From the monthly archives:

May 2008

Jaipur Blasts

May 14, 2008

Tweet Rohit Gupta is updating us on the real situation from Jaipur on Twitter.

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Mobile Phones, Emerging Markets and Stuart Henshall

May 13, 2008

Tweet Stuart’s becoming quite the expert on mobility in urban India!! He was here end-April for a little over a week and we did a lot of learning around the mobile phone space in Mumbai. Next time, small towns too!! Its really cool to see how he can really get to some deep immersions despite […]

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Blogs for Market Research

May 13, 2008

Tweet We’re now working with another tech company on a research project which will include blogging and the use of twitter for both participants and researchers who are located all over the world.  Some issues we’re grappling with: how much coaching and of what kind is required for those participants who are not actively using […]

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What have I been doing … catch up time

May 13, 2008

Tweet Ok … the blog gates have opened for me ( I hope) and I am yet to open Google Reader after almost two months (scary proposition!).  Have to send out three proposals this week (putting them off until I can’t anymore) and am flying out to Sukabumi, Indonesia on Sunday to attend a few […]

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Virtual Ethnography Thoughts

May 13, 2008

Tweet Thought I’d share something we worked on last year – almost at the same time Twitter came into its own. and before we thought up Twitter for Ethnography. We spent some time developing an SMS-Blog research prototype with Srinivas Mogalapalli at Netcore (Rajesh Jain’s company), built upon the MyToday SMS platform. This was a […]

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It takes disasters …

May 13, 2008

Tweet …. to break my blogging hiatus. How helpless we are under the force of nature’s fury. Myanmar Cyclone 28,458 deaths & 33,416 missing. China Earthquake almost 10000 dead & mounting. All of this in less than 10 days. There’s been a huge load of blogging and tweeting live as the earthquake and its aftermath […]

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