Weekly Reading

This week’s links:

  • What’s next for Apple? by Matt Mullenweg. “Here are six things I think are inevitable for Apple to do over the next decade, from most to least obvious: maps, iCloud, payments, TVs, search, and cars.”
  • A Google Engineer on Google+: from SiliconFilter. “Google+ is a knee-jerk reaction, a study in short-term thinking, predicated on the incorrect notion that Facebook is successful because they built a great product. But that’s not why they are successful. Facebook is successful because they built an entire constellation of products by allowing other people to do the work.
  • Smartphones: Technology replacing Contact? by James Steddum. “how do you keep those devices from becoming a dependency? How do you keep yourself from letting them take the place of direct human contact rather? It’s something to think about as technology continues to evolve and permeate our lives.”
  • US VC Scene: by Fred Wilson. “The internet investing market is transitioning….Investors are moving into new areas like cloud, peer to peer marketplaces, and trying to take what worked in consumer into the enterprise.”
  • The Decision-Making Flaw in Powerful People: from strategy+business. “Overflowing with confidence, many leaders turn away from good advice.”

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Rajesh Jain

An Entrepreneur based in Mumbai, India.