Rediff.com: A nice interview with Leonard Brody, a Canada-based technology entrepreneur, and the founder of NowPublic.com, a citizen journalism initiative. He is in India to attend the NASSCOM Summit im Mumbai. He talks about India’s wireless opportunities, blogging and how that will change the media. He says: I think India will leapfrog what has happened in North America. I believe greater access to broadband and cheaper access devices like PCs and web-enabled mobile phones will have a revolutionary effect here. I think India will be the most important online market in the world in 10 years, not China.