Category Archives: Overheard

Raj on Leveraging Technology

Back in September 2010, our founder Raj Prasad participated in the Small Business Technology Tour in Mountain View, CA. Below is a video of his conversation with Rachel King (Bloomberg Business Week) and moderator Ramon Ray on how companies are leveraging technology. Click here to watch the video.        

Words from Tom McElligott – Fallon McElligott Rice 1981

“Don’t be distracted by anything. The work is what counts. There are a lot of things that can get in your way, that take up your time and your emotional and intellectual energy; none of them account for anything. They mean nothing. The only thing, in the final analysis, at this stage of the game, […]

40 going on 20

What’s a 40-year-old doing in a company whose average age is 28?  How did I spend 20 years in the working world to only end up along side of coworkers who could be my children.  The strange thing is that I don’t feel much different then they do, or at least I think I do […]

Facebook to scrap ‘become a fan of’ for ‘like’

By Barbara Ortutay NEW YORK — Facebook is about to change the way it asks its users to connect to brands and celebrities on the site. Rather than ask people to “become a fan” of say, Starbucks or Lady Gaga, Facebook will instead let users click that they “like” the subject. Facebook already lets people […]

Rules and Order

Man is successful not because he knows why he ought to observe the rules which he does observe, or is even capable of stating all these rules in words, but because his thinking and acting are governed by rules which have by a process of selection been evolved in the society in which he lives, […]