2011-11-02

It happens only in India - Super Cool Stuff

A few of them are absolute gems :P

 

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2011-10-25

Is There Some Kind Of Twitter-Amazon Integration?

Twitter-amazon

Noticing this for the first time! Is there some kind of integration here wherein Amazon links are rendered with such details and more importantly - A direct link to buy!!!! Imagine Twitter inking some sort of affiliate arrangement wherein it takes in a cut on all sales via twitter links

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2011-09-29

Picket Tanks #ftw

Can't beleive I never discovered this earlier

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2011-09-03

Child Prodigy If You Will - Kevin Rose Talks To Brian Wong [Video]

OMGWTF!!!

A 19 year entrepreneur may not be such a big deal but the way got meetings with some of the top angels/VCs and ended up securing funding for his concept. Not that i have achieved a lot but after watching this, i just felt i havent done anything

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2011-08-12

The 'Kata (Sliced) Paav' Business Model

Been 2+ months in Mumbai (second innings) and the 'When in rome, be a roman' foodie that i am, i end up sampling 'Paav' in one form or the other (for those who don't know there are LOT of variants). Everytime i am there at a roadside stall watching a vada, samosa,bhajjia paav being made i cant help but think the time and effort it take to cut the paav in half and add whatever it is that needs to be added.

Enter the 'Sliced Paav' Business Model,

The bakery making the paav runs through a kinfe when the bread (paav) is still hot. An even slice across the entire batch of paav's being baked. The <insert vada, bhajjia etc.> makers wont have to waste time cutting the paav into half. 

Why? Time is money, isn't it!! Add up the 3-4 odd seconds it takes to cut each paav and it might add up to more than an hour or two. Use that time for serving more customers, making more vaadas or spend that time thinking up more paav related savouries :-)

* There was this initial thought that sliced paav's could be priced at a marginal premium but then wonder who will pay extra. But then, cutting the paav's while making them should not be that big a monetary burden, is it?

#boredrant Wrote on the phone while waiting for the bus #plissexcuse

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2011-07-26

What's In A Name, Corporate Website Names Gone Wrong

These are legitimate companies that didn't spend enough time
considering how their online name might appear!

These are not made up. Check them out yourself!
1.   'Who Represents' is where you can find agents who represent
celebrities. Their Web site is:  www.whorepresents.com

2. 'Experts Exchange' is a knowledge base where one can exchange
advice and views at: www.expertsexchange.com

3. Looking for a great pen? Look no further than' Pen Island '. It can
be found at: www.penisland.net

4. Need therapy?  Try 'Therapist Finder': www.therapistfinder.com

5. Check out  'Italian Power Generator' at: www.powergenitalia.com

6. And the designers at 'Speed of Art' await you at their wacky Web
site:  www.speedofart.com

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Hilarios!!! Powergenitalia.com #FTW :P

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2011-07-01

Ye dekho

Rat ke 11 baje Ye spam. Saalon pehle gaadi tumhare uncle kharid ke denge

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2011-06-29

What Credit Card Personality Are You? [I am an Early Bird]

Early Bird

Credit Score: Extremely high

This personality type identifies an individual as being highly proactive with their debt repayments. This person is usually well organized and prioritizes debt repayments before spending. For the Early Bird having credit is a convenience rather than a loan. They have the means to pay their bills upfront, and immediately (or in advance) pay their monthly debt in full as soon as they receive their bills. Early Birds usually close accounts as soon as they have been repaid although, unknowingly, this could result in a weakened credit score

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2011-05-05

Taste of Africa Creativity

 

Walkman

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Hot water system

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Transportation – 1 – Toyota Co(w)rolla

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Transportation – 2 –
pick-up truck !!! (Australian 'ute' !!!)
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I just love Africa , simple, not complicated.
We are just who we are. No stress.
 

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This vehicle was seen near Makerere , Zimbabwe 
 
 
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This was photographed in Buru Buru, Nairobi . Kenya . 
 
 
 

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These guys must have smoked weed!
Look at the goat.


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Human ingenuity?
Painting the swimming pool.


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Must be  Zimbabwe ???


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Again must be  Zimbabwe ???
 
 

 

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No Offence Intended


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