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Other People’s Money

Reading this article on “Other People’s Money” got me thinking on what it truly means to have an investor or be an investor. The post itself talk of a 2×2 graph from Milton Friedman.

What is education if not a way to keep hunger away?

Today I purchased alphabets from someone who doesn’t know what they are. She just knows that they will feed her poor family. I picked out V I R so she could make this beautiful wristband for my son … I… Continue Reading →

The threat of leaving negative reviews

One of the biggest consumer enabler in our lifetimes is the ability for customers to leave feedback about a shop/restaurant/service/business. This feedback or review can be positive or negative. But whatever form it takes, it is public and available to… Continue Reading →

The wild-west of India: Bangalore

So I’ve come to realize why we see so many hate/negative posts about Bangalore on various social media websites. Some thoughts: 1) We are more wired and net-savvy as a city. Lots of residents of Bangalore are online for longer… Continue Reading →

The Rupee is falling against global currencies – and why shouldn’t it?

If you are an Indian, or know an Indian or read newspapers from India, there is a good chance you have read about the great Indian rupee meltdown of 2013. I know I’ve personally (my gadgets cost more) and professionally… Continue Reading →

Going to the Mattresses – RFID Manufacturing

Recently, our customer got featured in ComputerWorld magazine for their excellent of RFID technology to prevent unauthorized dealers selling their Sleepwell brand mattresses. Check out the full article on our RFID blog

Mjunction is a terrible joke

So I’ve recently had to put in a bid for a Govt. tender for one of the projects we are bidding for and found out that the potential-customer company is using the bidding platform designed by mjunction (buyjunction.in) They expect… Continue Reading →

How to sell: FUD or the truth?

Recently, I came across a potential customer who was being sold RFID by a competitor. Usually, this is a good sign. This means that the customer is serious about RFID and is already in a “ready” state of mind. However,… Continue Reading →

Apple has users locked in with iOS apps? Yawn!

Every tech blog worth it’s digital bytes seems to talk ad nauseum about how the iTunes Store has locked in users with the app purchases and hence it will be difficult for people to move from iPhones/iPads to competing devices…. Continue Reading →

RFID Blog

We’ve started a new blog specifically discussing some popular and upcoming whitepapers and case studies of RFID solutions from around the world. Occasionally, we also write about specific hardware or other products. If you are interested in the RFID Active/Passive,… Continue Reading →

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