BOSE – The Master of Sound

Bose Corporation is an audio equipment company popularly known for their high-quality audio systems and speakers for home users, auditoriums and automobiles. BOSE was founded by Amar G. Bose in the year 1964. During Bose’s engineering days at MIT, he had purchased a stereo system and was disappointed with its performance. This gradually led him to research the importance of reverberant (indirect) sound on perceived … Continue reading BOSE – The Master of Sound

Business lessons from Albert Einstein

Albert Einstein was a theoretical physicist, philosopher, author, and is perhaps the most influential scientists to ever live. He published many scientific and non-scientific works and is popularly known for his explanations & research on the Quantum theory. He is considered the father of modern physics and has influenced many modern day entrepreneurs. Here are a few business lessons to learn from Einstein: Curiosity is … Continue reading Business lessons from Albert Einstein

Julian Assange’s theory of scientific journalism

With the coming of the digital age, journalism has taken a whole new dimension. Unlike traditional newspapers that limit the news due to the length of the page, digital technology provides no boundaries in length or size and so primary journalistic and factual documents can be freely hosted and shared. That is exactly the model that Julian Assange has tried to propagate. Inspired by the … Continue reading Julian Assange’s theory of scientific journalism

Get the intellectual stimulation at the Hacker Hostels

We have heard of dorm style accommodations and hostels in the traditional sense (off course unlike the setup you saw in the film – The Hostel), but have you ever heard of a hacker hostel? Well, as we all know that there are a lot of business incubators in San Francisco that offer entrepreneurs a place to code during the day. However, there aren’t many … Continue reading Get the intellectual stimulation at the Hacker Hostels

Dabbawala – The Box person

A Dabbawala is a term used for a person in India, commonly found in the city of Mumbai, who is employed in a unique service industry whose principal business is collecting freshly cooked food in lunch boxes from the residences of the office workers, delivering it to their respective workplaces and returning the empty boxes back to the customer’s residence by using various modes of … Continue reading Dabbawala – The Box person