Weekend Reading

This week’s links:

  • Twitter and Facebook: Naval Ravikant and Adam Rifkin argue why Twitter is undervalued. “Twitter is in theory even better positioned than Facebook to capitalize on the social interest graph.”
  • Gartner 2010 Hype Cycle: “Media tablets, private cloud computing, and 3D flat-panel TVs and displays are some of the technologies that have moved into the Peak of Inflated Expectations.”
  • On Employee Stock Options: A primer by Fred Wilson.
  • Improving Governance in India: by Sanjeev Sanyal. “We need a fundamental change in the way common citizens are informed about the laws, rules and regulations that they are expected to follow.”
  • Debating Poverty: by Atanu Dey. “The government is the last agency to figure out what went wrong and why. And in the end, when they try to fix the problem, even if well-intentioned, they just make it a great deal worse.”

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Rajesh Jain

An Entrepreneur based in Mumbai, India.