Design Lessons from FB

SaaS Landing Pages -TypeForm and Geckoboard

Cyanogen Fav FeaturesThis keeps Growing 

Secret Millionairs club  – Animated Webisodes .Featuring  Warren Buffett as a mentor to a group of entrepreneurial kids whose adventures lead them to encounter financial and business problems to solve –

Mobile Design and DataPlenty of references

On COal India – Implications of coming capex in Coal – 2 Months since this was posted. Price moves faster than anything else.

Material Design Icons

What is IOT   – Simply the best explanation so far. 
IOT In Home  —    Awesome report on IOT/ Home Automation coming in next post

Judgement on Chip Companies
Post 1 – Who will get bought
Post 2 and Who will buy others.

Product Person on Enterprise Selling  PODCAST By A16Z 

Want to buy a house in INDIA.. Think again ?  — This keeps getting fresh material.

Future of Web Views From Cupertino

12 Things I Learned from Ben Horowitz about Management, Investing, and Business


Everyone in Management, Investing, Business, Technology or Product can relate to this post .!

Originally posted on Andreessen Horowitz:

Ben Horowitz is a co-founder of the venture capital firm Andreessen Horowitz. Prior to being a venture capitalist, he co-founded Loudcloud, a managed services provider which became Opsware, a data center automation software provider. He is the author of The Hard Thing About Hard Things: Building a Business When There Are No Easy Answers.  Horowitz earned a BA in Computer Science from Columbia University in 1988 and a MS in Computer Science from UCLA in 1990. On his blog Ben suggests that if you want to learn more about him, read his entry in Wikipedia.

1. “You read these management books that say ‘these are the hard things about running a company’. But those aren’t really the hard things.”

“My old boss Jim Barksdale said that most management consultants have never managed a hot dog stand.” 

“Wartime CEO is too busy fighting the enemy to read management books written by…

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431 articles about Mobile from the LukeW writing archives.

On Bitcoin- Awesome Read — Yesterday and Today ..

Making of Material Design :

Client rendering vs Server Rendering vs Service Worker ( Video) 

Android M Permissions( Video) 

With Chamath- Where Next Billion Dollar companies will come from. ( Video) 




Cos the deciders are on desktop…

Sam Altman – Bubble Talk

Chetan Sharma – 5G

The Sad truth about developing executives

A shared future – Global Economy of Haves and Servants

Awesome read on Mobile Internet

No Stacks Startups 

The Days are Long but Decades are short – by Sam Altman

[PODCAST] Making Sense of Big Data, Machine Learning and Deep Learning 

[PODCAST] How to Think About Enterprise Security Today


Awesome Read on IOT – Mobile Internet   

 By Product Nation 

The Web’s Grain

Flight from Family

How to manage VP of Sales – Excellent 

USB Type C

On India: One more high profile move to INDIA. Why are these people moving to INDIA ?

 Monica Lewinsky on Public Shaming

A16Z and Peter Levine invest in Tachyon

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Chrome Extensions loved by Product Hunt

Sam Altman on Bubble Talk


Slow Internet Observations from Web Developer

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Club of 85: 2015 Unicorns

The Convict Settlement of Australia — Good Read

Highlights from GGV Capital Dinner
By Glenn Solomon 
By Semil Shah

By Guest Ben Thompson 

( Video) DLD15 – The Four Horsemen: Amazon/Apple/Facebook & Google–Who Wins/Loses (Scott Galloway)

One More on Samsung Loss to Apple

( PDF) Ericsson Mobility Report – Feb 2015




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(PDF) Berkshire Hathaway 2014 Letter ( Special – 50 Yrs Done)  — Pure Gold.

(PDF) Facebook State of Connectivity Report 2014 – Some Insightful numbers – No One can Ignore it



7 Rules for creating Amazing UI

If you have kids 6~14 interesting in Tech

Gosh.. One more on Women in Tech

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Yu vs Micromax

Design Tools

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Animating Mobile Web

10K hours with Reid Hoffman

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Patience, IoT Is the New “Electronic”


Very Good post.. Would like to reblog it if you so approve.

Originally posted on Learning by Shipping:

photoThe “Internet of Things” or IoT is cool.  I know this because everyone tells everyone else how cool it is. Ask anyone and they will give you their own definition of what IoT means and why it is cool. That’s proof we are using a buzzword or are in a hype-cycle.

Much is at stake to benefit from, contribute to, or even control this next, next-generation of computing. If a company benefitted from 300 million PCs a year, that’s quite cool. If another company benefitted from 1 billion smartphones a year, then that’s pretty cool.

You know what is really cool, benefitting from 75 billion devices. That certainly explains the enthusiasm for the catch phrase.

Missing out on this wave is uncool. Just take a look at the CNBC screen shot to the left. That’s what we talked about in the Digital Innovation class at HBS last week and what motivated this post.

In an…

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