UnPluggd is only 2 weeks away and there is quite an excitement in the air! Last week, we conducted a twitter contest and the response was super overwhelming! (will announce the Day 3 winner today). If you haven’t booked your seat, do it asap.
For the articles, here are the top 5 articles published week ending October 17th.
What Really is Happening to Twitter Growth in India? [On a Decline]
The traffic is on a decline. Maybe Facebook is eating Twitter’s mindshare?
Insights from Don Valentine, Sequoia Founder [Candid Advice to Entrepreneurs]
A must-watch video.
10 Things Nokia Should Do in India (and Emerging Markets)
Great article and equally great response/brickbats.
Indian Rupee Symbol Added to Unicode!
In a record time, the symbol has been added to Unicode.
Mobile App Monetization Model–Virtual Goods Scores better than Advertising
While this is not really true for India, globally virtual goods sales are much more attractive (for app developers) than advertising.
- The Entrepreneurship Ride – Which Train are you Riding?
- Jasper (Snapdeal) Launches $2mn Marketing Innovation Fund
- JantaKhoj – Publicly Available Data is Public Again
- Empowering the Impoverished – The Joy of Giving! [Social Entrepreneurship]
- Indian Government to develop its own Operating System [Updated]
- Blackberry Brings Torch 9800 to India (Priced at Rs. 35K)
- Nokia N8 Unboxing Pics [First Impressions]
- Review: Lemon Mobile iT 717
- Mobile App Monetization Model–Virtual Goods Scores better than Advertising
- Apple Brings New iPod Touch, Nano & Shuffle to India, Gives iPhone4 a miss
- Smartphone OS Wars- Who will win?
- Apple in talks with Reliance and Tata Tele for iPhone Launch [CDMA]
- Hello Windows Phone 7 in India!
Business Model 101: Understanding Churn… and why Freemium is not a very intuitive marketing model
Business model 101: How bad does your funnel leak?
- News Roundup: BharatMatrimony Launches Voice Messages, Snaptu Partners with Mid-Day
- Indians on an average have 72 Friends [Digital Life Report]
- Ratan Tata Donates $50 Million to Harvard Business School [Corporate Philanthropy]