On today's podcast, we have the story of how some map-loving web-surfers have been trying to get much needed satellite images and aerial photographs into the hands of aid workers in Pakistan. Also, in the disputed region of Kashmir, good old-fashioned land lines are making a difference in connecting families torn about by war, and now disaster. Then, we hear about some new research on deforestation in Brazil. And we round off our podcast with an interview with Nasrin Alavi, who has just written a book that compiles some of the best of Iran's 75,000 blogs. All that, plus some geek rock courtesy of a band called artichoke. The World's Technology Podcast is sponsored by Ipswitch Incorporated, the leader in messaging, network management, and data management software for small and medium sized businesses around the globe. Visit www.ipswitch.com to download full-function trial versions.