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Sampada

Nadig and others have started Sampada – a site for all things Kannada. It has taken off really well in a short period.

There are Kannada-related articles, blogs, discussions, book reviews, a learning center and any thing you would like to contribute!

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  1. does it mean that you can read kannada unicode on your mac now?

    ಇದನ�ನ� ಓದಲಿಕ�ಕೆ ಆಗ�ತ�ತದೆಯೋ?

  2. @Pradeep, I’m clearly able to read what you wrote in Kannada. vodakke aagthidey.

    The problem, however, is the “collation” i.e. individual alphabets of the words are separate, they’re not a word as in real written Kannada. How do I make Tiger “understand” Kannada alphabets? Last time I tried, I got tired of broken links and pages with incomplete info…

    Also, I still haven’t figured out how to key in Kannada alphabets. It’s on the TODO list ;-)

  3. Hmmm… 18 days since your last post? What’s up ? I hope you havent lost interest in your blog – because it has always been a good read for me. And I hope you arent doing to your blog what I did to mine – Kill it! [gasp! :D]

    Waiting for your next enlightening post.

  4. Also, I still haven’t figured out how to key in Kannada alphabets. It’s on the TODO list ;-)

    There’s now a keyboard layout and a Unicode font for Mac OS X.
    Check this.

  5. @Ankit: I was tempted to kill it, but didn’t. I realized that in the past year, I have had a terrible imbalance between my offline and online lives and I’m correcting that now.

    @hpnadig: Thanks for the heads up. Will check it out :-).

  6. > @Ankit: I was tempted to kill it, but didn’t. I realized that in the past year, I have had a terrible imbalance between my offline and online lives and I’m correcting that now.

    Yeah! I had the same shock when I realised I hadn’t gone out of the house for an entire week just because I would spend half of my time blogging or half of the time [ok make that quarter :D] studying! Now I have a finer balance although not perfect though.

  7. @Ankit: I guess we both have realized, in our own ways, that the most important things are the ones not viewable through a computer screen.

  8. >@Ankit: I guess we both have realized, in our own ways, that the most important things are the ones not viewable through a computer screen.

    Precisely! ;-)

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