Turning The Page…


[A column about the printed word * Gomantak Times, July 23, 2007] In mid-July, one ran into Ingrid Valles Po of Parra. She’s part of one of the alumni networks (St Mary’s) at Mapusa. Currently, Ingrid is the Assignments Editor at Motivate Publishing in Dubai. Check it out via the web at motivate.ae. Ingrid has an interesting story to narrate about her workplace. This firm, set up in the late 1970s, by a Brit in the Gulf, and has since grown into an ambitious venture employing 250+ persons. She explained about the large number of magazines the firm brought out … Continue reading Turning The Page…

Museolog’ is a web-driven software system for cataloging museum information


‘Museolog’ is a web-driven software system for cataloging museum information. It is an advanced tool for museum records management, based on the international standards. It was developed by EUROCLID within UNESCO HeritageNet project, and localised by the non-governmental organisations Open Systems. Using this software, initial functions of input and editing of museum catalogues are provided what has been described as “a modern intuitive graphical interface using forms and menus.” Contents [hide] 1 Managing museum objects 2 Searching the museum 3 More functions 4 Versions available 5 External links // [edit] Managing museum objects Museolog allows creating a record across several … Continue reading Museolog’ is a web-driven software system for cataloging museum information

Goa, 1556… a new experiment


Skip to navigation Skip to content Goa,1556: Publishing Goa… not by accident Search:  You are here: About Goa, 1556 Navigation 1: About Goa, 1556 2: First book: In Black and White…. 3: Goa Press Ebook 4: Goa, Top 10 (2007/7) 5: Domnic’s Goa 6: Those Good ‘Ol Days 7: Goan Voices-I 8: Goan Voices-II 9: Goa Sudharop women’s ebook 10: Goa Sudharop elders ebook 11: Goa books: Lulu.com 12: New books from Goa 13: GoaBooks2 blog 14: BOOKS@GOA-INDIA.ORG 15: CopyLefted photos:Goa 16: GoaWriters 17: GoaJourno 18: Goa journos: a listing 19: Pustac: Into Publishing 20: GU Library Network 21: Goa … Continue reading Goa, 1556… a new experiment

A page on Wendell Rodricks…


Wendell Rodricks is a prominent fashion designer based in the western Indian region of Goa. Wendell Rodricks is arguably Goa‘s most famous fashion designer and has also been listed among one of India‘s top ten designers. His work has involved a wide range of fashion — from lecturing on world costume history to fashion journalism and styling for international advertising campaigns. Contents [hide] 1 Firsts, in India 2 Resort-style 3 Study on Goan costume 4 Indian clothes, foreign influence 5 Indian colouring 6 External links // [edit] Firsts, in India In recent years, he has also joined campaigns and spoken … Continue reading A page on Wendell Rodricks…