December 2012

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A definite read on Wired… Elon Musk talks about his SpaceX venture and how he intends to put a small plant on Mars in the next few years.
He also talks about manufacturing and supply chain issues in the very very esoteric world of subject of Space Rockets!!
If the above wasn’t enough to convince

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A year and half back I was recruited by a Stockholm based consulting company to start their development operations in Mumbai. Amid all the usual challenges of operating in Mumbai -really expensive real estate, landlords out to cheat you, registering a company, etc – I also realized that a 5 people operation is not an

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We have probably all heard of the perks that Google, Facebook and LinkedIn provide to their employees (see the perks). It goes without saying that most of these perks are targeted at increasing the height of the metaphorical exit barrier, improving productivity and sometimes even ensuring that employees spend as much time at the office

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Steve Jobs usually invokes extreme emotions – most of ‘tech aware’ people I meet usually categorize themselves as anti- Apple and pro-Windows or passionately Apple and anti-Everything Else. And believe me, Apple is Steve Jobs!! It’s like the surname Gandhi and Congress party 🙂
One thing that I do have to admit though – Steve