Worth a read – The Great Eight Trillion-Dollar Growth Trends to 2020
I really liked this article on The Geography of Americans who work from Home. I have been doing that for over 15 years and find it very productive. This luxury is possible only in certain industries and for certain types of jobs. Working from home is more common in knowledge-based metros, being associated with the […]
I was recently talking to a few app developers. Here is how one conversation went after a demo of the product. Me: “Looks cool. How do you plan to market it?” He: “I am going to put it up on the app store” Me: “And?…” He: “If we build a great app, they will discover […]
If you are interested in Multiple Intelligence Theory, this is a good starting point. I would highly recommend this book by Howard Gardner as well. Nice to see a list of apps on tablets. Will try them out for our School Experiments. Meta: I am enjoying Scoop.it a lot. I seem to have found a […]
I stole this quote from Carol Burnett and modified it a bit. This is true with Tweets too. I often regretted a quick post or tweet written when I was upset. Words, once they are printed, have a life of their own. Carol Burnett You want an example? Read this story.
It is nice to see a teacher attempting to use simple tools to help students learn better. This is the story of an innovative teacher connecting students to Geometry through Twitter. “When will we use this?” It’s the question all teachers hate and motivated me to change my approach to teaching. Being a geometry teacher, […]
Eric Ries original definition “the minimum viable product is that version of a new product which allows a team to collect the maximum amount of validated learning about customers with the least effort.” Pay attention to these: the new product validating learning least effort From Steve Blank: Minimum feature set (“minimum viable product”) is a […]