Archive for November, 2006

The first time I learned of the word c-o-l-l-a-b-o-r-a-t-i-o-n, was probably around…uh…I don’t know, maybe around the age of eight. My teacher had a tough time explaining its concept to me during a science project, “Kevin, collaboration is not making your partner do all the work while you tie his shoelaces to the chair! To […]

If you own a website or a blog, or both, you’d probably want Google to know you exist. I mean, Google knew YouTube existed and copped it for a whopping $1.6 billion dollars. I’m sure you could do with, half of that kinda cash lying around somewhere. So to get there, you need to get […]

I was listening to an interview with Donald Trump and Robert Kiyosaki whilst driving a few days back. They were being interviewed about their new book, ‘Why We Want You to be Rich: Two Men – One Message‘.   Then Trump pointed out something quite interesting – that being a successful entrepreneur had partly to […]

If you’re planning to apply for netizenship in digital country, and join the millions of other migrants who are hopping on board to enjoy the freedom and glean the wealth of information and riches that the Web has to offer, you’ll have to learn the culture of the web first, to acclimatize yourself well to its […]

There are only so many blogs you can read before reaching critical mass and say, “Damn, this stuff is so easy to do, I’m gonna start one of my own.” And you’re right. You ought to start your own blog. But it’s not that easy to do, unless of course you know what you’re doing. […]

Here is something that might interest you: The Kauffman Foundation is launching EntrepreneurshipWeek USA — along with a group of sponsors including the New York Times and Inc. magazine – to ignite the nation’s consciousness around the importance of being entrepreneurial. The initiative will be designed to stimulate on-going interest from individuals and organizations serving […]

I thought I’d done a fairly thorough job of demonstrating the use of Bloglines. But Preetam Rai has gone the full monty on this one by teaching you how to keep track of blogs, news feeds, podcasts, Yahoo! Group messages, Flickr photos…yeah, all with Bloglines. Check out his in-depth tutorial here.  Related Posts How To Subscribe […]

I was never fond of geometry. I have to thank my Math teacher for that. He made learning math utterly painful, ‘fingernails dragging across the board’ painful. Maybe it had to do with my father being a math wiz as well. Frustrated my dad constantly because of my inability to understand mathematical concepts and instantly […]

There are very few companies on planet Earth that can truly say they deserve ‘a second’ of our dwindling attention span. Microsoft and Apple are two such companies that fall into this exclusive group. And when you find these two corporate giants going head-to-head for market-share, it’s time to sit-up and pay attention. Apple got […]