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The Playcast: Launches through telepresence, games that are not quite games and more tweeple

The Playcast: Launches through telepresence, games that are not quite games and more tweeple
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First Published: Fri, Nov 27 2009. 11 18 AM IST
Updated: Fri, Nov 27 2009. 11 18 AM IST
Hello and welcome to this weeks edition of the playcast with our resident geeks Sidin Vadukut and Krish Raghav. This week we have an interview with Anurima Roy of Hatchette India, Krish Raghav tells us about a new office distraction that is “not quite a game” and Sidin reccomends three more “follow worthy” tweeple on Twitter.
First up, Sidin Vadukut and Anurima Roy discuss the virtual international launch of “Boot strapping” by author Sramana Mitra. The launch which was conducted via Cisco’s telepresence was held in five Indian cities and one American city at the same time. Anurima and Sidin talk about the experience of using the software, what it entailed and what it might mean for book launches in the future.
Next Krish Raghav talks about “a game thats not quite a game” but “an Interactive experience”.
And Sidin reccomends three more ‘tweeple’ for all you microbloggers to follow.
Join us again next week!
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First Published: Fri, Nov 27 2009. 11 18 AM IST
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