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The Ten Types of Innovation™
This site is more about what I read and a place for my friends to get a gist of what I read. I am interested in Technology, Venture capital, Finance, and real estate and emerging markets.
Posted by Vijaychandran Veerachandran at 12:51 PM
How to Write a Business Plan: Ten Questions with Tim Berry
Posted by Vijaychandran Veerachandran at 12:38 PM
An investor wants to give you money for a certain percentage of
your startup. Should you take it? You're about to hire your first
employee. How much stock should you give him?
These are some of the hardest questions founders face. And yet
both have the same answer:
1/(1 - n)
Posted by Vijaychandran Veerachandran at 9:57 AM
July 20, 2007
The Strangest Market Stat You’ll Read All Day
Since the beginning of the 2006, here are the cumulative S&P 500 returns by days of the week:
So what’s the deal with Hump Day? It’s responsible for over
three-quarters of the S&P 500’s return. And today’s data point will
make it even more.
Told ya it was a strange stat.
Posted by Vijaychandran Veerachandran at 9:04 AM
According to the latest Forbes ranking, the global center of desi wealth is Bombay, not Silicon Valley (thanks, WGIIA).
India is the only South Asian country with billionaire private citizens
(though a Sri Lankan Tamil émigré to Malaysia made the list), and
Bombay has the most.
Vinod Khosla fell below the cutoff, as did most desi American techies except Ram Shriram,
an angel investor in Google who is now apparently the wealthiest desi
in the U.S. So with India’s recent economic growth, Indians are making
more money by staying home than emigrating, quite a reversal, even
though most who emigrated were not born into ultra-wealthy families.
And these figures are in dollars, not even adjusted for purchasing
power in the desh.
Posted by Vijaychandran Veerachandran at 1:20 PM
In my view, headlines are the most important aspect of blogging both
from a reader standpoint and an SEO standpoint. Brian Clark has written
the authoritative guide to Headline writing, and if you haven't read it
yet, let me just suggest that you should easily be able to double your
readership and search traffic just by following his suggestions.
read more from the headline
Posted by Vijaychandran Veerachandran at 7:07 AM
Why VCs are lying buffoons, Part XXXIV in a series. Collect 'em all:
But a lot of times VCs ... say they have all of these strategic relationships and will make all of these introductions and then it doesn't happen.
What?! You're kidding!
Posted by Vijaychandran Veerachandran at 8:28 AM