I came across an article about the famous and controversial billionaire Richard Branson. He apparently is one of the few powerful men from the corporate elite who take down notes during meetings. No matter how big, small, simple or complex an idea is, get it in writing. But don’t just take notes for the sake of taking … Continue reading Taking down notes!
I think it was in January, that Topher asked me about getting involved with his Kickstarter project called HeroPress. Honestly, I had my reservations about supporting hero worship in the WordPress community. But my interest was piqued enough to keep in touch with Topher. I also opted out of it as I just had too … Continue reading My WordPress story for HeroPress
So almost three weeks ago WordCamp Mumbai 2015 finished. A lot of people spoke of many things geeky but also a lot about how to give support, how to deal with customers or users of products, how to decide who we are building products for? You know the usual brilliant and insightful discussions that happen … Continue reading Was your food warm?
I am attempting to start a discussion on what a local WordPress community should be like? Should it be democratic or autocratic? If democratic how should it actually be….
Do you want to meet WordPress experts from around the world, around India and most importantly Mumbai?
If you are find saying “yes” to any of the questions above you might want to check out WordCamp Mumbai 2015
There is a lot of things I use daily. But here is a list of things I use for work mainly. Why am I sharing this list to public? Why not? We share random useless data like checking into coffee shops and cinema halls. This makes more sense to me. Mainly, it serves as a way … Continue reading Stuff I use
I love reading non-fiction. History books usually. But I do not mind the odd “Outliers” either. I have usually avoided fiction – possibly why I have actually managed to NOT read Agatha Christie or PG Wodehouse in my growing years. But a recent catching up of a BBC series called “Jeevs and Wooster” has prodded … Continue reading Fiction to read in 2015!
Answers to questions like “What is your blog about?” – and journey of discovering value of being authentic and cataloging things.
Removing distractive social media icons, follow links and email subscriptions to keep focus plainly on reading.
Who exactly is paying for the news that we get free of cost? Is free content actually free and should it be trusted because it is free?