There's a sense of privilege I feel at being part of How the Other Half Lives. Because I think of the others whose names you'll find there -- Uma, Anand, Vikrum and Shivam -- as unusually thoughtful people.
This blog is something we've been tossing around for a couple of months; Shivam was the kick-start that has got it off the ground and with the pile of work he has put in, I'm thrilled we've launched today. There are some kinks to iron out still, so bear with us while that happens.
But do visit, read, and definitely let us know what you think. We hope to give you plenty to think about.
On air right now, ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls, puddy-tats and tweetie-birds: How the Other Half Lives. Be there or be elsewhere.
January 30, 2006
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erm. the page isnt loading...
m: it's those kinks I mentioned! I checked, and it's up and running now. So keep trying...
The RSS feed link on that page seems to be broken...
Great link Dilip, loved Uma's writing every bit. Thanks.
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