Weekend Reading

This week’s links:

  • Evolution of MVAS in India: A presentation by Analysis Mason.
  • Africa’s mobile economic revolution: from The Guardian. “The power of telephony is forging a new enterprise culture, from banking to agriculture to healthcare.”
  • India’s half-finished revolution: from The Economist. “India’s liberalisation began with a bang in 1991, but two decades on the unreformed parts of the economy are becoming a drag on growth. Time for another bang.”
  • India learns to innovate: by Rajeev Mantri. “India has always failed to achieve its potential when it comes to commercializing technology, but with the return of talent from abroad and the emergence of a large domestic market, it now has momentum.”
  • News Redux: by Andy Rutledge. “Almost all news organizations have abandoned reporting in favor of editorial; have cultivated reader opinion in place of responsibility; and have traded ethical standards for misdirection and whatever consensus defines as forgivable.”

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