Here is a guy who sells dosas and rice items in his push cart every evening. I didn't realize that he was my entrepreneurial benchmark until my friend explained it to me: He has at least 100 customers everyday because he is there for 4-5 hours every evening, and we've never seen him without customers. … Continue reading My Benchmark for Entrepreneurship
Last weekend, I participated in the BSA Hercules Duathlon organized by RFL. I did the 10 km running + 20 km cycling thing. I was the last-but-one guy to finish and I did take twice the amount of time as the first guy to finish. But I didn't care about that. I expected to finish … Continue reading Duathlon and Murakami
From President’s speech in 2007: "Today, the average age of India's population is below 25 years. Approximately, 77 crore of our people, or about 70 percent of the population, fall below the age of 35." From Tracking The Growth of India’s Middle Class: "Over the next 20 years, India will likely grow to become the … Continue reading A few statistics about India
Question: Will the future consist of people carrying a single device or multiple gadgets? Arguments for one device Students use it for everything. After reading this New York Times article on how mobile phones are used in South Korea, I'm astounded about the possibilities. Students are using their mobile phones for buying food tickets in … Continue reading One device or many?
I've had a Skribit suggestion for my blog, with seven votes on it, that asks: Can you write a Byte Of Emacs? First of all, I'm flattered that 7 people out there like A Byte of Vim so much that they are asking about a similar book for Emacs. Second, it just won't happen. Almost … Continue reading No book on Emacs