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Required Reading

anyone into IT who lives in a "developing" country like ours would do well to read this book which was finally launched last week at UP. it's written by our office's favorite non-profit ubergeek and NGO-technorati poster boy, obet verzola, a Pinoy tech pioneeer who assembled the first microcomputer in the philippines. among so many points of interest for me in this book are: the critique of intellectual property rights and monopoloistic information economies, patenting genomes, and how the US practiced piracy in the 19th century. highly recommended!

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Best described as a Murakami detox support group, we're all fans of the quirkily brilliant Japanese author, Haruki Murakami, and writing about such things as films we've seen recently and books we're reading (not to mention meandering musings on the man's work, of course) helps us to pass time while waiting for the next book from Haruki-baby.

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