Monthly Archives: June 2012
The venue for our field experiment is the only school in this village. Inside the classroom. Tamil and English. The kids know little bit of English. The workshop started. The experiment went smoothly. Couldn’t have done it with these guys… … Continue reading
Best way to get around in this heavy traffic. Beautiful Kapaleeswarar Temple. A relaxing space for the locals.
I’m not too busy this week. Right now, we’re still waiting to finalize game protocols and get them translated. I get a little break to take off from Thanjavur to explore other parts of India. A friend in Bangalore, who … Continue reading
There are a couple of things I simply don’t get here – stuff people do, some traditions, and customs. First of all, I’m not saying these things don’t make sense, just that I can’t make sense of them yet. If … Continue reading
Today is my first time going to the field! (by that, I mean going to work/observe/collect data in rural villages). We drove for two hours East of Thanjavur toward the coast. Why going so far? For a pilot, we need … Continue reading
I finally got to visit the big temple (after seeing many signs on street for a week). This ancient temple is part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site “Great Living Chola Temples”. The main entrance to the temple. Everyone has … Continue reading