlog, wiki, flickr, couchsurfing, twitter, myspace, dopplr, and facebook), noneck harnessed the collective knowledge of the internet, and report on seven topics of freedom. this trip was funded by 253 people and supported, house, fed, and loved by countless others.

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