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The woman who nearly died making your iPad #mustread

| Aditya Chakrabortty Tian Yu worked more than 12 hours a day, six days a week. She had to skip meals to do overtime. Then she threw herself from a fourth-floor window Aditya ChakraborttyMonday 5 August 2013, The Guardian Tian Yu… Continue Reading →

The Mommy Market #Sundayreading

By Nidhi Dugar Kundalia  Kindle Magazine This is Pooja Bhandari*. And every morning, even before I edge out from under my ostrich feather comforter, I grab my iPad and start to Mommy Blog. I always begin by composing a prayer… Continue Reading →

Tulika offers books for children in Braille #DISABILITY

Books in Braille Some of Tulika’s books are available in Braille. They have been adapted by Third Eye and are available through their website www.third-eye.org. You can find out more about the books listed below through the book search option… Continue Reading →

Cyber-Safety Savants Say Less is Best Online

By Mitzi Perdue WeNews correspondent Wednesday, May 16, 2012 Cybercriminals may be “spear phishing” your Facebook or Twitter account. A gorgeous PowerPoint attachment may harbor a malicious program. Women are more vulnerable to online security breaches, so here are a… Continue Reading →

iEmpire: Apple’s Sordid Business Practices Are Even Worse Than You Think

New research goes beyond the New York Times to show just how disturbing labor conditions at Foxconn, the “Chinese hell factory,” really are. February 7, 2012 | Behind the sleek face of the iPad is an ugly backstory that has… Continue Reading →

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