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Monthly Archives: May 2013
We just concluded the first of a series of workshops we have planned, on building professional skills in young people. We had a clutch of parents, a bunch of students and young professionals, even an industry hand from the field … Continue reading
The other day I had to leave work after lunch to run an errand for the family. I walked around Lajpat Nagar not finding what I was looking for, but I could suddenly see something really clearly… I called my … Continue reading
The New Yorker has reposted its earlier piece on Peter Thiel, the well known philosopher-entrepreneur-investor of Silicon Valley. It’s really an extraordinary account, by the great George Packer, of Thiel’s politics, worldview, and how they align to disrupt higher education. … Continue reading
It’s been a while since I’ve posted on the Design Public Blog, and every time one breaks the rhythm, or breaks the rhythm of not posting, there is a sense of going against inertia, or against one’s natural state. We … Continue reading
The 19th Pecha Kucha Night in Delhi is nearly upon us, and I’m very pleased to introduce you to the final four speakers who’ll be presenting their encounters and thoughts on Failure this Friday. Tamseel Hussain is a Campaigner for … Continue reading
A few days ago, I introduced the first three of our eleven speakers for this next Pecha Kucha Night, focusing on Failure. Here’s introducing a few more: Nikhil Pahwa is the Founder & Editor of MediaNama, the leading publication for … Continue reading