LinkLog: Perceptual Biases

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In David Brook’s op-ed column in NYTimes titled The Behavioral Revolution: Perceiving a situation seems, at first glimpse, like a remarkably simple operation. You just look and see what’s around. But the operation that seems most simple is actually the most complex, it’s just that most of the action takes place below the level of […]

Business of Software

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I was watching this video today. If you are a small startup (typically bootstrapped), this is a must watch. Here are some notes: Keep the Momentum We work on projects that are chunked in smaller bits Planning is vastly over rated We don’t do road maps We do not write  functional specifications ( They lead […]

InfoMinder Alerts – 20th Oct 2008

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Some interesting links I got through my InfoMinder Alerts today. I will just add a teaser for each entry. Some of these are blogs. Others are announcements or wiki links. The Future of Enterprise Software We are at the beginning of a massive shift from client-server to web-based software in the enterprise.  This move will […]

Multiplying the Multipliers

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Reading Amund Tveit’s Blog reminded me of Doug’s ABC model of capability improvement. Amund talks about the importance of software and a few ideas on how to multiply the multipliers. the only point I want to make is that software is extremely important :). And since software has a multiplicative effect that few other technologies […]