There may be the odd gadget review, or industry insight around devices, but the #MobileLife will no longer appear every Tuesday. So long, and thanks for all the fish, folks!
Thanks! It’s a big word. It’s a tough one to say seriously, in a heartfelt way, for many of us. Especially as our sense of self and of entitlement grows, it gets even tougher.
A little startup in Bangalore is trying to solve a major problem in the city. The task? Organize auto drivers & make it work really well for commuters.
Seriously – I just haven’t been able to figure out why I need a tab.
Given this, it is very very surprising that Aviate got not only installed on my phone, but has managed to be my homescreen app for over 3 weeks now!
The Costas, Gloria Jeans and CCDs of the world offer space for just hanging out and meeting people – the coffee is merely incidental. The push is for the “grande” and more and more ‘laced’ coffee, at a premium.
Companies screw up every once in a while. When things blow up on your face, you can make it worse or turn it around to make you look better. Here’s how.
It’s smarter to keep revisiting the fundamentals of your business as you plan and execute scale. The target users, the USP you’re going to market with and that you need to market and message around, and of course profitability and financially sound decisions – these are important during any part of the business.
I’m sure we’ve all been there, done that. Honestly – count how many you’ve tried since you’ve been on smartphones – at least 5 different ones? More? My count is more like a dozen, easily.
Relationships need work – we all know that. Yet amidst the daily battles and higher, more immediate priorities, we forget to spend time and energy on those. Here’s hoping that these few thoughts derived from personal experiences help you and those who work and live with you at least a wee bit.