Democracy, Babies, Big Tech, Germany and UK: The Reluctance that Defines Us

Reluctance is one of the most complex equations of the human mind. Reluctance that comes from conscience, the reluctance that comes from inertia and the reluctance that comes from being hesitant to burden new responsibilities all bring new complexities into decision making. There is some science behind it. The brain has D1R neurons which simply tell youContinue reading “Democracy, Babies, Big Tech, Germany and UK: The Reluctance that Defines Us”

Robinhood, 3M, Remaking Banks and Original Big Tech: The Week’s Most Interesting

In his book “21 lessons for the 21st Century”, Harari writes that the debate is no longer about Capitalism or Socialism. Both were made for the industrial era. Capitalism solved a bunch of problems. But models need to evolve. And we don’t have a model for the age of Info Tech and Bio Tech. We don’tContinue reading “Robinhood, 3M, Remaking Banks and Original Big Tech: The Week’s Most Interesting”

Medicines, Hertz,Silicon Valley, Rippling and Jio: The Week’s Most Interesting

It was simply a week of supreme positivity from my end. One man raising $10 Billion at the time of corona, New Zealand reporting zero cases for 5 straight days and going back to work and Musk taking some time off twitter to send a couple of astronauts to space. Not a big deal !Continue reading “Medicines, Hertz,Silicon Valley, Rippling and Jio: The Week’s Most Interesting”