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All the World’s a Stage – even if our (social media) Audiences are often Invisible

May 2, 2012

Tweet Came across this blog post – Klout, Big Data and Opting Out  by Fred McClimans via @gautamghosh and liked this quote, among other things: “There’s nothing in the dark that isn’t there when the lights are on.” Rod Serling.  I tweeted it, and @rajeshlalwani responds: Rajesh’s quote immediately made me think of Shakespeare and [...]

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Me? Free. You? Not!!

August 14, 2010

Tweet And still, it’s Independence Day in India tomorrow. (Today is Pakistan’s Independence Day – reaching out to all those devastated by the Pakistan floods.). Our media is full of the obligatory ‘cliched’ thoughts on freedom – corruption, poor governance, terrorism, naxalism, separatism, communalism, overpopulation, poverty etc et etc – ably supported by commercialization of the weekend, with [...]

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Reading Bytes for Aug 12

August 12, 2010

Tweet Daily updates on what I’m reading. Links with my notes. I also just tweet links and things that interest me @dina Jugaad: mobile phone innovation from Santosh Ostwal | @TheEconomist – Interesting case of grassroots innovation CLIPS: "SANTOSH OSTWAL, husband and father of two, lost his apartment in 2001 after quitting his job in [...]

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