Monday, May 28, 2007

Life lessons from Narayana Murthy

Life lessons from Narayana Murthy: "The best use of all your wealth is to share it with those less fortunate."

Thursday, February 01, 2007

'...but free things are always used even if you dont need'

by Maulin, when discussing some simple open-source concept :-)

Saturday, January 06, 2007

'And since when is a persons' economic benefit to "you", the primary definition of whether they are human beings?'

A very insightful comment on Slashdot The Impact of Immigrant Innovators.

Friday, September 15, 2006

'It's about being excited to be wrong because then you've discovered something new'

Who Is Jonathan Ive?: "Jonathan Ive, the magic man behind Apple".

Sunday, July 23, 2006

'Eclectic Listening'

From a co-worker, a neat way of saying 'you listen only to things that you want to listen...' :-)

Sunday, July 09, 2006

'The measure of a bubble is investment, and that's still under control'

Paul Graham, when interviewed about some fundamental questions of Web 2.0: Interview About Web 2.0.
From the same article:
"Certainly there is a lot of hype. For example, there are a lot of sites using cheesy 'Web 2.0' design elements to seem cool. All those fades and 'Betas' and giant fonts are going to look very dated in a few years. But cheesy design doesn't make a bubble. The measure of a bubble is investment, and that's still under control."

'Neither is willing to give an inch because if they do, they know the match is over.'

The fantastic Wimbledon final (Federer-Nadal), as described at: The Championships, Wimbledon 2006 - Grand Slam Tennis.

Saturday, July 08, 2006

'One of the signs of true genius is people who can identify something so profound that it seems obvious in retrospect.'

Making Something Meaningful (Anil Dash)