I just discovered posts from my old blog – vritti.net and it was surreal. It was an impromptu trip down memory lane with some positive revelations. Reading through it I realized I haven’t changed much. The outlook that I had back in 2003 seems to be consistent. I am still excited by the unforeseen and […]
I have been trying to hire my first full-time Ruby on Rails programmer in India and the experience has been disappointing. I recently posted this article here on the Bangalore Ruby Users Group: Hello People I am new here – India Web 2.0 scene and Bangalore RUG, been trying to get a grasp on the […]
I have been back in India for over a month now and have been traveling as much as I can. It’s been about three and a half years and I am keen to get a sense of understanding of the markets. There’s no doubt that there is a sense of urgency in the way business […]
I just discovered Geobeats. Its a great resource for videos of places all over the world. I think I am going to do some more research and write up on this genre of video sites.
I don’t get why the world is not in love with the iPhone even more. Yeah I know, that’s almost impossible. But what is this outrage over no SDK? It takes Web Apps and AJAX apps. Waitaminnit – We can write our own apps on our favorite phone. Such apps are crazy easier to write […]
Sorry for the big lag in posts, been moving for the past week.Â Somehow each move holds change, and promises so much. Always good to change. We all need to change to be relevant. Once, we stop trying to be relevant to ourselves, our world, our families and friends, I don’t know what else remains.
Dario D’Onofrio guest blogs over at Profy.com today, sharing some of his experience with the rest of us. Every business on this planet has two golden rules – Cut costs & Higher profits. No matter how big you get or how small you start, you always have to know how and where to cut costs. […]
I almost feel embarassed to say that I did not know about Matthew Haughey of Metafilter, till I stumbled across his blog – fortuito.us. It’s newly launched but if the quality of the content is any indication, its definitely here to stay. He obviously has enough experience running a successful community (46,000+ users at Metafilter, […]
I have used VMWare a bunch of times with Linux and found it to be too much of a burden to give up dual booting. I just found out about Parallels Desktop 3.0 and its what I wish I had years ago. Now with OSX ported to run on Intel chips, this is the cherry […]