March 22, 2011
SLP has one of the many things that has been keeping me busy over the past year. The Startup Leadership Program (SLP) is an initiative to groom the next-generation of startup CEOs. SLP fellows are in their mid-20s to 30s and have demonstrated outstanding potential and achievement in the life sciences, tech, cleantech, and social sectors. Graduates form an international alumni network to support each other’s entrepreneurial endeavors.
SLP initially started out in Boston under TiE Boston and has now grown to six cities including Silicon Valley, New York, Beijing, New Delhi, San Diego.
Me along with a BITS Alumni, Sudip Dutta, CEO of Aporv.in help run the Bangalore chapter of SLP. We are looking for leaders who can lead new chapters as well as take up existing ones. More details follow
March 27, 2007
Came across this really interesting site which is a search engine that grabs results from Google, Yahoo, and MSN. It also allows you to develop your own widgets and algorithms based on your searches. You can put weight into domain age, Alexa rank, del.icio.us links, and even determine whether or not it will hit the Digg front page.
Check out http://www.younanimous.com/?a
So is just another Web 2.0 site? Underrated?
March 26, 2007
Well, had to fight over a lot of inertia to kick start this blog. It’s been ages since I have blogged, was on the blogshpere when it just started out and when people were using it as a “My Diary” tool. I have also wanted to start a blog to share my interests in the technology world and I guess it’s better late than never. I promise to keep posting frequently, but one thing is not do not expect a lot of hard core code here. I am looking at making this blog as a forum for discussing things around
- Discussing new technologies
- Share some interesting sites which I come across
- Creating better user experiences/interfaces
- Program Management – Requirements analysis, user scenarios, personnae etc.