Monthly Archives: January 2012

Agenda for ColourNext Dialogues 2012

As we mentioned in a post earlier this week, the Center for Knowledge Societies is collaborating with Asian Paints in organizing an event, ColourNext Dialogues 2012, a a first of its kind conclave on colour trends, forecasting and visual directions … Continue reading

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SOPA, PIPA, and the Crisis of Trust

Yesterday saw a ‘blackout’ of several popular websites, including Wikipedia and Reddit, whilst other popular websites like Google and Craigslist displayed messages on their homepages, protesting against two separate anti-censorship bills, the Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) and the Protect … Continue reading

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On the Design of Politics

So often the intellectual disciplines of politics and design are categorized separately, into the realist and the whimsical, assuming policy design and structuring institutions are the only semi-creative outlets for a political scientist. But even in its most artistic meaning, … Continue reading

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ColourNext Dialogues: Colour, Social Trends and More

Asian Paints, in partnership with the Center for Knowledge Societies, is pleased and excited to announce ColourNext Dialogues 2012, a first of its kind conclave on the social meaning of colour trends and visual directions in Indian society. The conclave … Continue reading

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Planning for D!p 3 Begins

By Ayesha Vemuri Hello and greetings for the new year! First, our apologies for the long silence, but although we’ve been back from the winter break for two weeks now, planning our various new activities and directions for the new … Continue reading

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