Tuesday, March 31, 2009

Nassim Taleb and Arianna Huffington on Economic Rescue Plan at CNBC

Nassim Taleb and Arianna Huffington on CNBC talk about the Economic Rescue plan. Especially about the players who got us into this mess and now are the main player in the rescue plan.










Myth of Third World

Dr. Hans Rosling is a Professor of International Health, Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm, Sweden.
He discoverd konzo, a new epidemic paralytic disease, when serving as doctor in Mocambique 1979-81. Two decades of research in rural Africa traced the cause to toxic ill-processed cassava roots, hunger and poverty. Co-founded Médecines sans Frontier Sweden. Started courses and wrote textbook on Global Health. Initiated university collaborations with Asia and Africa. Co-founded Gapminder that unveils the beuty of statistics by turning boring numbers into enjoyable animations that make sense of the world.
He writes a blog here

He gave a talk at TED about the changing conditions in the part of the world also known as third world. He showed marked changes in different countries that have occurred in the recent years in family size,infant mortality rates, and overall health. He used very innovative techniques from data visualization including animation to present vast amount of statistical data about these human conditions.

The video of his talk at TED



Also his website Gapminder where one can interactively explore the world data as shown in the video above.

Monday, March 30, 2009

PaperCube a Science Citation Visualization Tool

PaperCube is a javascript based science citation data visualization tool. The tool is developed using all the open technologies of web such as javascript libraries and SVG graphics using Canavas element.

A brief description of the tool is given the video below


Introduction to PaperCube from Peter Bergström on Vimeo

PaperCube can be accessed at the web page
Tools like this become the staple of Cloud Computing.

Seth Godin on Tribes

Loic Lemeur founder of SEESMIC interviews Seth Godin at TED.

Friday, March 27, 2009

We are the Long Tail

Chris Anderson Editor of Wired magazine on long tail

Thursday, March 26, 2009

Celebrating work -- all kinds of work

“Loving You's A Dirty Job But Somebody's Gotta...Image via Wikipedia

Mike Row is a show host at Discovery Channel

It's quite likely that Mike Rowe has held more jobs than any living person. Rowe is a co-creator and the host of the series Dirty Jobs, now in its fifth year on the Discovery Channel. On the show, he learns and performs hundreds of jobs that require, it's fair to say, a little bit of getting dirty -- from chick sexer to mushroom farmer, beekeeper to boiler repairman. He and his show celebrate the sweaty and vital labor that's often hidden behind gleaming office towers.


Mike Rowe talks about jobs more specifically dirty jobs that are not liked by us or are the basis of the jokes. He talks about their importance and how they can actually make people wealthy. He dispels the common misconception that people who perform dirty jobs are unhappy.



The talk shows how media can alter our perception so that fairly common and necessary form of work can be perceived as dirty and below dignity for a person to perform.
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Tuesday, March 24, 2009

Joseph Stiglitz on Economic Meltdown

Nobel Prize winner economist Joseph Stiglitz explains the causes of current economic melt down.

Geithner On Backup Plan

Treasury Secretary Geithner defending the financial plan to rescue the country's financial institutions



His is supremely confident that his plan will work while republican congressman seems to be highly skeptical.

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Monday, March 23, 2009

World's Cheapest Car Unveiled

"It costs 100,000 Indian rupees ($1,979; £1,366) - about half of its nearest current rival" BBC

The car is designed by the Engineers at Tata, a big Indian Corporation.




















A video showing unveiling of the Nano's is at BBC website

In the video below an engineer explains different design choices to keep the cost of the car low.

There is another Indian Car maker Bajaj motors who is also in the process of designing an ultra cheap car to compete with Tata Nano. This competition will eventually create large supply of low cost cars.

Also you can book your car online here.

More problems for the high cost car producers who are already having problems due to a sharp drop in cars sales.



Business School and Financial Crisis

A look at the role of business schools in the financial crsis


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Cargo Plane Crashes in Japan

A Finnish cargo plane crashed at Narita Airport in Japan.


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Congressman Tim Ryan on AIG bonuses

Congressman Tim Ryan defends the legislation to rectify the excesses on the Wall Street.

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Thursday, March 19, 2009

e-Book Reader

e-Book reader with free hand annotation capabilities more like a tablet PC.

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Wednesday, March 18, 2009

Faster Web Sites

A presentation about improving the speed of web page loading in the web browsers from Steve Souder of Google


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Monday, March 16, 2009

Monday, March 9, 2009

Ant and Corporate Management: A Fable

A fable about worker ant and the introduction of management layer to improve ants work productivity.


Please click on full screen icon at bottom right for a full screen view.

Friday, March 6, 2009

Sponsor an Executive

A Hilarious look at an unemployed Executive

Stephen Colbert Creates the Doom Bunker

Stephen Colbert on the recent economic gloom and doom and on the end of the economic world.

He plays out several scenarios.



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Thursday, March 5, 2009

CNBC Makes Daily Show's Shit List

It is high time when we have to get the fact from a comedy show. We are in the midst of economic melt down of the extra ordinary proportion.

TV news sources are our primary source of news. Most of them have shown very poor judgment in reporting. They failed to report the current problems of financial system. Even at this point they are at total loss to accurately report the gravity of the situation.

Jon Stewart a comedy show host has to set the record straight. Here in this video he takes on CNBC and how they failed in reporting financial news.



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Sunday, March 1, 2009

Some No Name University

A College Humor video

Hal Varian on managing Knowledge workers

Google Chief Economist and professor of Information,management and Economics Dr. Hal Varian on managing Knowledege workers at Google

Best Practices Javascript

Javascript programming and best practices

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