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Kalaro: Knitting Nature into Wool

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Priyantha Subasinghe knows about wools and yarns. He has a keen eye for design, and he also knows about business. Priyantha has learnt well from his father, and is now blazing his own trail with Kalaro, producing gorgeous knitwear with a unique Sri Lankan twist.

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People to People

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As geeks, we've been using P2P software for years. Starting with Napster in 1999, and the plethora of different filesharing networks that followed, right up to torrents, which we all use and love today, we've seen the technology being used for a number of worthwhile causes. Thus, when Sean came to us with his plan to put it to use in the real world, we jumped at the chance.

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Number Five

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Hello and welcome to another iteration of Vesess.com. We know we've been silent for a while, and we're sorry, we really are. However, no posts does not necessarily mean no work. Behind the scenes, our code monkeys have been working overtime. So, as Vesess v5 launches, we're also readying ourselves to release a brand spanking new project that'll roxor your soxors (or boxors, depending on your persuasion).

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Paper prototyping for the genius designer

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It's very convenient for us designers to think that we always know the best way to do things. Yet we manage to get things horribly wrong with startling frequency. And almost always the reason could be traced back to lack of proper user input in the early stages of design.

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More than a redesign

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Welcome to Vesess.com v4. You may notice our site design, and of course, this new weblog. The online reincarnation you see was not just done for kicks (thought we admit, nitpicking the design was mad fun). It also reflects a shift in focus for us as a company.

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