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April 11, 2004


Om Malik is blogging up a storm on his trip to India:

"In the Old Delhi section where mangly dogs, rickshaws compete for space on the road with sky-high piles of television and fancy Mercedes Benz cars, Lajpat Rai market, is the unofficial training ground for all geeks. As a kid I would go there to buy cheap components to build an amplifier and a speaker system that used earthen pots for acoustics. (Please donít ask what I was thinking!) It is like the Akihabara electronics district in Tokyo, or Techno-mart in Seoul."

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