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Does working from home work ?

November 4, 2009 by


– by Jyotsna Pattabiraman Happened on “The Way I work” series put together by the folks at Inc. Magazine, featuring people like Jason Fried from 37 Signals, Essie Weingarten of Essie Cosmetics , Matt Mullenweg of WordPress and others. I seem to remember that Fortune Magazine had done a similar series on leadership behemoths like Colin Powell and John McCain, […]

Anderson / Gladwell dance-off

June 30, 2009 by


– By Jyotsna Pattabiraman Malcolm Gladwell reviews Chris Anderson’s book, “Free”, in his review titled “Priced to Sell” for the New Yorker. As a premium content site, our money is quite definitely on Gladwell. To quote from the review, “The only problem is that in the middle of laying out what he sees as the […]

Link round up: Infectious Greed, Signal vs. Noise and Good

June 11, 2009 by


I found a whole lot of links today that resonate with me that I’d like to share with you. Paul Kedrosky : Right-sizing venture capital. Paul says that the reason for low returns in the VC industry is because folks are (a) sticking to what they call their area of competence, regardless of where the […]

Jaman restructures . The End ?

June 2, 2009 by


Learned via NewTeeVee that Jaman had a serious round of layoffs, leaving just a small team. That sucks.  Jaman was one of the pioneers in the paid content space. Their product was great and film buffs really appreciated their high-quality product. They had a series of tie-ups with providers of content all over the world, […]

Free is the easy way out.

April 20, 2009 by


A Swedish court jails the founders of the Pirate Bay, a file-sharing website | Online pirates at bay | The Economist. The Economist’s headline says it all. The accompanying photo shows two cheerful-looking young people, one of whom apparently shared the verdict via Twitter.  So it’s clear that they believe they haven’t done anything wrong. […]

Some characters ..

April 16, 2009 by


You know, sometimes Desi movies are so predictable. For example, the fate of Heroine Number Two is to either bite a bullet meant for Heroine Number One or to marry the heroine’s reject. Any widowed maa generally ends up having to fend off the advances of the lecherous villain and/or praying lots to Bhagwaan. The […]

Love films ? Love to write ?

March 20, 2009 by


Love films ? Love to write ? We have three positions for you ! Film Researcher / Taxonomist (PT)  : MoovieShoovie is looking for someone to research and update our movie database with accurate and compelling content. You will research great Indian films and present them to our internet audience in such a way as […]