Saturday, November 26, 2005 links... to education, FLOSS, etc is a useful, social-software tool for sharing your bookmarks. (For more about social software, check this interesting Social Software Blog. Wikipedia says:
Social software enables people to rendezvous, connect or collaborate through computer-mediated communication and to form online communities. Broadly conceived, this term could encompass older media such as mailing lists and Usenet, but some would restrict its meaning to more recent software genres such as blogs and wikis. Others suggest that the term social software is best used not to refer to a single type of software, but rather to the use of two or more modes of computer-mediated communication to engage in community formation.[1] In this view, people form online communities by combining one-to-one (e.g., email and instant messaging), one-to-many (Web pages and blogs), and many-to-many (wikis) communication modes.[2] In many online communities, real life meetings become part of the communication repertoire. The more specific term collaborative software applies to cooperative work systems.
Also see my links here. In particular, please do take a look at the Free/Libre and Open Source Software links in education and others related to FLOSS.

Laws... via the National Law School (India)

Fascinating collection of Indian laws (and "bare acts") from the National Law School here. Via a wiki:
We intend putting up texts of as many legislations and bills as we find. This page is under construction, so please keep checking back if you can't find the text of the Act you're looking for.