• Coyotes in the fortress. Ay!

    A vivid narrative that intertwines personal experiences, historical reflections, and musings on technology's impact on society. This piece delves into the author's encounters with coyotes, reflections on memorialization, and the complex history of a region, offering a unique perspective on the intersection of culture, accessibility, and the evolving landscape of the digital age.

  • Suno Suno / Heeli Keeli

    The transformative journey of Janastu and Servelots in collaboration with Digital Alternatives (DA) and Medha as they delve into the heart of Mirzapur, Uttar Pradesh, working to empower rural women, students, and young individuals in traditional labor and skill contexts. These are narratives of resilience and creativity as the team introduces innovative technology solutions, including Raspberry Pi-based recording devices, to amplify the voices and aspirations of the community, fostering a vibrant ecosystem of skill development and entrepreneurial opportunities.

  • Chronicle of AnthillHacks’19 The vibrant tapestry of AnthillHacks '19 through this immersive recap, where participants from diverse backgrounds converged atop Devarayanadurga for two weeks of collaborative learning, artistic expression, and community building. From engaging workshops on organic colors to discussions on data privacy and community radio initiatives, AnthillHacks '19 encapsulated the spirit of inclusivity, fostering connections among artists, hackers, technophiles, scientists, and environmentalists in a unique blend of nature and knowledge-sharing.

  • More here:

  • T. B. Dinesh and Venkatesh Choppella. Alipi: Tools for a re-narration web. In Proceedings of the International Cross-Disciplinary Conference on Web Accessibility, W4A '12, pages 29:1--29:2, New York, NY, USA, 2012. ACM. Microsoft Accessibility Challenge: Delegates award.

  • IBM regional conference in Bangalore attendees recognition of rennaration tools

  • Invited Expert Member of W3C Web Annotation Working Group

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