Saturday, January 17, 2009

Links ...


  1. Churumuri posts a picture of a great Amul ad on the Satyam fraud: "it takes a slice of good butter to tell it like it is"

  2. From Hyderabad to Harvard: An excellent profile of Harvard social psychologist Mahzarin R. Banaji by Weiqi Zhang in The Harvard Crimson

  3. James Fallows: In case you were wondering, about that airplane in the Hudson (Update: Here's a follow-up); see also Survival Lessons from a Sinking Plane.

  4. Cory Doctorow: Writing in the age of distraction

4 Comments:

  1. Yayaver said...

    nice and informative links

  2. Pipa said...

    Loved the banaji profile.

  3. Anonymous said...

    reg. the sinking of plane in hudson river..here is a trivia - it occurred on the day bush was supposed to give his farewell speech and a day before mushraff's stanford speech. incidentally both being the main characters in an eventful decade surrounding 9/11; continuing on a long list of coincidencal events wrt Pak/US affairs if you catalogue the timeline of 9/11 tragedy.
    More here from the same author

  4. Vivek Malewar said...

    The full list of Amul ads is here - http://www.amul.com/hits.html
    Open it when you're free. It'll take the whole day :)