Well, it’s been quite some time since I wrote my last post. I think I should have added that to my CV of Failures as well. Anyways, over the last few weeks, the CV of Princeton psychology Professor Johannes Haushofer has been getting a lot of attention. He’s published something that he calls the CV of Failures which highlights all the things in life you failed at. He’s not the first one to do this though.
Inspired by Professor Johannes Haushofer’s CV of Failures, I decided to work on my own set of failures. The idea to make this failure resume got further triggered by Ankur Warikoo, a friend, and CEO of Nearbuy who shared his failure resume as well. Continue reading
This is a reblog from a post I did on KillerStartups in 2012. It still seems to find relevance hence I thought of posting it here.
I am sitting at my desk in Bangalore, India, trying to figure out why so many startups around the globe fail. Many times, startups are backed by great ideas as well as awesome founders, then why can’t things be materialized as intended? From what I understand, and I am sure many will agree with this as well, the biggest challenge for startups today is not securing funding or having a great idea, rather the biggest challenge is hiring. Continue reading
I love dogs! If you agree as well then you’re going to love this one. CleverPet is an amazingly smart WiFi-connected device that your pet can use. This device will help you entertain and educate your pet even when they’re home alone.
CleverPet is a device that plans to train your dog to solve simple problems while you are at work. The best part is that it even rewards your pet when they complete the task successfully. When it begins, all the pooch has to do is push a button to get food, with subsequent puzzles growing in difficulty until it’s playing whack-a-mole with the light-up pads. Continue reading
Content content everywhere, not a drop to consume! Well, that sounded a little too dramatic, but honestly, the fact is that there is a whole lot of content on the Internet today. Considering that there is so much already out there, is it still a good thing to create content? Or should you rather be the good guy, do some hard work and curate content?
I’ve always faced this question with my blog on startups, TheTechPanda.com. While I am still not sure as to what the best practice is, I am getting inclined towards the curation part. With a lack of quality writers who’d also be passionate about the topic, no doubt curation seems a better way forward. Continue reading