Weekend Reading

This week’s links:

  • The SuperPhone era: by Rob Glaser. “The emergence of the SuperPhone has created one of the most exciting new business opportunities I’ve seen in more than 25 years in the industry.”
  • How to Lose Time and Money: by Paul Graham. “The way most fortunes are lost is not through excessive expenditure, but through bad investments.”
  • Solitude and Leadership: Will Price points to an essay by William Deresiewicz. “The essay argues that elite educations today produce people who are expert at excelling in systems and bureaucracies and not people who will excel as leaders.”
  • India’s Growth Fantasy: by Swaminathan S. Anklesaria Aiyar. “The government is focused on welfare spending, such as subsidized food and rural employment schemes, rather than economic or administrative reforms.”
  • Indian History Fails: by Anuraag Sanghi (via Shiv). “Indian history’s biggest failing is in understanding and explaining the rise of English imperial power in the Indian subcontinent.”

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Rajesh Jain

An Entrepreneur based in Mumbai, India.