In early 2012, I set a challenge for myself. To start reading again. And to read like a man possessed. Five books a month, sixty books in a year is what I set myself for. While there have been books that I’ve read in one sitting, devoured some in a few hours, I don’t have […]
Read the original piece here. Let me start by wishing each one of you a very happy new year. For those entrepreneurs who have been in the business, may this be the year of the big leap. For those to-be entrepreneurs who’ve been sitting on the fence and tossing between ‘should-I-should-not’, may this be the […]
Read the original piece here. When YourStory.in asked me to write a monthly piece on design and entrepreneurship, I thought it was a perfect chance for me to reflect on my own entrepreneurial journey as a design entrepreneur. A great opportunity to walk down memory lane, bask in the glory of the unique eureka moments, […]
It often takes years for the academic world to catch up to the breakneck pace of technology. But a new study from Center and American University’s Washington College of Law recently examined the issue of copyright and creativity and came to some interesting – and surely controversial – conclusions. Read the complete article.
Small children spend much of their time playing and most have no fears about the challenge facing them as they set about painting a picture or modelling with play dough. Children are equally at home when improvising their own songs and playing with musical instruments, although putting them in the spotlight without first preparing the […]
Hi all, Following this note is a mail from Sameer Sachdeva at Ernst & Young. If you’d like to give your inputs, please speak with him. Arun ~~~~ The Department of Scientific & Industrial Research (DSIR), Ministry of Science & Technology (MoST), India has envisioned a futuristic idea which could influence the society in terms […]