From: "Randolph Wang" <rywang@CS.Princeton.EDU>
Date: Fri, 13 Jun 2008 02:36:48 -0700
Subject: (dsh-discuss) (dsh-hubs) Re: (dsh-hubs) DSH wins the 2007 ACM Lawler Award

On Thu, Jun 12, 2008 at 8:33 AM, urvashi sahni
<> wrote:
>  Congratulations to the DSH team! 
>  More good news - Business Today ranked us as one of the 20 most wired 
>  projects in India - i.e., companies and other organisations using technology 
>  interestingly and for useful purposes. 

Pardon the spam---we usually don't send this often to the dsh-hubs
mailing list and we send stuff with more substance :)  But here's some
more PR :)  DSH is apparently one of the "20 most wired in India,"
according to Business Today.  Obviously, we don't actually have many
"wires" but it seems Business Today understood the gist well---the
short article starts off with a subtitle: "Beauty in simplicity."§ionid=5&limit=1&limitstart=5

or saved at:

(Not sure what the caption below Urvashi's picture means though :)

>  --- On Thu, 12/6/08, Randolph Wang <rywang@CS.Princeton.EDU> wrote: 
>  From: Randolph Wang <rywang@CS.Princeton.EDU> 
>  Subject: (dsh-discuss) (dsh-hubs) DSH wins the 2007 ACM Lawler Award 
>  To: "Randolph Wang" <rywang@CS.Princeton.EDU> 
>  Date: Thursday, 12 June, 2008, 9:26 AM 
>  For about two thirds of you on this mailing list, this is probably new 
>  news.  For the remaining third, this is old news, but with a new press 
>  release and a new title :) 
>  "The 2007 ACM Lawler Award Goes to the Digital Study Hall Team" 
>  or 
>  Congrats to the "team," which should include the "Digital 
>  Green" and 
>  the new "Digital Polyclinic" people as well :) 
>  [ACM, the Association for Computing Machinery (, is a 
>  large world-wide organization for computing professionals.] 


Studyhall-hub mailing list

To unsubscribe from this group, send email to
For more options, visit this group at

When replying to messages from this list, please consider changing the recipient address to


Studyhall-discuss mailing list

(dsh-discuss) (dsh-hubs) Re: (dsh-hubs) DSH wins the 2007 ACM Lawler Award / "Randolph Wang"