Everything about Self Driving Cars Explained for Non-Engineers – Link here
Unlike Hyperloop, Elon Musk’s Electric Big-Rig Actually Makes Sense – Link Here
Honey, I know what you did last night – Link here
Bravado and Investing – The line between irrational optimism and self-confidence is mighty thin – Link here
The Most Important Lessons – Lesson 2: Building and widening your moat – Link here
Idiots Scaring Themselves in the Dark – Link here
Which Graduate Degree Gets You Out of Debt the Fastest? – Link here
This Is How Climate Change Might Kill Us – Link here
Welcome to Tencent’s Flipkart, Amazon’s new adversary – Link here
The math is staggering. The players have pumped in over $15 billion so far to woo a customer base of 10 million regular monthly transacting users.
Flipkart may be fighting Amazon. But Amazon is not fighting Flipkart. Amazon is fighting to create habit.
Flipkart’s funding is an indication of how everyone is betting, quite sensibly, that Amazon can’t own a 100% of the e-commerce market—that’s it.
Walmart’s e-commerce binge is one big Silicon Valley bailout – Link here
Old economics is based on false ‘laws of physics’ – new economics can save us – Link here
Why Tesla’s Stock Is in Ludicrous Mode – Link here
A history of global living conditions in 5 charts – Link here
News is bad for you – and giving up reading it will make you happier – Link here
This one’s for the energy nerds out there. The University of Texas Austin’s Energy Institute has put out an incredibly useful interactive map (Link here) showing what types of power plants are cheapest to build in every county in the continental United States. This interactive map shows why renewables and natural gas are taking over the US – Link here. How I wish Govt Of India makes one such for India, wishful thinking I guess.
3 lakh shell companies may soon vanish from Companies’ Register – Link here
What Dolly Kumari Learned–And How It Could Change India’s Textiles Industry – Link here
Batteries could be Tesla’s secret weapon – Link here
How Uganda fixed leakages with transparency, and why it matters to India – Link here
This sound likes death of back office – The Blockchain Could Change the Backbone of the Stock Market (Infographic) – Link here
34 Startup Metrics for Tech Entrepreneurs (Infographic) – Link here
There is general belief that people working in – Hedge fund, Venture Capital or Google or any of those fancy industry or company – are smart. They can never be wrong, however time & again it has been proved how much stupid we all can be. Here is one live example of the same – Silicon Valley’s $400 Juicer May Be Feeling the Squeeze – Link here
Babri Masjid case: LK Advani has paid political price, but SC order could be blessing in disguise for BJP – Link here