watch superbowl 09 free online live
February 1, 2009, 8:32 pm
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An old track to connect the next two posts.
November 26, 2008, 7:53 am
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The next two posts are about 2 really good bands and their consumer engagement programs on their websites. Here’s a song where both of them have worked together.

Google Earth + Chemical Brothers
November 24, 2008, 7:37 am
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Tapping into a network of chemical – loving midnight marauders all over the world.

Check out Midnight Madness on their website.

trippy indian accent and a golden ticket.
November 24, 2008, 4:57 am
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watch in the voiceover as the indian girl speaks in her thick accent.

buy flaming lips stuff and win a golden ticket.

The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) spent just over Rs 380 crore (about half the price of a Jumbo Jet) on Chandrayaan-1, with 1,000 scientists toiling over it for three years. A similar effort by NASA or any other space agency would have cost at least five times more. In real terms, Chandrayaan-1 cost only about 4% of Isro’s budget over three years. How did Isro do it? “Optimisation,” says its chairman G Madhavan Nair, in an exclusive interview to STOI. “There are some tests the Americans would have done six times and we did only thrice. We scrutinise every parameter and optimised the tests. Yes, you may call it a calculated risk, but, touch wood, we have been successful with this approach so far.’
October 26, 2008, 2:32 am
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This cartoon is serious. My family has one that's as old, and intends to keep it going.

This cartoon is serious. My family has one that

Indians are known to be cheap travelers. Last year they made the cheapest commercially produced car in the world in the from of the Tata Nano. Now its the cheapest moon probe. Indians have always had a love of the economy class.

Do you speakuh in Indian? [Urban Dictionary does]
October 22, 2008, 5:00 am
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Have you ever been asked the “So, how do you say hello in Indian?” question, and instead of being considerate and saying “Namaste”, you decided to play the ‘you ignoramus’ tone of voice and said “there is no language called Indian”.

Following are some other words that are universal in India and can be called Indian.

Here and Here.

I didn’t know urban dictionary had them.  I’m sure if you’re Indian, you’ve used them often enough. If not, I’m pretty sure if you do come down to India, you will..:)

October 21, 2008, 1:36 am
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