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Rajesh Jain’s Recommended Reading – 22

This week’s links: Crafting Best-in-Class Business Intelligence: from strategy+business. How Genius Works: from The Atlantic. “We enlisted some of America’s foremost artists to discuss the sometimes messy, frequently maddening, and almost always mysterious process of creating something new.” The Unlit … Continue reading

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Rajesh Jain’s Recommended Reading – 21

This week’s links: How to get a real education: “Forget art history and calculus. Most students need to learn how to run a business, says Scott Adams.” Weak government, subverted state: by Kanchan Gupta. “What India needs is sweeping governance … Continue reading

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Rajesh Jain’s Recommended Reading – 20

This week’s links: 6 verbs for the next 20 years: From TechCrunch on a talk by Kevin Kelly.”Screening, Interacting, Sharing, Flowing, Accessing, Generating.” The Rise of the Second Internet: GigaOm discusses a report by Wedbush. “What is the thread that … Continue reading

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Rajesh Jain’s Recommended Reading – 19

This week’s links: The Edge Question: “What scientific concept would improve everybody’s cognitive toolkit?” 164 contributors. On Android: by Bill Gurley. “Android, as well as Chrome and Chrome OS for that matter, are not “products” in the classic business sense. … Continue reading

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Rajesh Jain’s Recommended Reading – 18

This week’s links: Little Bets Are The Ones That Turn Into Billion-Dollar Ideas: by Peter Sims. “Small bets are affordable and achievable ways to learn about problems and opportunities, while big bets are for capitalizing upon them.” Whom should a start-up … Continue reading

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Rajesh Jain's Recommended Reading – 17

This week’s links: How to estimate market size: by Jeremy Liew. “TAM is really a pretty simple concept – it is what your revenue would be if you had 100% market share in your business.” Using Influence to Getting Things … Continue reading

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Rajesh Jain's Recommended Reading – 16

This week’s links: The Coming Wave of “Social Apponomics”: from strategy+business.”The secret to profitability on the Internet has finally arrived in an innovative blend of social media, Web mobility, and creative e-commerce applications.” The Always Logged In Experience: by Fred … Continue reading

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Rajesh Jain’s Recommended Reading – 15

This week’s links: Making Money in Mobile: by Tim Bray. “Here are the ways I can think of to make money that involve mobile applications: App sales, Upgrades and in-app sales, Ad sales and  Server-side revenue enablement.” Mom and Pop, … Continue reading

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Rajesh Jain’s Recommended Reading – 14

This week’s links: Top Mobile Internet Trends: Mary Meeker presentation. The Rise of Generation C: from strategy+business. “How to prepare for the Connected Generation’s transformation of the consumer and business landscape.” Articles on the enablers of Egypt’s Revolution: NYTimes, broadstuff, … Continue reading

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Rajesh Jain’s Recommended Reading – 13

This week’s links: Can India lead the mobile internet revolution? from McKinsey Quarterly. “The country could become the world’s first truly mobile digital society. But grasping the opportunity requires unprecedented cooperation between the private and public sectors.” Finding the Next … Continue reading

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