The startup that I’ve been part of for more than a year has launched this week : Automatic – Your Smart Driving Assistant. It’s a hardware device + mobile app + cloud combination that helps you save money by helping you drive in a more fuel-efficient way, monitor your car engine’s health, automatic call toContinue reading “Automatic launched this week”
A passionate excerpt from the “How I braved Anu Aunty and made a million-dollar company” brought out wonderful nostalgia.
I have been recently using the iXpenseIt iPhone app to track cash expenditures. What’s interesting is it uses the “most used” / “most visited” feature (which you may be familiar with in Firefox or other software) to vastly speed up its usage for the individual using it. Let’s take an example, this is my defaultContinue reading “Apps using simple tricks to simplify usage”
I just read an amazing book called “Start-up Nation” that talks about how Israel grew its economy 50 times in the past 60 years by a combination of government, army, entrepreneurism and culture.
Product management lessons learned from freelancing for Joshua Schachter (well known as the founder of the del.icio.us bookmarking service)
I’ve been a long-time reader of Ramit Sethi – I love his irreverent approach to money which has influenced me positively. About a year and a half ago, he launched the Earn1K program and I was immediately curious about it. Having failed to run a business once, I thought this was a great way toContinue reading “Freelancing”
Today is my last day at Infibeam.
Everyday I get emails from readers of my books and makes me wonder whether I am continuing to make that kind of impact.
Lots of people have been asking how isbn.net.in works, so I rewrote that weekend hacked-up code into something nice on top of Rails 3 and other goodies.
In response to my last article, there was a LOT of discussion about the real reasons why Indian startups struggle to hire, which I’m coalescing into a few core thoughts.