What the Elephant God Can Teach Tech Entrepreneurs

This weekend I was at a family celebration in New Jersey and spent some time with an uncle who is a chemical engineer by training but also well versed in the Vedas, the ancient Hindu scriptures. So well versed that he is in high demand throughout the world performing weddings and other Hindu ceromonies in  … Read more


Posted: July 14th 2010 9

The Daily Beast’s Foray into E-Books

Today, The Daily Beast announced a joint venture with Perseus Book Group, with Tina Brown noting that there is “a gap between online writing and full-length books that [is] no longer being fully met by a dwindling market for magazines.” The effort will utilize Daily Beast writers to publish books of 150 pages or less  … Read more


Posted: July 28th 2009 None

NYC and Tech: Perfect Together

In my years in and out of New York City, I have never been more bullish on the entrepreneurial climate in the technology sector here than I am now. Before I get responses detailing the myriad of challenges the city faces in the wake of this financial calamity: I know the city is undergoing a  … Read more


Posted: July 9th 2009 1

a new dawn…

A year ago, I registered this domain with the intent of starting a blog but life intervened and I never got around to it.  Back then I don’t think any of us could have envisioned the different reality we live in today.  Since the beginning days of the financial crisis I have maintained that the  … Read more


Posted: July 2nd 2009 None

Development Through Self Empowerment

While in Rwanda, I went on long drives, for it’s the only way to see this beautiful country.  Some roads are paved but many are not — one day, it took us 10 hours to travel a little over 200 kilometers on a bumpy dirt road winding through the hills.  Along those drives I’d get  … Read more


Posted: July 1st 2009 None