[MoMoBangalore] [Off topic] Reg. TED Talk DVD delivery
Tue May 15 16:13:27 IST 2007
I wrote to Kesava on the email you mentioned, and it bounced back. Do
you have any other contact information for him?
On 5/14/07, Arpit Agarwal <arpit105 at yahoo.com> wrote:
> This is a follow up on the information about TED I floated in this list a
> while ago. I receieved a lot of requests and so I scaled my capacity up.
> Kesava (mkreddy_in at yahoo.co.in) has facilitated writing of DVDs
> commercially. Each ready TED-Talk DVD with 73 20-min talks costs Rs.60. You
> can either pay him or me by cash or transfer the amount to his ICICI a/c #
> 004701019649 (Kesava Reddy M). Ask me for a UTI Bank or a Citibank account,
> if you prefer that. We will then have to sync over a coffee when you can
> take the DVD from me or him. I work in Richmond area and he works out of HSR
> We also have some good news for non-Bangalore residents. We have figured out
> a way in which a DVD can be delivered to you by SpeedPost, if you can pay
> Rs.100 and send your postal address to me or Kesava.
> For starters, TED (http://www.ted.com) is an amazing congregation of
> inspiring ideas and speakers from all over the world. All their talks are
> available for free on their website. When I got my hands on a DVD collection
> of TED talks, I thought I need to propagate.
> We believe in this cause of spreading ideas immensely. So, our effort is
> entirely non-commercial. Please forward our message to all others you think
> would be interested.
> Thanks and regards,
> PS: Not so long ago, my parents bought a collection of spiritual books to be
> distributed among people we know. I felt this (TED) is almost as spiritual
> and beneficial for our society. You may consider it as a good gift for a
> youth you wish to inspire to think big! :)
> Office firewalls, cyber cafes, college labs, don't allow you to download
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